Hot off the NY Presses!

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    The best part was when the Knicks fans booed their own team off of the court.

    Compare that to the Boston Garden, last year, when the Celtics lost to the Heat, and the Celtics were serenaded, by lets go Celtics!

    Apparenty, many New Yorkers are their own fans, and not Knick fans.

    I have had the chance to live in both places and give me Boston every time. 

     
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    You all are delusional.  Your win last night was a waste of everybodys time.  Knicks are the younger, better team + will advance,  and you all will learn to respect that fact sooner or later.



    Look who is dillusional.  Last I saw NY wasn't younger but the oldest team in the league.  Talk about waste of time,  NY will probably go out in 5-6 games against the Heat, (if they make it that far).  The C's would give a better fight again the Heat.  

    All those little smug smiles are starting to leave those faces in NY.   Idiotic quotes from a bunch of guys the have done NOTHING except talk their whole career.  Haven't won a playoff series in FOREVER, yet talking trash. Unbelievable.

    I can see the headlines already when the Knicks have lost their final game.  "We had a good year and have really grown,  now we know what we need to do to take the next step next year"   and we just need ________   _______________   ____  (you fill in the excuses)

     
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    You all are delusional.  Your win last night was a waste of everybodys time.  Knicks are the younger, better team + will advance,  and you all will learn to respect that fact sooner or later.



    Buwahaha, you guys have the better players so it must be galling to lose 2 in a row this way.  Take your classless attitude elsewhere.

     
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    You all are delusional.  Your win last night was a waste of everybodys time.  Knicks are the younger, better team + will advance,  and you all will learn to respect that fact sooner or later.



    You sound like JR Smith.     LOL

     

     
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    You all are delusional.  Your win last night was a waste of everybodys time.  Knicks are the younger, better team + will advance,  and you all will learn to respect that fact sooner or later.

     



    Younger? No - A better team? Not the past several seasons and 2-games - Will advance? I agree, the Knicks will advance to the off-season on Sunday! 

     

    Go Celtics! 

     
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    You all are delusional.  Your win last night was a waste of everybodys time.  Knicks are the younger, better team + will advance,  and you all will learn to respect that fact sooner or later.



    Oh bye the way! Please thank K-Mart and JR Smith for waking our "old guys" up!

    Collectively, they handed out the best assist of the series! 

     
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    Following Martin's lead, Knicks players bring black clothing to Garden for Game 

    Following the lead of Kenyon Martin, several of the Knicks players had black jackets and black slacks hanging in their lockers before tonight’s potential Game 5 closeout game vs. the Celtics.

    The ploy was conceived after Celtics guard Jason Terry told Martin after Game 4’s Celtics victory that Boston was not going to let the Knicks dance at their funeral. Martin commented after Game 4 that he would have his teammates dress in black for a funeral Wednesday.

    “All black, all the time,’’ one Knick said before tonight’s game.

    When Doc Rivers was asked about the Knicks wearing black, the Celtics coach said, “So did I.’’

    Terry said yesterday he didn't care if the Knicks wore "white, pink, blue or green.''



    Wearing black to their own funeral must have put them in a morose and deflated frame of mind.  Maybe they need to watch Semi-Pro for fashion help.

     
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    Now we know!

     
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    Get that sh*t out of here!

     
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    Ugh Spike, the game is over! You look like you have just attended a funeral!

     

     
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    Now we know!



    Is that Keanu Reeves?   LOL

     

     
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    We aint dead yet!!! The C's might be the last men standing!!

     
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    The best part was when the Knicks fans booed their own team off of the court.

    Compare that to the Boston Garden, last year, when the Celtics lost to the Heat, and the Celtics were serenaded, by lets go Celtics!

    Apparenty, many New Yorkers are their own fans, and not Knick fans.

    I have had the chance to live in both places and give me Boston every time. 


    How classless of the NY fans to boo their players. 

     
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    +1 nice Ortiz!!! 

