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It’s been a week or so since we’ve posted a Metta World Peace-related story but this one is something that the world needs to see.
Check out Metta wearing a Statue of Liberty hat on a tour with some new found friends with the Garden of Dreams:
Some friends from the @gardenofdreams take @MettaWorldPeace and @AndreaBargnani on a tour of New York! pic.twitter.com/F0hU0YSalg
— NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) October 15, 2013
Metta World Peace image courtesy of Getty Images
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Tim Hardaway Jr’s clutch game winner feels like ages ago, doesn’t it?
Thankfully, it’s just preseason. The Varsity Knicks had one poor performance this weekend while the JV Knicks had a forgettable one as well. Before the Knicks head off to Baltimore to take on the Washington Wizards on Thursday, let’s take a look back at what happened this past weekend.
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What will the New York Knicks rotation look like to start the season?
Joe Caporoso - I’m going to guess Mike Woodson rolls with Ray Felton...
Iman Shumpert finally shaved his signature flat top that he has had for over a year now. Maybe Shump wanted to get faster. You know, aerodynamics? Whatever the case, Shump is rocking a new, fresh look. Check it out: The post PHOTO: Iman Shumpert shaved his flat top appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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Carmelo Anthony will be paid $21,486,177 by the New York Knicks this season plus he’ll make approximately $8 million in endorsements, where a majority of that will come from Nike. Melo ranks third in retail sales of sneakers in U.S. grossing over $40 million for his role with Jordan Brand. So if there’s any sneaker that Nike doesn’t just give him, Anthony has the finances to...
Attention K-Mart watchers:
Kenyon Martin had his shoeless left ankle wrapped in ice when reporters were allowed in to watch the tail end of practice in Greenburgh on Monday but he and the Knicks were quick to downplay that situation as little more than a preventative measure.
Mike Woodson said Martin took part in the majority of an earlier practice — but the veteran forward continues...
Carmelo Anthony likely gave New York Knick fans minor heart attacks during his interview with Rafi Kohan and The New York Observer: I want to be a free agent. I think everybody in the NBA dreams to be a free agent at least one time in their career. It’s like you have an evaluation period, you know. […]
Carmelo Anthony’s journey to the NBA began in Baltimore. That’s where his family moved when he was 8 years old. That’s where he became a high- school sensation while at Towson Catholic High School where he grew to 6-foot-5 and was named the Metro Player of the Year in 2001.
He would finish at Oak Hill Academy in Virginia. But his roots are in Baltimore where the Knicks will...
J.R. Smith won the Sixth Man of the Year award coming off the bench for the Knicks last season, got a new deal and now wants to be treated like he’s important.
Smith who is still rehabbing from late off-season knee surgery, told ESPN New York that he “would prefer to be a starter.”
“I’ve always wanted to start. Everybody knows that,” Smith said. “I won the Sixth Man...
Given their already existent payroll and whatnot, the Knicks' core group is already set. Any and all surprise contributors will emerge within the coming weeks from the handful of training camp invitees currently fighting to prove their worth.
Clearly, New York has had success experimenting with similar options in recent seasons. Everyone knows Jeremy Lin was truly one of...
After sporting the flat top for about a year, Iman Shumpert has gotten rid of his trademark hairstyle just in time for the NBA season. The Knicks guard was photographed Monday morning with a brand new look.
The post Iman Shumpert Cuts Off Trademark Flat Top appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
"...So yes, we are going to continue shooting 3’s. We’re not going to change."
Mike Woodson in December 2012, with the Knicks 17-5, having chucked 29 threes in 22 games while shooting 41.2% from deep
"Live by the 3, die by the 3" is one of the oldest NBA cliches, and it kinda holds true. Since the birth of the 3 pointer, 32 years ago, only 2 teams have...