In his second NBA season, Tim Hardaway Jr. could break out and make a noticeable leap forward, making him the only player on his current roster with the possibility to do so. Selected by the New York Knicks with the 24th overall pick,...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks enter the 2014-15 NBA season with a new head coach in Derek Fisher and a slew of new faces (namely Jose Calderon and rookie Cleanthony Early) to join Carmelo Anthony at Madison Square Garden. Can the Knicks climb back into the playoffs in the East? Howard Beck and Ric Bucher join Adam Lefkoe to give their take in the video above. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks are in an in-between phase of Phil Jackson's franchise rejuvenation, and it's apparent throughout the roster. The team's new president administered as much roster overhaul as he could over his first summer in charge,...Show More Summary
For a guy who hasn ’t been hit with so much as a speeding ticket off the basketball court, Iman Shumpert ’s three-year NBA career has been uncommonly tumultuous. Such as it is with the New York Knicks, a team that’s spent the better part of the last decade orchestrating, and then immediately recovering from, so many a wayward rebuild. Show More Summary
New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has signed forward Orlando Sanchez. We assme this is just a non-guaranteed deal that merely brings Sanchez to training camp. Sanchez, 6-9, 230-pounds, averaged 7.4 points, on 51.1-percent shooting, 5.6 rebounds and 1.4 rebounds over 22.3 minutes in 32 games (18 starts) for St. John’s University [...]
Carmelo Anthony speaks for some NBA players when it comes to the Atlanta Hawks. Just not all of them. The New York Knicks small forward said last weekend that free agents would not consider signing with the Atlanta franchise after an...Show More Summary
In possibly the best idea James Dolan has had lately, the controversial owner of the New York Knicks and Rangers has invited some of his best-known employees to help him try to break the world kazoo record before the Eagles’ concert Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. Yes, there is a world kazoo record. Dolan […]
On the NBA's offensive scale of frigid to fiery, New York Knicks scoring forward Carmelo Anthony grades out as inflammable. The 30-year-old is as lethal as point producers come at this level, a 6'8", 235-pound machine with three-point touch, a powerful post game and a vast array of weaponry at all areas in between. But the Knicks need more than Melo. Show More Summary
The triangle offense did great things for superstars of the past like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. Now, Carmelo Anthony hopes to be the next in line. The New York Knicks are looking for a franchise-wide turnaround this season, and President Phil Jackson's influence is the main agent of change. Show More Summary
Because the world needs more blues music from one of the richest men in the world that inherited his fortune without having to work a day in his life outside his father's company, here's New York Knicks owner James Dolan's band performing on FOX's Good Day New York. The song is about New Jersey governor Chris Christie and how politicians suck. Show More Summary
What’s in store for the New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony during the 2014-15 season? It’s not an easy answer, but yours truly will try to predict what comes next for Anthony. After wavering a bit during the offseason, Anthony re-signed...Show More Summary
There’s been much ado about Carmelo Anthony’s role now that the New York Knicks, under new head coach Derek Fisher and team president Phil Jackson, will be running the Triangle […] The post Carmelo Anthony Excited to Play in the Triangle Offense appeared first on SLAMonline.
The New York Knicks go into 2014-15 with a strong shooting guard rotation, having steadily added talent at the position for the past few years. With Iman Shumpert, J.R. Smith and Tim Hardaway Jr., the Knicks have no shortage of talent...Show More Summary
Knicks Owner Jim Polan Pens New Song About Trayvon Martin Murder via Gawker New York Knicks owner and”JD & the Straight Shot” frontman Jim Dolan is bored with ruining the Knicks. His next project: Ruining music. Dolan seems to fancy
If the New York Knicks could reset their roster and start building right now, there's only five guys Phil Jackson would keep. And that's related to each player's fit, purpose, upside and cost. This team has a number of over-the-hill,...Show More Summary
New York Knicks owner and JD & the Straight Shot frontman Jim Dolan is bored with ruining the Knicks. His next project: Ruining music. Read more...
New York Knicks owner and billionaire CEO of the Madison Square Garden company Jim Dolan is using his power to live out one of his dreams—to open for the Eagles on the famed stage from which his vast wealth flows.
Certain aspects of the New York Knicks' 2014-15 season are a given, like Carmelo Anthony scoring about two dozen points per game, Jose Calderon hitting three-pointers with accuracy or Iman Shumpert playing solid on-ball defense. Other things remain a complete mystery, especially regarding how the rotation will shake out around the new offense. Show More Summary
Knicks gonna Knicks. The New York Knicks registered interest in the Denver Nuggets’ Kenneth Faried last season. We know this. But what many didn’t know is that they apparently came off as desperate. Per BasketballInsiders.com Steve Kyler (h/t FanSided.com): This would seem to make sense. Back in February, when rumors first surfaced, it appeared the […]