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Since taking over as Men's Basketball Coach at St. John's University, Steve Lavin has not only been a fan-favorite, but a key member in the Big Apple community.For the second straight year, the Lavin-endorsed "Dribble For a Cure" event will make its way to the St. John's University campus, taking place this coming Saturday morning, September 22nd.As if supporting the great cause and honoring those who suffer from and/or have conquered cancer in the past isn't enough, Knicks fans are receiving a bit of extra incentive this year.Knickerbocker legend John Starks will indeed be on campus Saturday, joining a bevy of coaches and student-athletes as they all come together, doing their part to fight the horrific disease. Since putting an end to his playing days, Starks too has made an effort to remain a very present figure in the community when it comes to worthy causes. This weekend will be no different.Interested in contributing and/or attending? Perhaps you'...
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What are two of the hottest topics around the Big Apple right now?You guessed it! Iman Shumpert's knee injury rehab, and the release of Apple's IPhone 5. Our funny friends at "The NOC" give an inside look at both in their latest production.In this spoof review, Shumpert examines the IPhone's features and abilities...as they relate to the physical game of basketball...
Stephon Marbury says he doesn't believe Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony can win together. He also had some interesting things to say about the Knicks' ownership.
The New York Knicks’ Iman Shumpert may have a career as a consumer advocate. Watch him take the new iphone 5 for a very destructive test drive.
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For those of you who wanted to know about Stephon Marbury's thoughts about the New York Knicks current duo of Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, Marbury recently revealed his thoughts in an interview with ESPN New York. When asked by ESPN writer Ian Bagley about the combo, Stephon stated that he didn't believe the two players complimented each other well in a basketball...
Apple iPhone 5 just released! New York Knicks' Iman Shumpert shatters a new iPhone 5 in an attempt to see how it performs as a basketball.
At the end of the video Shumpert says tune in for his iPad 4 review.
The New York Knicks have their fair share of critics and you can count amongs them former All Star Stephon Marbury who does not like what he sees in his former team. Marbury in particular doesn’t see any potential with the pairing of Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire. When asked if the pair could “thrive” [...]
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Shawne Williams wanted to play in New York next season. The Knicks don't appear to want him though. While he's been able to step out and stretch defenses some from his post playing position in the NBA, New York is looking for more of a traditional big to bring off the bench in support of Stoudemire.
Traditional in the sense that those bigs are looking to bang, rebound...
The iPhone 5 just dropped but Knicks Iman Shumpert has a better use for it than talking, texting and flossing for your friends with it. Instead, Shump wants to see what type of basketball-like qualities it has. I think that may have hurt my heart. ::giggle:: Random, doesn’t Iman remind you of 80′s rapper Big [...]
Former Knicks’ guard and current TV analyst for MSG, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, had some opinions to lend about the current state of the New York Knicks and one of those opinions involves Carmelo Anthony becoming more like LeBron James.
The belief is that Carmelo needs to become more of a two-way player, or a jack of all trades, much like LeBron James has been in Miami, or even...
Knicks guard Iman Shumpert tweeted a photo of himself and the original Queen Bee, Lil Kim. Maybe they’ll jump on a track together. In the meantime, check out his latest, “Do you love me” Check out his soundcloud to hear more. photos via Instagram
But it definitely must be a change of scenery for Amare, cause he don’t get that kind of love in NYC.