Author Archives: Stephen Zimkouski

The 6-7 Princeton Tigers Open Up Conference Play With Optimism

Yesterday, the Ivy League Media Teleconference was held which gave each of the eight head men’s basketball coaches a chance to reflect on their seasons so far. The coaches were also able to tell

The Knicks move to 14-4; Best Record in the Eastern Conference

The Knicks came into Thursday with a half game lead for the best record in the Eastern Conference. The Knicks then went into Miami and blew out the Heat 112-92 to extend

What Do the Knicks Do When Stoudemire Returns?

The New York  Knicks are playing great basketball right now, we all know that. The Knicks right now are a good team but when Amare Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert return, they could

Knicks Improve to 5-0 With Win Over Magic

The New York Knicks improved to 5-0 with a win over the Orlando Magic Tuesday night but they showed a few weaknesses while doing it. The Knicks, for the first time this season,

Knicks Open Up The Season 3-0 in Dominating Fashion

For the first time since the 1999-00 season, the New York Knicks have won their first three games to start the season. This season, the Knicks opened by making a statement in blowing out

Knicks Things to Watch and Best Case Scenario for the 2012-13 Season

The New York Knicks wrapped up the preseason with a 97-95 win last Wednesday night against the Brooklyn Nets to bring them to 3-3. The Knicks were hopeful that the damage from

Knicks Open Preseason With A 108-101 Win Over The Wizards

The New York Knicks debuted their new team and new uniforms Thursday night as they opened up preseason play on the road against the Washington Wizards. While the jerseys, in my opinion, are undoubtedly

With a New Look Team, Are The Knicks Better Without Jeremy Lin?

With October arriving, the NBA season is right around the corner and all 30 teams have nearly finalized their rosters. In an offseason where the New York Knicks sought out defensive minded

Knicks Consider Signing Rasheed Wallace as Veteran Bench Depth

Rasheed Wallace hasn’t played in the NBA since the 2009-10 season with the Boston Celtics. It is curious that the New York Knicks would look to bring in the 38 year old veteran

Knicks Show Interest in Sean Williams, Should Sign Andray Blatche

The New York Knicks have shown an interest in signing Sean “SWAT” Williams to sure up their 15-man roster. Williams has been an underachiever since his arrival to the NBA in 2007.

Analyzing the Knicks Offseason: The Forwards/Centers

  In the second and final part of this two part series, I will analyze the forwards and centers that have been added to the New York Knicks roster this off-season. I will be

Analyzing the New York Knicks Off-Season: The Guards

In this two-part series, I will analyze the additions that the New York Knicks have made during this off-season. I will break down each player, what they can do for the Knicks,