Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Isn’t it a no-brainer who the Head Coach of the New York Knicks should be in 2012/2013? Mike Woodson (pictured above) is clearly the man for the job.
By Josh Kramer
405 and 563. 3 and 14. These are the records of the New York Knicks in regular season and postseason play since the departure of Patrick Ewing. New York has seen better days in terms of basketball to say the least. After finally breaking their woeful record setting 13 game losing streak in playoff play, New York has many question marks as they prepare for Game 5 of their first round series with the Miami Heat.
Let’s be entirely realistic though. I have a better shot at winning the lottery than the Knicks do at winning the next three games against the Miami Heat and advancing to the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Who will be manning the New York sidelines during the 2012/2013 season? That is the real question.
Isn’t it obvious?
Unless Phil Jackson miraculously decides to come out of retirement and take over the reigns, Mike Woodson is the man for the job. Continue reading
Photo courtesy of zimbio.com. Carmelo Anthony (pictured above) is playing is best basketball as of late. It has become "Melo Time" in New York.
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
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