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Since the start of the 2013-2014 NBA offseason the New York Knicks have been surprisingly active in looking for ways to better the team. With roughly $58 million dollars committed to the front-court of Carmelo Anthony, Amare Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler, the Knicks front office was forced to get creative this offseason to make the team better and compete for the ultimate goal of a NBA championship. Although the offseason isn’t quite over yet, the Knicks already have 12 of their 15 roster spots filled, which means we already have an idea of what the Knicks lineup will look like. With the acquisitions of Andrea Barngani and Metta World Peace, what would be the best starting lineup and second unit for the New York Knicks this season?
The Knicks won 54 games last season, with minimal chan...
BEST OF MAXIM
Kenyon Martin (Photo credit: NBA.com)
It’s official! The New York Knicks re-signed big man Kenyon Martin and Knicks fanatics couldn’t be happier about the return.
The forward also known as K-Mart was recently signed to a one year deal and will make about $1.4 million on a veterans minimum contract, according to league sources.
Knicks Executive Vice President and General Manager...
New York Knicks: Way Too Late Draft Grades
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/HoopStuff….
Pick 25: Tim Hardaway Jr.- SG- University of Michigan
- Hardaway is an excellent shooter and athlete and scorer and he still has upside to his game and is going to the Knicks, who need depth on the wing, scoring and the perimeter and of course, shooters. They started two point guard often...
Via Chris Haynes
The New York Knicks and the Memphis Grizzlies are on the lookout for a backup point guard and according to a source close to the situation, both teams have inquired about the services of Delonte West.
The source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, says talks with those respective teams have ramped up recently, however they are termed as being “preliminary...
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Nothing like a summer league game, with thousands of dollars on the line.
That’s exactly what’s going to happen according to Larry Brown Sports, who is reporting that Baron Davis and rapper The Game have apparently place a $50,000 bet on a Drew League game their teams will be playing in this Sunday.
Davis’ LAUNFD team will face rapper The Game’s Money Gang squad in a matchup...
By Charles R. Trimble
After three years of renovating the Garden at an overall cost of $968M, the idea of the Knicks and Rangers basically being evicted from its 45-year old residence is almost unimaginable, but if officials have their way the unimaginable could become reality in a mere decade.
Especially after the city council, spurred on by mayoral candidate Christine Quinn and...
Kevin Durant was one of many NBA players (Metta World Peace, DeMar DeRozan, Shannon Brown and more) to stop by LA’s Drew League Sunday where he dominated, finishing with 35 points, 17 rebounds and a major throwdown. However, it turns out Durant may of also cost Baron Davis to lose $50,000.
The former NBA point guard bet $50,000 that his squad, LAUNFD, led by Kevin Durant, would...
Kevin Durant reportedly cost Baron Davis $50,000 after missing this three in the Drew League game between the Money Gang and LAUNFD.
Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and Carmelo Anthony are traveling the Far East with the Air Jordan Flight Tour. The three NBA superstars stopped in Taiwan to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before The Brother Elephants of New Taipei City played a game.
The three NBAers didn’t embarrass themselves but both Anthony and Paul balked while Blake Griffin fired a strike.
Carmelo Anthony will have the chance to leave the Knicks after the season, so they may give him some incentives to stay.
The New York Knicks see the writing on the wall, and in an effort to prevent their biggest star from walking, the Knicks reportedly are willing to allow that star in on the decision-making.
Hoopsworld is reporting that the Knicks are so desperate to prevent Carmelo Anthony from leaving, that they are willing to allow him to pick which free agents the team should pursue in 2015....