Knicks Fix

  • Monday, October 01, 2012

    "Age Is Just a Number"

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Marcus Camby was once part of the youth movement here. But that was so long ago, he remembers when practices were held at SUNY-Purchase, before MSG Training Center was built. It was Camby’s athleticism, his speed and fast-break ability so rarely seen by NBA big men early in his career, that made him an exciting, young novelty on a Knicks team that had been known for its half-court...
  • Thursday, September 06, 2012

    New Jerseys Link to Past and Challenge Present

    And you thought the Knicks' roster was old.
    On Thursday, the team unveiled its long-awaited new uniforms and the look can be best described in one word: Classic. In fact, this welcomed return to the traditional style -- a throwback to the one from the beloved championship era from four decades ago -- actually predates even the oldest player on the team. Kurt Thomas, now 40 and in his second stint with...
  • Monday, August 13, 2012

    U.S. Maintains Gold Standard

    Mike Krzyzewski’s pregame speech didn’t need to echo the heart-pumping intensity of Herb Brooks from 1980’s Miracle on Ice. The shower of motivation didn’t have to come from words, but from the completion of a mission that he and the core group of USA Basketball, which included architect Jerry Colangelo, the world’s most complete player in LeBron James and an elite unit of snipers led by Carmelo...