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New York Knicks Trade Rumors: Franchise To Trade Off Carmelo Anthony for Cavalier's Kevin Love; Jamal Crawford to Return?

The trade rumors are alive again indicating the New York Knicks' move to trade off Carmelo Anthony for Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love. Meanwhile, new reports hinted the franchise's renewed interest on one of its former bench scorers for its 2015-2016 game season roster.

WATCH: Carmelo Anthony Holds Knicks Mini-Camp in Puerto Rico

Carmelo Anthony invited his New York Knicks teammates to Puerto Rico this summer, offering them a chance to train and bond together prior to the regular season. Melo, who did The post WATCH: Carmelo Anthony Holds Knicks Mini-Camp in Puerto Rico appeared first on SLAMonline.

Carmelo Anthony Says the Knicks Are Competing for an NBA Title

In theory, yes, every team in the NBA is competing for the championship. Even the New York Knicks, winners of a franchise-low 17 games last season. Carmelo Anthony argues that, The post Carmelo Anthony Says the Knicks Are Competing for an NBA Title appeared first on SLAMonline.

Melo, Fisher discuss expectations for Knicks

Expectations for the Knicks are… improving. The New York Knicks should certainly be better this season than last. That’s our bold statement for today. Anyway, here’s the New York Post reporting: Though he said Monday he held “no expectations at this time’’ for the 2015-16 Knicks, Carmelo Anthony amended the remark two days later, saying the title still is [...]

Kobe Says He’s a Laker for ‘Better or Worse’

Kobe Bryant has no plans to leave the Los Angles Lakers after the 2015-16 season. Sorry, Phil Jackson’s ego. Jackson, who won three titles as Kobe’s coach in Los Angeles and is now president of the New York Knicks, caused quite a stir last Friday when the ‘Bockers officially opened for business, all but predicting […]

Knicks, Anthony keeping expectations low after 17-win season

No bold predictions from the New York Knicks. No real predictions at all, actually.

Knicks' Jackson to spend more time around staff

Phil Jackson says he will spend more time around the New York Knicks coaching staff this season at the request of coach Derek Fisher.

New York Knicks 7-foot-3 rookie watches film of Usain Bolt to improve his running form

The New York Knicks made one of the surprise moves of the 2015 NBA Draft by drafting 19-year-old Latvian big man Kristaps Porzingis. At 7-foot-3, the NBA world is enthralled with Porzingis' potential: he moves like a small forward, can shoot the three-pointer, but has the length and defensive potential of a shot-altering center. Show More Summary

Phil Jackson Comments on Involvement with Knicks Coaches, Kobe Bryant

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson has made it very clear that Derek Fisher is the head coach, but the 11-time NBA championship-winning coach intends to have a greater influence over the manner in which the team is coached in 2015-16. According...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Injury: Updates on Knicks Star's Knee and Recovery

New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony continues to work his way back from knee surgery, but questions persist about whether the Knicks will limit him when training camp begins next week. Continue for updates. Fisher: Melo's Knee 'Good to Go' for Training Camp Friday, Sept. Show More Summary

Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis takes a stroll around NYC

Here’s the New York Post with a fun feature on 7-3 Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis, who took a stroll around NYC and joked to one young fan that he’ll “be 8-feet by the end of the season.” “Since I’ve been like 15, I can’t really hide, you know?” Porzingis says. “I always stand out. At one point, you’re [...]

Watch: Jeremy Lin's Video About What It's Like Being a Non-Black Guy In the NBA

Jeremy Lin came into the nation's collective periphery when he went on a scoring-streak back in 2012 as an off-the-bench point guard for the New York Knicks. The blitz came out of nowhere and was sensationalized even more because he's Asian-American. It goes without saying that NBA players are overwhelmingly black.

Knicks sign guard Travis Trice

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has signed guard Travis Trice. Trice, 6-0, 170-pounds, averaged 15.3 points, 5.1 assists and 3.2 rebounds over 33.6 minutes in 39 games as a senior at Michigan State University. He averaged 19.0 points and 4.2 assists in leading the seventh-seeded Spartans to the Final Four [...]

Knicks sign DaJuan Summers

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has signed forward DaJuan Summers.  Summers, 6-8, 240-pounds, holds career averages of 3.3 points and 1.0 rebounds over 9.9 minutes in 83 games (seven starts) over four seasons with Detroit, New Orleans and Los Angeles Clippers. He last played in the NBA for L.A. Clippers [...]

Knicks Training Camp Buzz: Can Kristaps Porzingis Be Carmelo Anthony's No. 2?

This offseason, the New York Knicks made significant moves, most notably by acquiring Latvian forward Kristaps Porzingis with the No. 4 overall pick in the draft. Does Porzingis have what it takes to quickly become a significant player...Show More Summary

Why Calling Carmelo Anthony Overrated Is Pretty Overrated

Carmelo Anthony is not overrated. Somewhere along the line, as heightened attacks on his individual status became an NBA pastime, perception of the New York Knicks superstar started to move in the wrong direction. Although these routine...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony's Favorite Watches

The basketball offseason allows for silly debates, like pondering if New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, a former scoring champion, is still an elite player. But we’ll leave that debate for another day. We do know, however, that Melo is an elite luxury watch collector. Show More Summary

Cablevision Sale Elicits Pleas from Knicks Fans

The Twittersphere waxed poetic -- and bitter -- at the Dolan family's decision to sell Cablevision Systems Corp. instead of the New York Knicks.

NYC’s Kobe and Shaq Don’t Play for the Knicks

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Epiphanny Prince and Tina Charles were sitting in the cafeteria at the New York Liberty’s training facility earlier this month, discussing how exactly they had gotten from the streets of New York’s outer boroughs, surviving an arrest, an assassination, and missed layups, to suddenly find themselves as the two best... More »

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