Greatest New York Knicks Moment in 21st Century

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The greatest moment for the New York Knicks in the 21st Century was their 54-win season in 2012-13. The Knicks have had an abysmal start to this century. But the 2012-13 campaign has been the lone shining light for the Knicks. This season happened due to the moves that were made leading up to 2012. In the summer of 2010, the Knicks signed Amare Stoudemire. Without this […] READ MORE



NBA Tops and Flops of the Week

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This week’s look around the NBA to determine who has been great (tops) and not so great (flops) in the last seven days. Tops Indiana Pacers– A great trade sent Danny Granger to Philadelphia, in return for very talented Evan Turner, who could be a great asset for his new side. Danny Granger (aged 30) […] READ MORE


Knicks Raymond Felton Arrested on Gun Charge

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New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton was arrested late Monday night/early Tuesday Morning, after the Knicks loss to the Dallas Mavericks, and charged with three weapons violations.  The charges come after he allegedly pointed a gun at his estranged wife. Ariane Raymondo-Felton, Felton’s wife of just 19 months, recently filed for divorce.  Well Felton was […] READ MORE


Mavericks Travel to New York, Meet an Old Friend

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Tonight the Dallas Mavericks, winners in eight of their last ten games (and actually have lost ground in the Western Conference playoff race) play at the esteemed Madison Square Garden against the not-so-esteemed New York Knicks, winners of only two of their last ten and who find themselves a New York sized 5.5 games back […] READ MORE


Knicks Lose Carmelo Anthony to Sprained Ankle

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The New York Knicks beat the Orlando Magic on Monday Night, but the victory may have come at a price as star wingman Carmelo Anthony left the game early in the third quarter with what the team is calling a sprained ankle.  He did not return. Knicks coach Mike Woodson said that he didn’t know […] READ MORE


Building Defensive Center or A Pure Point Guard

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I was watching the Rockets vs. Clippers game the other night, and I was thinking – would I rather build a team around a guy like Dwight Howard, or a guy like Chris Paul? They are the two best players at their respective positions. I haven’t come to a definite answer yet. As I see […] READ MORE


NBA Knee-Jerk All-Stars (Eastern Conference Starters)

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Yes, the season has barely started, but it’s never too early to start thinking about the All-Star Game. As most of you know, the NBA eliminated the Center position from the All-Star ballot. People think it’s the death of a position, but it’s just something the league had to do. With Andrew Bynum out, we’re […] READ MORE


Boom or Bust – Evaluating the NBA's top (and Bottom) Prospects

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Editor’s Note:   Last Word on Sports is pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved, and greatly expanded, NBA coverage.  We have brought on two new and exciting writers in Jordan Leung, and Kaine Elmy.  This is Jordan’s first piece for the site, but he is not new to the world of NBA […] READ MORE