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Grant Hill broke down his his list of potential teams he would like to play for next season to three, says Frank Isola on Twitter.
Hill, 39, is the second oldest player in the NBA behind Kurt thomas. His teams of choice to play for next season are the New York Knicks, Miami Heat or Los Angeles Lakers. Isola has also said via Twitter that Hill recently met with the Knicks to discuss a potential role with the team.
Hill is obviously looking to be on a team considered to be championship contenders. The Knicks seem to be the frontrunners but the Lakers now have former Suns teammate Steve Nash. His wife Tamia prefers New York over Miami or Los Angeles.
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After being informed the Rockets' poison pill (re: Jeremy Lin) became that much more deadly with the altered terms, the Knicks took to the phones. Working feverishly to seek out other potential alternatives, the team didn't have to look very far. With that, a former Knick and rumored offseason target will be returning to the Big Apple.The Knicks agreed to a sign & trade...
The New York Knicks troubles continued as the team decides if Jeremy Lin is worth $58.3 million in 2014-15.
The New York Post reports that if the Knicks matched the Rockets offer sheet for Lin, owner James Dolan could pay the $58.3 million because of the new CBA's luxury-tax penalties.
The Knicks seem to have decided to pair Jason Kidd with a cheaper point-guard in Raymond Felton...
With news breaking that Raymond Felton was coming back to New York and the team did not have plans on matching Houston’s offer sheet to Jeremy Lin, fans everywhere are surprised. And apparently, some Knicks fans are not happy. At all.
Fans have started a petition to Knicks management to keep Jeremy Lin in town. The Harvard graduate was an instant fan favorite, as he was a huge...
Raymond Felton is returning to New York, calling into question whether the Knicks plan to re-sign fellow point guard Jeremy Lin.
Felton's agent confirmed a Yahoo Sports report Saturday that Felton would be signed and traded by Portland to New York.
Lin has signed an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets, and the Knicks have repeatedly said they would match any offer for their...
It’s looking more and more likely that the Knicks won’t be matching the contract the Houston Rockets gave to Jeremy Lin. In light of comments made by Carmelo Anthony and JR Smith, for chemistry’s sake, it seems like that is probably not a bad thing. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Smith was extremely candid about [...]
In a stunning development, sources report that the New York Knicks have decided not to match the offer sheet the Houston Rockets presented to Jeremy Lin for $25 million over three years. To soften the departure of Lin, the Knicks … Continue reading →
The Phoenix Suns have won the bidding for forward Luis Scola and used the amnesty clause to cut forward Josh Childress.
A fan favorite in Houston, the 6-foot-9 Scola averaged 14.5 points and 7.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Rockets. He grabbed 2,984 rebounds to rank ninth on Houston's career list.
But the Rockets used the amnesty option to waive Scola on Friday. The rugged...
Welcome to New York Jason Kidd. The newly signed Knicks point guard was arrested early Sunday morning on a DUI. Of course details are still under wraps but for now, here’s what we do know. Kidd, 39, was arraigned on a misdemeanor DWI charge on Sunday morning in Southampton Town Justice Court and released on [...]
Do we want to go into next season with Ray Felton and Jason Kidd as our point guards? Felton in 2012 is not the same as Felton in 2010. I question if he is in NBA basketball shape and if he can recover his outside shooting--only 30% from beyond the arc last year. Similarly, If Jason Kidd's recent DWI arrest is an indication of how he intends to behave off court, I would...
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