>Celtics v. Knicks: Series Recap

> NEW YORK — It was as simple as one, two, three, four for the Boston Celtics, who completed a four-game sweep of  the New York Knicks April 24. The series, which promised to be one of the most exciting going into the 2011 playoffs due to the teams’ regular season matchups, ended up being … Continue reading

>Celtics v. Knicks: Game 4 Preview

> New York — Win or go home! Or, in the case of the Knicks, stay home. The Knicks are coming into this Game 4 facing elimination and with the fresh wounds of a Game 3 drubbing at the hands of Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics. Rondo recorded his sixth postseason triple-double and had … Continue reading

>Celtics v. Knicks: Game 2 Recap

> BOSTON — The Boston Celtics once again eeked out a win against the New York Knicks, 96-93, in front of a packed Boston Garden on April 19. Coach Doc Rivers said, “we were lucky to win” when asked in postgame interviews. The win came on a go-ahead basket from Kevin Garnett with about 14 … Continue reading

>Playoff Preview -Round 1: Celtics vs. Knicks

> Rivalry. Paul Pierce swears there isn’t one between the Celtics and Knicks. At least not in this decade. There are millions of Knick fans that would argue the opposite. Maybe the Celtics look at the Knicks as lesser mortals, but the Knicks definitely see Boston as a stone-cold enemy. If you don’t believe me, look at their … Continue reading

Wait a minute, the Knicks know how to read?

Apparently, Al Harrington suggested a book for all the Knicks players to read. Below is the story from ESPN: On the way home from the Knicks’ 0-3 West Coast trip in late November, Al Harrington suggested he and his teammates read the book “Winning Every Day” by Lou Holtz. “Everybody looked at me like I … Continue reading

>Wait a minute, the Knicks know how to read?

>Apparently, Al Harrington suggested a book for all the Knicks players to read. Below is the story from ESPN: On the way home from the Knicks’ 0-3 West Coast trip in late November, Al Harrington suggested he and his teammates read the book “Winning Every Day” by Lou Holtz. “Everybody looked at me like I … Continue reading