1. NBA Fantasy: Your Week 18 Pickups

    Week 18 (Feb. 22-28) Teams playing five games: Milwaukee Teams playing four games: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Indiana, L.A. Clippers, L.A...

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  2. Building the World Champion 1970 Knicks

    This is the 40th anniversary of the 1970 World Champion New York Knicks, and the franchise will honor that outstanding team tomorrow night at the Garden...

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  3. Can the Knicks sign Bron and Melo?

      “While the 2011 market may not have as many stars, it isn’t lacking in big names, either. Carmelo Anthony, Pau Gasol , Caron Butler, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker , David West and Tayshaun Prince could all be changing zip codes two summers from now...

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  4. The New York Week That Was (Slam Dunks, Olympics, McGrady and Cousin Mose)

      The first-ever slam dunk competition was held this week during halftime of the ABA All-Star game at McNichols Arena in Denver. Julius Erving of the New York Nets wowed everybody with his running dunk from the foul line...

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  5. T-Mac and S-Rod to the Knicks

    “Tracy McGrady and Sergio Rodriguez to NYK; Kevin Martin /Jared Jeffries/swap of 2011 first with Knicks and 2012 first from Knicks to Houston and Kings get Carl Landry, Joey Dorsey, and Larry Hughes‘ expiring contract...

    Hot Stove New York Written by Hot Stove New York about over 4 years ago 291 reads 1 comments

  6. NBA Trade News: Tracy McGrady To the Sacramento Kings?

    “The Kings will acquire Tracy McGrady along with with Carl Landry and Joey Dorsey from Houston for Kevin Martin , Kenny Thomas , Hilton Armstrong, and Sergio Rodriguez .” “Multiple sources told ESPN...

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  7. The Not-Quite-Legendary in New York Sports History: Dick Barnett

    We all know about the great athletes in New York sports history—Babe Ruth, Tom Seaver, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Namath, Mark Messier, Walt Frazier—and even the busts—Ed Whitson, Mo Vaughn, Roberto Alomar, Stephon Marbury, Scott Gomez...

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  8. NBA Trade Rumors: New York Knicks Nate Robinson To the Boston Celtics?

    New York Knicks Nate Robinson has been linked to the Boston Celtics for a few weeks now. He signed a one-year contract this past summer with New York. Boston has has three players with expiring contracts: Eddie House ($2...

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  9. The Golden State Warriors' Anthony Morrow Returns and Other Week 17 Pickups

    Week 17 (Feb. 15-21) Teams playing four games: Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Golden State, Houston, Memphis, Miami, Minnesota, New Jersey, Phoenix, Sacramento, Utah Teams playing three games: Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Denver, Indiana, L...

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  10. NBA Trade Rumors: Tracy McGrady to New York Knicks

    “The Knicks and Rockets are getting closer to a deal that would send Tracy McGrady, Joey Dorsey , and Brian Cook to New York in exchange for Jared Jeffries, Jordan Hill , and either Al Harrington or Larry Hughes ...

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  11. Mets Rotation: Maybe Good, Maybe Not

    Pitchers and catchers are only days away, but, unfortunately, the Mets pitchers and catchers are mainly a bunch of back-end rotation guys slotted in behind Johan Santana and a group of backups to catch them...

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  12. First Half Fantasy Awards

    Fantasy MVP: LeBron James (Cavs) James is leading the league in points per game (29.9) and is sixth in assists (8.3). He also is averaging 1.9 three-pointers, 1.6 steals, and 1.0 blocks per game...

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  13. David Lee is an All-Star

    David Lee becomes the first Knick to make the All-Star team since 2001. Lee and Chris Bosh are the only two players in the East who are averaging 20 points and 11+ rebounds per game...

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  14. The Not-Quite-Legendary in New York Sports History: Brad Van Pelt

    We all know about the great athletes in New York sports history—Babe Ruth , Tom Seaver , Lawrence Taylor , Joe Namath , Mark Messier , Walt Frazier —and even the busts—Ed Whitson ...

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  15. Rangers Find Their “Dinky Do” Against the Devils

    “If you don’t play this game with a big heart and a big bag o’ knuckles in front of the net, you don’t got dinky do...

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  16. NBA Fantasy League: Week 16 Pickups

    Week 16 (Feb. 8-14) Teams Playing three games: Orlando Teams playing two games: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Golden State, L.A. Clippers, L.A...

    Hot Stove New York Written by Hot Stove New York about over 4 years ago 298 reads 0 comments

  17. The Not-Quite-Legendary in New York Sports History: Al Toon

    We all know about the great athletes in New York sports history—Babe Ruth, Tom Seaver, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Namath, Mark Messier, Walt Frazier—and even the busts—Ed Whitson, ...

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  18. Olli Jokinen Traded to New York Rangers

    Glen Sather did his Cal Naughton Jr./ Magic Man impression by making Scott Gomez disappear in the offseason, and now he’s taken part of that bounty (OK, bust/underachiever/good-for-nothing, ...

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  19. Week 15 Pickups

      Week 15 (Feb. 1-7) Teams playing four games: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, L.A. Lakers, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, New Jersey, New Orleans, Portland, Sacramento, Washington Teams playing ...

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  20. The New York Week That Was (Jets Lose, Nets Win, Mini-Camps and All-Star Snubs)

    The dream is over. This year’s version of the J-E-T-S Jets, Jets, Jets certainly doesn’t look like “the same old Jets,” though...

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  21. David Lee Got Snubbed

      The Eastern Conference reserves were named today: Rajon Rondo, Derrick Rose, Al Horford, Chris Bosh, Paul Pierce, Gerald Wallace, and Joe Johnson. What name does not belong? Al Horford...

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  22. The Not-Quite-Legendary in New York Sports History: John Olerud

    We all know about the great athletes in New York sports history: Babe Ruth, Tom Seaver, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Namath, Mark Messier, Walt Frazier. We even know the busts: Ed Whitson, Mo Vaughn, Roberto Alomar, Stephon Marbury, Scott Gomez...

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  23. David Lee Has Made His NBA All-Star Case

    The Knicks have not drafted a player who turned out to be in all-star since Mark Jackson in 1989. New York has not been represented at the All-Star game since 2001. The last American born white player to make it was Brad Miller in 2003 and 2004...

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  24. What I Wish I Could Say About the New York Rangers

    The only good thing you can say about last night’s game was at least the Rangers didn’t embarrass themselves. After 156+ scoreless minutes, Artem Anisimov came through with a goal, and we all let out a sigh of relief...

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  25. Week 14 NBA Pickups

    Week 14 (Jan. 25-31) Teams Playing Four Games Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Cleveland, Denver, Golden State, Houston, Indiana, L.A. Clippers, L.A...

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