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The Knicks look steady at the point guard position, with Raymond Felton, Jason Kidd, and Pablo Prigioni all already in the fold.But as the team learned last season, various injuries and/or a player's failure to meet expectations can always lead to an unknown void needing to be filled.With Kidd and Prigioni both already in their upper thirties (our friend Seth notes the Argentine point guard is actually sitting out today's Olympic contest), perhaps New York is looking for some insurance down the line.The Knicks announced yesterday that they've signed Louisville guard Chris Smith, younger brother of swingman and the team's sixth man, J.R. Smith.The younger Smith donned orange and blue for the team during NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, but played sparingly and only shot 29% from the field.It's been widely reported that C. Smith's one year deal is non-guaranteed, and thus, such a signing is viewed by many as purely a favor to his older brother.Even so, my pal Ja...
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When he’s not busy filming public service announcements for New York City’s Department of Transportation, he apparently spends his idle time coming up with pretty neat-looking video games. Davis, currently rehabbing an injury he suffered in a game playing for the New York Knicks in May that saw the point guard tear both his ACL and MCL as well as [...]
Knicks point guard Baron Davis has made the jump into the mobile gaming business. Davis has connected with a former EA Sports exec Sean O’Brien to form “5 Balloons Interactive”. The company will produce a new mobile games for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The first game is already available in the app store [...]
Well, that was quite the game yesterday, wasn’t it? Team USA put on a shooting display that I, personally, have never seen been before and I have watched a lot of basketball. Starting with Carmelo Anthony and stopping with Anthony Davis, Team USA showed the world why they are the best.
Old records were broken and new ones were set in Team USA’s 156-73 trouncing of Nigeria...
Carmelo Anthony addressed the widespread notion that he's a selfish player.
Last year it was the over hyping of a one, Jeremy Lin, just after a few games. Most of us were scratching our heads to why the New York Knicks fans were blowing this “Linsanity” thing way out of proportion. Especially when we watched their counter-parts, Jets and Giants fans, scratching their heads over the “Tebow Mania” fiasco. I am still not understanding why...
If any member of Team USA had a rough go of things during yesterday’s historic 83-point victory over Nigeria, it was James Harden. In going 3-8, Harden was the only American who failed to make half his shots, and he also got crossed to the floor by Tony Skinn (if you somehow missed this, please refer to the video above). Considering what little damage Nigeria inflicted, I think...