They hung on to beat Boston last night.
New York's astounding comeback in San Antonio lifted them to 6-0.
Our weekly look at the Knicks' rotation.
One of New York's bigger off-season acquisitions is finally healthy enough to play.
That'll test their defense.
He might not even play!
They had no choice, really.
"I know that everyone here, and around America watching, has in their thoughts and their abiding concerns, those who are affected by the tragedy of the Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath."
Well, unless you're willing to drop hundreds to thousands of dollars to watch the Knicks and Nets play.
Amar'e will miss at least the first couple games of the season. How will the Knicks fill in around him?
The Knicks would be scrambling at shooting guard without him.
Injuries and newcomers make the two-guard spot New York's chief point of uncertainty.
Another wacky uncle has arrived in New York.
Day one of Mike Woodson's training camp was today.
Everybody's in the best shape of their lives, and everybody's contending for a championship.
Dave Hopla is his name, and he very rarely misses.