The NBA offseason has been busy with trades and free-agent acquisitions all summer. However, some teams are still trying to improve their rosters and unload contracts for rebuilds. Will the New York Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony? Will...Show More Summary
Veteran power forward Carlos Boozer is surprisingly still on the open market. Boozer had drawn interest from several NBA teams earlier this summer but nothing else had been rumored since it was reported that the New York Knicks, Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks were pursuing him late in July. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Clippers Jamal Crawford is continuing to draw a lot of trade interest. The New York Daily News is reporting that the New York Knicks have entered into the fray to try to pry the two-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year away from the Clippers. Show More Summary
The 2014-15 NBA season was nothing short of a nightmare for the New York Knicks, who finished a franchise-worst 17-65. Despite their poor play on the court last season, however, the Knicks are approaching the upcoming season with cautious optimism. Incoming NBA Draft pick and Latvian superstar Kristaps Porzingis will [...]
The New York Knicks demonstrated a rare bit of long-term vision when they drafted Kristaps Porzingis fourth overall in the 2015 draft. In an interview with Charley Rosen on ESPN.com, team president Phil Jackson opened up about the decision-making process behind drafting Porzingis and what the franchise expects for him in 2015-16. Show More Summary
Yes, the New York Knicks struggled in dramatic fashion last season, finishing with a 17-65 record. But over the course of an 82-game season, highlights happen. Enjoy the video:
Carmelo Anthony is ride or die with the New York Knicks, and he wants the team’s fans to get used to the fact that he’s not going anywhere. This week, according to ESPN, he got personal with a few fans on Instagram when they dared to question his loyalty. “Shows how little you know about me. Staying in […]
Carmelo Anthony's loyalty to the New York Knicks and their vision for the future hasn't always been apparent since he signed a five-year contract to remain in the Big Apple in 2014, but Melo recently stood behind his club on social media. According...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony has become a lightning rod of criticism for the New York Knicks, but team president Phil Jackson believes big things are in store for the 31-year-old. Speaking after a disastrous 17-65 season about the entire Knicks roster...Show More Summary
After spending last season in the NBA Development League, guard Thanasis Antetokounmpo agreed to terms on a contract with the New York Knicks on Friday. The move was made official by the official Twitter account of Knicks PR, and although...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks' depressing 2014-15 season was an anomaly for everyone involved, most of all for team president Phil Jackson. But with Carmelo Anthony (presumably) coming back healthy to a squad upgraded by summer acquisitions, Jackson's...Show More Summary
While the Knicks' selection of Kristaps Porzingis turned out to be the big talk of the NBA draft, rookie Jerian Grant, who was scooped up at No. 19, and dealt to the 'Bockers in exchange for Tim Hardaway Jr., now looks to be the one with the potential in 2015-16. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have signed guards Sasha Vujacic and Thanasis Antetokounmpo.
The New York Knicks have signed forward/center Kevin Seraphin, who averaged 6.6 points last season with the Washington Wizards.
There’s been plenty of speculation about Carmelo Anthony’s future vis-à-vis the New York Knicks. Arron Afflalo is preparing for his first season as a Knick, and says his former Denver The post Arron Afflalo Says Carmelo Anthony is ‘Very Committed’ to the Knicks appeared first on SLAMonline.
Another Greek Freak is on his way to the NBA—the New York Knicks are reportedly finalizing a two-year deal with Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Giannis’ older bro. Knicks and Thanasis Antetokounmpo finalizing The post Knicks to Ink Thanasis Antetokounmpo to Two-Year Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The New York Knicks have reportedly agreed to sign free agent center Kevin Seraphin to a one-year, $2.8 million contract. Sheridan Hoops Michael Scotto reported on Tuesday morning that the 6-foot-10 center will join the mix of “big men” in the Knicks’ frontcourt. Show More Summary
Watching the New York Knicks is rough enough for the team’s fans these days. But imagine how it must be for those who have to follow the Knicks closely because they’re paid to do so. Walt “Clyde” Frazier is the color analyst on the Knicks’ MSG Network telecasts. Show More Summary
Undrafted guard Langston Galloway was one of the few bright spots on the New York Knicks last season. The Knicks suffered through a franchise-worst 17-65 season, but received a spark from Galloway, who after getting waived in training camp, signed with the Knicks D-League affiliate, the Westchester Knicks, and eventually got called up to the NBA. Show More Summary
As teams across the NBA round out their rosters with rotational contributors, Kevin Seraphin has reportedly come to terms with the New York Knicks on a one-year deal Tuesday. According to Michael Scotto of Sheridan Hoops, the Frenchman will make $2.8 million during the 2015-16 campaign. Show More Summary