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Jared Jeffries was re-acquired by New York last February.
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Jared Jeffries played well under Mike D’Antoni and is a versatile forward who can defend numerous positions. He is limited offensively and that cost the Knicks in Game 2 of their playoff series against Boston when he blew a chance to give the Knicks the lead in the final seconds when he committed a turnover.
I have a hard time analyzing Carmelo Anthony. Having been my favorite player to come out of the 2003 NBA Draft, having the most success. Anthony has not been able to replicate his college success to the NBA in terms of team performance. Although playing against tough opponents, Carmelo has only won one first round series out of 7 tries. His stats are par...
Chauncey Billups knows that he’d become expendable should the Knicks and Hornets work out a trade involving Chris Paul, and he’s not thrilled with the idea. From the NY Times: “Chauncey Billups was yanked from his hometown and dropped into New York in February because of a superstar’s discontent. Now another superstar’s wanderlust could send him packing again. Ten months...
The Knicks and Jared Jeffries agreed to terms on a one-year deal Tuesday believed to be at the veteran’s minimum of $1.4 million.
If the Knicks don’t sign a center through free agency, Jeffries could be their starting center, as he was in 2009-10 .
Jeffries’ second stint...
Landry Fields admitted that he became a different player once Carmelo Anthony was traded to the Knicks, going as far to say that he "shrunk" over the last two months of the season.
Veteran wing Grant Hill might join the New York Knicks as a free agent before the 2011-12 season starts up.
Makes sense, as Hill's former team in Phoenix is looking to pinch pennies, and Hill's recent obsessive focus with defense would aid a Knicks team that finished 22nd out of 30 teams defensively last season. On top of that, Hill's wife Tamia is moving into the second...
Carmelo Anthony's return to Denver as a member of the Knicks will not happen during the 11-12 season.
The Wizards are close to bringing back District native Roger Mason Jr. Players are unable to reach oral or written deals with teams until the new collective bargaining agreement is ratified but Mason is set to have his second run with his hometown team, according to multiple people with knowledge of the situation.
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