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Baron Davis has continued to rehab his knee and hopes to return to the NBA this season.
Davis has worked for the New York Knicks over the past year.
"My whole thing is to get in the best shape of my life and by September or October be ready to showcase my talent and try out for whoever I need to try out for," said Davis. "I think the most important thing is being in shape."
Davis is now 34 years old.
Davis also clarified that he was joking about recently being abducted by aliens.
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Baron Davis has his life as a film maker, and I’m sure there are other ventures that piqued his interest, but basketball and a proper exit were always at the forefront for point guard.
Davis was at the Vegas summer league taking in some of the action, and revealed that he plans to make a return to the NBA next season.
Between attempts at comedy, Davis says he has continued the...
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According to MSG’s Alan Hahn, 13-year NBA veteran, Baron Davis, says he plans to return to the NBA this season. The point guard averaged 6.1 points and 4.7 assists in 29 games for the Knicks in 2011-12 before suffering a season-ending knee injury during the postseason.
….Davis says he has continued the rehabilitation process on the gruesome knee injury he suffered in the 2012...
Tim Hardaway Jr.’s name strongly hints at who his father is, but on Wednesday afternoon the former Michigan guard took to Twitter to clear up any confusion. The junior at the end of his name should have been a large clue for people, but apparently the rookie who was selected by the Knicks 24th overall in the 2013 NBA draft, still gets mistaken for being the son of Penny Hardaway...
OK, let’s get all the jokes out-of-the-way: My prerogative, New Edition, Every little step I take, all the R & B Bobby Brown references apply here. Now can we talk hoops?
OK, Bobby Brown, the 6 foot 2 point guard out of Los Angeles, California recently worked out for the New York Knicks. This last season the 28-year old was in Europe where he has come off his best year as a...
JERUSALEM — The president of Israel has invited New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire to play for the country’s national basketball team because of his ties to Judaism.
Shimon Peres met with Stoudemire on Thursday to discuss the player’s charity efforts. Stoudemire, who says he has “Hebrew roots,” has traveled to Israel before, and Peres urged him to help the national team...
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!
The New York Knicks have “a lot of positive momentum” in talks with Bobby Brown after the team worked out the star Euroleague point guard this week, according to a player source.
"Talks are very good [with the Knicks]," the source said. "I would be surprised if a signing isn't being considered. It would be a great signing for them."
Brown averaged 18.8...
The president of Israel has invited New York Knicks star Amar'e Stoudemire to play for the country's national basketball team because of his ties to Judaism.
Shimon Peres met with Stoudemire on Thursday to discuss the player's charity efforts. Stoudemire, who says he has ''Hebrew roots,'' has traveled to Israel before and Peres urged him to help the national...
The revelation that J. R. Smith had knee surgery Monday — just four days after signing a rich, new four-year contract — made the Knicks’ investment look instantly suspect and possibly ill-advised. But the surgery was not a surprise to team officials. And the investment was not as extensive as first believed.
Smith’s deal covers a maximum of three years, with a total value...
The president of Israel has invited Knicks star Amare Stoudemire to play for the country's national basketball team because of his ties to Judaism.
Shimon Peres met with Stoudemire on Thursday to discuss the player's charity efforts. Stoudemire, who says he has "Hebrew roots," has traveled to Israel before and Peres urged him to help the national team.
Iman Shumpert appears to be a budding young star for the Knicks. And apparently owner James Dolan wanted to ship him out of town to teach him a lesson, according to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
Smith told Dwight Howard that Knicks owner James Dolan wanted to trade the third-year guard, because Shumpert didn't want to work out in the NBA Summer League while chit-chatting before...
Before Stephen A. Smith performed a sit-down interview with Dwight Howard last week about his signing with the Rockets, the two engaged in some off camera banter.
A short blurb was caught on video and uploaded to YouTube in which NY native Smith tells Howard that Knicks owner James Dolan was “ready to trade [Iman Shumpert]” because the Knicks guard, who returned in January from...