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If J.R. Smith leaves the New York Knicks in free agency this offseason, Iman Shumpert is confident he will be ready to fill the void as a difference maker at shooting guard.
“I always accepted all challenges,” Shumpert said. “I would just take that as another challenge."
Even so, Shumpert would like to see the Knicks bring back the same team next season.
“I would love to play with the same team. I have no complaints on our team this year. “I would love to play with those same guys. I built crazy chemistry with those guys toward the end of the year."
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It looks like the New York Knicks will have an orange alternate uniform for the 2013-2014 NBA season.
Knicks forward Iman Shumpert posted a photo of the new uniform (right) to his Instagram account yesterday then quickly deleted it yesterday, hinting that maybe the unis weren’t supposed to be leaked yet.
The Knicks experimented with orange jerseys last year when they wore the monochrome...
ESPN New York is reporting that Knicks shooting guard J.R. Smith has opted of his contract, and will become a free agent.
Sources say that his opt out is no surprise to the Knicks, who didn’t expect Smith to play for $2.9 million after winning the NBA”s Sixth Man Of The Year Award.
Smith averaged 18.1 points and 5.3 rebounds per game, and was an integral part of the Knicks making...
The NBA’s reigning Sixth Man of the Year, will likely have a new home next season. J.R. Smith has informed the New York Knicks that he will decline his contract option for the 2013-14 season and become a free agent.
Smith was due to make $2.9 million, and the Knicks can offer him a four-year contract that would start at $5 million per season and would include standard yearly raises...
Albeit different types, both reigning Sixth Man of the Year J.R. Smith and surprise rookie Chris Copeland are both heading towards free agency. Smith will opt out of the final year of his contract sometime Tuesday, as was expected all along, to become an unrestricted free agent. On Monday, the Knicks extended a qualifying offer to Copeland (1 year, $988,872 million guaranteed), which...
Iman Shumpert tweeted this photo of himself donning an orange NY Knicks jersey...and then removed said pic.
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The Milwaukee Bucks reportedly want both J.R. Smith (FA) and Chris Copeland (RFA) of the New York Knicks and though both want to stay in NY, Milwaukee will most likely offer them more money.
According to Jared Zwerling of ESPN:
The Milwaukee Bucks have “strong” interest in the New York Knicks’ J.R. Smith and also want to make an offer to his teammate Chris Copeland, two...
The Milwaukee Bucks are set to lose a shooter in guard Monta Ellis, but reports suggest that they could replace him with a similar player.
ESPN New York is reporting that the Bucks have strong interest in free agent to be, J.R. Smith, who is expected to opt out of his current Knicks contract.
The Milwaukee Bucks have “strong” interest in the New York Knicks’ J.R. Smith and...
J.R. Smith will not pick up his player option with the New York Knicks for the 13-14 NBA season at $2.9 million in order to become a free agent.
The Knicks can re-sign Smith using the Early Bird Exception starting at approximately $5 million annually for at least two years.
Smith could leave the Knicks if another team offers more money, but he is close with Mike Woodson. Smith and...
Iman Shumpert may have leaked a future Knicks alternate jersey when he uploaded a behind the scenes shot of himself in an unreleased orange New York jersey at an adidas photo shoot Wednesday:
Set to formally opt out of his $2.9 million contract next week, ESPN New York reports that retaining impending free agent J.R. Smith is the Knicks’ primary objective this summer. As the 2013 Sixth-Man of the Year winner, the 27-year-old Smith can net a four-year deal starting at $5 million per season. Despite showing flashes of brilliance throughout the 2012-2013 campaign, the...
He wants to get paid and the Knicks will likely oblige him.
Just in: #Knicks have made a qualifying offer to Copeland for 1 year at $988,872. Cope has until July 23 to accept. Other teams interested.
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) June 25, 2013
UPDATES on J.R. Smith officially becoming a free agent and Chris Copeland’s qualifying offer — http://t.co/sxapWOiCOk #Knicks @IanBegley
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) June 25, 2013
No official word on whether or not this is the Knicks newest alternate jersey. But guard Iman Shumpert uploaded this picture to his instagram account and the picture was quickly deleted afterwards which makes it seem like this wasn’t meant to be seen just yet. Knick fans, what do you think?
Last week during the opening week of Rucker Park in Harlem, the legendary Dee Brown surprised the crowd with an appearance during a slam dunk contest between two EBC high flyers, Anthony “Africa” Pimble and Kiwan Smith.
With the crowd chanting his name, Dee was able to throw one down while wearing the Pump Omni Lite’s he originally made famous with his “No Look” dunk in...
The Milwaukee Bucks have interest in J.R. Smith and Chris Copeland.
Smith and Copeland are free agents of the New York Knicks.
The Bucks are in a position to potentially offer more money to Smith and Copeland than the Knicks.
Smith was the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year.