1. NBA Draft 2011: Darko Milicic and Every Team's Biggest Draft Bust

    It's unfortunate that Bleacher Report's slideshow-writing mechanism forces scribes to write at least 300 characters in the opening slide...

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  2. 2011 NBA Mock Draft: Will Jimmer Fredette and Kemba Walker Land in the Lottery?

    Perry Jones is coming back to school. Jared Sullinger is too. John Henson and Tyler Zeller want to make a Final Four run, and Harrison Barnes is reportedly leaning toward that ...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 5,624 reads 17 comments

  3. NBA Draft 2011: Jimmer Fredette vs. Kemba Walker, How Do They Compare?

    Over 4,000 players and 345 teams were pared down to Kemba Walker and the kids on an early spring night in Houston...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 4,947 reads 20 comments

  4. New York Knicks: Do They Want To Face Boston Celtics or Miami Heat in Playoffs?

    The New York Knicks will engage in a fierce first-round fight against either the Boston Celtics or Miami Heat in two weeks...

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  5. NBA Draft 2011: Terrence Jones and 10 Players Who Shouldn't Enter Draft Early

    It's said that there are two certainties in life: death and taxes. For basketball fans, we can add another certainty: college basketball players wrongfully leaving school early for the NBA ...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 12,440 reads 26 comments

  6. NBA Draft 2011: Marcus Morris and 10 Prospects the New York Knicks Need To Scout

    A cavalcade of Knicks have tried to partner with Amar'e Stoudemire in the frontcourt down low this season. Only one has succeeded to some extent (Wilson Chandler), and he plays for Denver now...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 4,048 reads 18 comments

  7. NBA Draft 2011: Kyrie Irving and 10 Prospects Who May Start Their Rookie Year

    New York Knicks rookie shooting guard Landry Fields, who has started nearly every game this season, was selected 39th in last year's NBA draft. He was considered the league's second-best rookie in the first half of the regular season...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 4,426 reads 6 comments

  8. 2011 NBA Draft: Kyrie Irving, Jimmer Fredette and the 50 Best Prospects

    The age-old question of whether a professional sports team should grab a player who fills a need or another who is the best available will stand the test of time. Both sides have their pitfalls...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 13,161 reads 33 comments

  9. NBA Power Rankings: Vince Carter and the NBA's 10 Biggest Anti-Superstars

    The biggest group of anti-superstars ever assembled were haphazardly thrown together one fateful season five years ago...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 3,944 reads 13 comments

  10. New York Knicks: The Road Map to Their First NBA Playoff Appearance in 7 Years

    The New York Knicks are trying to avoid the ignominy of becoming the sixth team in NBA history to have 10 consecutive losing seasons (research done via Basketball-Reference)...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 1,234 reads 11 comments

  11. 2011 NBA Mock Draft: Will UK's Terrence Jones or Brandon Knight Be Picked First?

    Before we delve into the latest B/R NBA mock draft, ask yourself two questions. 1. How many potential 2011 draft picks have to fight the following red flags: Inconsistency, lack of ...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 10,289 reads 28 comments

  12. New York Knicks: What's Plaguing Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and Co.?

    In the iconic 1993 movie Philadelphia , Denzel Washington's character, a lawyer named Joe Miller, frequently asks a question in order to break down a situation into its simplest terms: ...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 2,062 reads 19 comments

  13. New York Knicks: Post-Carmelo Anthony Trade, How Are New and Old Knicks Doing?

    The New York Knicks sit exactly where they were—two games above .500 and sixth place in the Eastern Conference—before the blockbuster trade that sent Carmelo Anthony to Madison Square Garden on February 22...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 2,075 reads 5 comments

  14. March Madness: The 10 Worst NCAA Tournament Games of the Past 10 Years

    This article comes with a caveat. Technically, most of the 10 worst NCAA tournament games within the last decade have come in the play-in round...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 4,501 reads 17 comments

  15. New York Knicks: With Anthony, Stoudemire and Billups, Who Takes the Last Shot?

    Suspend reality, replace it with science fiction for a minute and switch places with Mike D'Antoni. You are the head coach of the New York Knicks. It's Game 7 of the first round against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 2,510 reads 19 comments

  16. Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and the New York Knicks' 10 Best Tandems

    Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire do not have the requisite swagger to make this list just yet, partially because they need to figure out why their team accounts for one-fourth ...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 137 reads 8 comments

  17. New York Knicks: Patrick Ewing and the 11 Toughest Players in Team History

    Tough was once an adjective that was synonymous with the New York Knicks' play, but those days left around the time the Clinton Administration departed the White House...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 494 reads 33 comments

  18. Carmelo Anthony Trade: Breaking Down the "New" New York Knicks by Position

    Initially reported by the rapper 50 Cent in the first-ever NBA trade broken by a musician via Twitter ("melo coming new york baby," February 20, 10:47 p.m...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 7,727 reads 36 comments

  19. Amar'e Stoudemire and the New York Knicks: 5 Defensive Issues and 5 Solutions

    Last night, New York's 116-108 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, who are now a sterling 4-18 on the road, served as a microcosm of the Knicks' season-long (or is decade-long more appropriate?) defensive struggles...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 1,714 reads 7 comments

  20. New York Knicks: The 10 Biggest Games Remaining in the Season

    The dog days of NBA basketball are upon us, occurring during a massive black hole in the sports calendar between the Super Bowl and the NCAA men's basketball conference tournaments...

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  21. Amar'e Stoudemire and the 10 Most Ferocious Dunkers in New York Knicks History

    I can't call an Elias Sports Bureau statistician to confirm this, but the New York Knicks have been on the wrong end of the most ferocious dunks in NBA history, both in quality and quantity...

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  22. New York Knicks: 10 Players They Should Target in the 2011 NBA Draft

    Hey, Knicks fans. I bet you're feeling good after New York dominated Detroit in the fourth quarter en route to an 18 point win last night, even though most of you are going to school or work on another brutally cold morning in the city...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 8,385 reads 21 comments

  23. Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin and Russell Westbrook: The OKC Big 3 That Never Was

    Kevin Durant , who is carving his face on basketball's Mount Rushmore every time he steps on a basketball court, scored 47 points and grabbed 18 rebounds (16 and 8 in the third ...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 3,205 reads 9 comments

  24. Michael Jordan, Master Thespian? The 20 Best 'Bad' Sports Movies of All Time

    Michael Jordan is in the discussion of the best athletes ever, but to a generation of kids, he is also known as the protagonist of the highly intellectual film Space Jam , in which ...

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  25. NBA Rumors: 10 Defensive Players Who Can Help the New York Knicks

    Is a picture really worth a 1,000 words? Not always. In the image associated with this article, a picture tells an entire story—that of the Knicks' ineptitude on defense, specifically down low...

    Paul Kasabian Written by Paul Kasabian about over 3 years ago 10,941 reads 28 comments