     
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    +1 nice Ortiz!!! 

     



    LOL...

     
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    Mike Woodson upset with Knicks

    Updated: May 2, 2013, 4:25 PM ET By Ian Begley | Special to ESPNNewYork.com

     Knicks Wear Funeral Black To Game Bruce Bowen, Mark Schlereth and Asante Samuel discuss the decision by Knicks players to wear "funeral black" to the game on Wednesday.

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson said he was "upset" that his team wore all black on Wednesday before Game 5 of the Knicks-Celtics series to mimic a funeral for Boston.

    "I'm a little upset about that, and I've addressed that," Woodson said after practice on Thursday. "... Things like that have just got to be, just kept outside the game and just concentrate on playing basketball."

    Mike Woodson says he's spoken to his players about their antics

    The Celtics trailed in the series 3-1, heading into Game 5 and forced a Game 6 with a 92-86 win at Madison Square Garden.

    Kenyon Martin reportedly told his teammates after their Game 4 loss in Boston to wear black to Game 5, "funeral black," he said, in anticipation of the Knicks eliminating the Celtics.

    Woodson said he did not know about the team's plan before the game. The coach said he learned about it Thursday morning and expressed his disappointment.

    He said he "absolutely" would have prohibited the Knicks from wearing black if he had known about the idea.

    "I made reference to our guys, you need to stay out of the papers and just concentrate on playing. That's not important. What you're wearing doesn't have anything to do with how you play on the basketball floor," Woodson said.

    He added: "I've addressed that with our players, and that's enough. The game is played on the floor, and that's where it should be played."

    The Celtics are the 11th team in NBA history to force a Game 6 after trailing 3-0 in a best-of-seven series. Three teams have won Game 6.

    Woodson insisted on Thursday that his team is still confident heading into Game 6 in Boston.

    "We're confident. We're 3-2 in the series and still facing a close-out game. I feel pretty good about it, and our guys feel good," Woodson said. "We just got to go give back what we gave away last night. We got to go back there and try and figure it out tomorrow night."

    The Knicks have not won a playoff series since 2000.

     
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    Knicks fans, time to tap panic button

    Smells like 2004 all over again as 'Bockers can't can Celtics in second attempt Updated: May 2, 2013, 4:13 AM ET By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

    Celtics Hang On To Force Game 6 Highlight Of The Night: Paul Pierce poured in 16 points and Kevin Garnett added 16 points and 18 rebounds in the Celtics' 92-86 win over the Knicks.

    NEW YORK -- Go ahead and be afraid, New Yorkers. Your basketball team just wore black to another team's burial -- a really dumb thing to do -- only for that team to rise from the crypt and turn this first-round series into something more frightening than a zombie film. 

    So yes, be afraid, Knicks fans. Be very, very afraid.

     
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    NEW YORK -- Go ahead and be afraid, New Yorkers. Your basketball team just wore black to another team's burial -- a really dumb thing to do -- only for that team to rise from the crypt and turn this first-round series into something more frightening than a zombie film. 

    So yes, be afraid, Knicks fans. Be very, very afraid.

     



    Afraid of what?  We up 3-2 and still in the driver seat, fool.  The real funeral is Friday and I'll be dancing on it.

     



    Is this JR Smith? Are you sure you want to make that prediction again? 

    The Knicks are in the drivers seat of a car heading over a cliff! Fasten your seat belts boys!! You are in for a bumpy ride! 

     
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    For Carmelo Anthony and Knicks, it could soon be five players and a funeral

    This is still Anthony’s show on Friday night. The Knicks are his team. He wanted his money here, wanted the New York stage. Now, even with this kind of big Game 6 out of town, here it all is for him. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2013, 12:40 AM        

    AL BELLO, HOWARD SIMMONS/GETTY IMAGES, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

    Carmelo Anthony knows Knicks are now in precarious position despite fact they are only ones who can win series with Celts Friday night. Losing two closeout games can do that.

