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Turn On The Knicks:
To help carry us through the quiet days of September in the NBA calendar, Aaron Jacobs is going to individually break down the New York Knicks roster and look at where each player fits comparatively to their peers in the NBA. He starts today with Point Guard, Raymond Felton.
A point guard is essentially supposed to run a team’s offense, making sure the right players get the ball in the best position to score; in layman’s terms the point guard is the quarterback on the basketball court. A point guard should be quick, decisive, have great passing ability and most importantly be a leader. All that being said, where does New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton stack up among today’s point guards in the NBA?
Felton has played some of his best games in a Knicks uniform, but let’s face it, last year was a mediocre year for Felton. He averaged 13.9 points, 5.5 assists 2.9 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game in the 2012-2013 season. Compared to his 2010-2011 stint with the Knicks, which wa...
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J.R. Smith is making bold predictions for the Knicks upcoming season, telling reporters he guarantees his team will win the championship this upcoming season…he’s “100 percent sure” of it.
According to the New York Post:
J.R. Smith guaranteed yesterday the Knicks will bring home a championship and claimed the Nets are “still not good.”
During a question-and-answer session...
Rockets, Knicks among teams that may have interest in veteran SG Richard Hamilton, NBA sources say. Hamilton likely looking at vet minimum $
— Sam Amico (@SamAmicoFSO) September 3, 2013
At one point in his career Richard Hamilton was a pure shooter, especially from mid-range. However, now is not that time. Since leaving the Pistons with a championship ring...
I never have a problem with confidence, but when it’s J.R. Smith I’m always a little reluctant to take whatever is said seriously. Smith was at a PGA foundation event in New York recently and when asked about the Knicks chances to end their championship drought Smith was quick with his response. “I’m 100% sure.” […]
Mike Bibby was out of the league entirely last year, but the 14-year veteran wants to play at least one more season.
Source: NBA veteran Mike Bibby is participating in a Spurs mini-camp this week with "a bunch of guys" for mostly training camp invites.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) September 3, 2013
Bibby averages 14.7 points a game for his career.
New York Knicks shooting guard J.R. Smith’s recent interview with ESPN New York focused on his disdain for former Boston Celtics and current Brooklyn Nets small forward Paul Pierce. While there were several interesting quotes involving Pierce to come from Smith, the biggest news involves the reigning Sixth Man of the Year’s knee. According to Ian Begley of ESPN New York, Smith...
J.R. Smith has been in the headlines a lot for the Knicks this offseason. First it was regarding his contract, then his surprising knee surgery, and then for his hair color choices. Now he is causing a stir for more […]
We all know that New York Knicks guard Carmelo Anthony is a tremendous scorer but did you know he’s a pretty good fish-catcher?
Check out the below Instagram video taken by his wife LaLa which shows him catching a fish with his bare hands:
Even though the big wigs at the NBA’s main offices would prefer the Nets and Knicks simmer down their boiling feud, things only seem to get more intense by the day.
Monday J.R. Smith fired a salvo when he guaranteed that the Knicks would win the NBA title next season.
“I’m 100% sure.”
Nets forward Reggie Evans got wind of J.R. Smith’s guarantee, and took to Twitter to...
Last month, Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce decided to make a comment on ESPN Radio’s “The Michael Kay Show” that the Brooklyn Nets would soon be the toast of New York City and in his words,” I think it’s time for the Nets to start running this city.”.
As you might figure, New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith didn’t take kindly to the assumption that the Nets would be...