- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Knicks' spread-the-floor offense was one of the best last season, but after the first couple weeks of games, their rigorous defense under coach Mike Woodson, faltered.
Last night's double overtime Raptors-Knicks preseason contest was supposed to be just a run-of-the-mill lead-up to the regular season.
Tyler Hansbrough shed the tough guy image against the Knicks when he got into a little dust up with Metta World Peace.
With the start of the 2013-14 NBA season rapidly approaching, we thought it only fair to share what makes each team so exciting.
As we move steadily towards the start of the season, quite a few teams are looking at this season as a potentially franchise-determining endeavor.
Totally sane and normal basketball star Metta World Peace has a new web series called Metta's World, where he asks the Knicks about toes and haircuts.
The NBA season is quickly approaching, and as fans, this is sure to be a promising season with many headlines.
When Game 6 of this past season's Knicks-Pacers Eastern Conference Semifinal series was winding down and thus marking a bitter end to what had once been a promising season for New York, the same thought continued to repeat itself in my head: J.
NBA star Metta World Peace told the story of the time he went to lunch, destroyed a man's deli for its racist overtones, then got into a text fight.
The ability to bench press over 300 pounds is typically seen as a unimportant measure of how good a basketball player is.
Social media is at an all-time high among NBA athletes right now.
There are many reasons to have hatred or dislike towards a specific player in the NBA.
I can't say this song is the best thing he's ever put out, but as a rapper, Metta World Peace is still probably one of the 10 best among NBA players.
While all of America is gearing up for fantasy football, we here at Dime feel that it's never too early for fantasy basketball draft preparation.
Social media has taken over the game -- literally.
The artist formerly known as Ron Artest, Metta World Peace, is at it again, but this time he's not making it legal.