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New York Knicks
Through three quarters, the Knicks are blowing out the Nets in Brooklyn. They’re doing it with a total team effort, particularly on the defensive end. Even the corpse of Amar’e Stoudemire is getting in on the action.
Knicks Losing Streak At Nine, So Of Course Metta World Peace And Kenyon Martin Had ‘Heated Argument’ Over Macaroni And Cheese
Two Knicks players are fighting passionately over macaroni and cheese. This does not surprise anyone.
Iman Shumpert deserves better than a dysfunctional organization that only cares about pleasing CAA and filling seats at the Garden.
In this episode of Off The Grid, we debate the merits of taking home sweaty, game-worn memorabilia; we welcome former SportsGrid editor Dan Fogarty (now of USA Today) “back” to the show to talk about his new life, his Top 5 Rules for winning your fantasy football league and which New York sport team he can stomach best this fall; and we gauge our abilities to date murders (it’s George Zimmerman-inspired discussion, just so you know).
If you’re a Pacers fan you probably think this was a good call, if you’re a Knicks fan you probably think it was a bad call, and if the roles had been reversed, the feelings would be as well. It’s days like this I’m happy not to be an NBA referee and just a normal, everyday, painfully good-looking guy.
Is this the moment the Knicks’ fortunes change? Can shedding the dead weight that is Amar’e Stoudemire revitalize a team that doesn’t seem to give a shit? Dear God, we hope so. Lets discuss…
Brandon Jennings might have just blown the lid off some shady financial stuff going on at MSG involving the Creative Artists Agency and the Smith brothers. So how does J.R. respond? He threatens to send “street homies” to put “#Detroit on smash” — whatever that means. Controversy in the works, people.