John Wall is usually on the other side of vicious crossovers. Not this time though, thanks to Raymond Felton.
Retread Knicks PG Raymond Felton recently got married to his longtime girlfriend Ariane. The wedding looked as beautifully orchestrated as a Felton to Amare pick and roll circa the first half of the 2010-2011 season. Congratulation Mr. and Mrs. Felton.
It’s about frickin’ time! Carmelo Anthony is finally a New York Knickerbocker!
The Nuggets will get Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler, Timofey Mozgov, the Knicks’ 2014 first-round draft pick, the Warriors’ 2012 second-round pick, the Warriors’ 2013 second-round pick and $3 million in cash.
Nuggets coach George Karl, after learning of the trade, said “I’m glad its over.” Me too, coach. Me too.
Yup, if the All-Star Game was tonight, Amare Stoudemire of your New York Knickerbockers would be one of the starting forwards for the eastern conference. You could contribute this success to his scoring average that only trails Kevin Durant for the league lead, his blocks total that’s 4th overall, the fact he made NYC matter again, or to DJ Steve Porter who mixed up this celebrity packed “#1 Reason to Vote Knicks” video so you could vote for STAT to start while you bob your head to his beats.
Pretty much every celeb that attends games at da garden is in this thing urging you to vote Knicks like Tracy Morgan, Fabolous, Drake, Pauly D and Vinny from “Jersey Shore,” Amber Rose from your dreams, Ad Rock from the “Beastie Boys,” Celie from “The Color Purple,” kickass Liam Neeson, John Wall’s dougie partner Chris Brown and many other folks that get awesome seats at MSG.
Raymond Felton activates the trusty old half court bank shot at the buzzer to end the first half at MSG against the rival Boston Celtics.
The season tips off in exactly two weeks and Amare Stoudemire is convinced that the New York Knicks are back. Mostly because they made him very rich this summer and he’s never experienced mad losing before, but I could be wrong. Watching this promo video to amp up the faithful Knicks fanbase for the upcoming 2010-2011 season, I got a feeling things might be playoff bound different this year too.
Not because the Knicks are really good, but because the New Jersey Nets and Toronto Raptors are going to be really, really bad. I’m just being honest folks.