First, the Knicks fall behind early. After the Knicks stumble in the first quarter, they regain some momentum and mount a comeback. Usually, that comeback gives Knicks fans false hope of a Knicks comeback win. Then the fourth quarter comes, and the Knicks crumble like shortcake.
After suffering a tough loss to the Indiana Pacers, the New York Knicks looked to bounce back against the Phoenix Suns on Monday night. Conventional wisdom would lead many to believe the Knicks should be able to pull out a win against the Suns at home.
Unfortunately, whatever good vibes the Knicks were feeling came to a halt in Detroit. Against the Pistons, the Knicks couldn't buy a basket. In the first half, the Knicks shot under 30% from the field, and for the game, the Knicks shot 39.6% (36-of-91).
The NBA offseason continues to provide the excitement the regular season, and the playoffs, failed to deliver. On Friday, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst dropped a bombshell that sent shockwaves throughout the league. He reported that four-time All-Star Kyrie Irving has requested...