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NEW YORK KNICKS (NBA Live 2005)

Postby John WB on Sat Dec 25, 2004 3:56 am

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Knicks had the 14th pick in each round of the draft. With the 14th pick in the NBA Draft, the New York Knicks selected Kevin Garnett.. Michael Redd in the second round, Latrell Sprewell in the 3rd, Drew Gooden 4th, Tayshaun Prince 5th, Stephen Jackson 6th, Keon Clark 7th, Hedo Turkoglu 8th, J.R. Bremer 9th, Josh Smith 10th, Fred Hoidberg 11th, and Jason Kapono 12th

Drafted whoever had the total highest rating from then on and by preference in cases of ties..

Drafted a lot of shooting guards and power forwards, but am week in the point guard and Center positions..

Opening day line Line-up
5- Keon Clark (PF)
4- Kevin Garnett (PF)
3- Tayshaun Prince (SF)
2- Michael Redd (SG)
1- J.R. Bremer (PG)
Latrell Sprewell (SG)
Drew Gooden (PF)
Stephen Jackson (SG)
Hedo Turkoglu (SF)
Fred Hoidberg (SG)
Josh Smith (SF)
Jason Kapono (SG)

Transactions:

November 6: Signed Jason Hart (PG) as a Free Agent

November 8: Traded Tayshaun Prince (SF), Drew Gooden (PF), and Josh Smith (SF) to the Sacramento Kings in exchange for Steve Nash (PG; drafted 36th overall by Sacramento)

Current Starting Line-up
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5- Keon Clark (PF)

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4- Kevin Garnett (PF)

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3- Latrell Sprewell (SG)

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2- Michael Redd (SG)

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1- Steve Nash (PG)

The bench:
Stephen Jackson (SG)
Hedo Turkoglu (SF)
J.R. Bremer (PG)
Fred Hoidberg (SG)
Jason Kapono (SG)
Jason Hart (PG)
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Postby John WB on Sat Dec 25, 2004 4:00 am

Wons games 1 and 2 @ Minnesota and home vs. Boston. Then signed Hart and made the trade for Nash. Went 3-0 with a win over the 76ers at home.
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Re: New York Knicks Dynasty w/ Fantasy Draft

Postby Micchy_boy on Sat Dec 25, 2004 4:39 am

John WB wrote:Knicks had the 14th pick in each round of the draft. With the 14th pick in the NBA Draft, the New York Knicks selected Kevin Garnett..


:shock: :shock: :shock: KG??? 14th pick. hmmmm :? :?
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Postby Donatello on Sat Dec 25, 2004 5:35 am

KG goes in the top 5 every time. He is the highest rated player in the game.
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Postby John WB on Sat Dec 25, 2004 5:36 am

:lol: I was just suprised as you are.
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Postby Jing on Sat Dec 25, 2004 5:55 am

well, its true, i did a fantasy draft with the pistons yesterday, and i had like the 19th pick, and i was able to pick up kg. but yao was already gone
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Postby John WB on Sat Dec 25, 2004 6:36 am

New York Knicks
vs. Los Angeles Clippers
@ Madison Square Garden

Friday, November 12, 2004

LAC: 120 NYK: 142

Knicks blowout!
Kevin Garnett scored a career-high 48 points. He lead a blowout of the Clippers shooting a remarkable 21 out of 30. Along with his 48 points, Garnett took down 17 boards and had 9 block shots!

