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Carmelo Anthony and LaLa Anthony attend the 8th annual Keep A Child Alive Black Ball at the Hammerstein Ballroom last Thursday in New York City…Melo is the new Amare when it comes to attending events…Being a Knick has its advantages. -TO
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Federal mediator George Cohen is returning to New York on Saturday and will rejoin the NBA labor meetings in Midtown, according to a source.
Cohen stepped in more than two weeks ago and spent three days with the two parties before it broke off in a bad way.
Saturday is the first labor talks since one week ago, when union director Billy Hunter stormed out of the room after the NBA...
Chauncey Billups remembers being part of the 1998-99 NBA lockout.
I’m not a big coffee drinker but I do stop by the local Starbucks every Monday to see what the free Pick of the Week they are offering up as their iTunes collaboration. Now that they’ve moved beyond just music to include apps and movies it’s really gotten good.
As a frustrated NBA fan I was particularly pleased when today’s offering turned out to be a free download of an...
Film maker Spike Lee is often referred to as the New York Knicks’ biggest fan — he certainly spends enough money on the team to warrant the designation — and he’s of the belief that the squad is close to ending its 38-year championship drought. From the NY Post: “Lee has hopes that [a labor agreement] can be reached soon and talked about how the lockout is not just having...
With Carmelo Anthony and Spike Lee holding court in NYC, Jordan Brand is in a New York State of Mind. The Jordan Melo M8 launch took the city by storm in October, and they’re releasing Knicks-inspired colorways of the Jordan Spiz’ike tomorrow to continue the celebration. But to show love to the city that gave [...]
NBA players are meeting to discuss whether to accept the league's current proposal to end the lockout.
Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks, Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers and Jason Terry of the Dallas Mavericks are among the players participating in Wednesday's session with the union leadership.
That current deal calls for players to receive between 49 percent...
by Matt Domino / @PuddlesofMyself
I live in New York. I love New York and I obviously love basketball, so I know the significance of the city and its history with the game.
And like any good sports fan, I watch the local team’s biased TV network. So, I’ve been following the coverage MSG has been giving the ‘93-94 Knicks, which SLAMonline has documented in its thorough series...