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Knicks forward Jason Smith is a dancing machine

New York Knicks forward Jason Smith likes to dance. Check out this compilation video that the Knicks put together and judge for yourself: What do you think of Smith's moves?Video via New York Knicks. H/T BC. This post appeared first on Holdout Sports. Check us out on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
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Watch the Knicks’ Jason Smith Dance Like He’s on a Contender

This embed is invalid" />   We all know the New York Knicks are a special type of disaster. Since they’re a big market franchise, we get to listen to the Worldwide Leader pick apart Derek Fisher, Carmelo, and “The Triangle” ad nauseam. That’s the perspective from the outside looking in, but if you’re a player on the Knicks, it can’t be that bad,...
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Watch: Knicks fans finally have something to cheer about

New York Knicks fans haven’t had much to cheer about this NBA season, with Carmelo Anthony sitting out and a 12-46 record. But one lucky fan got the Madison Square Garden crowd cheering when he stepped to the line and drilled a half court shot during a break in the action of Saturday night’s 103-98 win over the Toronto Raptors.  The fan took home $10,000 for the incredible...
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Shane Battier: Carmelo Anthony is not that tough to guard

Shane Battier was one of the better defenders in the NBA during his 13 seasons as a pro, and much of his success was a result of research and preparation. But when it came to guarding Carmelo Anthony, Battier says there wasn’t all that much to prepare for. Battier, who spent his last three seasons...Read More
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New York Knicks: Farewell to Anthony Mason

The basketball world lost one of it’s most beloved members yesterday morning when Anthony Mason died of congestive heart failure, he was 48. Mason played for several NBA teams throughout his 13-year career, but most memorable were the five years he spent as a member of the New York Knicks. Mason was a member of the Knicks from 1991-1996 and was a key member of the 94′ team that...
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Anthony Mason: The most 'New York' of the 90's Knicks

If anyone connected to New York City during the 90s, it was Anthony Mason. His passing cuts deep for those of us who came of age in the Knicks' last heyday. The post Anthony Mason: The Most ‘New York’ Of The 1990’s New York Knicks appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Baron Davis wants to make a comeback, has talked with Cavs

Once an All-Star, Baron Davis, who is currently in retirement, wants to make a comeback. According to TMZ, Davis is in talks to return to the NBA and has been in talks with multiple playoff contenders. Among the playoff contenders that have talked to Davis are two of his former teams, the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers, both of which have a common need—a backup point...
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Former Knick Anthony Mason dies at age 48

  Anthony Mason, one of the most popular players in recent New York Knicks history, died Saturday morning. He was 48.   Mason had recent health problems, as he was diagnosed with congestive heart failure earlier in the month. “First I want to thank all those who offered prayers and well-wishes for my Father, our family really appreciates it,” his son, Anthony Mason...
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Knicks’ Alexey Shved Was Just a Bit Outside With This Errant Shot

The New York Knicks are having one of the worst seasons in their storied NBA franchise history, and things aren’t getting any better. Check out one of the comedic highlights from the Knicks game on Friday night against the Detroit Pistons. The clip features rookie Alexey Shved running around the key like a madman after Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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The Knicks’ Lou Amundson Takes Direct Shot to Junk, Shrugs It Off Like a Champ

The New York Knicks are enduring a tough season. As they continue to crawl through one of the worst, if not the worst, seasons in franchise history, even the basketball Gods want to see veteran forward Lou Amundson suffer just a little bit. While the Knicks received a temporary reprieve from the hideous season with Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Alexey Shved's shot skies into the stratosphere (Video)

New York Knicks guard Alexey Shved drove in for the layup during Friday night's game in Detroit, but he sent his shot up so high that it went over the backboard and into the stratosphere.That shot by Shved was JUST a bit high. As far as we can tell, the ball hasn't come back down yet.H/T FTW. This post appeared first on Holdout Sports. Check us out on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
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WATCH: Knicks' Alexey Shved tosses wild pass into stands

Carmelo Anthony has shut it down for the remainder of the 2014-15 NBA season, Knicks’ president Phil Jackson is subtweeting his team after embarrassing losses and now newcomer Alexey Shved is dishing out dimes to fans sitting in the cheap seats. No, seriously. That’s exactly what Shved did against the Detroit Pistons Friday night. Woof.   The post Video: Alexey Shved...
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Report: Baron Davis in talks to join a contending team

We are actually writing an article about Baron Davis and it doesn’t include him being kidnapped by aliens. The year is 2015, and the former lottery pick is apparently ready to make a comeback in the NBA. This is real life stuff right here. Davis indicated to TMZ Sports that he is in communication with “multiple playoff contenders” regarding a return to the Association....
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Phil Jackson In Attendance At Kentucky Basketball Practice Friday

