Found August 20, 2013 on Turn On The Knicks:
On Sunday, August 18, New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton hosted a free basketball clinic for a group of more then 50 local children and their mentors in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City mentoring programs. He was kicking off his new position of Ambassador Big for the organization. The charity event was held at the Taffner Fieldhouse at St. John’s University in Queens, New York, where the “Bigs” and “Littles” had an opportunity to learn the ins-and-outs of basketball from the Knicks point guard. Felton, who was once a “Big Brother” himself in Charlotte, North Carolina, and his trainer led practice drills and activities on basketball fundamentals including dribbling, passing, and shooting. Showing an immense amount of leadership and guidance to these children, Felton is no stranger to giving back to the community. Not only has Felton supported the BBBS of NYC, he recently launched his 8th annual Felton Basketball Camp in South Carolina, where he recently had his ...

Knicks Raymond Felton Says he’s Quicker After Losing 15 lbs

  I guess Raymond Felton is tired of all the fat jokes. The New York Knicks point guard, has been trying to shed the label of being overweight, ever since he played out of shape for the Portland Trailblazers, after the lockout ended. After re-joining the Knicks last season, Felton got back into proper shape and was very productive. And according to a story via Ian Begley of ESPN...

Raymond Felton Drops 15 Pounds, Wants to Push Tempo

If there’s one thing Knicks fans have to love about Raymond Felton, it’s the fact that he will tell you how it is.  Last season, he told “certain people” in Portland not to come near him when the Knicks visited his former team.  Yesterday, he told ESPN New York that people were overlooking his team and shot down predictions that the team will finish fifth in the east. And...

Felton Has Lost 15 Pounds Since End Of Season

Raymond Felton has lost 15 pounds since the end of the New York Knicks' season. Felton played at approximately 212 pounds last season and is encouraged by his new physique. "I was quick before, but if you take off 15 pounds, you can be that much quicker," Felton said Sunday. Felton was out of weight and not physically prepared for the season to start after the lockout...

Raymond Felton Says He’s Lost 15 Pounds Since End Of Season

Raymond Felton, who had issues with his weight in 2011-12 with Portland, says he’s lost 15 pounds since the end of last season which will make him “that much quicker.” According to Ian Begley, ESPN New York: With the help of Washington D.C.-based trainer Keith Veney, Felton says he has lost approximately 15 pounds since the end of the 2012-13 season. He played at around 212...

Raymond Felton Says Nets Will Never Take Over New York

The Knicks are Joe Budden and Nets are Fabolous, does that make LeBron Kendrick Lamar? Lot of bickering back and forth between Paul Pierce and Raymond Felton about who will run New York. Here is what Felton had to say. “They will never take over the city. Because we’ve got ‘New York’ on our chest,” Felton said Sunday. “They’ve got ‘Brooklyn’ on their chest, and...

Felton: Nets 'Will Never Take Over' New York

Raymond Felton fired back at Paul Pierce's comments that the Brooklyn Nets are poised to supplant the Knicks in the standings and in the city of New York. "They will never take over the city. Because we've got 'New York' on our chest," Felton said Sunday. "They've got 'Brooklyn' on their chest, and we've got 'New York.' They...

Offseason trash talk between Nets and Knicks players sets up the stage for one of the NBA's ...

Raymond Felton of the Knicks has been one of the most outspoken players regarding the Brooklyn-Manhattan conflict In order for any sports rivalry, or rival outside of the sports world that is, to be competitive and interesting/exciting, both parties involved have to be good at the same time, in addition to each having intriguing storylines that draw attention to the...

Raymond Felton says Nets will Never Take Over New York

Raymond Felton lost that 15 pounds and is feeling a little talkative. I guess technically he is right if you want to take his POV, but the Nets are the better team on paper right now. “They will never take over the city. Because we’ve got ‘New York’ on our chest,” Felton said Sunday. “They’ve […]

Raymond Felton: “Jason Kidd won’t have to do much Phil Jackson”

Somehow this summer Raymond Felton has become the unofficial spokesman of the New York Knicks while Carmelo hints about his contract and JR Smith buys tanks. Here is the full quote when Raymond was asked his thoughts on Jason Kidd coaching this season: I think he’ll be a great coach, but at the end of the day, he’s not going to have to do too much coaching.  He can do like Phil...

Raymond Felton: “Jason Kidd Won’t Have to do Much Coaching… Like Phil Jackson”

Those 15 pounds Felton lost have him talking a lot this offseason, I know I can’t be the only one that notices. The Knicks point guard shared his feelings on former teammate Jason Kidd as a head coach and threw a shot at what many consider one of the best coaches ever. Via Blacksportsonline. I […]

Raymond Felton fires back at Paul Pierce

After being trade from the Celtics to the Brooklyn Nets, Paul Pierce once again made his hatred towards the Knicks known. He even called New York City a Brooklyn Nets town. Knicks point guard Raymond Felton disagrees with Pierce. Here is what he had to say at a clinic for Big Brothers and Big Sisters in New York City. “They will never take over the city. Because we’ve got ...
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