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The New York Knicks have signed Cole Aldrich, the team announced on Tuesday.
Aldrich has averaged two points and 2.3 rebounds in three NBA seasons.
Aldrich was the No. 11 pick in the 2010 NBA draft, acquired by the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Aldrich finished last season with the Sacramento Kings.
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#Knicks have added C Cole Aldrich. Good potential as a backup for Tyson Chandler.
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) September 24, 2013
#Knicks announce signing of Cole Aldrich. Was working out for the team last week and Monday. Question is knees; always has been since draft.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) September 24, 2013
Interesting signing. We all know that...
The New York Knicks have stocked their depth chart the past few days, and on Wednesday, they added two more into the mix.
New York has invited veteran forwards Ike Diogu and Josh Powell to training camp, according to Al Iannazzone of Newsday. Both contracts are not guaranteed, and these additions make 19 players on the roster.
Cole Aldrich makes 17 players signed for camp. It will...
Raymond Felton has his eyes on a captain spot on the New York Knicks this season, seeking to become one of the team's leaders.
“I’ve always been a leader — high school, college,’’ Felton said. “My thing was last year being away for two years to get used to the guys on the team. I got back in touch with the guys and didn’t try to force myself in that role right...
Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins is on course to see his contract extended before the Oct. 31 extension deadline for 2010 first-round picks according to sources with knowledge of the talks.
Two sources told ESPN.com that Cousins could actually have a deal wrapped up before the Kings open training camp next week in Santa Barbara Calif.
But even if it takes longer sources...
DeMarcus Cousins is on track to have his contract extended with the Sacramento Kings before the Oct. 31 deadline for 2010 first round picks, according to sources.
Cousins could have a deal wrapped up before the Kings open training camp next week.
Contract negotiations are under way and Pete D'Alessandro is scheduled to return to Sacramento early this week to resume talks.
Former NBA center and current TNT analyst Shaquille O’Neal is continuing to build his post-playing career resume, with his recent venture into NBA ownership. Is he buying into the Lakers? Nah. What about the team that draft him, the Orlando…Read more →
Since staring at the schedule isn’t making the 2013-14 season get any closer, TOK is breaking down the New York Knicks’ games by division . We continue with the Southeast Division.
Last Year: The Knicks won 3 out of 4 over the Champs, including two 20 point victories.
This Year: Home – January 9th (TNT), February 1st (ESPN), Away – February 27th (TNT), April...
Last week, ESPN released its yearly Ultimate Franchise rankings naming the Grizzlies the top sports franchise. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the poll named the Sacramento Kings the worst franchise in American sports.
To that the Kings said, "Challenge accepted."
Shortly after the full poll was released, the Kings made their own release to ESPN challenging the...
New York Knicks: Free Agency Grades
By Mike Samuels Hoopstuff/Writer
(G) Toure’ Murry (1 year deal worth $490K)
(PG) Chris Smith (2 year deal worth $1.31 million)
(PG) Beno Udrih (1 year deal worth $1.27 million)
(C) Jeremy Tyler (2 year deal worth $1.83 million)
(PF) Kenyon Martin (1 year deal worth $1.40 million)
(F) Metta World...
Shaquille O'Neal has purchased a minority stake in the Sacramento Kings.
O'Neal plans to meet with players and coaches of the Kings and will have dinner with DeMarcus Cousins.
"What interested me in this deal is the new vision, the new Kings, the new everything," O'Neal said. "I've always wanted to be part of something like this…It's going to be great."
(Photo Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports) SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Multiple sources from ESPN.com report that Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins is close to a contract extension with the franchise. The extension could be done before the Kings open training camp next week, and is expected to be finished well before the October 31 contract extension deadline […]
The Trail Blazers still have not forgiven Raymond Felton.
Felton is now a productive point guard for the Knicks, but two years ago he kind of, sort of, pretty much quit on the Blazers. In Portland unwillingly as a result of three-team trade involving a batch of role players, Felton coasted his way to more than $7.5 million in the 2011-12 season while career lows of 11.4 points per...