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  1. J.R. Smith: Just gotta keep shooting

    Christopher Hunt

    No one ever said that J.R. Smith was shy about shooting the ball. He also takes the kind of off-balance shots that make fans and coaches cringe. He took that kind of shot when he got a steal midway through the third quarter, when he intercepted an...

    Blog | May 06, 2012
  2. Bibby hits big 3; has Woodson's trust

    Christopher Hunt

    The smile grew on Mike Woodson's face before the question about Mike Bibby had even finished being asked. The Knicks' interim head coach has never wavered in how much he trusts the veteran point guard, who nailed a huge 3-pointer to give the Knick...

    Blog | May 06, 2012
  3. Heat numb Novakcane

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK - Steve Novak finally - mercifully - found enough space on the floor to pull an open jumper. He drilled a 3-pointer deep in the left corner with 7:11 left to play. The shot would have put the Knicks within six. Instead, Miami's Shane Batt...

    Blog | May 04, 2012
  4. Woody takes heat for offense

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK - The Knicks could not do anything on offense in Game 3 against the Miami Heat and Mike Woodson blames himself. "Offensively," we just didn't have it," the coach said. "We were so stagnant. I've got to take the heat for that. I thought wi...

    Blog | May 03, 2012
  5. Woodson hopes to get production from Jeffries

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK - The Knicks keep running out of players and resources, but Mike Woodson is demanding that players fill in the holes and avoid leaving everything up to Carmelo Anthony. "Melo, he's not going to beat this team by himself," the interim head...

    Blog | May 03, 2012
  6. Melo hears "M-V-P!" chants in Jersey

    Christopher Hunt

    Carmelo Anthony drilled a 3-pointer, turned and nodded in approval. He drilled another jumper and stuck his tongue out while he trotted down court. He played to the crowd and the crowd played back. It looked like he was playing at home. And it sou...

    Blog | April 19, 2012
  7. Baron Davis expected back Friday

    Christopher Hunt

    Knicks coach Mike Woodson said that he expects Baron Davis to return to the starting lineup on Friday in Cleveland against the Cavaliers. But with Davis out, Mike Bibby has had a chance to further earn Woodson's trust running the offense. Davis...

    Blog | April 18, 2012
  8. D-Wade: Knicks a tougher team with STAT

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK -- The Knicks keep looking for a consistent second scoring option. And the more they look, the hungrier they become for the return of Amare Stoudemire. Players said after New York's 95-83 loss to Miami on Sunday that they think they match...

    Blog | April 15, 2012
  9. Shumpert playing, Fields to guard LeBron

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK -- Mike Woodson said he considers the Miami Heat one of the top teams in the league and called Sunday's game, "a big test" for his ball club. "I'm anxious to see how we step out and compete against this team," Woodson said. "It could be a...

    Blog | April 15, 2012
  10. J-Swish leads the bench against Cavs

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK - The Knicks needed something from somewhere. They were floundering in an ugly game against an ugly team that was hanging around and looking to insult to Jeremy Lin's season-ending injury. Then J.R. Smith scooped up a steal near mid-court...

    Blog | April 01, 2012
  11. Halftime: Knicks 46, Cleveland 38

    Christopher Hunt

    Jeremy Lin is out for the Knicks. Rookie of the Year candidate Kyrie Irving suffered a sprained shoulder against Milwaukee Friday and is out for Cleveland. It's not exactly pretty out there but New York does have control. Here are a few observations ...

    Blog | March 31, 2012
  12. Rapid Reaction: Lin out for the season

    Christopher Hunt

    Jeremy Lin has a chronic meniscal tear in his left knee. The injury, that will require arthroscopic surgery, should keep him out for approximately six weeks. WHAT IT MEANS: Linsanity is officially over and the Knicks are back where they started --...

    Blog | March 31, 2012
  13. Rapid Reaction: Hawks 100, Knicks 90

    Christopher Hunt

    WHAT IT MEANS: Mike Woodson failed to get a win against his former team and the Knicks fall back to .500 (26-26). The Knicks looked tired and flat early, made a strong push late, but in the end, didn't have enough against the Hawks. A WASTED PERFO...

    Blog | March 30, 2012
  14. Sans Lin, Davis finally gets first start

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK - When Baron Davis signed with the Knicks in December, he instantly was stamped as the team's next savior. That was before Jeremy Lin, when Davis was destined for the starting job whenever he could recover from the herniated disk in his back...

    Blog | March 27, 2012
  15. Rest is best for Lin's sore knee

    Christopher Hunt

    NEW YORK - Jeremy Lin said he mutually decided, along with the Knicks athletic trainers, that it was best to rest his sore right knee Monday night against Milwaukee. The point guard said that he had been experiencing pain in the knee in New York's...

    Blog | March 26, 2012
  16. MDA, Woody not that different says Jeffries

    Christopher Hunt

    Jared Jeffries answered some questions about the Knicks recent turnaround since Mike Woodson took over as interim head coach during an interview on ESPN 1050's Ryan Ruocco and Robin Lundberg Show. Here's what Jeffries said about the Knicks recent ...

    Blog | March 23, 2012