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Argentinian point guard Pablo Prigioni is set to make his NBA debut this season with the New York Knicks. It is not clear yet how he will fit into the rotation with the Knicks signing Jason Kidd and trading for Raymond Felton, but Prigioni feels confident this three-headed point guard tandem will help the Knicks get past the Jeremy Lin era.
“I think we have at that position everything,” Prigioni said. “Raymond can score more. Jason and [I] can run the team. I feel we have many options at that position. Fans will be happy and enjoy our game.”
“Jeremy is more a scorer. He likes to shoot more. I saw him play 10 games. I’m not this kind of player. I like the team to play good, pass the ball, find open shots. I like to play smart — if someone’s hot, pass the ball to him.’’
Prigioni could be just what the Knicks need. With all the weapons they have, they do not need a point guard who is always looking to score. They need someone who distributes well and runs an offense. I think the Roc...
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Carmelo Anthony gets blamed for lots of things that are not his fault. Just ask him if you do not believe me. One thing in particular he has been unfairly ridiculed for recently is Jeremy Lin leaving New York for the Houston Rockets.
Despite glossing Lin the Knicks' Rudy Rudiger in February, and then drowning out the tidal wave of enthusiasm for Linsanity by simply stepping...
As the 2012 Summer Olympics have officially begun in London, New York Knicks guard Baron Davis was asked by the folks over at Bleacher Report and Network of Champions to grade the best and worst dressed during the Olympic Opening Ceremonies.Check out B-Diddy's selections in the below video as does his best British accent as "Brian Davies":(Courtesy of The Windy Apple)
When we last saw Mike D’Antoni, he was resigning as the Knicks coach, seemingly as the fall guy in an alleged contentious relationship with his star player Carmelo Anthony. That was in March.
Now, after moping around in his PJ’s, D’Antoni is an assistant on Mike Krzyzewski’s coaching staff for Team USA. A team that, oh by the way, Anthony is also a member of. Awkward? One...
Well Knicks fans, another year, another lineup ! Gulp !
With that said, I think Grun did a really good job putting together a WIN NOW team because quite frankly, getting new young players over and over again who play well during the season and don't perform in the post season is for the birds (Fields = froze up, Shump = hurt, Lin = 85% didn't play, Amare = picked a fight...
Baron Davis who most recently played for the New York Knicks displays his off-the-court talent as the character British rockstar Brian Davies! Check out the video by The NOC of “Brian Davies” giving us his unique take on the London 2012 Summer Olympics.
Carmelo Anthony’s teammates on the United States men’s national basketball team recently needled the star small forward for allegedly pushing Jeremy Lin away from the New York Kicks and to the Houston Rockets. Earlier this month, Knickerbockers suits decided not … Continue reading →
Earlier in the week, we featured a story about New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire and his foray into the literary world of children's books.Well, it appears that former NBA player Dennis Rodman is also making a pitch into the world of children's literature as he has teamed up with some high-profile individuals to write one that will be called, "Dennis The Wild Bull...
Chicago (Ill.) Mt. Carmel class of 2014 defensive tackle Enoch Smith Jr. discusses his Cincinnati offer.
Sixth Annual Golf Classic
at the Eagle Ridge GOLF CLUB
To benefit the J.R. Smith Youth Foundation “Opening doors For tomorrow's youth “
J.R. Smith Youth Foundation is a New Jersey non-profit corporation. The foundation was organized to provide opportunities and support for young people through education, sports, the Arts and other beneficial activities through...
This NBA offseason wasn’t anymore quiet than usual, as there was a lot of activity across the league. Players continued to be overpaid, Dwight Howard hasn’t been traded yet, and Jeremy Lin made headlines. Seems like this offseason wasn’t a surprise after all. With most teams finished building their teams for next season, it’s time to give out the awards for the 2012 NBA...