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As we approach the halfway point of the NBA season and the looming trade deadline grows closer, the New York Knicks are 25-13. We’ll see if a move is made, but New York doesn’t need shooting, veteran leadership, youth, or athletic ability. The Knicks need TOUGHNESS! Of those 13 losses, 7 of them have been against teams who simply beat the Knicks up for 4 quarters and were very...
Good news for the Knicks: They went into London, increased international popularity for the NBA, and won their game against the Pistons. Better news for the Knicks: Iman Shumpert was on the court for it.
The energy and intensity that the Knicks got out of Iman Shumpert last year, especially towards the end of the season, helped the Knicks finish strong and make it to the playoffs...
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony believes team owner James Dolan was recording his conversations on the basketball court to look out for him.
Sources told ESPN that Dolan ordered technicians at Madison Square Garden to hold parabola microphones at either end of the court for last Friday's game against the Chicago Bulls to see if Click Link Below to Read More!
Listen up! Talk trash to Carmelo Anthony at Madison Square Garden and you may wind up on tape.
Days after Anthony's overreaction to some bad words led to an NBA suspension, MSG chairman James Dolan had listening devices monitoring everything said to and by Anthony, according to a report in the Newark Star-Ledger.
The report Monday said Dolan had two MSG Network audio technicians...
As we reported on Monday Knicks owner James Dolan weirdly had huge hidden microphones at each of the Madison Square Garden court last Friday when his team took on the Bulls.
Yesterday amid news of the wire taps, Dolan said it was for Melo’s protection so he could show the league how much trash talk his star gets on a nightly basis.
As Melo arrived at the team hotel in London...
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony appreciates team owner James Dolan looking out for him. Dolan ordered that microphones be placed near the court in Madison Square Garden for last Friday's game against Chicago to record conversations going on around Anthony in an attempt to document any trash talking. ESPN.com reported this week that the Knicks weren't trying to...
As a member of one of the league’s most fashion-forward teams, keeping up off-court appearances is key for Carmelo Anthony. When he’s not making the fashion rounds in New York City, he’s showcasing his style sense abroad, catching runway shows in London, Paris and Milan.
British GQ caught up with the Knicks forward before his team squared off against the Detroit Pistons at...
Carmelo Anthony has shown, yet again, just how much of a "tough guy" he really is.
In a recent article on ESPN New York, Carmelo Anthony said he had no problem with Knicks owner James Dolan recording conversations 'Melo had with players on the court to see if the trash talk crossed the line.
I got an owner that looks out for me. You can't beat that for an owner...
The House of Hoops invited Knicks’ Tyson Chandler, Amar’e Stoudemire, and Jason Kidd to The Regal Masterclass in London Tuesday for a special evening with their UK fans fans from the London School of Basketball:
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Spike Lee is in London popping off about the Knicks now that he’s done messing up Oldboy. There’s no reason to remake that movie.* I don’t know how he found the time to do all of this in between telling us how Django Unchained isn’t worth seeing even though he hasn’t seen it. Apparently it’s an insult to our ancestors. I’m sorry. We didn’t cover that in the last black...
A couple of days ago, we here at That NBA Lottery Pick featured a story about New York Knicks forward Steve Novak calling out Bulls guard Nate Robinson for using his championship belt celebration.Nate responded to the diss through Twitter but he took it to another level as he decided to shout out Steve Novak during an interview with NBATV's Matt Winer on NBA Gametime:
Earlier this week, rumors surfaced that the Wizards entered the Rudy Gay bidding battle, making what was reportedly a “good” offer to Memphis. Shortly thereafter, The Memphis Commercial Appeal published an article stating that Washington’s offer would have included Wizards rookie Bradley Beal.
Although the rumor of Beal being packaged was quickly extinguished by Beal’s...