Found August 25, 2012 on
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After seeing NBA champion Tyson Chandler come to the Knicks and immediately elevate the team's defensive effort and mentality, it's no surprise fans were pleased to see Marcus Camby return to the Big Apple this offseason.Prepared to backup Chandler next season (creating a very intense one-two punch on the defensive end), it was none other than Camby himself who helped anchor the Knicks' defense from 1998-2002. Still playing at a high level at 38 years old, it's arguable that he and Chandler collectively represent the strongest starter/backup defensive duo in the league.Though it's normally not a good thing to be considered "a third-wheel," the Knicks and their fans should feel an immense amount of pride and excitement when recognizing Kurt Thomas as the team's third-string big man.Currently the NBA's oldest active player (he'll be 40 in October), Thomas was also on the Knickerbocker squad that reached the NBA Finals in 1999.Even in his "...
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The former Tar Heel during his first stint with the New York Knicks
As the summer days begin to get shorter, the months to college football and the NFL become weeks and then days, you also know that the National Basketball Association will be coming out of hiatus soon enough. For one former North Carolina basketball player this season might be the most important one in his career...
J.R. Smith seems to have come up with a new way to joke about the Jerry Sandusky scandal in a completely inappropriate manner. Oftentimes you will hear people say “pause” when they say something that could be interpretted as homosexual content. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the use of “pause,” Dwight Howard gave us an example of it when talking about Andrew Bynum...
New York Knicks power forward Amar’e Stoudemire has been one of the league’s most explosive players since being drafted out of high school in 2002. Numerous injuries have taken a toll on Stoudemire though who was noticeably slower and far less explosive last season. But Stoudemire isn’t accepting that he is past his prime although he will turn 30 this season. Instead he enlisted...
Raymond Felton averaged 17.1 points and 9 assists in 54 games with the Knicks during the 2010-2011 season.
President Barack Obama was at Chelsea Piers in New York City Wednesday to participate in the Obama Classic, a basketball fundraiser with NBA stars Rajon Rondo, Kyrie Irving, Joe Johnson, Paul Pierce...
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Recently, USA president Barack Obama held the first annual "Obama Classic" pick-up basketball game in New York City and one of high-profile individuals in attendance was Knicks star Carmelo Anthony.Check out some the pics from the event that the folks over at The Windy Apple took at the Chelsea's Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex: