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The Knicks have exercised its third-year option on guard Iman Shumpert.
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Fat, chubby, “Felton fry;” the nicknames were everywhere Raymond Felton looked. No matter how hurtful the names were, they were justifiable, and Felton will be the first to admit it, as he averaged career lows in points per game (11.4) and rebounds per game (2.5). Knicks fans were understandably hesitant when James Dolan traded for and signed Felton to a three year, $25 million...
This is a new ad for some product called� Isotonix® Champion Blend Plus which is a chocolate milk-flavored drink. It’s apparently loaded with vitamins, hence the tagline, “Change the Way You Take Vitamins.” But New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony doesn’t need to sit through some boring lecture about the product. Instead, he amuses himself [...]
Once again, Knicks camp is up and running an we have some video updates for you. Shump discusses a few things, along with Novak and Mike Woodson. The real questions I have are for this weekends games. Will Amare be ready to fit in with this team as the 2nd option? And Is Marcus in the mix for the next 2 games? Rushing players back from injury is never a good idea, however this team...
Watch Out For The Knicks Offense
When people talk about the 12/13 New York Knicks, you think defense. The Knicks have a “so called” defensive minded coach and the perception around the league is the players that have been brought in are all defensive minded guys.
Woodson is completely underrated as an offensive coach and has the stigma of just an ISO style coach.
Mike has brought that old school vibe back to NY. Will he come through or is he all talk – no results? It is clear Mike wanted a veteran heavy team. I am excited with the back to the basket mentality and believe it will open up the passing lanes and force double teams to leave the perimeter players wide for the open shot. From day 1, Mike has held everyone accountable with their...
At some point, this Carmelo Anthony thing has to become more than a fashion statement.
Thats what facing the New York Knicks, as they wait to take all that frontcourt talent -- Anthony, Amare Stoudemire, Tyson Chandler -- and turn themselves into a real-life contender.
Instead, the Knicks seem to be stuck in the muck, spinning their wheels, trying to find the right combinations...
Carmelo Anthony had concerns that Mike D'Antoni would favor Jeremy Lin in how the Knicks' offense was run.
Carmelo Anthony's way
After nine seasons, Melo can get what he wants. But is it what he needs?
Originally Published: October 16, 2012By Tim Keown | ESPN The Magazine26239781EmailPrint
ESPN The Mag: Carmelo Anthony
Carmelo Anthony talks about why there isn't anything anyone can say to change what it is he wants to do on the basketball court.Tags: ESPN The Magazine...