Player of the Game: Kevin Garnett

Close calls for the Clippers..
The Clippers were already down by 14, but worse news came when the Clipper star guard Rafer Alston sufferened an arm injury. Fortunately the injury was not serious.
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1-4 Clipps vs. the 3-0 Knicks
The Clippers talk it over
Key Players At The Half
21 point Knicks Lead at the Half
Shot display: Knicks shot 61% for the game
Shot display: Clippers shoot 45%

Knicks are now 4-0 with wins over the T-Wolves, Celtics, 76ers, and Clippers.
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Postby C89KF on Sat Dec 25, 2004 3:33 pm

wow.......KG had a career high point!
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Postby Donatello on Sat Dec 25, 2004 3:40 pm

hehehehehe you dunk alot don't ya? :P

i like it. good team you got there.
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Postby Jay-Peso on Sat Dec 25, 2004 3:44 pm

Nothing wrong with dunkin to much, is there? :lol:
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Postby Donatello on Sat Dec 25, 2004 3:46 pm

James wrote:Nothing wrong with dunkin to much, is there? :lol:


not a thing!! I've gone back to 6 minute quarters because I missed the dunkfest :D
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Postby John WB on Thu Dec 30, 2004 10:09 am

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Knicks traded Hedo Turkoglu (SF) and Keon Clark (PF) to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Rasho Nesterovic (C).

New York Knicks
vs. Indiana Clippers
@ Conseco Fieldhouse

NYK: 124 IND: 114

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Knicks starting shooting guard Michael Redd was injured with 2:16 left in the 2nd quarter vs. Indiana. Redd will be ready to play Tuesday vs. the Spurs.

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4-0 Knicks vs. 3-3 Pacers
Pacers strategizing

The win put the Knicks up to 5-0.


New York Daily News
Monday
November 22, 2004

The Texas Triangle

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Coach Wilkens and the Knicks starting five during Game 1 of the dreaded triangle.

Tuesday, November 16: Knicks beat the Spurs 138-133 @ the SBC Center.
Thursday, November 18: Knicks beat the Rockets 126-121 @ the Toyota Center.
Friday, November 19: Mavericks beat the Knicks 128-126 @ the American Airlines Center.

New York Knicks suffered their first loss of the 2004-2005 season during their trip to Texas in Dallas Friday night at the American Airlines center.
Newly acquired small forward Peja Stojakovic scored a season-high 47 in his debut as a Knick. Kevin Garnett added 44 points along with 10 rebounds.
Larry Hughes and the Dallas Mavericks were able to put an end to the Knicks 7 game win streak. A last second three attempt by Knicks PG Steve Nash could have won the game, but fell short.

Player of the Game: Kevin Garnett

In other news:
Wednesday, Knicks signed Kyle Korver (SF), Adrian Griffin (SF), Udonis Haslem (PF), Mark Madsen (PF), and Glen Rice (SF).
Thursday, Knicks traded Stephen Jackson (SG) and Michael Redd (SG) to the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for Peja Stojakovic (SF).
Friday, Knicks traded Jason Kapono (SG) and J.R. Bremer (PG) to the Washington Wizards in exchange for Chris Mihm (C).
Today, Knicks released Adrian Griffin (SF).

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The then 6-0 Knicks vs. 5-3 Rockets
Key Players at the Half: Knicks vs. Dallas


Wednesday, December 8, 2004

New York Knicks
vs. New Orleans Hornets
@ New Orleans Arena

NYK: 102 NO: 126

Strickland bests Nash
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On this December night, the Hornets Rod Strickland got the better of All-Star guard Steve Nash leading his team to the first blowout of the Knicks this season. The Hornets won by 24 and at one point had a lead as big as 26.

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14-3 Knicks vs. 7-9 Hornets
Garnett at the free-throw line
Rod Strickland lay-up
Recap: 26 point lead
Knicks SF Kyle Korver


Saturday, December, 11, 2004

Blockbuster Trade! Two Franchise Players Traded.

Knicks Get:
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Knicks Trade:
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Knicks traded Kevin Garnett (PF) to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Tracy McGrady (SG) and a 2nd Round Draft Pick.
In addition, they traded Kyle Korver (SF) and Glen Rice (SF) to the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for Robert Swift (C).


Thursday, December, 16, 2004

GM at work again!

Knicks Get:
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Knicks Trade:
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Knicks traded Peja Stajokovic (SF) and Latrell Sprewell (SG) to the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Steve Francis (PG) and Austin Croshere (PF).


