Nov 20, 2013; New York, NY, USA; New York Knicks shooting guard Iman Shumpert (21) reacts to a foul call late during the fourth quarter of a game against the Indiana Pacers at Madison Square Garden. The Pacers defeated the Knicks 103-96 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

What They're Saying: New York Knicks Links

The New York Knicks are 3-10, fresh off of another disappointing loss to the Portland Trailblazers. The Knicks don’t play again until Wednesday, so in the meantime, we’re left to sit in our own sorrow, and surely, there will be talk of finger-pointing, trades, firings, etc. On this quiet day, let’s have a look at what the rest of the internet is saying.

– Howard Beck, now of Bleacher Report, delivered two solid pieces. 1.) Despite his first sit-down interview in seven years, James Dolan still has questions to answer. Beck kind of hits it on the head — Dolan answered questions, but they lacked much coherence, and frankly, nobody felt any more knowledgeable or understanding by the end of the interview. And 2.) After a face-off last week, there is a gulf between the Knicks and Pacers.

– A bit more on James Dolan: He banned Woody Allen from the VIP restaurant in Madison Square Garden because Allen didn’t want to take part in promotional work for an MSG airing of some of his films.

– Prior to last night’s game, Alan Hahn discussed how the Knicks struggle in third quarters. Against the Blazers, the Knicks actually had a winning quarter — very unusual — and notched 30 points, but it still wasn’t nearly enough.

– Robin Lundberg and Chris Herring chatted about the Knicks’ problems from within the team and the locker room on a podcast. Yup, the Knicks are bad.

– On a lighter note: J.R. Smith was in a funny Foot Locker commercial!

The Knicks play the Los Angeles Clippers tomorrow night. On national TV, too!

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