That old team without a point guard that hung around for just long enough to make us think they could beat the Knicks is gone. That team was the Boston Celtics. On to Round 2. On to a different world for the New York Knicks.
Carmelo Anthony scored 21 points, and the New York Knicks beat the Boston Celtics, 88-80, in Boston on Friday night to win Game 6 and take the first-round, best-of-seven NBA playoff series, four games to two
Oh I sensed it going into yesterdays show ( Game On with Bruce Jacobs- 4-7 P.M. 1045 ESPN Radio) that the Knicks, many fans, and even much of the media had the Celtics buried and the Knicks moving onto round 2 of the eastern conference playoffs
The Knicks and Celtics clash in game three tonight in what will be an emotional city of Boston (the Celtics return home to play a game for the first time since the Boston Marathon explosions). New York has the 2-0 lead
Let's start right where the playoffs started, at a sold out, noisy, and ready Madison Square Garden where the New York Knicks look to take out 13 years of playoff failure against 1 of their arch rivals, the Boston Celtics
The Knicks took game one 85-78. But what did we already learn about this series? That every player, not just Carmelo Anthony, is going to have to earn their points at both ends of the floor. The playoffs are different. Good defenses are aplenty. It is like facing big time starting pitching in baseball's October.
At this pace the sports fan will be worn out by Sunday night's Orioles-Yankees or Lakers- Rockets game. A 24 hours of HUGE events, and some not so huge but worth the mention, have this sports weekend off to a crazy start
Things are very good in Knick-ville these days. Even without Kenyon Martin and others the Knicks won in Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon 125-120 and have now won 12 straight, 6 sht of the franchise record
The easy answer, and frankly logical answer is no. The Miami Heat are the proverbial favorites and have earned that lofty status and belief based not only on being the defending champs, but having the best player on the planet in Lebron James
He was nearly a 1 man wrecking crew, almost single handily bringing down the NY Knicks in a huge game Wednesday night at the Garden. Stephen Curry knocked down eleven 3 point shots, a record for the opponent at MSG
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