Monday, December, 20, 2004

Another Trade!

Knicks Get:
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Knicks Trade:
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Knicks traded Steve Nash (PG), Steve Francis (PG), and Rasho Nesterovic (C) to the Utah Jazz in exchange for Tim Duncan (PF) and Rashard Lewis (SF).


Sunday, December, 26, 2004

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The Day after Christmas and the Knicks get a late Christmas present as they beat the Bobcats @ The Garden by 14 following runs in the third and fourth quarters.

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Rip goes up for a shot
Knicks SF Rashard Lewis en route to a dunk


Sunday, January 2, 2005

Another Year. Another Trade..

Knicks Get:
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Knick Trade:
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Knicks traded Tim Duncan (C) and Robert Swift (C) to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Kevin Garnett (PF).


New York Knicks:

22-8

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Current Starting Line-up
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5- Chris Mihm (C)

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4- Kevin Garnett (PF)

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3- Rashard Lewis (SF)

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2- Tracy McGrady (SG)

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1- Jason Hart (PG)

The bench:
Austin Croshere (PF)
Fred Hoidberg (SG)
Mark Madsen (PF)
Udonis Haslem (PF)
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Postby Donatello on Thu Dec 30, 2004 10:10 am

amazing quality on your screenshots. very nice.

i like the trades, though people will bash you for being unrealistic. i like em though :D looks like a fun team
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Postby John WB on Thu Dec 30, 2004 10:16 am

:lol: It's a fantasy Dynasty. I'm doing it for fun.

I did a lot olf trades at first because I was trying to make a team that ran. Like the Suns and Sonics, or old Kings and Mavs. But I had to knix that idea because I could hardly run against the computer.
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Postby Donatello on Thu Dec 30, 2004 10:26 am

yeah i'm all for just having fun man :D go with it
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Postby ShivaSquad on Thu Dec 30, 2004 3:18 pm

lol looks fun, but if i were u i would try to slow down on the trading. not because its unrealistic, but because it might not get fun after awhile. if u trade stars again and again, its like ur jus trading for instant satisfaction... then u play 1 game with tmac, then get bored cause he didnt score 100 points, so u trade him for duncan. if i were u i would get my favorite players and just keep em.

also, i think wen u had spree that was awesome... bringing spree back to ny! i never even thought about doing that, and now that i saw it, it makes me wanna start a ny dynasty and get him! :x

also, like donatello said, ur screenies are awesome quality
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Postby John WB on Sat Jan 01, 2005 1:47 am

New York Daily News
Tuesday
January 11, 2005

The Re-Match!! Knicks host the Hornets and sting back!

New York Knicks
vs. New Orleans Hornets
@ Madison Square Garden

NO: 99 NYK: 118

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Knicks on their way to avenging their 24 point loss @ New Orleans last month.

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Knicks MVP Kevin Garnett
KG soars!
Chris Mihm throws it down!
KG ready for take off
Rod Strickland at the free-throw line
Recap: Knicks take it by 19


Knicks Take A Back-To-Back vs. the Bulls!

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New York Knicks
vs. Chicago Bulls
Back-to-Back
Saturday, January 15 in Chicago
&
Monday, January 17 in New York

Game 1: NYK: 106 CHI: 86
Game 2: CHI: 105 NYK: 113

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Rashard Lewis connecting from downtown Monday night in The Garden as the Knicks swept the Bulls in a back-to-back this week.

Other pictures
Bulls make a run
KG about to stuff it

Transactions
Knicks picked up Free Agents Ira Newble (SF), Kenny Anderson (PG) and Steve Smith (SG).


