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That NBA Lottery Pick:
If you're looking for a Carmelo Anthony interview to pass the time on this Saturday, check out this interview he did with Global Grind's Sharon Carpenter:
BEST OF MAXIM
The New York Knicks had a bumpy road since trading for Carmelo Anthony; they were swept in the 2011 NBA playoffs and finally won a game in last year’s playoffs against the Miami Heat, but would lose in five games. Amar’e Stoudemire would have a lackadaisical season, Carmelo Anthony would come into the season [...]
In the most obvious of New York Knicks moves, Mike Bibby’s time with the Knickerbockers is likely over. Bibby is 34 years old and is too under productive to be brought back to a roster with three point guards that are locks to make the team. He only averaged 2.6 points, 1.5 rebounds, 2.1 assists in just 39 regular season games with the Knicks last season. Needless to say, Bibby is...
The Knicks can sign players and trade players, but the team will sink or swim with the game of Carmelo Anthony at the helm. I’m not saying he has to do it all, I actually think he needs to do less. Having trust in his teammates is über important. Not many stars can have that trust.
Speaking of trust, Alan Iverson was one of those players that had a hard time trusting his teammates...
Ronnie Brewer Junior was a low key signing for the New York Knicks this off-season, but a HUGE piece of the puzzle towards the ultimate goal. Winning isn’t a hope, but a necessity at this stage. Ronnie will be a far larger piece than people recognize and we will tell you why.
Ronnie Brewer Jr. born in Portland, Oregon in 1985, attended the University of Arkansas and was...
Raymond Felton, probable starting point guard for the New York Knicks, has been under a microscope since he has signed with the franchise. Most of the scrutiny has been based on his weight and his abysmal season with the Portland Trailblazers, but he does appear to be dedicated to remove his spare tire and [...]
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is on vacation in Thailand with wife Lala, internet mogul JR Ridinger and his wife Loren who also happens to be behind Lala’s make-up line, Motives. photos via Instagram
N.Y. Knicks rising star Iman Shumpert took it wayyyyyy back as he tweeted a photo from his Instagram of himself headed to an 80′s party. Shump got the look down pat with his loud printed button-up, orange trousers, vintage glasses, I like how he spruced up his outfit with the 2 chainz!! and to top everything off, the legendary flat top hair cut. This would be considered being fresh...
New York: NBA Draft Grade F
(48) Kostas Papanikolaou, SF
The Knicks fans waited late in the second round for the Knicks to pick but they should have gone home early. As soon as this pick was announced the Knicks fans started booing. If Papanikolaou ever suits up it won’t be for a couple of year because of his overseas contract.
Offseason/ Free Agents and Trades:...
The Knicks are interested in signing Sean Williams, who was recently waived by the Rockets.
Back on Tuesday, New York Knicks star center Tyson Chandler was back home in California and got the chance to stop by Good Day LA.Check out the full-length interview in the below video with Good Day LA's Jillian Reynolds and Steve Edwards: (Courtesy of Hooped Up)
If you happen to be an NBA player looking for help on your game, you can usually find some former NBA star to help with that.Recently, Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee and New York Knicks center Amare Stoudemire took some time out of their busy schedule to learn the post from one of the greats, Hakeem Olajuwon.Check out one of their work-outs in the below video:(Courtesy of Pro Basketball Talk)
Celtics Green Maine Red Claws Announce Schedule
Assistant Coach Mike Zarren to Stay with Celtics
Kris Joseph Participates in Steve Nash's Team Canada Camp
Jason Terry Has Some Fun Shooting Reebok Commercial
Paul Pierce Undergoing Sand Therapy
Lex Nihil Novi Larry Lights Up the Jazz
McHale Already Being Mentioned in Same Breath as Walton
Celtic Nation Two-Headed Monster...
At 39 years old, Jason Kidd probably is not looking to become the next great New York Knicks point guard. Eighteen years into his NBA career, Kidd would be content to merely help the Knicks' apparently incompatible stars find a way to play together. And that could make him the perfect conductor of an otherwise dysfunctional orchestra. The Knicks were a mess last season, as they...