The Knicks continue to add depth. Derrick Williams has agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the New York Knicks, according to Chris Boussard. The Knicks, who struck out on many free agents this summer -- including DeAndre Jordan and Greg Monroe -- have started to make some headway in free agency. Show More Summary
At the beginning of the offseason, the New York Knicks surely intended to use their cap space on the next Madison Square Garden superstar, a player who could team up with Carmelo Anthony and help will them back into the Eastern Conference's...Show More Summary
A person with knowledge of the details says center Robin Lopez has agreed to sign with the New York Knicks.
New York Knicks rumors reveal Robin Lopez is the new starting center. Previous rumors about the Knicks signing Lopez hinged on what DeAndre Jordan would do, but Jordan has decided to sign with the Dallas Mavericks. A report from CBSShow More Summary
Robin Lopez has decided against returning to the Portland Trail Blazers in 2015-16, exercising his right as an unrestricted free agent to sign instead with the New York Knicks for the next phase of his career. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports reported Lopez and the Knicks agreed Friday to a four-year, $54 million deal. Show More Summary
Lopez, a 7-foot center, would solidify the team’s interior defense. He is expected to join the team barring an unexpected move by DeAndre Jordan to come to New York.
Robin Lopez and the New York Knicks have reportedly agreed on a four-year contract worth $54 million.
Free agent center Robin Lopez has reportedly committed to inking a deal with the New York Knicks. The only catch is, unlikely as it may be, if DeAndre Jordan spurs The post Robin Lopez to Sign With the New York Knicks appeared first on SLAMonline.
New York Knicks rumors have the team signing Robin Lopez as a free agent. Lopez could be the Knicks’ starting center for the 2015-16 NBA season, giving president Phil Jackson someone to help run the triangle offense. A report from CBS...Show More Summary
Lopez will fit in nicely in New York, assuming DeAndre Jordan doesn't choose the Knicks. Free agent center Robin Lopez has agreed to sign with the New York Knicks, but will only do so if DeAndre Jordan opts to sign somewhere else, according to Marc Stein of ESPN. Show More Summary
Sometimes it's better to be patient, as the New York Knicks have proven in the early part of NBA free agency. Fresh off a 17-win season and a highly debated draft pick in Kristaps Porzingis, the hungry Knicks fanbase wants team president Phil Jackson to use New York's cap space to rebuild through free agency, and rightfully so. Show More Summary
Here’s ESPN New York reporting on the Knicks, who have founded a talented guard for their backcourt. Not a star, though. But a nice supporting player: The New York Knicks and Arron Afflalo agreed to a two-year deal worth $16 million on Thursday, a source told ESPN.com’s Ramona Shelburne. The agreement includes a player option for the second year [...]
Imagine how different the sales pitches must have been for free-agent center Greg Monroe. The Los Angeles Lakers could have tempted him with their storied past and warm-weather climate. The New York Knicks offered a spot in the NBA's biggest market, plus the business opportunities such a platform presents. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks just cannot get out of their own way as coveted free agent big man LaMarcus Aldridge has canceled his scheduled meeting with the team, according to David Aldridge of NBA.com. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings: LaMarcus Aldridge has cancelled his meeting with the Knicks today, per source. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers just spent a season as laughingstocks, and a free-agency period littered with pratfalls means the jokes won't stop coming any time soon. It can't be this way forever. The merciful law of averages (and the draft lottery) should eventually help the Knicks and Lakers haul themselves out of the cellar. Show More Summary
Cap space can quickly become a tricky issue in the NBA free agency market. In the case of the New York Knicks, perhaps the league's most dysfunctional organization, the open market offers a chance to begin righting a ship that took a...Show More Summary
The Knicks are attempting to secure a big man after striking out on Greg Monroe. After missing out on signing Milwaukee-bound Greg Monroe, the New York Knicks are focusing on closing a deal with Robin Lopez, reports Yahoo Sports' Adrian...Show More Summary
On Day 2 of NBA free agency, the New York Knicks and Arron Afflalo agreed on a two-year, $16 million contract. With the veteran shooting guard now a part of their roster, the Knicks will likely pursue free agents based on Afflalo's contributions on the floor. Show More Summary
For days, we’ve been hearing about how the New York Knicks were targeting free-agent power forward Greg Monroe, so this morning’s report that Monroe has chosen to sign a max contract with the Milwaukee Bucks comes as a bit of a surprise. Read more...
Sorry, New York Knicks: it appears that free agent big man Greg Monroe is now Milwaukee-bound. Monroe, 25, has reportedly come to terms with the Bucks on a three-year deal The post Greg Monroe to Ink Three-Year $50 Million Deal With the Milwaukee Bucks appeared first on SLAMonline.