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I don’t really want to mention Linsanity at this point, but it’s kind of hard not to when I’m going to talk about Raymond Felton’s 2012-13 season. If you remember, this time last year we were wondering how the Knicks were going to develop Jeremy Lin, their unquestioned point guard of the present and future. If I would have told you on June 11, 2012 that Lin would be a Rocket, the Knicks would bring back Felton and go on to win 54 games, the Atlantic Division, etc. in 2013, you probably would have, like, not agreed with me.
And since Felton was the main cog in the trade that made it apparent that Lin was not returning, and since they play the same position, there’s always going to be a connection between the two, even if it gets weaker as the Linsanity Era gets smaller in the rear view mirror. The early returns are that the Knicks made a good deal (if we’re treating Felton replacing Lin as a “deal”, even though it wasn’t). Felton had a very good season and was one of the only Knicks...
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An important thing to understand about the New York Knicks and JR Smith this off-season is that he is getting their 4.9 million Early Bird exception or nobody is. The money cannot be allocated elsewhere. There isn’t a “let JR walk and put that 4.9 million elsewhere” option. Considering Smith was second on the team in scoring, third in rebounding, fourth in assists and played...
Fresh off retiring from the NBA as a player, Jason Kidd must've come to the conclusion that he was getting very bored very quickly after just a few days at home.The now former Knicks' guard is wasting no time looking for his next job, gunning for the Nets' vacant head coaching position.There are plenty of things farfetched with such a development. Just weeks after last...
Are you ready for your latest new couple alert? One of my theories is that every athlete that’s able wants to add a celebrity chick to his roster. It’s sort of like a “mama I made it moment” or at the very least, more love and adoration from the homies back home and the professional friends. :giggle: Add another jock to the pile, New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert has been...
Though they only own the 24th overall selection in this month's NBA Draft, Glen Grunwald and the Knicks know anything they can happen.Trades often go down just seconds before a pick, and though a team may not have multiple draft choices, moves can always be made to snag another pick in order to reel in that second or third player that caught an executive's eye during workouts...
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A source confirms Jason Kidd will be the new coach of the Nets.
— Stefan Bondy (@NYDNInterNets) June 13, 2013
Jason Kidd did not stay away from the NBA for long. Kidd, 40, recently retired but will return to the league as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Kidd played for the Nets from 2001-2008 and reportedly blew the team away when interviewed for...
Jason Kidd could be reunited with the Nets franchise by the end of the week as Kidd emerges as the top candidate to take over as Brooklyn's new head coach, according to multiple reports.
Contract talks are under way and Kidd is working to put together a coaching staff, according to Yahoo Sports! To hire Kidd, the Nets are reportedly looking to also add one or two assistant coaches...
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Former New York Knicks star, Patrick Ewing, has been hired by longtime friend, Michael Jordan, as “Associate Head Coach” of the Charlotte Bobcats.
The Bobcats recently hired Steve Clifford as head coach and Ewing will apparently be second in command.
The news was first reported by Yahoo! Sports Adrian Wojnarowsk.
With Jason Kidd becoming the Brooklyn Nets' new head coach, Raymond Felton admits he will need to take an elevated leadership role on the New York Knicks, as well as increased pressure to make smart decisions.
“I guess that means I have to step up my game a little but more, be a little bit more of a leader,” Felton said. “It’s just a little more pressure on me I guess...