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Knicks 91, Sixers 83: Game Recap

The Knicks finally got a easy win this season, albeit against the worst excuse of a tanking franchise in the NBA that is the Philadelphia 76ers. The final score was much closer than the game actually felt, as the Knicks were once up by as much as 20 points in the third quarter. The Knicks also welcomed back Jose Calderon to the starting lineup and he instantly made a difference in...
Via Turn On The Knicks
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Knicks' Calderon makes debut against 76ers

NEW YORK (AP) Jose Calderon is making his season debut Saturday for the New York Knicks after missing the first 13 games with a strained right calf. Calderon is in the starting lineup against the Philadelphia 76ers. Coach Derek Fisher says the veteran from Spain is a ''selfless'' player who ''kind of bonds people together'' and can help a team that came in with a 3-10 record. Fisher...
Via AP on Fox
4 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Knicks Expect To Get Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani Back Saturday

According to the New York Post, the New York Knicks will likely be getting back injured players Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani on Saturday when they face the Philadelphia 76ers. Both men would make their season debut at a time when the Knicks desperately need them to help improve their 3-10 record. Calderon was the biggest off-season acquisition picked up in a trade that sent...
Via Basketball Bicker
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Knicks Injury Update: Andrea Bargnani, Jose Calderon expected to return to practice this week

The New York Knicks defeated the Denver Nuggets on Sunday by the score of 109-93 to snap a seven-game losing streak. At 3-8, the Knicks sit in fourth in the Atlantic Division, five and a half games behind the Toronto Raptors. On the injury front, it appears that Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani could return soon, as both are expected to return to practice this week. By Keith Allison...
Via NBA Injury News
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Shane Larkin vs. Jose Calderon

At first Jose Calderon only had a minor injury. When he missed the first game of the season, we all figured it was only because the team didn’t want him to overdo it with both games of a back-to-back. Then, it typical Knicks fashion, it was announced that he would be out 2-3 weeks with a strained calf. But is that such a bad thing? Maybe it’s just me, but I only see Calderon...
Via Turn On The Knicks
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Knicks guard Jose Calderon out at least 2 weeks

New York Knicks point guard Jose Calderon is expected to miss 2 weeks with a strained calf muscle. Derek Fisher expects the guard to be back in “in a few weeks”. Calderon missed the final two preseason games after being injured October 20th. Calderon’s absence means an increased role for guard Shane Larkin, who has been starting in is place to start the season. The post Knicks...
Via Basketball Bicker
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Knicks News: Jose Calderon a perfect fit for the triangle offense

Newcomer Jose Calderon played 26 minutes, a preseason high, in the New York Knicks 84-77 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. He did not score any points, but he did add three steals. His effort on both ends of the court this preaseason shows how he is a good fit for the Knicks' triangle.Image by Sefedin Gashi, via Wikimedia CommonsCalderon had his best preseason game against...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

The Tricky Case of Jose Calderon, and Micro and Macro Analysis

There’s been a really interesting shift among a subset of basketball analytics writers (myself included) towards much more micro-level analytics than we’ve previously seen. For a long time, the focus of analytics was on proving which player is better than which other player. ORTG/DRTG, On/Off court +/-, PER, and RAPM were all the focuses of writing and analysis that itself tried...
Via Analytics Game
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

One Question Facing Every Knicks’ Starter

Jose Calderon Can Calderon defend well enough to help New York reach the playoffs? We all know Calderon can shoot it. He has shot above 40% from deep the last two seasons and maintains a 41% average for his career. He’ll likely fill the same role in the Triangle Offense that Derek Fisher filled during his time in LA by knocking down open shots as defenses collapse on Carmelo Anthony...
Via TopSportsReport
September 17, 2014  |  Discuss

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