The Glory-torium is now open in the basement of this blog, check your cynicism at the door. Knock three times and give the doorman the secret words, "Christmas in July".

Ladies and Gentlemen: The Gloritorium

Carmelo Anthony 10/16/13: "I don't want to put a cap on what's a successful season or what's a failure [of a] season for us."

Saturday, August 9, 2014

The One That Got Away

Khalid El Amin drives for the basket.
Later drills a three pointer for the win in Jim Calhoun's Charity game.

Friday, August 8, 2014

And he is ready for action

No, It's him! Travis Knight!

Game Time.

Can't wait to see him get some minutes.

But wait.  He's not walking to the bench.

He's walking out the tunnel!

Must need to relieve himself.

Maybe It's a Dream

Travis Knight at the start of the Calhoun Charity game.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Thinking aloud



Likely to Resign:


Likely to leave:


Tradebait :




Sunday, May 12, 2013

Rough Stretch

The losses the Knicks have been taking first from Boston and now from Indiana are, IMO, growing pains.  This is a different experience for Carmelo and it shows.  But for Chandler, Kidd, Amare, and Richardson this should be familiar territory.

Woodson, I think needs to once again begin to mix-in the bench.  Copeland can flat-out score.  The return of Amare if used correctly can also help.  But for the Knicks to take the Indy series, JR needs to get back to being a scoring menace.  If his woes continue, Copeland, Novak, Felton, and Q will need to bring it.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Let's Make It Two in a Row

Congrats to JR for winning sixth man.  He's our Dwayne Wade.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Looking For a Win Today

It's been a long time for these Knicks.  Here's to a decisive win today at the Garden.

The biggest mystery at this moment is whether or not Copeland will start.  Seems to me he's earned a shot at it.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Playoff Time

This blog has been in hibernation for a while.  However, I'm looking forward to the renewal of the Celtics - Knicks rivalry.

In the past two days we've seen Kurt Thomas and Rasheed Wallace retire and the Knicks replace them with Quentin Richardson and Earl Barron both of whom are former Knicks who played for lesser teams.  Glad to see them back.

Grunwald is making Dolan look good.

Sunday, November 27, 2011


Season's about to fire up again.  Time to sign a FA or two.  Francisco Elson would be a nice pick-up IMO.


Ye Newe Glory-torium

Here, dear readers, is the final resting place of all weary Knicks fans. Yes, here is where one comes when James Dolan extends yet another contract, when the Knicks trade for yet another ambulatory star, or when said fan simply hits 'rock' bottom. In short, "the ship be" eternally "sinking" here. Welcome aboard, rearrange the deck chairs as you please.