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LOUIS LABEYRIE RUMORS

Knicks’ other French draft pick could stick around this time

More French dressing, please? The Knicks will have a second French draft pick on their summer-league team in Orlando, The Post has learned. Louis Labeyrie, the 6-foot-10 power forward whom the Knicks drafted in 2014 as a stash pick, paying Indiana $1.5 million for the 57th pick in the draft, has agreed to play in...
Via New York Post
3 days ago

Notes from Day 1 of Knicks Summer League practice

It's Knicks basketball idc idc idc. While we await the coming free agency apocalypse, let's not forget that there's actual Knicks basketball to be played soon ... not NBA basketball, but basketball nonetheless. To the Summer League practice photo gallery! Summer League practice No. 1 pic.twitter.com/qrUDePMJfY — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) June 29, 2016 Inside...
Via Posting and Toasting
June 30, 2016

Should the New York Knicks consider signing Louis Labeyrie long term?

The New York Knicks have the draft rights to Louis Labeyrie, but does his stock really show he could help the Knicks in the near future? Back in the 2014 NBA draft, the Indiana Pacers drafted French big Louis Labeyrie. The New York Knicks, however, hold his draft rights, and are free to sign him […] Should the New York Knicks consider signing Louis Labeyrie long term? - Daily Knicks...
Via Daily Knicks
April 09, 2016

An interview with French big man Louis Labeyrie, whose draft rights are with the Knicks

Kenny Garner is a college student and writer for our St. John's blog, Rumble In The Garden. He's traveling abroad this semester, and he had a chance to sit down with French big man Louis Labeyrie, whose draft rights are owned by the Knicks. Check it out! - Seth KG: Describe your experience getting drafted by the Knicks. Louis Labeyrie: It was the most beautiful experience I have...
Via Posting and Toasting
April 05, 2016

New York Knicks: Best free agent choice

The New York Knicks front office has made it very difficult for fans and spectators alike to anticipate their next move in rebuilding the organization. In the wake of the 2014 NBA Draft, we witnessed an attempt to acquire a player that would help make up for the deficit around the center position. After witnessing the draft pick of Louis Labeyrie, there is no feeling of assurance...
Via isportsweb.com
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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