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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 […]
Though he just signed a new five-year max deal, Carmelo Anthony doesn't have time to wait for the New York Knicks to develop into a contender. Realistic or not, a championship must be his goal right now. That does not seem to be the case for the 2014-15 season. "I don't think we're that far away," Anthony said to ESPN.com, per Jeff Goodman. Show More Summary
Also, he’s a very hands on investor, so. New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony is looking to expand his expertise from basketball star to “digital athlete” by getting into the tech game. Last July, the NBA player founded a tech investment fund called Melo7 Tech Partners and has already invested in several technology start-ups. Show More Summary
New York Knicks President Phil Jackson announced today that the team has signed guard Langston Galloway and forward Travis Wear. We assume that these are nonguaranteed deals that merely bring Galloway and Wear to Knicks training camp, giving them a chance to compete for a regular season contract. Galloway, 6-2, 202-pounds, is an undrafted rookie out Saint [...]
The first offseason for the New York Knicks under Phil Jackson was a largely successful one. Retaining one of the best offensive players in all of basketball in Carmelo Anthony was obviously the headlining move, but the Knicks made a...Show More Summary
The past 10 years have been challenging for New York Knicks fans. With a few winning seasons peppered in between many disappointing ones, NY's roster has had an incredible turnover rate. The Isiah Thomas era doomed the franchise with...Show More Summary
In a Q&A with former NY Giants star Michael Strahan, Carmelo Anthony says his decision to re-up with the New York Knicks for five more seasons (and $120 million) emboldened […] The post Carmelo Anthony Thinks He Inspired LeBron James to Return to Cleveland appeared first on SLAMonline.
In fits and starts, the 2013-14 New York Knicks careened into a 37-45 record...but what does that matter? Most of the men who will now call themselves Knicks have only ever entered Madison Square Garden as visitors. Nearly half the players on the current roster will be suiting up in blue and orange for the first time. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks had arguably the worst starting point guard in the NBA last season in the form of Raymond Felton, but the arrival of Jose Calderon should help solidify the position for 2014-15. In a league now dominated by pointShow More Summary
Iman Shumpert’s career can be summed up in a single word: potential. After getting drafted by the New York Knicks with the 17th overall pick in 2011, the 24-year-old guard has failed to realize the immense promise he showed during his...Show More Summary
Here’s New York Newsday reporting on Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony: Carmelo Anthony said Thursday there were business reasons in addition to basketball ones that led him to re-sign with the Knicks this offseason. “I just couldn’t leave from that perspective,” he said at the Bloomberg Sports Business Summit in Manhattan. “There were so many opportunities that I [...]
New York Knicks President Phil Jackson has that Jim Cleamons, Rasheed Hazzard, Brian Keefe and Joshua Longstaff have been added to the coaching staff. Cleamons rejoins the Knicks organization with over 30 years of coaching experience and 10 NBA championships to his name. The 64-year-old Lincolnton, NC joined the Chicago Bulls staff in 1989, staying seven [...]
The opportunity to win big elsewhere was available to Carmelo Anthony this summer, but the Knicks superstar forward couldn’t pass up all that New York has to offer. Melo re-upped […] The post Carmelo Anthony Says Business Opportunities Kept Him in New York appeared first on SLAMonline.
If the upcoming season's strategic transition weren't difficult enough for the New York Knicks, a deeper Eastern Conference is going to make a run at the playoffs even tougher. Raymond Felton, Tyson Chandler and Mike Woodson are out, and Jose Calderon, Cleanthony Early and Derek Fisher are in. Show More Summary
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony spoke about his lofty business ambitions at the Bloomberg Sports Business Summit in New York City. Melo discussed his new tech firm, Melo7 Tech Partners, building […] The post Carmelo Anthony Discusses M7 Tech Partners (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.