New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony will be taking his enthusiasm for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to Nickelodeon to head a Turtles by Melo merchandise line.
No matter what happens tonight, the New York Knicks are assured of finishing with no worse than the second-worst record in the NBA this season. A lot has to go wrong to be that bad.
#KNICKS WIN! Tune in to @MSGNetworks for complete postgame coverage from ATL! pic.twitter.com/y1IFXItOsS — NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) April 14, 2015 With Atlanta Hawks already focused on the playoffs, the New York Knicks bizarrely decided that NOW was the time to start a two-game winning streak. Yes, with nothing to play for but lottery position
The New York Knicks are having an interesting season.
New York Knicks big man Lou Amundson was on the receiving end of one of the worst foul calls of the season last night and the poor guy took a serious beating in the process.
Andrea Bargnani is notably terrible at defense – see here, here, and here for examples – but at least it looks like he’s attempting to get better these days. To his credit, look at how active he’s keeping those feet!
The New York Knicks are bad at basketball. Tom Hanks is good at acting. So, when the crowd at last night’s Knicks game had the choice to cheer for the team on the court or the actor seated courtside, they elected to support the latter.
The New York Knicks are enduring a tough season.
Justin Bartha, who you probably know best from his role as Doug in ‘The Hangover’ trilogy, was at Sunday’s Knicks game in New York, where he was asked to do an interview with MSG’s Jill Martin.
Reports surfaced earlier today that the New York Knicks and Amar’e Stoudemire have finally ended their wildly unsuccessful experiment together. Amar’e chose to confirm those reports on his Instagram in a rather creative way.
MSG Executive Chairman James Dolan continues to receive a lot of heat as a result of his team’s horrendous performance and it appears that he’s not taking it lightly.
For reasons which can only be known to him, New York Knicks fan Dennis Doyle is spending $25,000 of his savings so that he can attend every Knicks game this year.