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There are few things that New York Knicks forward Metta World Peace can’t do and it appears that he will be starting his own comedy tour according to his own personal website.
Below is the advertising poster for the event which doesn’t have any set acts yet outside of Mr. Peace:
If there are basketball gods, they will let this happen….
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Right now, the Miami Heat are the Yankees of basketball; when they fail everyone outside of South Beach is elated, and when they win everyone despises them. Lebron James has kept his word so far to Heat Nation. They are the 2 time defending champions seeking a three-peat this coming fall. The NBA is swirling with news and the summer league is underway. There are new faces in different...
J.R. Smith can dribble, jump, shoot and score, but can he sing? Check out the New York Knicks role player showing off his pipes by singing Timberlake’s intro on Jay Z’s “Holy Grail” — Last week, he re-signed with the Knicks for three years and approximately $18 million, this week he had surgery on his left knee and will be out for around three months. Plenty of time and...
Bobby Brown: #Knicks could make an offer Friday … My latest story here — http://t.co/H9vztsiY7R
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) July 19, 2013
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Don't be surprised if in the near future you are watching NBATV late at night and you see Jonathan Bender coming on trying to sell you some exercise equipment.
Bender, whose once-promising NBA career was derailed by constant knee injuries and immaturity has found his second calling. That is in exercise equipment.
In April, Bender launched a company based on a piece of...
Wondering what New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith is doing tonight? We here at That NBA Lottery Pick have that information for you.
Thanks to J.R.’s Twitter page, we learned that he was enjoying a classic episode of the Nickelodeon show, “Hey Arnold”:
— JR Smith (@TheRealJRSmith) July 20, 2013
Move it, football head!
New York Knicks: Best and Worst Moves of the Off Season
By Mike Samuels: HoopStuff Writer
Record: 54-28, 2nd in East, 25th in NBA
Best Move: Bargnani Trade
- Trading to get Andrea Bargnani from the Toronto Raptors was a very solid move to get forward, Carmelo Anthony some help off the bench. He can also be used as a center to spell Tyson Chandler, when he needs a breather. ...
As the Knicks wrapped up their 2013 Summer League campaign with a 2-3 record, Max from KnickSwag will give you a breakdown on the individual performances.
Jeremy Tyler… A
Tyler was the only Knick that played 5 excellent games, and therefore has already been invited to training camp. Tyler led the Knicks in scoring with 13 PPG and was 3rd in rebounding with 6.4 a game. What separated...
When we last saw Baron Davis on an NBA floor, he was wearing a New York Knicks uniform being carted off the court after suffering a devastating knee injury in the Knicks first-round playoff loss to the Miami Heat in 2012.
Since then Davis has been rehabbing his knee with the Knicks and has served in an advisory role since September, and has been observing free agent workouts this...