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New York Knicks Reportedly Sign Sasha Vujacic to 1-Year Contract

The New York Knicks are one step closer to fielding a team that's almost certain to improve upon last season's lowly 17 wins. The organization reportedly agreed to terms with longtime Los Angeles Lakers shooter Sasha Vujacic. The New...Show More Summary

Knicks waive Ricky Ledo

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has waived guard Ricky Ledo. Ledo, 6-7, 195-pounds, averaged 7.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists over 19.4 minutes in 12 games with New York last season. He signed the first of two consecutive 10-day contracts on Mar. 19 and then signed for the remainder [...]

Knicks officially sign Draft picks Porzingis, Grant

The New York Knicks have signed first-round draft picks Kristaps Porzingis and Jerian Grant.

Knicks re-sign Lou Amundson

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has re-signed forward Lou Amundson to a contract. Amundson, 6-9, 225-pounds, was acquired this past season as part of a three-way deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Jan. 5, 2015 and signed his first 10-day contract with New York on [...]

Kristaps Porzingis, Knicks Agree to Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Even though Kristaps Porzingis has already gone through summer-league games with the New York Knicks, the 19-year-old, who was taken fourth overall in June's draft, is now officially a member of the franchise after signing his rookie...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Must Trust NY Knicks' Rebuild, Phil Jackson...For Now

Aren't you angry, Melo? Phil Jackson has made it clear that you, Carmelo Anthony, are only a small part of his plans for the New York Knicks. The New York Times' Harvey Araton eloquently described this recently, writing, "By admittedly...Show More Summary

Knicks Summer League: Five Observations Since The NBA Playoffs

It’s been a pretty miserable summer for most New York Knicks fans. On the night of the NBA Draft, the team passed on both Justise Winslow and presumably more than a few trade offers in favor of towering Latvian forward Kristaps Porzingis. Show More Summary

The Biggest Question Mark for the New York Knicks Entering Next Season

New York Knicks fans are beginning to notice the foundation Phil Jackson has put into place this offseason. The pieces the Knicks have acquired this summer will play a pivotal role for the team next season. The biggest question facing the organization is whether their franchise player Carmelo Anthony is on board with the team's rebuild. Show More Summary

NY Knicks or Philadelphia 76ers: Which Atlantic Team Has Brighter NBA Future?

Looking around the NBA last season, it was harder to find two more hopeless teams than the New York Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers. Two of the three worst finishers in the NBA in 2014-15, neither put themselves in a favorable position...Show More Summary

New York Knicks Rumors: Team Looking To A Few More Pieces, Could Shop Point Guard Jose Calderon Later On

The New York Knicks have made significant upgrades to their roster this offseason but they apparently are not done. The Knicks, coming off their worst season in their history at 17-65, currently have 11 players under contract though only nine of those are fully guaranteed. Show More Summary

Mavericks sign Maurice Ndour

The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have signed free agent forward Maurice Ndour. Ndour (6-9, 200) is a native of Senegal and recently had a successful run at the Las Vegas Summer League as a member of the New York Knicks. While with the Knicks Summer League team, Ndour averaged 9.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.0 [...]

Grading the New York Knicks' Offseason

The 2015 offseason hasn't panned out as envisioned for the New York Knicks. Phil Jackson and the Knicks' front office are in full-on rebuilding mode. Despite not landing a big-name free agent, the Knicks have made some positive acquisitions. Show More Summary

LaMarcus Aldridge says the Knicks didn't want to meet with him

If you’re a fan of the New York Knicks wondering why your team didn’t have a shot at the most desirable free agent in the NBA (...)

Knicks Canceled Meeting With LaMarcus Aldridge Because He Wouldn’t Play Center

Prior to a scheduled sitdown earlier this month with free agent All-Star forward LaMarcus Aldridge, the geniuses who run the New York Knicks insisted on the big fella “strictly” playing The post Knicks Canceled Meeting With LaMarcus Aldridge Because He Wouldn’t Play Center appeared first on SLAMonline.

Dumbest Team On Earth Told LaMarcus Aldridge To Shove It

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LaMarcus Aldridge, the premier NBA free agent this year, went on the Russillo Show to talk about his free agency and particularly his dealings with the New York Knicks, who suck. Read more...

The way Phil Jackson spurned the NBA's biggest free agent is actually a great sign for the Knicks

The New York Knicks had an unexpectedly quiet summer in free agency. They were expected to chase the biggest free agents to quicken their rebuild, but instead settled for Arron Afflalo and Robin Lopez as their two biggest signings — not exactly marquee names. Show More Summary

Baron Davis: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on PG's Comeback Attempt

Longtime NBA star Baron Davis is ready to make a comeback after three years away from the sport. The guard last played for the New York Knicks during the 2011-12 season. Continue for updates. Davis Seeks Tryout Opportunities Before Next...Show More Summary

Phil Jackson says J.R. Smith exhibited 'delinquent behavior' before being traded

Jackson revealed some of the reasons why Smith and Iman Shumpert were traded to the Cavaliers in January. With the New York Knicks in the midst of a wretched season, president Phil Jackson shook up the team by trading J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert to the Cleveland Cavaliers for three non-guaranteed contracts and a 2019 second-rounder. Show More Summary

Are NY Knicks the Last Chance for Former No. 2 Pick Derrick Williams?

It's been a typically unpredictable, underwhelming offseason for the New York Knicks, but reconstructing a 17-win team requires some wagering on high-upside players, and the acquisition of former No. 2 pick Derrick Williams falls squarely...Show More Summary

Brooklyn Nets Hope for Nice Return After Betting Low on Andrea Bargnani

Fans of the Brooklyn Nets collectively sighed when they heard about the Andrea Bargnani signing. They weren't excited. But just because Bargnani busted with the New York Knicks doesn't mean circumstances are bound to be identical in Brooklyn. Bargnani gets the Joe Johnson big-contract treatment. Show More Summary

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