Knicks January

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Current Starting Line-up
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5- Chris Mihm

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4- Kevin Garnett

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3- Rashard Lewis

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2- Tracy McGrady

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1- Kenny Anderson

The bench:
Austin Croshere (PF)
Fred Hoidberg (SG)
Steve Smith (SG)
Jason Hart (PG)
Mark Madsen (PF)
Ira Newble (SF)
Udonis Haslem (PF)
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Postby The GOAT on Sat Jan 01, 2005 5:34 am

Traded Tim Duncan (C) and Robert Swift (C) to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Tim Duncan (PF).

:?: I assume instead of the second Duncaan you meant Garnett.
Nice dynasty, good trades, good draft, I don't care if its unrealistic.
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Postby John WB on Sat Jan 01, 2005 6:20 am

The G.O.A.T. wrote:
Traded Tim Duncan (C) and Robert Swift (C) to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Tim Duncan (PF).

:?: I assume instead of the second Duncaan you meant Garnett.
Nice dynasty, good trades, good draft, I don't care if its unrealistic.


Yeah, I meant KG.

Thanks for the positive reply. (Y)
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Postby John WB on Sat Jan 01, 2005 7:55 am

New York Daily News
Saturday
January 22, 2005

Losses Amount

New York Knicks
vs. Toronto Raptors
@ Air Canada Centre

Wednesday, January 19

NYK: 116 TOR: 122

Down the wire, turn overs and poor shooting did the Knicks in as they fell to Raptors by 6.
Rashard Lewis had an off night.

Box Score


Houston Rockets
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Friday, January 21

HOU: 133 NYK: 114

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Knicks suffer a humiliating loss.

The Knicks lost by 19 last night on their home floor. The loss is only their 4th loss at Madison Square Garden this season and snapped the Knicks 8 game home winning streak. The Knicks continue to hold onto the best record in the NBA. They are 29-10.


Milwaukee Bucks
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Sunday, January 23

MIL: 129 NYK: 136

Ray Allen vs. T-Mac!

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Ray Allen and the Bucks fell to T-Mac's Knicks despite a solid performance from Ray Allen. Allen scored 28. Tracy McGrady scored 24 and contributed 4 rebounds, 3 assists, a steal, and 3 blocks.

The game, one of the highest scoring games of the season, saw six Knicks players in double digits. KG had a double double and was three assists from a triple double. Rahsard Lewis put up 28, including 4 of 9 from the 3pt line, and 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 blocks. Austin Croshere came off the bench to give the Knicks 17. He also took down 9 rebounds and knocked down 2 of 3 from the 3pt line.

Box Score

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Bucks attempt a comeback
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Postby John WB on Sun Jan 02, 2005 4:07 am

New York Daily News

Cleveland Cavaliers
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Friday, January 28

CLE: 113 NYK: 121

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Mark Madsen's wild lay-up (pictured)

The Knicks behind Kevin Garnetts 38 put away the Cavaliers by 8. The damage was done in the wnd and 3rd quarters. The Knicks build a 15 point lead going into the half and built into it in the 3rd. The Cavs made they expected run outscoring the Knicks in the remaining quarters, but it wasn't enough.
Garnett had a double-double. 38 points alongside 15 rebounds. Rashard Lewis was hot too, scoring 31 points off 13 of 18 shooting including 2 from downtown.

Other pictures
KG with 8 in the quarter
Knicks build a lead
Chris Mihm posterizes Chris Anderson
KG flushes it
The Big Ticket vs. Mash

Box Score
Cavaliers - Knicks


Knicks vs. Pistons II!! Pistons take another one..

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New York Knicks
vs. Detroit Pistons
@ The Palace of Auburn Hills

Saturday, January 29

NYK: 105 DET: 108

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When the teams with two of the best records in the NBA met for the second time, their first at the Palace of Auburn Hills, the Pistons took control from the start.
The Pistons took control of the game early, going on a 10-2 run in the first three minutes of the game. From the beginning, they lead pretty much all of the game. Whenever the Knicks made a run, the Pistons countered.
One of the reasons the Pistons were able to stay in control of the game was the play of Mike Bibby. Bibby hit on 5 of 9 from the outside, had 7 rebounds, and dished 8 assists in route to 29 points.