     

    This is no game in Chump Town on Friday night, the place where the idea was hatched for the Knicks to show up in black because, look out, they were going to bury the Boston Celtics, who have won 17 championships in their history compared to two for the New York Knicks. No. This is a big Game 6 in Boston, where the Knicks get another chance to put the Celtics away and Carmelo Anthony gets the chance to win the kind of game great players are supposed to win for their teams.

    No. 7, trying to stay away from Game 7.

    Carmelo Anthony hasn’t been the one talking for the Knicks, by the way. Or coming up with the dumb idea about being men in black. The talking has been done by J.R. Smith, who threw the elbow at Jason Terry that still might end up ruining everything for his team.

    Then Smith said this about Terry: “Who? I don’t know who that is.” Somebody should have given him a heads-up, reminded him that Terry is another Celtic with one more championship than he has, a player who got right up on the Miami Heat a few years ago when the Mavericks beat them straight up in the Finals, and never backed up. Jason Terry isn’t the player he was then. Still isn’t afraid. When the money was on the table Wednesday night at the Garden, it was Smith who played scared — after a season of such fearless play — and Terry who did not.

    It also wasn’t Anthony’s idea for the Knicks to show up in black, as a form of sartorial trash talk. That came from Kenyon Martin, and reminded you that for all the good, tough things he has done for the Knicks since they signed him, maybe there was a reason why he was out of work for as long as he was.

    But this is still Anthony’s show on Friday night. The Knicks are his team. He wanted his money here, wanted the New York stage. Now, even with this kind of big Game 6 out of town, here it all is for him. He is richer and more famous than ever, gets to play basketball exactly the way he wants, which means shoot every chance he gets.

     
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    For Carmelo Anthony and Knicks, it could soon be five players and a funeral

    This is still Anthony’s show on Friday night. The Knicks are his team. He wanted his money here, wanted the New York stage. Now, even with this kind of big Game 6 out of town, here it all is for him. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2013, 12:40 AM        

    AL BELLO, HOWARD SIMMONS/GETTY IMAGES, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

    Carmelo Anthony knows Knicks are now in precarious position despite fact they are only ones who can win series with Celts Friday night. Losing two closeout games can do that.

     

    This is no game in Chump Town on Friday night, the place where the idea was hatched for the Knicks to show up in black because, look out, they were going to bury the Boston Celtics, who have won 17 championships in their history compared to two for the New York Knicks. No. This is a big Game 6 in Boston, where the Knicks get another chance to put the Celtics away and Carmelo Anthony gets the chance to win the kind of game great players are supposed to win for their teams.

    No. 7, trying to stay away from Game 7.

    Carmelo Anthony hasn’t been the one talking for the Knicks, by the way. Or coming up with the dumb idea about being men in black. The talking has been done by J.R. Smith, who threw the elbow at Jason Terry that still might end up ruining everything for his team.

    Then Smith said this about Terry: “Who? I don’t know who that is.” Somebody should have given him a heads-up, reminded him that Terry is another Celtic with one more championship than he has, a player who got right up on the Miami Heat a few years ago when the Mavericks beat them straight up in the Finals, and never backed up. Jason Terry isn’t the player he was then. Still isn’t afraid. When the money was on the table Wednesday night at the Garden, it was Smith who played scared — after a season of such fearless play — and Terry who did not.

    It also wasn’t Anthony’s idea for the Knicks to show up in black, as a form of sartorial trash talk. That came from Kenyon Martin, and reminded you that for all the good, tough things he has done for the Knicks since they signed him, maybe there was a reason why he was out of work for as long as he was.

    But this is still Anthony’s show on Friday night. The Knicks are his team. He wanted his money here, wanted the New York stage. Now, even with this kind of big Game 6 out of town, here it all is for him. He is richer and more famous than ever, gets to play basketball exactly the way he wants, which means shoot every chance he gets.



    Great article.  Thanks for posting it

     
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