The 2014-15 New York Knicks' season was such a disaster that it might as well have been directed by Roland Emmerich. New York, guided by first-year head coach Derek Fisher, won just 17 games, finishing with the second-worst record in...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks may have felt some short-term disappointment after receiving only the No. 4 overall pick at the 2015 draft lottery, but taking a step back, there should still be plenty of options available for them. While the Knicks...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks disappointed fans once again during the NBA draft lottery, slipping out of the No. 2 slot and falling to the No. 4 slot. The Knicks almost certainly will lose out on Karl-Anthony Towns and Jahlil Okafor, the top two talents in the draft. Whom does that leave the Knicks to draft at No. Show More Summary
New York Knicks rumors now include a free agent wanting to sign with them. The Knicks and team president Phil Jackson have a lot of work to get done in the NBA offseason, so hearing that players want to come to New York is certainly a step in the right direction. Show More Summary
In recent years, the New York Knicks have had a few elite point guards...long after they ceased to be elite. Yet if the Knicks draft Emmanuel Mudiay June 25, they may be getting the next John Wall or Derrick Rose—and at the beginning...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have the No. 4 overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. If big men Okafor and Towns are gone, might they go with Willie "Trill" Cauley-Stein? The post Report: Knicks ‘Looking Strongly’ at Willie Cauley-Stein With No. 4 Pick appeared first on SLAMonline.
When it comes to the 2015 NBA draft, most of the focus goes on just how unfortunate teams such as the New York Knicks are after the lottery and how things will shake out for the top prospects. Perhaps more interesting is what unfolds at the tail end of the first round. Show More Summary
A lottery-night slide, disheartening though it remains, won't decisively prevent the New York Knicks from landing a franchise building block in the NBA's June 25 draft. Heartsick sighs and exasperated facial expressions filled the Big Apple when the Knicks, who had the second-best chance at landing the No. Show More Summary
As the only NBA team to go backwards in the draft lottery, the New York Knicks already have their fans fretting their most crucial offseason in recent memory. Ending with the second-worst record and receiving the fourth overall pickShow More Summary
Someone should probably take away Phil Jackson’s social media privileges; the New York Knicks president continues to engage people on the Internet by bizarrely trying to win pointless arguments. Some The post Phil Jackson Still Railing Against Three-Pointers appeared first on SLAMonline.
With the hiring of Derek Fisher as the new Head Coach of the New York Knicks, it is evident that his playing career has come to an end. Statistically speaking, the former Point Guard had done enough in the NBA to really be considered a Hall of Fame entry, and with this announcement, there has not been any media outlet petitioning for his inclusion. Show More Summary
Amidst our excitement of the beginning of the NBA Playoffs, we almost forgot (Okay, we did for a bit), the retirement of Rasheed Wallace, who is retiring for the second time after a comeback this season with the New York Knicks. TheShow More Summary
Still reeling from their misfortune at the NBA draft lottery, the New York Knicks are in a uniquely complicated position that could compel them to trade their No. 4 pick. Bailing on top-five prospects just to brighten the immediate picture...Show More Summary
Isiah Thomas said he hasn't spoken with New York Knicks President Phil Jackson since joining the Liberty as a consultant in February.
With the New York Knicks receiving the No. 4 pick at the 2015 NBA draft lottery, previewing the upcoming offseason is as important as ever. There will still be plenty of options for the Knicks despite the disappointing outcome, but now...Show More Summary
The outlook for the 2015 NBA draft didn't change much following the lottery. The Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks swapped spots—now No. 2 and No. 4, respectively—but the switch didn't cause a massive shake-up for the prospects involved. Karl-Anthony Towns and Jahlil Okafor are still the first two players off the board. Show More Summary
As far as dramas go, the 2015 NBA Draft lottery was a bit dull, with only the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers swapping positions. One person who should be quite thankful for the lack of movement among draft positions is Ohio State's...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony has said he's willing to play a supporting role beside a bigger star, if that's what it takes for the New York Knicks to win. But he still can be alpha dog in 2015-16...because he must be. Why? Partly it's because the Knicks drew No. Show More Summary
Four months after the New York Knicks traded him to the Cleveland Cavaliers as a tax on Iman Shumpert, J.R. Smith scored 28 points in a 97-89 Game 1 win over the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. With Kevin Love hurt and...Show More Summary