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New York Knicks

Knicks Finish Home Portion of Preseason Strong

by Sean Hahner

Sean Hahner: WFUV Sports

The Knicks ended their last preseason home game in dramatic fashion as they knocked off the Washington Wizards 103-100. Wednesday’s win moves the Knicks up to 3-3 in the preseason, a plausible campaign given their new triangle offense that they plan to utilize this season.

The Knicks' Triangle Offense Struggles In Loss

by Sam Torres Jr

Sam Torres Jr : WFUV Sports 

While preseason basketball can only be so interesting, most of the basketball world is curious to see what the New York Knicks new offense will look like under Phil Jackson and head coach Derek Fisher’s triangle system. What was the answer we got on Monday? Not very good so far.

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.

Dan Lauria: From Lombardi to Red Ryder

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Joan Marcus/ Carol Rosegg

Most people know Dan Lauria as the father in the iconic family drama “The Wonder Years,” the Fred Savage star vehicle. More recently, though, especially for New Yorkers as Dan mentions in our interview, he is now recognized quite handily as Vince Lombardi, for his portrayal in the Broadway hit two years ago.

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.