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A Recap of Carmelo’s Big Night; Ties Career High with 50 Points

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Effortless. That’s what Carmelo Anthony made scoring 50 points against the defending NBA champions look like. So effortless in fact, that he didn’t need to drive the lane once in his near immaculate display of midrange-and-beyond marksmanship. Not one single point of his final tally of 50 came beneath the basket. It was just pure isolation — Melo’s More...

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By Greg Rappaport On Friday, March 29th, 2013
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Knicks: Better without Chandler?

Photo credit: Denver Post After tonight’s game against some team called the Charlotte Bobcats (I know, I haven’t heard of them either), the Knicks will have just 11 games remaining on their schedule. The ‘Bockers More...

Essence Carson (17). (Dave Saffran/MSG Photos)
By Elizabeth DiPietro On Sunday, March 24th, 2013
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Women’s History Month: A Q&A with New York Liberty’s Essence Carson

Much like an uninjured Knicks player these days, a humble, successful athlete is hard to find. The New York Liberty is lucky to have one in Essence Carson. In addition to playing guard and forward in the WNBA, More...

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By Guest On Friday, March 15th, 2013
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Athlete’s Voices: Essence Carson, Episode 5. Blue, White, and Sea Foam Green!

This is the DoubleGSports.com Athlete’s Voices column in which local star athletes provide guest posts updating their fans on what they have been up to. Today’s post is from former Rutgers Women’s Basketball More...

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By Shannon Hovan On Monday, March 11th, 2013
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Women’s History Month: 10 Questions with LaChina Robinson, ESPN Women’s Basketball Analyst

Everyday this month, Double G Sports will be featuring interviews from prominent women in the sports industry as our way of celebrating Women’s History Month. This project is in its 2nd year.  Today we feature More...

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By Michael McCloskey On Saturday, February 9th, 2013
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The Storm is Over But The Knicks Are Just Getting Started

A look back at Hurricane Sandy and why New Yorkers don’t need to ask the Knicks to show up when it counts. The best part about being a New York Knicks fan living in Manhattan is that every time there’s a home More...

Tyson Chandler (Al Bello/Getty Images)
By Michael McCloskey On Friday, February 8th, 2013
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Knicks Player Capsule: A Tale of Two Tysons

Every athlete has the capability to perform to their fullest potential. Every athlete has the capability to slump and expose their flaws. Playing in New York City means all of the above is on center stage. Remember More...

New York Liberty will play their final season at the Prudential Center in 2013.
By Gregg Snyder On Thursday, February 7th, 2013
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New York Liberty Announce 2013 Schedule

New York Liberty will play their final season at the Prudential Center in 2013. The WNBA and New York Liberty released their 2013 regular season schedule yesterday and a couple matchups stand out. The Liberty have More...

By Greg Rappaport On Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
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Knicks are Winning with Ease

Cruise control, autopilot, whatever you want to call it, the Knicks are in it right now. It’s difficult to single out the one player who has made the difference for New York, but the ‘Bockers are currently on More...

Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks past Boston. (AP Photo)
By Greg Rappaport On Friday, January 25th, 2013
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Melo Stars in Knicks Last Minute Victory over Celtics

Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks past Boston. (AP Photo) On a night that New York Knicks’ star Carmelo Anthony shot an unsightly 11-28 from the field, it was a pass from ‘Melo that was the defining moment of More...