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I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for any new pics for New York Knicks’ Raymond Felton showing off his new shape. or basically anything showing if he’s still rotund or not. Here’s this one: I’m not sure if it’s the pose or the angle, but his middle appears to be leaner, but it could [...]
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The New York Knicks have their fair share of critics and you can count amongs them former All Star Stephon Marbury who does not like what he sees in his former team.
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Stephon Marbury says he doesn't believe Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony can win together. He also had some interesting things to say about the Knicks' ownership.
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Marbury, who had a tumultuous time with the Knicks and now plays for the Beijing Ducks, believes the Carmelo Anthony-Amar'e Stoudemire pairing will never work in New York.
For those of you who wanted to know about Stephon Marbury's thoughts about the New York Knicks current duo of Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, Marbury recently revealed his thoughts in an interview with ESPN New York. When asked by ESPN writer Ian Bagley about the combo, Stephon stated that he didn't believe the two players complimented each other well in a basketball...
New York Knicks young star Iman Shumpert recently went to Instagram where he posted a photo of himself before leaving a Hugo boss event here in NYC, Iman went for the “Grown Man look” in a sharp tailored suit he added some flavor to with a pair $995 Christian louboutin Daddy flats and accessorizing his ensemble with a dope $70 Sprayground Gold Brick Backpack (I want one,) nice...
The New York Knicks have their fair share of critics and you can count amongs them former All Star Stephon Marbury who does not like what he sees in his former team. Marbury in particular doesn’t see any potential with the pairing of Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire. When asked if the pair could “thrive” [...]
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Shawne Williams wanted to play in New York next season. The Knicks don't appear to want him though. While he's been able to step out and stretch defenses some from his post playing position in the NBA, New York is looking for more of a traditional big to bring off the bench in support of Stoudemire.
Traditional in the sense that those bigs are looking to bang, rebound...
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New York Knicks Tyson Chandler attends The Best New Menswear Designers In America 2012 Party presented by GQ and GAP at Pier 40 Picnic House in New York City. Did Tyson even bother to check who he was posing with? Playing in NY can do strange things to athletes.-TO
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Chandler Jumps the Fashion Shark
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The Knicks’ Iman Shumpert stands up in front of a crowd in NYC and delivers a poem he wrote for his late aunt. Check it:
Former Knicks’ guard and current TV analyst for MSG, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, had some opinions to lend about the current state of the New York Knicks and one of those opinions involves Carmelo Anthony becoming more like LeBron James.
The belief is that Carmelo needs to become more of a two-way player, or a jack of all trades, much like LeBron James has been in Miami, or even...
With the new Knicks season emerging, there are some questions buzzing around The Garden. Will the Knicks add another big man? A guard too? and would the idea of bringing back Isaih Thomas as a member of the basketball minds of the organization be a good fit?
The Knicks could definitely use another big like a Kenyon Martin, a seasoned veteran who has been...
Knicks guard Iman Shumpert tweeted a photo of himself and the original Queen Bee, Lil Kim. Maybe they’ll jump on a track together. In the meantime, check out his latest, “Do you love me” Check out his soundcloud to hear more. photos via Instagram
Last week, ESPN spoke with Chris Bosh concerning the Miami Heat and the center position. In doing so, Bosh also spoke on the New York Knicks and stated that “nobody is really talking about them” and that they are “flying under the radar.” Could Bosh be correct — and the swarms of Knicks fans [...]
But it definitely must be a change of scenery for Amare, cause he don’t get that kind of love in NYC.
Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Steve Nash, John Stockton, Gary Payton, Chris Duhon and Raymond Felton are some of the players that Jeremy Lin watched closely in the offseason.