In many games this season, Carmelo Anthony has been the primary reason the New York Knicks have won. Sunday night's 106-104 victory over the Atlanta Hawks was no different, with Anthony acting as the season's constant while some aspects of their evolving team showed encouraging signs, and others faltered.
The New York Knicks have plenty of problems right now. Unlike much of the previous decade, the Boston Celtics are not one of them.
The Knicks weren't a well team during their recent slump, with injuried to Carmelo Anthony, Raymond Felton, Rasheed Wallace, Marcus Camby and others limiting their strength.
It wasn't really a representative Knicks team that lost on Thursday night, 81-76, to the Indiana Pacers.
If Kevin Garnett was trying to put the New York Knicks off their game when he trash-talked at Carmelo Anthony, he couldn't have been more successful.
Each day, the New York tabloids vie to sell readers at the newsstands on outrageous headlines, dramatic photography, and, occasionally, great reporting. Who is today's winner?
As coach Mike Woodson answered questions less than 90 minutes before tipoff of Tuesday night's game against the Portland Trailblazers, a 105-100 loss, neither he nor anyone in the press room knew what his lineup would be.
It's been a consistent formala that produced the remarkable 20-7 record over the first third of the Knicks' season.(1)
The return of Amar'e Stoudemire, whose season has been delayed due to knee surgery, could be just days away.
In the Knicks' 116-107 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, Carmelo Anthony essentially acted out Bernard King's career in microcosm.(1)
Tuesday night's 100-97 victory by the New York Knicks over the Brooklyn Nets was a game the Knicks had no business winning, and the Nets had no business losing.
The New York Mets held a holiday party for 100 local children on Tuesday, and it somehow turned into a public-relations crisis.(1)
It was misleading, it turns out, when the New York Knicks crushed the Miami Heat by 20 points on the road without Carmelo Anthony.