Knicks star forward Carmelo Anthony is technically a New York native, but he spent much of his childhood in Baltimore. He’s watched the city fall apart in recent days with riots and looting, so he decided to speak out in an Instagram message to Baltimore that’s been liked over 57,000 times and has 1,500 comments as [...]
Chauncey Billups knows what we all know, but what the New York Knicks inconveniently do not know: Carmelo Anthony isn’t a vocal leader. Here’s what Melo’s former teammate had to say, per ESPN New York’s Ian Begley: Chauncey Billups, an ESPN analyst who played with Anthony for three seasons in Denver and New York, said […]
For New York Knicks President Phil Jackson's front office this summer, the sales pitch to prospective free agents may not seem too appealing on the surface. Coming off the worst season in franchise history and led by a coach and president...Show More Summary
Two years ago, the New York Knicks made the mistake that Jason Terry is about to. The 'Bockers, up 3-0 on Terry's Boston Celtics in the first round, thought it would be a good idea to wear black to Game 4—"funeral colors," as Kenyon Martin told Mitch Lawrence of the New York Daily News. Well, the Knicks actually followed through and wore black. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks' season may be over, but even with the draft and free agency to come, it's important to look back and grade the roster on its performance in 2014-15. With so many impending free agents, Phil Jackson will be making...Show More Summary
Iman Shumpert is back with another rap song. If you remember, Shumpert, who this season was traded with J.R. Smith to the Cavaliers, previously recorded a song while playing for the New York Knicks (R.I.P., Knickstape). But this time...Show More Summary
The 2015 NBA playoffs have only just begun, but the draft has been fresh on many folks' minds for quite some time. Tank-happy teams like the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers—yes, the Knicks and Lakers—have had their sights setShow More Summary
Save for an anomaly in 2012-13, the New York Knickerbockers’ river of bad luck has run deep and wide for over a decade. What makes you think the water will stop flowing now? There seems to be this notion that the Knicks will, without a doubt, get a top-two pick at this summer’s NBA draft. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia 76ers finished out the 2014-15 regular season with the third-worst record in the NBA (18-64), ahead of only the New York Knicks and the Minnesota Timberwolves. On the bright side, they're locks for a top seed, and with...Show More Summary
New York Knicks team president Phil Jackson endured plenty of losses this season—the most in franchise history, in fact—but that hasn’t sapped his famously dry sense of humor. The Zen The post Phil Jackson: ‘I Was Really Surprised That I Didn’t Get the Executive of the Year Award’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
New York Knicks fans can finally look forward to the benefits of the team's worst season in franchise history (17-65). Come June 26, the Knicks are guaranteed one of the top-five picks in the NBA draft. But the debate over whether New...Show More Summary
At least Stephon Marbury has confidence in Phil Jackson’s plans. In an interview with the New York Post the former Knicks (...)
We interrupt what has been a tremendous opening set of NBA playoff games to give you a look at the NBA draft. Fans of teams like the New York Knicks, the Los Angeles Lakers, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Philadelphia 76ers don't...Show More Summary
Rarely at any point this past season did the chance to wax hope over the New York Knicks' future present itself. Carmelo Anthony has succeeded in changing that for the moment—even if only slightly, and even if only temporarily—making...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks finished off the regular season with a 17-65 record and will likely receive a top-three draft pick in the NBA draft lottery in May. The Knicks, who need a lot of help if they want to improve next season, will rely...Show More Summary
The NBA playoffs may be underway, but it's tough to ignore the 2015 NBA draft when it may be one of the most interesting in recent memory. Thank the top five teams for such intrigue. Both the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks are...Show More Summary
With the Knicks floundering, the Nets have an opportunity to seize control of the New York basketball scene, but their enigmatic point guard must decide to take the lead.
The NBA playoffs have just begun, but it's no secret that the focus has long been on the June 25 draft for most teams that figure to be atop the draft order. While the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers hope for good fortune from...Show More Summary
YouTuber Wob38 sums up another year in the New York Knicks’ disastrous run, sarcastically set to the NCAA championship theme. You can probably make a similar video for any team in any sport, but only the Knicks have Lou Amundson.
At long last, our wait for playoff basketball is over. No more force-feeding ourselves New York Knicks games on League Pass out of professional courtesy. No more looking for signs of "it" from the phalanx of D-Leaguers shuttling through Philly. Show More Summary