Knicks ended the game with a run to get back into it, but time expired on them. The lead was 6 and the Knicks hit a three to take it down to a one possession game. But with just seconds left and Pistons in control of the ball, the Knicks were unable to steal the ball or make a foul.

Other pictures
Knicks make a run
GAME SUMMARY
Player of the Game: Mike Bibby

Box Score
Knicks - Pistons


New York Knicks
vs. Los Angeles Clippers
@ The Staple Center

Monday, January 31

NYK: 121 LAC: 117

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T-Mac caught fire from behind the 3pt line in the first half. It was enough to give the Knicks

Box Score
Clippers

Transactions:

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Tuesday, February 1:
Knicks traded Fred Hoidberg (SF), Mark Madsen (PF), and Udonis Haslem (PF) to the Charlotte Bobcats in exchange for Vladimir Radmanovic (PF).


Current Starting Line-up
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5- Chris Mihm

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4- Kevin Garnett

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3- Rashard Lewis

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2- Tracy McGrady

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1- Kenny Anderson

The bench:
Vladimir Radmanovic (PF)
Austin Croshere (PF)
Steve Smith (SG)
Jason Hart (PG)
Ira Newble (SF)


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Knicks January Schedule


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New York Daily News

Tuesday
February 8, 2005

4-Game Road Trip: Knicks go 2-2

New York Knicks
vs. Denver Nuggets
@ The Pepsi Center

Tuesday, February 1

NYK: 136 DEN: 117

Knicks sweep the season series.

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Denver and New York. The #1 and #2 teams in the NBA Standings. Their Previous meeting came in Madison Square Garden Sunday, December 12th and was won by the Knicks 110-98.
The Knicks started the game off with their best shooting of the season, hitting on 13 of their first 13 field goal attempts. They built up a 23 point lead going into the half and never looked back. They won the game by 19.

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Among game highlights was T-Mac completing an awesome first half, hitting on 13 of his 15 shots as well as five of his six 3-point field goal attempts in route to scoring 32 first-half points.
McGrady finished with 46 despite cooling down in the second half.

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Starting Line-ups
Staggered Nuggets players
Key Players at the Half: T-Mac and Billups
HALFTIME REPORT
Shot Display: Knicks Halftime 3-pt shooting
Shot Display: T-Mac 3 of 5 from 3-pt land at Halftime
shot Display: T-Mac first half shooting
Air Lewis: 1 of 2
Air Lewis: 2 of 2
Player of the Game: Tracy McGrady (1 of 2)
Player of the Game: Tracy McGrady (2 of 2)
Tracy McGrady's final shot tally

Box Score
Knicks - Nuggets


New York Knicks
vs. Sacramento Kings
@ Arco Arena

Friday, February 4

NYK: 82 SAC: 114

Time runs out on the Knicks. The Knicks are crowned by the Kings for 32 point loss.

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The Knicks and Kings were tied going in the second quarter, and even going into the second half, the Knicks had reason to be feeling good.. they were on the road and were still in the ball game, down by a measly 6 points. But the third quarter came and they fell behind some more and fourth was more of the same story. No runs could do anything..

Krvin Garnett had 22 and 13. chris Mihm contributed 13 off the boards as well, but only put up 6 points and was not much of a threat inside.

The Kings big men bested the Knicks, with Kings rookie Dwight Howard giving them 21 points and 18 boards. Chris Bosh has 17 rebounds as well. The Kings killed the Knicks off the offensive rebounded, taking in 19 offensive rebounds to the Knicks 9. In total, the Kings had 65 rebounds to the Knicks 46. 19 more rebounds.

In the backcourt, Kings superstar guard Kobe Bryant dropped 33 on the Knicks hitting 5 of 8 from the 3-pt line. Lindsey Hunter contributed 19.

