Most eyes gravitate toward the Los Angeles Lakers ahead of the 2015 NBA draft. There are teams in a rebuild, sure. Some, like the New York Knicks, already have a superstar in place (Carmelo Anthony) and a mastermind running the operation (president Phil Jackson). Show More Summary
New York Knicks President Phil Jackson griped this week that Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James travels a heckuva lot -- and Jackson has company. A video compilation of James appearing to take too many steps with the ball is traveling across the Internet. Show More Summary
New York has had a checkered record when selecting with the No.4 overall pick in the draft.
The New York Knicks need a lot of help if they want to rebuild in 2015-16. Luckily, with the fourth pick in the draft, the Knicks will be able to land a top talent on June 25. Who will the Knicks select with the No. 4 pick? What position...Show More Summary
Most seemed to shout the demise of the New York Knicks from the nearest skyscraper after the rebuilding organization suffered a setback by landing the fourth pick in the upcoming draft. With president Phil Jackson in control, though,...Show More Summary
NBA draft day is approaching fast, and with just days until commissioner Adam Silver takes the podium, what the New York Knicks plan to do with the fourth overall pick is anybody's guess. Rumors have pointed in just about every direction...Show More Summary
The Knicks might be open to trading down and have their sights set on Kaminsky. The New York Knicks are "debating" whether to keep the fourth overall pick or trade down in the hopes of acquiring a future first round pick, reports CBS Sports' Ken Berger. Show More Summary
In the event that the Knicks can't find a team willing to trade up for No. 4, do you think they'd actually pull the trigger and take Kaminsky? The post Report: New York Knicks Considering Frank Kaminsky With No. 4 Pick appeared first on SLAMonline.
Amid heavy criticism throughout women’s basketball, the New York Liberty today suspended an application for NBA Hall of Fame player Isiah Thomas to purchase a part of the team. Thomas, who formerly coached the New York Knicks and was that team’s president until he was fired in 2008, had sought to buy a piece of […]
When Madison Square Garden owner James Dolan announced that former Knicks coach Isiah Thomas was taking over the New York Liberty as president and co-owner, it seemed like a joke at first, since Thomas was convicted of sexually harassing...Show More Summary
Since arriving in New York, Tim Hardaway Jr. has gained a fair share of admirers among Knicks fans for his microwave scoring ability. It turns out he also has fans outside the Big Apple. Continue for updates. Pistons Eyeing Hardaway Monday,...Show More Summary
With money to spend, the New York Knicks will enter 2015 free agency dreaming big, but in all likelihood, they will struggle to bring in a marquee free agent. This shouldn't be too big of a concern for New York, however —this year'sShow More Summary
NBA trade rumors continue to circle the New York Knicks. Now big NBA draft day trades are causing some buzz, as several teams want the Knicks to deal that No. 4 overall selection. Knicks team president Phil Jackson won’t be short onShow More Summary
In an interview with The New York Times' Scott Cacciola, Phil Jackson tried to explain a heavily criticized tweet he sent during the NBA playoffs. During the second round of the playoffs, Jackson, whose Twitter feed is an adventure unto...Show More Summary
Knicks president Phil Jackson sat down for a Q&A with The New York Times this week, and things got a little weird. Aside from congratulating himself on doing a generally fine job with the Knicks and saying nothing that should convince anyone that his ideas about basketball have gotten less crappy, he addressed that really dumb tweet he sent during the playoffs. Read more...
Phil Jackson gave an interview to his favorite newspaper, the New York Times, and touched on his own inscrutable way on a lot of topics -- Isiah Thomas, Carmelo Anthony's surgery, the future of the Knicks and the Triangle -- but theShow More Summary
New York Knicks trade rumors link the team to the Phoenix Suns. A Knicks trade rumor indicates Eric Bledsoe and the No. 13 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft could be offered in exchange for the No. 4 overall selection. The Knicks own that No. Show More Summary
Eric Bledsoe being traded to the Knicks with a swap of first-round draft picks involved is apparently "an option" New York could pursue. The post Report: Eric Bledsoe-to-Knicks Trade ‘An Option’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The New York Knicks are on a mission to take on the perfect players to fit into Phil Jackson's triangle offense. After finishing the regular season at 17-65, the Knicks were awarded the No. 4 draft pick behind the Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers, respectively. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks are always at the epicenter of the NBA universe, and this summer should be no exception. After floundering to the tune of a franchise-worst 65 losses last season, New York is eyeing an action-packed few weeks full...Show More Summary