1. Kevin Durant Will Be the Next Michael Jordan

    With LeBron James becoming a sidekick to Dwyane Wade, his chance to become the next Michael Jordan is the same as you and me...

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  2. Carmelo Anthony: The Last Hope To Save The NBA

    Carmelo Anthony an NBA savior? You guessed right! The third overall pick of the 2003 NBA Draft is always forgotten when talking of the 2003 draft because of superstars Lebron James, ...

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  3. David Lee Will Be a New York Knick Next Season

    Addressing all Knick Fans across the globe: David Lee will be a Knick for the 2009-2010 season. Lee, a restricted free agent, has been a fan favorite for his blue collar style of play, ...

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  4. Its Go Time For D'antoni and The New York Knicks

    The New York Knicks are on the verge of a playoff berth for the first time since the 2003-04 NBA season. The Knicks are 28-38 and only 1.5 games out of the eighth and final playoff spot in the weak Eastern Conference...

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  5. Why Donnie Walsh Is The Best General Manager In The NBA

    After 21 years as General Manager of the Indiana Pacers, Donnie Walsh felt he needed a new challenge after leading the team to the playoffs in 17 of 18 years. The new challenge he chose was taking over the New York Knicks...

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  6. New York Knicks: Why They Should Trade For Larry Hughes

    With only time ticking away till Thursday's 3 p.m. trade deadline, Knicks President Donnie Walsh has to make a move. The Knicks either need to make a play for a defensive minded frontcourt player, ...

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  7. Krypto-Nate Too Much for San Antonio Spurs to Handle

    Fresh off his Slam Dunk Championship performance, Nate "Kryptonate" Robinson stunned the Spurs with a 32 points and 10 rebound performance...

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  8. The New York Knicks Have Tough Decisions to Make

    While many were happy to see Nate Robinson win the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest over the weekend their was one person who wasn't, Knicks President Donnie Walsh...

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  9. Lakers-Knicks: Kobe Bryant Puts on Show in Record-Breaking Win

    “Dream Week” was kicked off with a bang, but unfortunately, not the way the Knicks intended. Kobe Bryant torched the Knicks for a record-breaking 61-point performance in the Lakers' 126-117 win in his lone visit to the Garden this season...

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  10. Knicks Keep Up Pace, Knock Out Pacers

    Following solid wins over the Houston Rockets and Atlanta Hawks, the Knicks continued their winning ways with a 122-113 win over the Indiana Pacers. Al Harrington proved too much for the Pacers in his first visit to Indiana as a Knick...

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  11. Coaches Get It Wrong by Not Picking Knicks' David Lee for the All-Star Game

    David Lee, the 30th pick of the 2005 NBA Draft and 2007 NBA Rookie Challenge MVP, is tied for first in the NBA in double-doubles, fourth in rebounds per game, and fourth in field-goal percentage...

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