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Marc Berman Weighs in on the Troubles of the Knicks

by Kelly Kultys

Flickr :: Keith Allison

Kelly and Matt kicked off One on One this week by chatting with Marc Berman, Knicks writer for the New York Post, about the recent Knicks struggles.

Marc talked about the Knicks’ latest home loss to the Warriors and broke down the seemingly disheartened approach New York has been playing with in their recent games.

Marc also gave his take on the struggles of Raymond Felton this season, including Felton’s recent legal troubles, and how that affects his own play and the play of the Knicks.

What Is Mike Woodson Doing, Folks?

by Kenny Ducey

Basketball Schedule/Flickr

JR Smith's gaffe at the end of Friday night's loss in Houston is hardly an isolated incident. There's been an unsightly pattern of mental errors committed by the Knicks, putting their chances of victory in jeopardy, and that must fall on the head coach.

Knicks Report 1/15: Off to England

by Bobby Gubin

Flickr | Scott Mecum

 

Let me start off by saying the Knicks did manage to end their 3-game skid by beating the Hornets 100-87 on Sunday. Yes, the defense came out flat in the first quarter. Yes, Amar’e Stoudemire is still not back to his old form. Yes, they are still having trouble at the point guard position with Raymond Felton out. And yes, Carmelo Anthony revealed he has been fasting. But with 3-days rest along the trip to London and another 3 on the way back, I believe this mini-vacation over the Atlantic is just what the doctor ordered.

Knicks Have Come a Long Way Since May

by Steve Simineri

Matthew Emmons- US Presswire

"I can't even remember last year to be honest," Carmelo Anthony said in front of his locker on Sunday when asked about what’s different this year. Well, let me remind everyone as I take you back to May.

The final horn sounded, and LeBron James wrapped his arms around Anthony in a warm embrace. Despite their head-to-head scoring matchup being even at 139 points apiece, the Knicks season ended and Miami moved on to eventually win the Championship.

New York City Back in a Basketball State of Mind

by Steve Simineri

Bruce Damonte

For what seems like forever now, New York City has been called a basketball town. But, that really hasn’t been the feeling around these parts for quite some time now. The Yankees own the hearts of most of the city, with seventeen postseason appearances during the last 18 seasons and 5 Championships.

The Nets Draw First Blood

by Kenny Ducey

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The atmosphere at 620 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn was nothing like anyone had seen before. The Nets were cheered in their home arena, Knicks fans were drowned out, and Carmelo Anthony was showered in boos just 3 miles from where he was born. It wasn’t something unique and isolated in history; rather, something new.

A rivalry? Deron Williams tried to downplay the hype. “It’s one game, it was a good win for us…we can’t just be excited like we just won a championship. We didn’t win the championship of New York.”