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The New York Knicks are focused on adding another big man before next season, according to several sources with knowledge of the team’s plans.
Hamed Haddadi worked out for the Knicks earlier this month, before participating in the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship.
The Knicks, according to a source, are intrigued by Haddadi’s size and interior presence.
Haddadi averaged 4.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.2 blocks in 13.8 minutes per game for the Phoenix Suns last season.
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Free-agent center Hamed Haddadi who worked out for the Knicks on Aug. 16 might not be done with the team yet. A source close to the player says it is "still possible" that Haddadi signs with New York.
The Knicks technically have only one roster spot remaining but C.J. Leslie and Jeremy Tyler both inked partially guaranteed contracts which means they are not locks to make...
The New York Knicks have made measured improvements to their 54 win roster last season. However, with the transactions around the Eastern Conference most are projecting them as no better than the fifth best team in the East. What five x-factors could push them to exceed expectations?
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There use to be a time that athletes would marry the anonymous women and just mess around with the celebs, groupies, Twodels and Reality Show girls.
That still happens from time to time (see Chris Paul or LeBron), but more and more the athletes are more comfortable having a reality show girl as their main lady (see Lamar Odom or Matt Barnes).
Stiletto Jill always says that athletes...
There are two people that the current Los Angeles Lakers regime will never stop talking about and neither of them is Kobe Bryant.
Those semi-unfortunate objects of the Lakers malcontent and affection are former center Dwight Howard and ex-coach Phil Jackson.
It seems that there is indeed a thin line between love and hate. Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni continues to allow the public...
Source: Haddadi ‘still possible’ to #Knicks … My latest story here — http://t.co/aOZeu21nwT
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) August 27, 2013
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This is part of a bigger story in GQ about Media Take Out, but besides not sourcing who started the Honey Nut Cheerios story (umm it was me), Lala had an opportunity to ask the Media Take Out founder Fred Mwangaguhunga if heard about Carmelo Anthony ever cheating.
The conversation goes as follows.
Fred doesn’t know much more than that about where the rumor came from. Which is...
David Stern, concerned that the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets were being too mean to each other, called a meeting last season with the teams’ respective owners to ask them to tamp down the rivalry.
No, you did not accidentally stumble into the sports section of The Onion. This really happened, according to the New York Daily News. The commissioner of the NBA doesn’t want...
David Stern, concerned that the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets were being too mean to each other, called a meeting last season with the teams' respective owners to ask them to tamp down the rivalry.
No, you did not accidentally stumble into the sports section of The Onion. This really happened, according to the New York Post. The commissioner of the NBA doesn't want his...
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The Knicks and Brooklyn Nets are both vying to own New York, and the NBA supports such competition.
The league would just prefer the competition between the two franchises be a bit more friendlier. The New York Post is reporting that the NBA ordered Knicks owner James Dolan and Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov to tone down their rivalry, and avoid any tension between the two franchises...
Tweet In the 2011-2012 NBA season, Jeremy Lin and the ensuing “Linsanity” movement swept the league, the New York Knicks, and a lot of the world really. Now that story is going to be told on the silver screen. The movie entitled simply “Linsanity is scheduled to hit theatres on October 4 of this year. […]
Play nice guys.
That essentially was the directive given to owners James Dolan of the Knicks and Mikhail Prokhorov of the Nets this past season during a meeting orchestrated by NBA Commissioner David Stern who wanted to snuff any lingering tension between the two and prevent a full-blown feud multiple league sources told The Post.
“There was such a meeting and the parties both...