By Josh Kramer
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. New York Knicks basketball relived the glory days of the early 1970s during the 1990s. The best was when they made the NBA Finals in both 1994 and 1999. The worst times for the Knicks during the 1990s were declared “Miller Time.” Now this had nothing to do with Miller High Life. It dealt with the villain, Reggie Miller, stealing games away from the New York Knicks during the postseason. With Miller in the broadcast booth these days, the thought of “Miller Time” has been extinct for nearly a decade.
There is a new time now in New York. And this one has a much happier ring than “Miller Time.” No it is not “Linsanity,” though that is joyous occasion for Knicks fans as well. It is the recent emergence of “Melo Time.” Continue reading