Sometimes it's better to be patient, as the New York Knicks have proven in the early part of NBA free agency. Fresh off a 17-win season and a highly debated draft pick in Kristaps Porzingis, the hungry Knicks fanbase wants team president Phil Jackson to use New York's cap space to rebuild through free agency, and rightfully so. Show More Summary
Here’s ESPN New York reporting on the Knicks, who have founded a talented guard for their backcourt. Not a star, though. But a nice supporting player: The New York Knicks and Arron Afflalo agreed to a two-year deal worth $16 million on Thursday, a source told ESPN.com’s Ramona Shelburne. The agreement includes a player option for the second year [...]
Imagine how different the sales pitches must have been for free-agent center Greg Monroe. The Los Angeles Lakers could have tempted him with their storied past and warm-weather climate. The New York Knicks offered a spot in the NBA's biggest market, plus the business opportunities such a platform presents. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks just cannot get out of their own way as coveted free agent big man LaMarcus Aldridge has canceled his scheduled meeting with the team, according to David Aldridge of NBA.com. Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings: LaMarcus Aldridge has cancelled his meeting with the Knicks today, per source. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers just spent a season as laughingstocks, and a free-agency period littered with pratfalls means the jokes won't stop coming any time soon. It can't be this way forever. The merciful law of averages (and the draft lottery) should eventually help the Knicks and Lakers haul themselves out of the cellar. Show More Summary
Cap space can quickly become a tricky issue in the NBA free agency market. In the case of the New York Knicks, perhaps the league's most dysfunctional organization, the open market offers a chance to begin righting a ship that took a...Show More Summary
The Knicks are attempting to secure a big man after striking out on Greg Monroe. After missing out on signing Milwaukee-bound Greg Monroe, the New York Knicks are focusing on closing a deal with Robin Lopez, reports Yahoo Sports' Adrian...Show More Summary
On Day 2 of NBA free agency, the New York Knicks and Arron Afflalo agreed on a two-year, $16 million contract. With the veteran shooting guard now a part of their roster, the Knicks will likely pursue free agents based on Afflalo's contributions on the floor. Show More Summary
For days, we’ve been hearing about how the New York Knicks were targeting free-agent power forward Greg Monroe, so this morning’s report that Monroe has chosen to sign a max contract with the Milwaukee Bucks comes as a bit of a surprise. Read more...
Sorry, New York Knicks: it appears that free agent big man Greg Monroe is now Milwaukee-bound. Monroe, 25, has reportedly come to terms with the Bucks on a three-year deal The post Greg Monroe to Ink Three-Year $50 Million Deal With the Milwaukee Bucks appeared first on SLAMonline.
As expected, the New York Knicks snagged free agent guard Arron Afflalo, agreeing to a reported two-year deal worth $16 million. Afflalo, 29, was traded to the Portland Trail Blazers The post Knicks Ink Arron Afflalo to Two-Year $16 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The bass is pumping, fat stacks of cash are being thrown around, people are getting lots of action, but so far in this wild NBA free agency, the New York Knicks aren't getting any play. Luckily, nobody's taken home the Knicks' top targets yet. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks made their first big splash in free agency Thursday as they came to terms on a deal with veteran shooting guard Arron Afflalo. According to ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne, New York inked the eighth-year pro to a two-year...Show More Summary
New York picks up a defense-first wing who can also give Carmelo Anthony some scoring help. Free agent shooting guard Arron Afflalo has signed a 2-year, $16 million dollar deal with the New York Knicks, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. Show More Summary
New York Knicks rumors in regard to David West were just contradicted in a big way. The Knicks were linked to West in previous rumors that indicated he was opting out of his deal with the Indiana Pacers in order to head to New York.Show More Summary
The free agent forward wants everyone to know that he wants nothing to do with the Knicks. Free agency just began, but things aren't off to a promising start for the New York Knicks. LaMarcus Aldridge is seemingly not even considering the team. Show More Summary
Iman Shumpert came to the Cleveland Cavaliers from the New York Knicks along with guard J.R. Smith in a January 2015 trade. Today, Shumpert decided to re-sign with the Cavs for four-years and $40 million. Last season between the Knicks and Cavs, Shumpert averaged 8.0 points, to go along with 3.6 rebounds, and 2.2 assists. Show More Summary
New York Knicks rumors got better on the LaMarcus Aldridge front. Aldridge is meeting with the Knicks this week to discuss a long-term contract in one of many stops that he will make on his free agency tour. A report from Yahoo! Sports...Show More Summary
Could #Linsanity be back in New York? According to one report, it's a possibility. The post New York Knicks Have Reportedly Reached Out to Jeremy Lin appeared first on SLAMonline.
CoCo Vandeweghe took out Karolina Pliskova, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4, on Wednesday in the Wimbledon second round. Then she took out the New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony, for some reason. Filip Bondy of the New York Daily News has the story (and, one must assume, asked the question that spurred the comment): “I just feel that […]