1. NBA Playoffs 2011: Zach Randolph Proves He's a Star in Losing Effort

    The Memphis Grizzlies’ magical run in the playoffs finally came to an end Sunday afternoon as they fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the first Game 7 of the 2011 playoffs, 105-90...

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  2. Phife Dawg Talks New York Knicks and A Tribe Called Quest Documentary

    A Tribe Called Quest is one of the most influential groups in all of hip hop. Their beats, lyrics and style all framed what hip hop has become today. After pumping out five albums in the 1990s, the group went on a hiatus...

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  3. Michael Rapaport Talks NY Knicks and Directing a Tribe Called Quest Documentary

    Actor Michael Rapaport is a true New Yorker. Growing up in Manhattan, he embraced everything the city was about—the lifestyle, the music, the sports teams (he's a New York Knicks and Yankees fan)...

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  4. New York Knicks Fans Michael Rapaport and Phife Dawg Promote Rap Documentary

    This past NBA season saw an absolute renaissance from the New York Knicks , as Amar'e Stoudemire took control and led the team to its first playoff appearance in seven years...

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  5. New York Knicks: Why Donnie Walsh Has Done Enough and Deserves to Return

    Following an early playoff exit and a midseason trade that nearly decimated the Knicks ' depth, the team will need to ponder what kind of additions (and/or subtractions) need to be made to ultimately elevate the squad into a legitimate contender...

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  6. New York Knicks: Will Mike D'Antoni Return To Coach the Team Next Season?

    The Celtics quietly put an end to the Knicks’ season on Easter Sunday, delivering a 101-89 loss in Game 4 to seal a 4-0 first-round playoff series sweep...

    Keith Schlosser Written by Keith Schlosser about over 3 years ago 1,170 reads 4 comments

  7. 2011 NBA Playoffs: Sopranos Tough Guy Reflects on Knicks Tough Matchup

    After a long journey back to contention, the New York Knicks are finally back in the NBA Playoffs, and all their fans are rejoicing...

    Keith Schlosser Written by Keith Schlosser about over 3 years ago 526 reads 1 comments

  8. NBA Playoffs 2011: Shelden Williams Thinks New York Knicks Are Ready for Boston Celtics

    It’s been seven long years since the New York Knicks made it to the NBA Playoffs. At the time, the team was led by New York’s own, Stephon Marbury. Unfortunately, the Knicks failed to make any noise, and have failed to make it back ever since...

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  9. NBA: Has the New York Knicks' Landry Fields Officially Hit the Rookie Wall?

    At the beginning of the season, Landry Fields , the Knicks ’ second round surprise, began to take the league by storm as he transformed from a prospect no one had heard of into a sensation everybody needed to know about...

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  10. NBA: Why Carmelo Anthony Must Play the Fourth Quarter for the New York Knicks

    The New York Knicks ' desire to acquire Carmelo Anthony (or any other second major marquee star behind Amar'e Stoudemire, for that matter) stemmed from the team's need for another serious option on offense...

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  11. New York Knicks: Anthony Carter Making Most of Opportunity

    When the Knicks acquired Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups from the Nuggets , it was because the team needed more star power and more potent options on offense...

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  12. New York Knicks: Is Amar'e Stoudemire Becoming Exhausted Down the Stretch?

    Amar'e Stoudemire has seemingly been the heart and soul of the New York Knicks organization from the moment he proclaimed, "The Knicks are back...

    Keith Schlosser Written by Keith Schlosser about over 3 years ago 1,421 reads 2 comments

  13. Duke Legend Bobby Hurley and His Favorite Point Guards in NCAA History

    There's no doubt that as the NCAA Tournament heads into its Final Four, this is the point in March Madness that boys become men, and miracles do happen...

    Keith Schlosser Written by Keith Schlosser about over 3 years ago 1,724 reads 0 comments

  14. Boston Celtics: Why Jeff Green Has Already Begun to Make an Immediate Impact

    Everyone knows that Paul Pierce is "The Truth," that Ray Allen is perhaps the purest shooter the game has ever seen and that Kevin Garnett is one of the NBA 's most intense players of all time...

    Keith Schlosser Written by Keith Schlosser about over 3 years ago 1,307 reads 3 comments

  15. Duke Legend Bobby Hurley Talks Blue Devils' Title Run, Carmelo Anthony, Family

    Bobby Hurley is a college basketball legend, having led Duke to back-to-back NCAA titles in 1991 and 1992. After becoming a two-time national champion, Hurley went on to play five NBA seasons, almost exclusively with the Sacramento Kings...

    Keith Schlosser Written by Keith Schlosser about over 3 years ago 1,319 reads 0 comments

  16. NCAA Bracket 2011: Duke Legend Bobby Hurley's Keys to Blue Devils Winning

    As though their quest for a title wasn’t already front and center, Duke recently secured a No. 1 seed in the 2011 NCAA Tournament bracket as they look to repeat as champions...

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  17. New York Knicks: Is Toney Douglas Ready To Be an Everyday Starter in the NBA?

    Toney Douglas ’ young NBA career has already taken some wild twists and turns. For starters, he was thrust into a starting role at the end of his rookie season after playing ...

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  18. New York Knicks: Recognizing the Importance of the Return of Jared Jeffries

    For much of his three and a half seasons (of his first stint) as a New York Knickerbocker, Jared Jeffries was only a reminder of the frustration and failure brought upon the Knicks by Isiah Thomas...

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  19. Denver Nuggets: Why Wilson Chandler's Stock Will Continue To Rise with New Team

    Just weeks ago, Knicks president Donnie Walsh made a bold statement , claiming he would re-sign (restricted free-agent-to-be) Wilson Chandler when it came time to do so this summer...

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  20. New York Knicks: How Does Carmelo Anthony Fit into His New Team's Offense?

    The New York Knicks were obviously craving star power and a more potent offensive player when they finally acquired Carmelo Anthony after much negotiation with the Denver Nuggets...

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  21. Carmelo Anthony Trade: Why Chauncey Billups May Be the Key to Success of Knicks

    Although Carmelo Anthony may be the centerpiece of a mega-deal that brings him (and hopes for an eventual championship) to the New York Knicks , he may not be the most crucial piece at this point...

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  22. Carmelo Anthony Trade: Just How Far Can 'Melo Carry the New York Knicks?

    By now, news has traveled fast enough for Knicks fans to realize Carmelo Anthony is finally a New York Knick after a seven-month span of speculation that he would ultimately don orange and blue...

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  23. NBA All-Star Weekend: New York Knicks' Landry Fields Set to Showcase Skills

    The New York Knicks head into the NBA All-Star break with a 28-26 record, good for the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference. Furthermore, the Knicks' 28 wins are just one shy of their 29 total victories from all of last season...

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  24. Chicago Bulls Scott Burrell Talks Michael Jordan, Carmelo Anthony, Derrick Rose

    Scott Burrell spent eight seasons in the NBA , and made a career out of playing the game of basketball the way it’s meant to be played...

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  25. New York Knicks Fan-Favorite John Starks Hosts Successful Annual Charity Bowl

    John Starks, one of the most well-known Knicks of all-time, hosted his second Annual Charity Bowl at Lucky Strike Lanes in New York City on Tuesday night...

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