Like the Friends of Knicks Vision tab, we assume visitors here are likely trying to find something out about the site. Well, don’t hear it from us (Dan and Jeremy), hear it from people who have read what we’ve written in the past and have actually liked it:
Clearly, Dan has a bright future ahead of him which is more than I can say for just about everyone else at Media Day, myself included.
As I saw Dan work the room I started thinking that for most of Dan’s life the Knicks have been a losing team? Think about that. He’s never heard the sound of the Garden during a heated playoff game. All he knows about the Knicks is that April 15th is tax day as well as the hour that basketball ends at MSG.
I found this Knicks blog over the summer thanks to Dan’s Twitter account. There are already a few great Knicks blog sites I read all the time so when I found this site I was a bit skeptical because for the few great sites I have found I have also read many Knicks blogs not worth the time to read.
But when Knicks Media Day arrived and I saw that Dan was able to attend Media Day I must say I was very impressed. Not just because he attended Media Day but because he showed how serious he was about providing fans with great content and insight on his blog. Then he followed that up by providing personal one-on-one interviews with all the Knick beat writers which really was great stuff.
With the season under way Knicks Vision provides recaps for every game and continues to deliver tons of news and info throughout the day. As a huge Knicks fan myself I am glad to have found this site and look forward to visiting this site on a daily basis for years to come.
~@BigBlueAL1980, a weekly commentator at Knicks Vision
Dan Miranda and KnicksVision.com emerged on the Knicks’ blogging scene like a force of nature, decimating all other pundits who have had the displeasure to lay in their paths. From game stories, to rumors, to analysis and opinion, KnicksVision.com is second to none. The earnestness, passion, and knowledge that Dan brings to the table makes me proud to associate with him and his blog. These same qualities remove any element of surprise from the fact that despite being in its relative nascency, KnicksVision.com is fast becoming a go-to source of information for Knicks fans of all stripes.
Whether on the blog, on Twitter, or very frequently at the games themselves, Dan and KnicksVision.com are go-to sources for everything Knicks.
Thoughtful, reasonable, but ever hopeful, Knicks Vision is a daily must-read for the discerning Knicks fan. Dan Miranda and Jeremy Snyder strike an admirable balance on KV, entertaining both the Knicks-loving and clear-thinking hemispheres of our brains. They’re also fine bros, and, to my knowledge, neither has any cannibalistic tendencies. For news, opinions, and game breakdowns, Knicks Vision is a terrific up-and-coming resource.
When it comes to sports writing, Dan Miranda is a natural. He gets the story, whether it’s capturing the heart of the team, the plight of the athlete, or the pace of the game. Dan’s work is a pleasure to read, and as someone who has edited his work, I can confirm that he is also a pleasure to work with. KnicksVision.com is a blog I’ll watch closely.
~Adina Genn, Writer, Editor, Author
For such a young journalist, Dan Miranda certainly could work as a professional right now. Knicks Vision is one of the most consistent and objective Knicks blogs on the web. Although it has a simplistic feel, Knicks Vision covers the latest news, rumors, and opinions.
Miranda is great kid and knows how to make time to work on this excellent blog. Be on the lookout because he could hit it big time in the next couple of years.
~Lucas Shapiro, Dime Magazine