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Ladies and Gents- It's that time of year again! You know, when ESPN gifts sports fans with artistic and enviable photos of bare bodied athletes. Some of the featured athletes are as well-known as cover boy Tyson Chandler (New York Knicks) and
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When making a decision whether or not to return to the Mavs, Jason Kidd reported that a conversation with his friend and former teammate ultimately helped make the call.
The New York Knicks made some recent roster moves including re-signing three-point shooting ace Steve Novak.
“This is where he wanted to be,” said Mark Bartelstein, Novak’s agent. “He wanted to be back in New York.”
The well-traveled Novak (NBA and D-League) proved to be a surprise contributor last season for New York where he led the NBA in 3-point shooting at 47...
During his first tenure with the Knicks from 1998-2002, Marcus Camby was faced with beginning to fill the shoes of the oft-injured and ever aging Patrick Ewing. Despite the fans having such a high expectation for the center position, Camby filled in quite nicely, not only helping the Knicks to the NBA Finals in 1999, but averaging a double-double in each of his two latter seasons...
The New York Knicks needed front-court depth heading into the Free Agent Period. They addressed that need by locking into a 3-year $13.2 million guaranteed contract with Marcus Camby. Marcus Camby is 48-years old, under contract until he's 51. He is expected to back up both Amar'e and Tyson, filling in at both the Power Forward and Center positions. Is this a good idea...
New York was able to re-capture Steve Novak and later Monday Knicks fans were delighted to hear the other sharpshooter, J.R. Smith, was coming back to New York for two additional seasons per the New York Post. Eight hours after shooting ace Steve Novak agreed to return to the Knicks on a four-year, $15 million contract, [...]
According to Jared Zwerling of ESPN New York, the New York Knicks have acquired veteran center Marcus Camby through a sign-and-trade with the Houston Rockets. In return, the Knicks have sent point guard Toney Douglas, center Jerome Jordan, power forward Josh Harrellson and second round picks from 2014 and 2015.
The deal will not be finalized until Wednesday, July 11.
Camby was down...
J.R. Smith has a player option for the second season of his deal with the Knicks.
Following the official announcement of the Team USA roster, Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler sat down with Jonah Ballow to discuss their outlook on the Olympics:
The New York Knicks are reloading. Gearing up for the change of landscape in the east with the Brooklyn Nets wheeling and dealing, the champs adding Ray Allen and the Celtics replacing Ray Allen with Jason Terry. The Knicks have agreed to a three-year, $13.2 million sign-and-trade deal with the Houston Rockets for 38-year [...]
The New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors will play a preseason game in Montreal as part of the NBA's Canada Series.
Detroit and Minnesota will play in Winnipeg in the other game announced Tuesday by the league.
The Knicks and Raptors will meet Oct. 19 at the Bell Centre. The MTS Centre will host the Pistons-Timberwolves matchup on Oct. 24.
The league has already announced exhibition...
Word out of the NBA, besides the Magic getting fleeced in the Dwight Howard saga, is the New York Knicks have landed Marcus Camby to shore up their front court depth. Jordan Shultz (@206child) was the first to break the Camby news.
While the Brooklyn Nets were busy completing a huge four-team deal, the Knicks were busy recruiting Marcus Camby.
The team is finalizing the details...
To see what not to do after winning an NBA title, take a look at the Dallas Mavericks. After besting the hated Heat in the 2011 Finals, the Mavs gutted their roster enough to have room to some acquire big-name free agents this summer, presumably Deron Williams and Dwight Howard, while still remaining competitive during the previous season.
Fast forward to the present: the Mavs had...
NBA Unplugged is joined by great guests, Tommy Dee (The Knicks Blog) and Moke Hamilton (Sheridan Hoops) to discuss everything related to the Dwightmare. Tommy had the inside scoop on the possibility of Cleveland helping facilitate the transaction. Moke and Tommy provide some of the best knowledge in the NBA on a wide range of topics.
Listen to the show below, as this one...
ESPN The Body issue is extremely popular. The magazine has even moved up the issue from it’s previous October release to a more suited summer debut. Knicks big man Tyson Chandler graces the cover which also features LA Sparks star Candace Parker, soccer stud, Carlos Bocnaegra, Jags RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Patriots Rob Gronkowski, track [...]