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Unless you’re a serious observer of international basketball, you didn’t know who Pablo Prigioni was when the Knicks signed him on July 23, 2012. I was one of those, and our first look at him was during the Olympics. While Olympic hoops is a different game than the NBA, you could see right away that Prigioni was a pro, and to be overly simple, knew what he was doing out there. Whether he could make a real impact for an NBA team that had deep-playoff-run aspirations no one could say for sure, but you knew there wasn’t going to be anything at this level that he hadn’t seen. 35-year-old rookies are prepared like that.
Early in the season, we saw from Prigioni much of what we saw during the Olympics, and it reinforced the types of things you heard about his game – he’s smart, solid, won’t thrill you but won’t kill you eiither. Later in the season when the Knicks were struggling a bit and were banged up, Mike Woodson decided to give Prigioni a shot in the starting lineup, something Knic...
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After an exit out of the playoffs that was far too early for any Knick fans expectations, everyone has one thing to look forward to: Iman Shumpert.
Despite not playing a full season due to a league-wide lockout and an ACL tear, Shumpert has developed his game and IS ready to take the next step. Iman proved that in the playoffs, as he was the only Knick to play consistently...
Chris DiGioia kicks off our look at New York Knicks Draft Prospects by breaking down North Texas forward Tony Mitchell.
The New York Knicks are going to have plenty on their plate come draft day, and having possession of the 24th overall pick, a wide range of intriguing prospects could be available. North Texas combo forward Tony Mitchell could easily find himself in a Knicks uniform...
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No one exactly knows why the Knicks gave an injury prone 39-year-old center a three year deal, but Camby is planning to collect every penny. I am not mad at him.
Camby’s agent Richard Kaplan told ESPNNewYork.com on Thursday that the 17-year-veteran is committed to returning next season to be the backup center.“The game plan is still the same,” Kaplan said. “There’s no...
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Will Bynum, the pint size PG from the Detroit Pistons is has drawn some interest from the New York Knicks. With his small stature but competitive heart, Will has made a lasting impression on opponents. He is in the same mold as Nate Robinson, without the smooth shooting stroke, but he has the strength and tempo to be a very serviceable back up point for many teams, especially the...
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been showing you some of the more miserable draft nights in New York Knicks history. In case you missed them, here’s the list that leaves much to be desired.
Nene Hilario (the Antonio McDyess trade)
If you thought things couldn’t get any worse, you are sorely mistaken. This Throwback Thursday, we’re taking you...
With Jason Kidd becoming the Brooklyn Nets' new head coach, Raymond Felton admits he will need to take an elevated leadership role on the New York Knicks, as well as increased pressure to make smart decisions.
“I guess that means I have to step up my game a little but more, be a little bit more of a leader,” Felton said. “It’s just a little more pressure on me I guess...
Carmelo Anthony visited his wife LaLa on the set of Think Like A Man 2 today, then stopped to take this picture with comedian Kevin Hart. Not gonna lie, Hart looks dapper. Maybe Melo shoulda stepped up and gone with the headband to spice things up. Just sayin
Happy Bday Melo
LaLa In Vegas
(good find by Terez)
Gabrielle W/O Makeup
CP3 Texts Dwight