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New York Knicks vs. Milwaukee Bucks 11/18/14: Video Highlights and Recap

After starting 3-8, the New York Knicks were hoping that their latest win over the Denver Nuggets could jump start their season. Derek Fisher had a chance to lead his team to a second-straight victory, this time against the Milwaukee Bucks. Show More Summary

Derek Fisher: At least my Knicks own up to their mistakes

Cheer up Knicks fans, things could be worse for your 2-7 team, says Derek Fisher — they could be the Knicks from the past few years. The rookie head coach, while trying paint a rosy picture of team unity on Thursday, curiously took a dig at past Knicks regimes.

The Knicks are shooting way too many mid-range jumpers

The New York Knicks have yet to score in the triple-digits, and it's pretty apparent that their shot selection is to blame. Derek Fisher's New York Knicks are the last in the NBA in scoring at 91.6 points per game, a fact that shouldn't be thrown out there without also pointing out they are rightly playing at the slowest tempo in the league. Show More Summary

J.R. Smith Ends Game With A Very J.R. Smith Shot

last weekSports : Deadspin

The Knicks lost 97-95 to the Orlando Magic last night, and this here was the final play of the game. I'm not going to assume that this isn't the play Derek Fisher drew up, but Carmelo Anthony's frantic calling for the ball would seem to indicate that J.R. pulling up from three was not exactly what the coach had in mind. Read more...

New York Knicks Testing Carmelo Anthony's Limits, and That's a Good Thing

The New York Knicks' rebuilding manual might be nothing more than a quick sketch of the triangle between Carmelo Anthony, Derek Fisher and Phil Jackson. It's hard to say what else, if anything, this franchise has to build around for the future. Show More Summary

Phil Jackson Gets Mad At Perfectly Legitimate Criticism

last weekSports : Deadspin

The New York Knicks aren't a very good basketball team, and at times this season they have clearly struggled to implement coach Derek Fisher's version of the triangle offense. This led NBA commissioner Adam Silver to direct some light teasing the Knicks way. Via the New York Daily News : Read more...

Finding the Perfect Rotation for the New York Knicks

The New York Knicks are seven games into their 2014-15 campaign, but how Derek Fisher will ultimately balance out the rotation remains to be seen. The roster's makeup is unique, in that Phil Jackson has partially implemented his rebuild...Show More Summary

After tough start, Knicks getting break in schedule

Derek Fisher was at least partly kidding when he said on Saturday "well, since we're in New York, the NBA loves us a lot and scheduled every Eastern Conference playoff team from a year ago to start the season."

Knicks Insider: Derek Fisher moves Carmelo Anthony to PF

The Knicks’ starting five already has had five permutations in seven games. Derek Fisher changed things up for the fourth consecutive game Saturday night with some strong early results, although the Knicks couldn’t avoid their fourth straight loss – 103-96 to the Hawks.

Knicks drop 4th straight as Carmelo fizzles in loss to Hawks

One hot quarter out of 16 certainly is not going to cut if for Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks. The beyond-slumping All-Star started at power forward in a three-guard setup in Derek Fisher’s latest lineup configuration and netted 14 points in the first quarter to seemingly begin snapping himself out of a terrible three-game shooting funk.

Carmelo Anthony Is Not Fit For The Triangle Offense

Carmelo Anthony is too talented and versatile a scorer not to put up big numbers. You might say that other than reigning MVP Kevin Durant, there isn't a more natural scorer than Anthony. And yet, five games into the Derek Fisher/Phil...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Is Not Fit For The Triangle Offense

Carmelo Anthony is too talented and versatile a scorer not to put up big numbers. You might say that other than reigning MVP Kevin Durant, there isn't a more natural scorer than Anthony. And yet, five games into the Derek Fisher/Phil...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Is Not Fit For The Triangle Offense

Carmelo Anthony is too talented and versatile a scorer not to put up big numbers. You might say that other than reigning MVP Kevin Durant, there isn't a more natural scorer than Anthony. And yet, five games into the Derek Fisher/Phil...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Is Not Fit For The Triangle Offense

Carmelo Anthony is too talented and versatile a scorer not to put up big numbers. You might say that other than reigning MVP Kevin Durant, there isn't a more natural scorer than Anthony. And yet, five games into the Derek Fisher/Phil...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony struggles in Knicks' loss to Pistons

Whatever offensive system Derek Fisher and the Knicks employ this season, they are capable of losing to anyone if Carmelo Anthony is unable to consistently hit any shots.

Buy or Sell: Is the Knicks' Early-Season Defense for Real?

The New York Knicks kicked off their season in a big way, defeating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers during the opening week of the season. With first-year head coach Derek Fisher at the helm for the Knicks and a new lineup surrounding...Show More Summary

Early Returns from Derek Fisher's New York Knicks Run Are Promising

Jumping out to a 2-1 start to his New York Knicks career is plenty impressive, and even when you evaluate Derek Fisher's coaching from a process-over-results perspective, there's a lot to be optimistic about. In the grand scheme of this...Show More Summary

NBA eccentric Lance Stephenson's videobomb should be watched over and over

New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher was just standing there, minding his own business, during a play stoppage in Sunday's game against the Charlotte Hornets. Then: Lance Stephenson outta nowhere! The Hornets eccentric swingman — who you...Show More Summary

Lance Stephenson Glides into Derek Fisher Close-Up for Beautiful Videobomb

You know who isn't the main event in Madison Square Garden? Derek Fisher. Television cameras zoomed in on the Knicks' first-year coach for a brief moment after New York snagged a close, 96-93 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday. The intent of the shot was ostensibly to catch Fisher's excitement in a moment of victory. Show More Summary

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