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Posted Friday, February 17, 2012 11:36 AM

Knicks kill "Linsanity" with signing of Smith

If you thought Carmelo Anthony’s imminent return to the New York Knicks lineup was going to put an end to “Linsanity”, just wait until J.R. Smith takes the floor at MSG.

The New York Post is reporting that the Knicks are going to sign the free-agent guard, who is almost as bad as Anthony when it comes to stopping an offense dead in its tracks. Smith never took a shot he didn’t like, which makes him even worse than Anthony, who at least hits some of those terrible tosses.

Funny enough, Smith and Anthony played together in Denver, with Smith coming off the bench in place of Melo most nights. It’s no wonder these two are good buddies, they both subscribe to the same style of me-first basketball.

Don’t expect Jeremy Lin to act as anything more than a go-between when either Anthony or Smith are on the wing.

This is the end of Linsanity as we know it…

Posted Sunday, February 05, 2012 12:42 PM

Pats, Giants have bad Super Bowl karma

I’m all for superstition when it comes to sports. Anything you think will help win the game probably can - and will.

And with that comes good karma. I’m not a tree hugger, but I do enjoy the occasional cup of herbal tea and I do believe in keeping a positive energy heading into big events like the Super Bowl.

And neither the Patriots nor the Giants have done that in the hours leading up to Super Bowl XLVI.

It started last night, when the Giants’ website accidentally posted a celebratory page, congratulating themselves on a win over the Patriots in Sunday’s Super Bowl – 24 hours before the game even started.

Oops!

Then in the early hours of Super Sunday, news spread that New England had cut receiver Tiquan Underwood the night before the Big Game to make room for defensive lineman Alex Silvestro from the practice squad.

Harsh.

You may or may not buy into the case for bad karma, but which team has angered the football gods more with their moves – the Giants' premature celebration or the Pats' cutthroat cut?