The New York Knicks have met Kentucky Wildcat Immanuel Quickley twice ahead of the 2020 NBA Draft. Devin Booker and Tyler Herro were two of the most recent former University of Kentucky guards who got overlooked in the NBA Draft.
When Phil Jackson was named the president of the New York Knicks in 2014, many expected his experience and expertise to bring some respectability back to New York. People also thought he could help elevate Carmelo Anthony's game to new heights.
Max Rose, who serves as a congressman for New York's 11th congressional district, called out Knicks owner James Dolan, saying he should sell the team. As a response to Rose's comments, Dolan sent a $50,000 check to his opponent.
It was reported last month that New York is "all-in" on signing VanVleet, and the team could have upward of $40 million in cap space this offseason. However, the Knicks are just one of many teams expected to pursue the 26-year-old's services.
It’s not clear whether the Knicks are now ready to make their decision or whether the organization will narrow down its initial list of 11 candidates to a smaller group of finalists before finalizing a hire.
If the New York Knicks secure a top three pick during the 2020 NBA Draft Lottery and eventually go on to select Georgia star Anthony Edwards on draft night, there’s a chance coach Tom Thibodeau could oversee the youngster’s early NBA development.
The New York Knicks are expected to have their next head coach by July 31st. This comes from SNY’s Ian Begley. As of right now, it appears that Tom Thibodeau remains the leader in the clubhouse for the position.
The New York Knicks reportedly took another step toward potentially hiring Tom Thibodeau as their next head coach. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Knicks formally interviewed the "leading candidate" for the position Thursday...
Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images Why not? The Knicks’ front office has Interviewed (or is planning to interview) 11 candidates for the head coach position...so what’s one more dude for the list?
On the day of the trade deadline this year, the New York Knicks pulled the trigger on a rumor that was up in the air for a couple of months prior. Sending Marcus Morris to the LA Clippers in exchange for a few draft picks and small forward Maurice Harkless, the Knicks illustrated once again that their rebuilding process is still far from over.
Jason Kidd has been rumored to be one of the candidates for the New York Knicks ' vacant head coaching job. But at least one person who worked with him in the NBA thinks he's the wrong man for the job...
Photo by Paul Bereswill/Getty Images Clearly a mistake. One reason many Knicks fans were dismayed at the hiring of Leon Rose and William “World Wide Wes” Wesley to run the front office was that the pair had long been rumored as having a strong voice at MSG during the past decade.
Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images The draft isn’t going to be held for a LONNNNNNNNNG time. The Knicks’ front office made it fairly clear that the search for their next head coach is the top priority after blowing off an NBA league office conference call in order to interview candidates Will Hardy and Jason Kidd on Thursday.
Tom Thibodeau has been linked to the New York Knicks‘ head-coaching position from the moment Leon Rose took over as team president. Rose, the former head of Creative Artists Agency (CAA), has worked with Thibodeau in the past.
Photo by Harry Langer/DeFodi Images via Getty Images Hayes will be one of the top picks in the 2020 draft. Up until now, we’ve only heard about the Knicks interview fringe draft prospects likes Seton Hall’s Myles Powell or JUCO player Jay Scrubb.
LeBron James has been seen in several different jerseys but is unlikely to include a chapter of him wearing the blue and orange of the New York Knicks but 10 years ago, he seemingly was close to choosing them. Here's what happened.