Knicks swingmen, Tracy McGrady and Rashard Lewis struggled hitting on a combined 11 of 36 shots (30.5%). That won't get it done on any night. To add to the woes, Knicks starting point guard Kenny Anderson (Queens born) went scoreless from the field, missing on 7 attempts.

Box Score
Knicks - Kings


New York Knicks
vs. Phoenix Suns
@ America West Arena

Saturday, February 5

NYK: 119 PHO: 122

Too little Too late

Knicks were down 21 at half-time, but made a rally in the third and fourth to win the game, but fell short.

Kevin Garnett, Rashard Lewis, and Tracy McGrady put up stellar numbers, but got little help.
The Suns, on ther other hand, had all five starters in double figures. Brad Miller had 24 points, 19 rebounds, and 6 assists. And Antoine Walker had 12 points with his 17 rebounds. The Suns backcourt of Shucky Atkins and Wesley Person scored a combined 48 points and hit 8 3-pointers off 17 attempts.
Rashard Lewis struggled from beyond the arc, going 3 for 14.

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Starting Line-ups
GAME SUMMARY

Box Score
Knicks - Suns


New York Knicks
vs. Utah Jazz
@ The Delta Center

Monday, February 7

NYK: 118 UTA: 114

Box Score
Knicks - Jazz


Transactions

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Monday, February 7:
Knicks signed Dan Dickau (PG) and Michael Bradley (PF) as Free Agents



Miami Heat
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Wednesday, February 9

MIA: 122 NYK: 142

Back home, the Knicks beat the Heat!

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Left: T-Mac with the 360 dunk. Right: The Knicks celebrate their 20-point win.

Box Score
Heat - Knicks


New York Knicks
vs. Boston Celtics
@ The Fleet Center

Friday, February 11

NYK: 134 BOS: 124

Knicks in OT as Rashard Lewis lights it up!

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T-Mac flies in for 2 of his 27.

Knicks take it in overtime. Knicks were down 3 with 23 seconds to go when Rashard Lewis, who was quiet all game, hit a 3 that tied the game at 116. With plenty of time left for the Celtics to win the game, Lewis also came up with the game-saving block.

Lewis finished with 23, most of which he scored in the extra session. He shot 50% for the game and 33% from the 3-pt line, while hitting 3 from downtown. He also had 5 rebounds, a career-high 8 blocks, 2 steals, and 7 assists.

Chris Mihm and Tracy McGrady both had double-doubles for the Knicks and Chris Webber put up 30 points and took down 18 boards for the Celtics.

The win was the Knicks first overtime game of the 2004-05 season.

Other pictures
KG ready to slam it down
GAME SUMMARY
Player of the Game: Rashard Lewis (1 of 2)
Player of the Game: Rashard Lewis (2 of 2)

Box Score
Knicks - Celtics


Two Knicks Voted in to the NBA All-Star Game!

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New York Knicks, Kevin Garnett and Tracy McGrady were voted by the fans to start in the 2005 NBA All Star Game, February 20th.

As well as the All-Star game, Tracy McGrady was invited to participate in both the Sprite Rising Stars Slam Dunk and the Footlocker 3pt Shootout.

Kevin Garnett voted in this year's All-Star Game
Tracy McGrady voted in this year's All-Star Game
Tracy McGrady invited to this year's Slam Dunk Contest
Tracy McGrady invited to this year's 3pt Shootout


2005 NBA All-Star Game Starters Named

East All-Star Starters

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West All-Star Starters

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As well as the starters for the NBA All-star game,
the NBA's got Milk? Rookie Challenge Starters were named:

got Milk? Rookie Challenge Starters

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Charlotte Bobcats
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Sunday, February 13

CHA: 133 NYK: 140

Knicks win. Knick goes down

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With the scored tied late in the third quarter, Rashard Lewis would suffer a leg injury that would put him out for the rest of the game.
But despite his absence, the Knicks were able to go on for the win.

