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    Default December 9,2011



    "Free agent center Tyson Chandler agrees to sign a 4 year $58 million dollar contract with the NY Knicks who were in desperate need of a starting center."

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    This was one of the most surprising deals since it came so unexpectadly. Chandler has been worth every dollar since he has been here. I hope he helps us win a championship.

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    Default December 10,1991



    "The NY Knicks blow out the NJ Nets 114-88 to improve to 12-6.Patrick Ewing led the Knicks with 23 pts while Charles Oaklay had 12 rebounds."

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    Default December 11,1997



    "The NY Knicks beat the Minnesota T'wolves 107-103 to improve to 12-9.Patrick Ewing led the Knicks with 34 pts."

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    Default December 12,2010



    "The NY Knicks beat the Denver Nuggets 129-125 to win their 8th straight game. The Knicks were led by Amar'e Stoudemire's 30 pts and Wilson Chandler's 27 pts. Raymond Felton had an amazing 17 assists."

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    Interesting to look at the box score of this one and see the number of players that were involved in the Melo trade that took place a couple of months after this game. Wilson Chandler was probably the toughest player to see go in that trade.

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    Default December 13,1988



    "The NYK's beat the NJ Nets by a score of 121-100. Charles Oakley and Rod Strickland were the leading scores for the Knicks. They had a combined 35 pts."

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    +1 you have been holding this down homey

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    Originally Posted by Knicks4Life_1985
    +1 you have been holding this down homey
    Anytime! This thread has helped me to learn more about the history of the Knicks.

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    Default December 14,1996



    "The NY Knicks defeat the Denver Nuggets by a score of 89-82. Chris Childs led them with 20 pts and 9 assists."

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    Default December 15,1994



    "The NY Knicks beat the Sacramento Kings 94-84. Patrick Ewing led them with 27 pts."

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    Default December 16,2006



    "With about a minute and a half to go in the game NYK's guard Mardy Collins fouled Denver Nuggets guard JR Smith by slapping his arms around his neck and causing him to fall to the floor. NYK's guard Nate Robinson then gets tackled to the ground by Smith. After Robinson and Smith were seperated Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony punched Mardy Collins in the face. NYK's forward Jared Jeffries and Nate Robinson began to chase Anthony down the court afterwards but were restrained by coaches and teammates.All ten players that were on the court were ejected for the remaining seconds of the game."

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    This was probably one of the rarest moments during the Isiah Thomas era that the Knicks made the national headlines. There is no doubt in my mind that this brawl had more to do with Isiah Thomas and George Karl's disdain towards eachother than anything else. I've always believed that both coaches should have gotten fined after the altercation even though there isn't any evidence that coach Karl was trying to show up Isiah by leaving his stars on the floor so late in the game. One thing that we can learn from this brawl is to never hate a player on another team because you never know if that player is going to help your team win a championship some day.

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    Default December 17, 1991



    "The NYK's defeat the NJ Nets 102-94 to improve their record to 15-7.The Knicks were led by John Starks 27 pts."

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    Default December 18,1992



    "The NY Knicks blow out the Boston Celtics 113-87. Patrick Ewing led the Knicks with 30 pts."

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    Default December 19,1995



    "The NY Knicks beat the Miami Heat 89-70.Patrick Ewing led the Knicks with 18 pts and 16 boards."

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    Default December 20,2006



    "David Lee propels the NY Knicks to a 111-109 double over time victory against the Charlotte Bobcats with a game winning tip in. With .01 seconds left on the game clock and the score tied Jamal Crawford threw a pass over the rim from the sidelines and David Lee jumped in the air and tiped in the game winner using his right hand."

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    This was one of the rare bright spot for the Knicks during the Isiah Thomas era. I still think about this moment from time to time even though it took place years ago. The Knicks didn't have a bad team that season and I believe that they would have made the playoffs had everyone stood healthy. David Lee was my favorite Knick throughout those years.It is always good to know that he has managed to have a solid NBA career.

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    Default December 21,1991



    "The NYK's defeat the Utah Jazz by a score of 106-97 to improve their record to 16-7. Xavier McDaniel led the Knicks with 29 pts."

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