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Tracy McGrady will work out for the New York Knicks today to see if he can land a contract in the NBA this year. Mcgrady previously worked out for the San Antonio Spurs and is hoping he does not have to go over seas to play basketball this season.
Mcgrady spent last year with the Atlanta Hawks and averaged a career low 5.2 points per game. Mcgrady has been severely slowed by injuries to his knee and back and is hoping to catch on somewhere this season. Mcgrady would like a guaranteed contract going into training camp.
Tracy Mcgrady spent part of the 2010 season with the Knicks where he showed flashes of his old self. His first game as a Knicks player he electrified the Garden crowd with 26 points. He has not been able to gain that exploseviness back since his surgery on his knee.
The Knicks are looking to add a little bit more scoring depth in the back court and Mcgrady would not be asked to do a lot on this Knicks team. With Shooting Guards J.R. Smith, Ronnie Brewer and Iman ...
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Tracy McGrady continues to look for a new home, and that search took him to to a former employer Thursday. The New York Post reports that McGrady worked out with the Knicks on Thursday, after working out for the San Antonio Spurs earlier in the week. The 33-year-old McGrady would be making a return to The Big Apple if he were to land with the Knicks. The seven-time All-Star played...
After walking away from the Atlanta Hawks former All-Star Tracy McGrady is looking for a new home.
The big waves of NBA free agency have been surfed, the boards have been put away and now the players in their prime are sitting around the camp fire waiting for the season to start.
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Though the Knicks have passed on Patrick Ewing for numerous assistant coaching vacancies, and the legend most recently declined the chance to coach their D-League affiliate, it would still be oh but a dream for fans to watch the "Big Fella" even simply just mentor some of the team's players.New York will certainly be taking advantage of "The Dream," but it...
Seven-time All-Star Tracy McGrady is still in search of an NBA team willing to give him a guaranteed contract for next season.
McGrady is hoping the New York Knicks last open guaranteed spot will be his after he works out for them Thursday. McGrady played in 24 games with the Knicks in 2010 after he was acquired from the Rockets in a cap-saving move to try and land LeBron James...
According to Yahoo! Sports, the San Antonio Spurs worked out Tracy McGrady who is currently seeking a guaranteed contract which he won't get with the Spurs.
McGrady is a seven-time All Star but after a strong, promising NBA career with the Raptors and Magic, he was beset with injuries which derailed his career. Last season he was with the Hawks and averaged 5.3 points...
The New York Knicks decided if Hakeem Olajuwon was good enough for Amare Stoudemire than he's good enough for all of their big men.
Chris Broussard with ESPN reports that the Knicks have hired Olajuwon to train several of its players.
Olajuwon will fly from his home in Houston and train Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler and Marcus Camby at the Knicks' practice...
Hakeem Olajuwon to Visit Knicks
It looks like Amar’e Stoudemire had such a positive experience this summer in Texas with Hakeem Olajuwon, he has convinced his teammates to also take part.
Stoudemire worked with Olajuwon for two-and-a-half weeks earlier this summer at Olajuwon’s house in Houston, Texas. Stoudemire came away with much more confidence in his post game...
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Them NBA streets are tough for league vets. Nobody wants to pay guaranteed money, which has them all scrambling for jobs. TMac already worked out for San Antonio and now he’s hoping the Knicks will call to retain his services.
If not, China is his next option. Seriously.
The Knicks have been unsuccessful in convincing Kenyon Martin to sign for the veteran minimum.