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T-Mac goes up for the left-handed dunk
Rashard Lewis Injury Update


New York Knicks
vs. Philadelphia 76ers
@ The Wachovia Center

Monday, February 14

NYK: 117 PHI: 104

Knicks avenged their 90-80 ten point loss to the 6ers from back in December 17.
Kevin Garnett had a double-double and Rashard Lewis and Tracy McGrady had 28 each with both connecting on 11 shots. Lewis hit two 3pters, while McGrady connected on 5 of 12. Chris Mihm had a solid night as well with 10 points,8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 7 blocks night.
Shaq gave the 76ers 23 points, 16 rebounds, 2 steals, and 3 blocks.

Box Score
Knicks - 76ers


Milwaukee Bucks
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Wednesday, February 16

MIL: 101 NYK: 109

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The Bucks' Aaron Williams blocks Knicks reserve power forward Austin Croshere (pictured).

Knicks got the win though. Kevin Garnett had 35 points, 16 rebounds, and 3 blocks. Rashard lewis had 21 points including four 3s, 3 rebounds, 8 assists, a steal, and 4 blocks. Chris Mihm had 12 points, 14 rebounds, an assist, 2 steals, and 3 blocks. And Tracy McGrady had 17 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, and 6 blocks (one of his career high).

Other pictures
Starting Line-ups
Hurt Buck

Box Score
Bucks - Knicks


Knicks Schedule

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Postby John WB on Wed Jan 19, 2005 9:30 am

LEAGUE LEADERS
at the All-Star Break

Points Per Game
Michael Finley(DEN): 27.1

Field Goal %
Vitaly Potapenko(TOR): .579

3 Point %
Kevin Martin(TOR): .533

Free Throw %
DeMarr Johnson(DAL): .949

Offensive Rebounds Per Game
Shaquille O'Neal(PHI)/Ben Wallace(CHI): 3.6

Defensive Rebounds Per Game
Erick Dampier(MIL): 9.2

Rebounds Per Game
Erick Dampier(MIL)/Ben Wallace(CHI): 12.6

Blocks Per Game
Kevin Garnett(NYK): 2.88

Steals Per Game
Allen Iverson(MIA): 2.23

Assists Per Game
Stephon Marbury(CLE): 7.9

Minutes Per Game
Vince Carter(GSW): 41.9


SEASON STANDINGS

Order By Division:

Eastern Conference

Atlantic
New York (39-14)
Philadelphia (29-24)
Toronto (27-26)
New Jersey (20-33)
Boston (17-36)

Central
Detroit (35-16)
Milwaukee (33-17)
Cleveland (31-19)
Chicago (23-26)
Indiana (23-28)

Southeast
Atlanta (28-23)
Charlotte (22-28)
Miami (24-29)
Washington (19-33)
Orlando (13-39)

Western Conference

Northwest
Denver (37-16)
Utah (31-20)
Seattle (29-21)
Portland (21-30)
Minnesota (17-36)

Pacific
Golden State (30-23)
Phoenix (26-27)
LA Clippers (25-27)
Sacramento (23-30)
LA Lakers (18-32)

Southwest
Memphis (33-20)
New Orleans (29-23)
Houston (28-25)
Dallas (25-25)
San Antonio (22-30)


Order By League:

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5


POWER RANKINGS

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MVP CANDIDATES

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PLAYERS OF THE MONTH

January

East Player of the Month
West Player of the Month
East Rookie of the Month
West Rookie of the Month

December

East Player of the Month
West Player of the Month
East Rookie of the Month
West Rookie of the Month

November

East Player of the Month
West Player of the Month
East Rookie of the Month
West Rookie of the Month
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Postby John WB on Mon Jan 24, 2005 8:01 am

got milk? Rookie Challenge
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The Starting Lineups:
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First, the Sophmores..

at Forward, from the Chicago Bulls
Michael Sweetney

the Center, from the Sacramento Kings
Chris Bosh

a Guard, from the Orlando Magic
Dwayne Wade

Forward, from the San Antonio Spurs
Carmelo Anthony

and at Guard, from the Golden State Warriors
LeBron James

now, the Rookies..

at Center, from the Memphis Grizzlies
Rafael Araujo

a Guard, from the Orlando Magic
Devin Harris

at Forward, from the San Antonio Spurs
Andres Nocioni

at Guard, from the Memphis Grizzlies
Ben Gordon

and a Forward, from the Sacramento Kings
Dwight Howard

the Rookies bench

Rookie vs. Sophmore Game

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King James (pictured) was the offense of the Sophmores.

