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For weeks, rumors have swirled as to whether or not the Knicks would ship Iman Shumpert to a team like the Suns in exchange for perhaps a more versatile contributor in Jared Dudley.As fate would have it, when push came to shove, New York actually ended up putting more eggs in the Shumpert basket as the NBA trade deadline came to pass.According to reports, the Knicks have sent former starting two guard Ronnie Brewer to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a future second round pick.The Arkansas product had been playing sparingly after losing his job to (who else?) Shumpert, appearing in a game for more than five minutes only once in New York's last ten contests.Though Brewer wasn't playing all too much, there were talks of reinserting him back into the starting unit as the Knicks continue to struggle to find the right formula for success again. Trading him away before rolling the dice for a second time means New York ultimately have even more faith in Shumpert, who has experienced h...
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Sources tell me the #Knicks are shopping Ronnie Brewer. Not sure for who. J. O’Neal (via trade) & L. Amundson (via pickup) are also targets.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) February 20, 2013
Are the Knicks sending out feelers on some of their players? It is clear the Knicks are in need of some front-court help. I am interested to find out what it would cost the Knicks...
The seventh year vet from the New York Knicks has been acquired by your Oklahoma City Thunder. Brewer, a league traveler, has spent time with the Jazz, Bulls, Grizzlies, Knicks and now is with the Thunder. Brewer was traded for a 2014 second round pick. A very low risk, high reward situation for Oklahoma City, [...]
A ton of deals are pouring in. Here’s one regarding the New York Knicks.
According to Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman, the Knicks have traded Ronnie Brewer to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a second-round pick.
Thunder sending Knicks a future second-round pick for Brewer.
— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) February 21, 2013
The Thunder were fairly active in also send their...
The New York Knicks have traded Ronnie Brewer to the Oklahoma City Thunder, first reported by OKC beat writer Darnell Mayberry. In an effort to clear a roster spot, for a future signing, the Knicks will receive a 2014 second-round pick from the Thunder.
In 46 games with the Knicks, 34 of them starts, Ronnie Brewer averaged 3.6 points on 36% shooting, 2.2 rebound & 0.9 assists...
The New York Knicks suffered an ugly loss at the hands of the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night by the score of 125-91. There were very few highlights for the Knicks, but one of them was an accidental soccer-style pass by Iman Shumpert to Steve Novak.
It happened in the fourth quarter (after most Knicks fans had probably turned the game off). Shumpert stumbled when trying to...
NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Knicks traded swingman Ronnie Brewer to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, opening up a roster spot that will be used to sign veteran forward Kenyon Martin.
Team president Glen Grunwald said Martin will be signed to a 10-day contract with the hopes that he could remain for the remainder of the season.
Grunwald said Martin will be insurance for...
OKLAHOMA CITY When is Ronnie Brewer supposed to get here, anyway?
It's kind of hard to wrap your mind around the fact there may not be a more-pressing question for this Oklahoma City team.
But maybe that's where we are as March approaches and the Thunder defense becomes more invisible than the lenses in Russell Westbrook's glasses.
Because if Oklahoma City can'...
New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert had a very unorthodox assist Wednesday night againt the Indiana Pacers.
Just before the end of the third quarter, Shumpert went to drive to the hole, but couldn’t decided if he wanted to do a behind-the-back crossover or a spin move on Indiana’s Lance Stephenson and lost control of the ball. As Stephenson went in for the steal, Shumpert tried...
Ronnie Brewer being dealt to the Oklahoma City Thunder was not the only change going on in New York at Thursday’s NBA Trade Deadline.
The Knicks used their time wisely in signing veteran forward Kenyon Martin to a 10-day contract and the deal is expected to be completed by early next week. New York has been in need of big man help and talk of Martin joining the Knicks has been...
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Iman Shumpert had a pretty solid rookie campaign last season for the New York Knicks, but after suffering a torn ACL injury that year, the 22-year-old hasn’t been the same. In 14 games this season, Shumpert is averaging a lowly five points and three rebounds per game, while shooting 32-percent.
He’s clearly been a slump, and as the New York Post reports,...
The Magic and Knicks have had discussions about a deal that would send J.J. Redick to New York and Iman Shumpert to Orlando, according to Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld
OKLAHOMA CITY If you were waiting, hoping and anticipating Oklahoma City would make a last-minute deadline deal that would put it a step closer to a parade down the streets of the city, well, it didn't happen.
Yes, the Thunder are still a championship contender, but are they better than they were 24 hours ago?
Also a yes.
The Thunder are in need of a third scorer behind Kevin...
The Thunder have acquired Ronnie Brewer from the New York Knicks for a future second rounder
In a report by Alex Kennedy, the Knicks may have made an offer to the Atlanta Hawks for Josh Smith. According to Kennedy, the Knicks may have offered Amar’e Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert to the Hawks for Josh Smith and a salary cap filler. The deal makes a lot of sense for the Knicks, who are strapped against the salary cap for the next two years. Stoudemire is...
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After trading away Ronnie Brewer on Thursday during the trade deadline, the New York Knicks were able to open up a roster spot on their team, and it looks like they will use it as they immediately signed veteran power forward Kenyon Martin right after, according to ESPN New York.
The 35-year-old played with the Los Angeles Clippers last season, in which...