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.
There were plenty of reasons for the New York Knicks' 100-83 victory over the San Antonio Spurs, winners of seven straight, Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
Early Friday morning, Bloomberg reported that a refinanced loan Fred Wilpon and his Mets ownership group engineered, likely using the SportsNet New York regional cable network as collateral, provides "at least $700 million" in new money.
As originally envisioned by the New York Knicks, Jason Kidd was brought in to be Jeremy Lin's backup.
It has been a successful olympics for U.S.A. basketball. But it hasn't been a particularly pleasant one for the New York Knicks involved.
The offer has not been matched. Jeremy Lin is off to Houston.
With free agency less than two weeks away, the question of who will back up Jeremy Lin at point guard for the Knicks is still unsettled.