The first half saw Carmelo Anothony have to sit out with an injury. But fortunately the injury was not anything serious and 'Melo was able to play for the second half.

At halftime, LeBron James was the games scoring leader with 20 first-half points. PG's Dwayne Wade and rookie Devin Harris had 4 assists each.

LeBron James finished with a game-high 40 points. Not enough for the MVP, Carmelo Anthony won it posting 28 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals. 'Melo hit 4 of 7 from the 3-pt line.

MVP:

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Carmelo Anothony wins MVP of the Rookie/Sophmore Game.

MVP: Carmelo Anthony

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Melo injured
King James Dunk
HALFTIME REPORT
Michael Sweetney injured
GAME SUMMARY
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Postby John WB on Tue Jan 25, 2005 4:36 am

Denver, Colorado, get on your feet and welcome the 2005 3-Point Shootout Participants.

From the New York Knicks,
Tracy McGrady

From the Toronto Raptors,
Eddie Jones

From the Dallas Mavericks,
Darrell Armstrong

From the Washington Wizards,
Donyell Marshall

From the Miami Heat,
Gilbert Arenas

From the Detroit Pistons,
Mike Bibby

From the Minnesota Timberwolves,
Peja Stojakovic

And from the Denver Nuggets,
Chauncey Billups

The Participants
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Foot Locker 3 Point Shootout

First Round

Tracy McGrady
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T-Mac had a bad start, but was able to put enough in to give him a chance. After scoring 16, McGrady had to wait in an anctipation of whether he would be moving on or not.
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Eddie Jones
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After a weak start, Jones got on fire hitting on 14 of 16 shots, but missing 2 money balls.
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Darrell Armstrong
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Kenny thought he uses a lot of energy in his shot. Armstrong shot the lights just missing the last 4 money balls. The score would be good enough to put him in first place.
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Donyell Marshall
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Marshall scored a 13, the lowest score so far. Missing the entire fourth rack hurt his chances.
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Gilbert Arenas
Kenny: "He can just shoot." And he did. 22 was enough to put him in a tie for first place.
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Mike Bibby
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Mike Bibby struggled to put the ball though the hoop and his score showed it.
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Peja Stojakovic
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Peja took over the shootout missing only one shot and clearing three racks. The score put him in first place.
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Chauncey Billups
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Last season's Finals MVP fell just a money ball short of forcing a tiebreaker for the final spot in the next round. Only hitting for one on the final rack killed his chances.
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The Scoreboard
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Semi-Finals

Tracy McGrady
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T-Mac shot much better in the Semis clearing the first and final racks.
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Eddie Jones
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Jones bested T-Macs performance hitting on all shots, but four money balls. Enough for first place.
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Gilbert Arenas
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Arenas was left hoping for another chance, but the eight was not good enough to put him into the finals or the fans. The fans let him hear it for his poor performance.
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Darrell Armstrong
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Armstrong shot a respectable 18, but it was not enough to put him in the Finals.
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Peja Stojakovic
Unfortunately for Peja, there are no redos.
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The Scoreboard
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Finals

Tracy McGrady
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McGrady was the only player who up'ed his score each round. 21 gave him a good chance at taking the Championship.
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Eddie Jones
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Eddie Jones' score was good, but not enough to win the shoot out.
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The Scoreboard
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T-MAC WINS SHOOTOUT
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