Found June 21, 2013 on The NBA Passionista:
Listed below is the New York Knicks team payroll heading into the 2013-2014 season.  Restricted Free Agents:  Chris Copeland Pablo Prigioni Unrestricted Free Agents:  Earl Barron Kenyon Martin Quentin Richardson J.R. Smith Team Salary:  Carmelo Anthony: $22,407,474 Amar’e Stoudemire: $21,679,893 Tyson Chandler: $14,100,537 Marcus Camby: $4,383,773 Steve Novak: $3,750,000 Raymond Felton: $3,637,073 J.R Smith: $2,932,742 – Player Option James White: $916,099 – Non-Guaranteed Pablo Prigioni: $988,872 [...]The post New York Knicks Payroll Heading Into 2013-2014 appeared first on The NBA Passionista .

Spike Lee, former-Knicks add starpower to keep Madison Square Garden from moving

Spike Lee left his bright orange and blue Knicks attire at home — switching into a less flamboyant two-piece suit Wednesday — while joining forces with an All-Star team of former New York Knicks greats in a bid to keep the World's Most Famous Arena from being moved to a new location. Lee joined Madison Square Garden and its backers as they continued their fight yesterday...

A Minor Trade That Makes Sense: Knicks and Bucks

Steve Novak and Marcus Camby for Drew Gooden. From first look this trade looks bad for both franchises, but if you look under the microscope it makes sense for both New York and Milwaukee. Drew Gooden: Once a promising prospect and 4th overall pick, Drew Gooden has become a poster boy for bad contracts for “bigs”. Standing at 6’10” and 230 pounds, Drew has a nice jumper...

Knicks Draft Look In: Jackie Carmichael

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Turn On The Knicks Throwback Thursday – June 20th Edition

Since the second that the New York Knicks were eliminated from the playoffs this season, TOK has been all over the draft coverage. In case you missed out on the last bunch of Throwback Thursdays, here’s what you missed. The 2009 NBA Draft was supposed to be picture perfect for the Knicks. Needing a floor general in a deep point guard draft, it should’ve been easy to get the...

Knicks Draft Look In: Tony Snell

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Knicks Player Season Reviews: J.R. Smith

Firstly, Happy Offseason! Congrats are in order to the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs for putting on a great finals, LeBron James on wining his second straight title and Finals MVP, all that fun stuff. We’re a New York Knicks site, though, so we have to remind everyone that the Knicks went 5-1 against those two great teams this season. Anyways, there’s less than a week to go...

Knicks haven’t ruled out surgery for Carmelo Anthony

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has recently said that his ailing shoulder is feeling better and improving. However, this improvement hasn’t reached the point where it has the Knicks ruling out the possibility that Anthony will require surgery this offseason, according to Ian Begley of ESPN.An MRI taken shortly after the end of the Knicks’ season revealed a small tear...

Knicks Draft Look In: Archie Goodwin

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Knicks Draft Prospect Profile – Michael Carter Williams

Chris Connolly considers our New York Knicks prospect profile series with a look at Syracuse Guard Michael Carter-Williams. Check our the rest of the series here and give Chris a follow on Twitter  Michael Carter-Williams, a 6-6 point guard from Syracuse, has been on the Knicks radar from day one. His stock has risen significantly over the past few weeks and he will be off the board...
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