A miserable season is coming to a close. The New York Knicks struggled mightily in 2014-15, but at least the franchise has its first-round draft pick. With Carmelo Anthony sidelined and Amar'e Stoudemire now a member of the Dallas Mavericks, there's little to expect moving forward out of this organization. Show More Summary
Craig Sager returned to TNT over All-Star weekend for an interview via satellite with Carmelo Anthony. While that was great, this news is even better. Sager will be back on the sidelines on March 5th for TNT’s coverage of Thunder-Bulls...Show More Summary
With Carmelo Anthony out for the rest of the season, the New York Knicks are in full-on tanking mode, which should mean plenty of playing time for the less experienced players on the roster. Of particular interest to the Knicks willShow More Summary
Here’s ESPN New York reporting on the Knicks and Andrea Bargnani, who has played in just six games this season, averaging 7.7 points on 39% shooting in 17.5 minutes per outing: With Carmelo Anthony’s scoring punch on the shelf for the season, Phil Jackson sees one player on the Knicks roster who might be able to shoulder some [...]
Carmelo Anthony's injury needs to be a final wake-up call for the New York Knicks. Power forward is where he belongs. Anthony is done for the season while he rehabilitates a left knee injury, a partially torn patellar tendon that he suffered two games into the Knicks' schedule, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have folded for the season after shutting down their franchise player Carmelo Anthony following the All-Star Game. As the worst team in the league, the Knicks have a lot of holes to fill, and with a potential top-three...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony played through injury most of this season New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is out for the season after averaging 24.2 points, 6.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 35.7 minutes per game this season. He played in 40 games, starting all 40. Here’s the New York Post reporting what he was dealing with along the way: Carmelo [...]
The New York Knicks are not good. The team has the worst record in the league -- even worse than that of the finely tuned tanking machine otherwise known as the Philadelphia 76ers -- and the team’s star, Carmelo Anthony, is done forShow More Summary
Life without Carmelo Anthony continued on Sunday as the New York Knicks took on the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs entered having won eight of their last 10 games and looking like the title contenders many thought they would be at the start of the season. Show More Summary
No big moves for Knicks on trade deadline day Here’s the New York Post reporting on the Knicks, who are without Carmelo Anthony’s services for the rest of the season due to knee surgery, and face an even rougher final few months of the season with a mostly gutted roster: Knicks president Phil Jackson’s first trade deadline passed quietly, [...]
New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony will have a season-ending left knee surgery which, as announced by team president Phil Jackson, could miss him about "four to six months" from the league.
Carmelo Anthony will undergo season-ending knee surgery.
The Amar'e Stoudemire era may be over, but the New York Knicks are far from done buying—and shipping away talent—ahead of Thursday's NBA trade deadline. With Carmelo Anthony on the shelf for the rest of the season, it goes without saying...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony to undergo season-ending knee surgery To no one’s surprise, the New York Knicks announced Wednesday that Carmelo Anthony will have season-ending left knee surgery. The procedure, which will be performed by Team Orthopedist Dr. Answorth Allen, includes a left knee patella tendon debridement and repair. At 10-43, the Knicks have the worst record in the league. [...]
A look at Carmelo Anthony's 2014-14 season.
A top New York sports medicine specialist said Carmelo Anthony's recovery time frame is more likely 6 to 8 months, not 4 to 6.
Raise your hand if you had Andrea Bargnani lasting longer this season than both Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony.
The worst season of Melo's career ended when the Knicks announced the All-Star forward will not play again due to chronic knee pain.
The curtain is finally closing on Carmelo Anthony's campaign, which means the spotlight is ready to shine on the young New York Knicks. Time only knows whether these budding ballers are equipped for the big stage, but the elusive knock...Show More Summary