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New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards 4/3/15: Video Highlights and Recap

The Washington Wizards looked to build a bit of momentum on Friday night when they took on the New York Knicks. The Wizards had won two of their last three and faced a reeling Knicks squad that had lost eight straight and 10 of 11. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Phil Jackson's New York Knicks Era Actually Begins Now

Phil Jackson is on the clock with the New York Knicks starting now. Well, now-ish. With the Knicks sporting a franchise-worst record, Jackson's time at the helm of a franchise he's supposed to be saving resembles a spectacular failure. Show More Summary

4 New York Knicks Who Shouldn't Return Next Season

The New York Knicks may be the worst team in the NBA, but in the second half a handful of players have stepped up in an effort to earn a place on next year's squad. For every Andrea Bargnani or Alexey Shved, however, there are also members of the team demonstrating that New York will probably be better off without them. Show More Summary

Gortat and Beal Lead Wizards Past Knicks 101-87

Marcin Gortat scored 19 points, Bradley Beal added 18, and the Washington Wizards defeated the New York Knicks 101-87 on Friday night.

Cleanthony Early Injury: Updates on Knicks Forward's Ankle and Return

The injury bug has hovered around the New York Knicks throughout the 2014-15 season, and it bit Cleanthony Early Friday night against the Washington Wizards. Continue for updates. Early Sprains Left Ankle vs. Wizards Friday, April 3 The Knicks announced that Early sprained his left ankle in the first half and wouldn't be able to return. Show More Summary

Wizards' Pierce and Nene out against Knicks

The Washington Wizards rested forwards Paul Pierce and Nene for Friday night's game against the last-place New York Knicks.

Phil Jackson Says ‘Forget About the Triangle’

As the New York Knicks limp towards the merciful end of a disastrous season, tagged with an NBA worst 14-61 record, team president Phil Jackson continues to sell the fanbase The post Phil Jackson Says ‘Forget About the Triangle’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Gigi Hadid & Cody Simpson Share Some Courtside PDA!

Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson share a cute kiss while sitting in courtside seats at the New York Knicks vs. Brooklyn Nets basketball game on Wednesday (April 1) at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The cute couple showed off a lot of PDA during the game, which was won by the Nets by [...]

Carmelo Anthony Reportedly Won't Sit on Knicks' Bench Due to Injury Concerns

Carmelo Anthony has been around his New York Knicks teammates more often recently, but the superstar forward has reportedly refused to sit on the bench during games for a very interesting reason. According to Marc Berman of the New York...Show More Summary

Liv Tyler & Dave Gardner Take Their Sons to a Knicks Game!

Liv Tyler and her partner Dave Gardner sit in courtside seats at the New York Knicks vs Brooklyn Nets basketball game held at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (April 1) in New York City. The couple was joined by Liv‘s son Milo and Dave‘s son Grey for the family night out while their newborn baby [...]

How to Build the New York Knicks Backcourt of the Future

Forget big men. The New York Knicks need to give guards some love this offseason—especially a draftee in China and a free agent in Dallas whose name does not rhyme with Hondo. Backcourt refurbishment could satisfy some of the Knicks'...Show More Summary

Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks 4/1/15: Video Highlights and Recap

The Brooklyn Nets looked to continue their late-season playoff push when they took on the New York Knicks on Wednesday night. The Nets had won four straight and six of their last seven. They faced a Knicks squad that had lost seven straight and nine of their last 10. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Brook Lopez Cleans Up the Glass and Scores the Game-Winning Tip-in for the Nets

The Battle of the Boroughs came down to the wire at Madison Square Garden. Brook Lopez came up big for the Brooklyn Nets. Watch the video above as Lopez crashes the paint and scores the game-winning tip-in. The New York Knicks' nightmare season continues. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Which Final Four Prospect Is the Best Draft Fit for the New York Knicks?

The NCAA's Final Four teams are set, and there is plenty of talent to watch. With the New York Knicks almost locked into a top-four NBA draft pick, Phil Jackson should have several players to consider just from Duke and Kentucky alone. Who do the Knicks take with the top pick? If the Knicks strike out and get the No. Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Fact: The Golden State Warriors won more games in the month of March (16) than the New York Knicks have all season (14). Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

NIT 2015: Semifinals Scores, Updated Bracket and Championship Schedule

The New York Knicks may be in the midst of a disappointing season, but there will still be a championship won in Madison Square Garden this year. The NIT shifted to the bright lights of New York City Tuesday for the semifinals. Temple...Show More Summary

Your NBA Announcing Schedule for 3/31 – 4/5

Tuesday, March 31 San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat (TNT 8 pm) Kevin Harlan, Steve Smith Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Clippers (TNT 10:30 pm) Kevin Calabro, Mike Fratello Wednesday, April 1 Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks (NBAtv 7:30...Show More Summary

Phil Jackson Asks Knicks Fans to ‘Remain Optimistic’

In addition to consulting basketball dieties—and seeking their forgiveness for the team’s play this season—New York Knicks team president Phil Jackson says there’s a “clear plan” in place for the The post Phil Jackson Asks Knicks Fans to ‘Remain Optimistic’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Steph Curry, James Harden Have More Wins Than the Knicks This Season

Need a reminder of just how irretrievably crappy the New York Knicks are this season. Okay, here it comes. Per Bleacher Report’s Adam Fromal: Holy. Freaking. Shit. Entering Monday night, the Knicks are a very Knicks-ian 14-60. James Harden and Stephen Curry are the league’s top-two win-share accumulators; they each have more than 14. That’s […]

Phil Jackson gives upbeat message to Knicks season-ticket holders

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It's been a season to forget for the New York Knicks, and that's why team President Phil Jackson is doing what he can to keep season-ticket holders from leaving.

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