Found February 19, 2012 on SLAM Online:
Defensive-minded swingman was cast away from the New York Knicks in order to make space for JR Smith, but according to the NY Post, he might not wind up too far on the map from his previous location: “Nets coach Avery Johnson has not tried lately to hide his desire for an upgrade at small forward. He already has started five different players at the position this season, and the search could lead to Renaldo Balkman, waived when the Knicks signed J.R. Smith. NBA sources confirmed the Nets have some interest and are researching Balkman and the possibility of adding the 6-foot-8, sixth-season veteran out of South Carolina out of South Carolina. The Nets’ need has been glaring. Consider the Nets ended their 97-85 upset of the Bulls yesterday having been outscored on the season at the starting small forward position, 500-188, or 15.6-5.9 per game. And that included a whopping 57-0 in two games before yesterday when DeShawn Stevenson was scoreless against the Grizzlies’ Rudy G...

Is J.R. Smith a good fit for the Knicks?

The New York Knicks may want to see if they can start playing their games with 2 basketballs instead of 1. Either that or they’ll have to score 140 points a game to make sure everyone gets the points they want. The Knicks are adding shooting guard J.R. Smith to their roster which already includes Amar’e Stoudemire, Tyson Chandler, Carmelo Anthony and new sensation Jeremy Lin...

J.R. Smith sports early 90's 'do, à la Tupac

Back in the 90's the Knicks were good and Tupac was alive. Ah, the good ol' days. Apparently J.R. Smith wants to bring the 90's back. Smith returned from China to make his Garden debut on Sunday as he went 6-16 with three 3-pointers to score 15 points in 29 minutes off the bench in the Knicks' 104-97 win over the Mavericks. Smith also sported a new 'do that...

JR Smith inspires a list of bad hair

Not only did JR Smith debut his quick scoring ability for the New York Knicks, yesterday, but also one horrendous haircut. I am not even sure what you would call it People on Twitter pointed out that Tupac had a similar haircut in the movie Juice. So there ya go. Being that players are the most recognizable athletes, since they play without helmets or hats, we decided to mock...

J.R. Smith Tweets His Pick; Will Be New York Knick

J.R. Smith has chosen to join Linsanity. The 6-foot-6 swingman used social media to announce that he will join the New York Knicks on Friday when he tweeted, “New York Knicks It Is!” Smith spent the lockout playing in China and decided to join the Knicks over the Los Angeles Clippers. “Source: J.R. Smith to...Read the Rest...

JR Smith says he's a Knick

GREENBURGH, N.Y.—J.R. Smith said Friday he is joining the New York Knicks, reuniting with former Denver teammate Carmelo Anthony to provide more scoring punch.

Carmelo Anthony lures J.R. Smith, New York Knicks reap immediate rewards

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Smith tweets that he will sign with Knicks

GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- J.R. Smith says he is joining the New York Knicks, reuniting with former Denver teammate Carmelo Anthony to provide more scoring punch.

Video: How J.R. Smith's addition will affect Jeremy Lin

With J.R. Smith on his way to the New York Knicks, how will it affect Jeremy Lin and his surging teammates?Click to Continue »

Saint Louis game rescheduled for noon on Saturday

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Saturday's baseball game between Middle Tennessee and Saint Louis has been moved up an hour to noon at Reese Smith Jr. Field.
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