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Another great week in the NBA has been wrapped up and once again there are many important headlines to cover this week here at Buckets Over Broadway in my NBA Weekly Notebook.
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Carmelo Anthony and Mike Woodson seem to understand finger-pointing will do the Knicks no good as they struggle early on this season.
Happiness has become an offshore concept in the Big Apple, where the Knicks have lost nine straight and share last place in the Eastern Conference with the Milwaukee Bucks .
It has been a dreadful start to the 2013-14 season for the New York Knicks , who opened with a record of 3-13.
The Knicks, now a horrible 3-13, suffered as heartbreaking a loss as they have experienced all season, New Orleans played most of the game without its best player, Anthony Davis, who left with 1:33 remaining in the first quarter after breaking a bone in his left hand.
Knicks head coach Mike Woodson received a vote of confidence earlier this season, but the team has lost seven straight games since.
Tempers continue to flare as the New York Knicks discover losing isn't all peaches, cream and 112 sing-a-longs .
New York Knicks Andrea Bargnani , Kenyon Martin , Carmelo Anthony , J.R. Smith , and Iman Shumpert at Madison Square Garden in New York on Nov. 20 This season marks the first that the National Basketball Association is allowing teams to sell advertising space on the court.
Despite all the aggravation, all the hand-wringing and teeth-gnashing, they are only three games out of first place in what ought to be renamed the Atlantis Division of the NBA.
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The slumping New York Knicks are back at Madison Square Garden, but that hasn't exactly been a good thing this season.
Carmelo Anthony missed a contested, 14-foot jumper at the buzzer, and the Denver Nuggets hung on for a 97-95 victory over the New York Knicks and their former star player on Friday night.
The Knicks and Nets, who both had title aspirations, sit way at the bottom of the East standings.
During a seven-game losing streak, it's easy for a team to blow up by virtue of finger-pointing.