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  1. Carmelo Anthony's Legacy Is on the Line

    Ben Detrick

    At the Knicks' anticlimactic last game of the season Wednesday night, a ⅓-filled Madison Square Garden was treated to a meaningless victory over the Hawks, which featured a 1-for-11 shooting night from recent signee Quentin Richardson. The nigh...

    Blog | April 19, 2013
  2. We Went There: Knicks-Heat in Miami

    Ben Detrick

    For most of the year, Miami is for Lamborghini-driving Argentines and frat bros with barbed-wire tats at Wet Willie's. But for a brief, fragile window, during the annual Art Basel, the city is Little Downtown New York. Whether by happy accident or cu...

    Blog | December 07, 2012
  3. We Went There: The Battle for New York

    Ben Detrick

    Going into last night's mondo-hyped inter-borough showdown, the Brooklyn Nets boasted an 8-4 record — an admirable start for any team, but especially impressive for one that finished 22-44 last season. Nevertheless, the New York Knicks have cap...

    Blog | November 27, 2012
  4. '70s Babies: Breaking Down the Red-Hot New York Knicks

    Ben Detrick

    Heading into tonight's game against Orlando, New York is the only undefeated team in the NBA. Save the pillowcase–of–snow globes thumping inflicted by the Miami Heat in the playoffs, the Knicks have gone 22-6 under the glowering tenure of...

    Blog | November 13, 2012
  5. We Went There: Sixers-Knicks in the Carrier Dome

    Ben Detrick

    Last night, Carmelo Anthony finally heard chants of "MVP." It was not in Madison Square Garden, where there is desperate hope that he will make the Knicks a contender this season, but in the Carrier Dome at Syracuse University. It was here that he wo...

    Blog | October 23, 2012
  6. Steve Nash and the NBA Relocation Program

    Ben Detrick

    On the first day of free agency, officials from the Toronto Raptors embarked from Nanookian lodges by snowplow to ambush Steve Nash at his annual charity event in New York City's Chinatown. Undistracted by the aroma of pork and chives wafting out of ...

    Blog | July 24, 2012
  7. Tankonia: The Bobcats Show the Knicks How to Lose

    Ben Detrick

    A couple weeks back, the Knicks' Jared Jeffries suggested the Chicago Bulls were a more vulnerable playoff opponent than the Miami Heat. But even in an era where offhand comments are megaphoned into brash proclamations, no one cared. One reason Jeffr...

    Blog | April 27, 2012
  8. The Knicks Go Down the Carmelo-Brick Road

    Ben Detrick

    Even during the glory days of Linsanity, when hearts across New York sung with optimism, the return of Carmelo Anthony was regarded with apprehension and fearful shudders. The Knicks are now a slovenly 2-7 since he reentered the starting lineup, and ...

    Blog | March 12, 2012
  9. Statement Game: Knicks-Mavericks

    Ben Detrick

    For the remainder of the NBA season, The Triangle will be breaking down the biggest games of the week. Up first: Knicks-Mavs, a game in which Tyson Chandler returned to Dallas and faced the team he won a championship ring with last season. In Dallas'...

    Blog | March 07, 2012
  10. Stop the Linsanity?

    Ben Detrick

    Back in the summer of 2008, when Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain named an inexperienced Alaskan governor as his running mate, the nation was collectively stunned. But while pundits on the left regarded the move as a desperate at...

    Blog | March 05, 2012
  11. Time to Pray to Your Winged Deity, Knicks Fans

    Ben Detrick

    Poor Toney Douglas. In the middle of last season, the Knicks were looking to acquire a backup point guard to ensure the diminutive reserve wouldn't ever have any distribution duties. Six months later, he was asked to orchestrate the offense for a tea...

    Blog | January 10, 2012