New York Knicks President Phil Jackson is a busy man nowadays. Thursday night, Jackson was spotted in Columbus, Ohio, catching a glimpse of Buckeyes star freshman guard D’Angelo Russell. Friday afternoon, Jackson is already on the move, this time catching a Kentucky basketball practice to scout – well, probably most of the players on the Wildcats roster. A number of writers tweeted...
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Report: Phil Jackson to be fined for comments on college player

Phil Jackson’s trip to Columbus to watch Ohio State freshman guard D’Angelo Russell will end up costing the New York Knicks’ president a little more than he expected it to.  According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, Jackson will be fined by the NBA for commenting on the Buckeyes’ star guard, who is technically a “draft-ineligible player.” Russell, a true freshman...
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Phil Jackson says Knicks gave basketball gods heartburn

New York Knicks president Phil Jackson is never afraid to take to social media with his opinion of what is happening around his team and the the NBA in general. That didn’t change Sunday after New York fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers by 18 points at Madison Square Garden earlier in the day. Each NBA game is an opportunity for players to show their "best" nature and please the...
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Actor from 'The Hangover' has awkward interview at MSG

Justin Bartha, who you probably know best from his role as Doug in ‘The Hangover’ trilogy, was at Sunday’s Knicks game in New York, where he was asked to do an interview with MSG’s Jill Martin.The interview got off to an innocent enough start with Martin asking Bartha about his Oscar favorites, but it quickly Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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New York Knicks Draft: Big Man or Point Guard?

Duke’s Jahlil Okafor is the number one player on the draft board, and would be a great addition for the Knicks. In a calendar year that has been downright agonizing for the collective New York sports fans, we now find ourselves in the midst of February. The temperature is sitting below any person’s comfort zone, quick dreams of Spring Training are sneaking into our minds and...
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One mid-tier free agent the Knicks should target

Jimmy Butler may be everything the Knicks need, and then some. The New York Knicks are 10-43, good for last in the entire NBA. Carmelo Anthony underwent season-ending knee surgery, and could be out for up to six months. There are only 28 games left in the season. How many more reasons do you need to realize that the season is over? It’s time to start looking into free agency...
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Carmelo to officially shut down for the season

Carmelo Anthony is finally going to shut himself down for the rest of the season. There were rumors and talks about him doing it before the All-Star Game, but he felt the need to be “an ambassador for the city” since the All-Star Game was in New York so he played through the pain. Carmelo will have surgery on his left knee and that will take him out for the rest of the season...
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Amar’e Stoudemire pens farewell poem to New York after Knicks buyout

Amar’e Stoudemire’s strange sojourn in New York as a member of the Knicks has ended, not with a bang, but a whimper … and some poetry. The Knicks, as expected, reached a buyout agreement with Stoudemire late Sunday night and reports indicate that the veteran big man has his eyes on the Dallas Mavericks as...Read More The post Amar’e Stoudemire pens farewell poem to New York...
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Report: Knicks buy out Amar'e Stoudemire's contract

Amar’e Stoudemire is on his way out of New York.   The Knicks reportedly bought out the big man’s contract Sunday, per The New York Daily News’ Frank Isola. Stoudemire signed a five-year, $99.7 million deal with New York back in 2010. Rumors have been flying around about a buyout for weeks, and it seems to have finally come to fruition in time for Stoudemire to play a full...
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Carmelo Anthony likely done for season after All-Star Game

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said Thursday that he has likely played his last game of the season because of ongoing soreness in his left knee. Anthony, who has battled the knee pain for months, aggravated the injury in Monday’s loss to Miami, and sat out Wednesday against the Magic. He told ESPN Radio that he still plans...Read More
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Charles Oakley goes off on Knicks owner James Dolan

Whenever Knicks legend Charles Oakley wants to see his old team at Madison Square Garden, he finds his tickets on StubHub. That’s because the owner won’t even acknowledge his existence. Oakley, regarded as the heart and soul of the team during his 10-year run in New York, was at Times Square Knickerbocker Hotel Wednesday for a press...Read More
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Amar’e Stoudemire’s future with Knicks reportedly depends on Jim Dolan

The news that Amar’e Stoudemire already is talking about his time with the New York Knicks in the past tense certainly doesn’t bode well for his future with the team. But reports indicate that whether or not Stoudemire sticks with the Knicks will depend entirely on the whims of team owner James Dolan. Happy Walters,...Read More The post Amar’e Stoudemire’s future with Knicks...
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