When Amar’e Stoudemire took the stage after the screening of his new documentary, In The Moment, last Thursday night at Marquee, he genuinely seemed to appreciate the attention and applause that greeted him from the packed house of athletes, musicians, fashion designers and more than a few men in yarmulkes.
It was less than 24 Read More
Pity poor Mike D’Antoni, former coach of the NY Knickerbockers.
While you’re at it, pity poor Larry Brown, and poor Lenny Wilkens, and poor Don Chaney, and poor Jeff Van Gundy.
As Week 1 begins to transition to Week 2 at the U.S. Open, the quality of celebrity sightings are going to tick, tick, tick right on up.
Tonight, Will Ferrell is expected to be in attendance to watch the Blake-Djokovic match. Giants QB Eli Manning will be here, as will a Baldwin! (Stephen). And amazingly, Read More
Sure, it’s not as loaded a mistake as Page Six claiming that Michelle Obama allegedly ordered lobsters and Iranian caviar at the Waldorf-Astoria even though she wasn’t technically a guest at the hotel or in New York City at the time, but today’s New York Post has the sort of gaffe that drives high Read More
So, there have been calls for Read More
Isiah Thomas, who coached the Knicks to one of their worst seasons in franchise history this year, has been fired, the AP reports. Read More
The dismal performance of the New York Knicks has hurt the fan-fueled business of Irish pubs near Madison Square Garden, according to the Sunday Times. But there may yet be a pot of gold at the end of the faded rainbow for these retailers of rose-colored glasses near the Knicks’ home court:
Last Read More
The New York Knicks’ decision to hire longtime Pacers’ executive Donnie Walsh to run basketball operations should fill Knicks fans with a mixture of excitement and apprehension.
Fortunately, the team has nowhere to go but up, and the fan base’s wish list is likely smaller than it has ever been. No demands for a championship. Read More
On Nov. 24, a little before noon, 16 bleary-eyed reporters shuffled into a tiny interview room a few feet away from the Madison Square Garden basketball floor. It had ivory cinder-block walls and dim fluorescent lighting that didn’t recall a media workspace so much as it did a detention cell.
They were attempting to Read More
It is disturbing enough for the National Basketball Association that their marquee franchise, the New York Knicks, look to be struggling through another terrible, playoff-free year.
But the truly upsetting reality for both the N.B.A. and Knicks fans is that there is no quick fix in sight. The Knicks renaissance, due to the series Read More