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Reaction To The Knicks’ Acquiring Andrea Bargnani From Toronto Raptors

It’s July 1st, and with free agency underway, the Knicks must have felt as though the proper response to Nets’ acquisition of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry was to acquire Andrea Bargnani from the Raptors. Not exactly what you would call a blockbuster deal, New York shipped Steve Novak and Marcus Camby (and […]

Knicks’ Forward Amar’e Stoudemire Gets Married In Miami

In addition to improving his stamina and working out with Hakeem Olajuwon for the second summer in a row, getting married was also on Amar’e Stoudemire’s “to-do” list this offseason. The Knicks’ star, turned sixth man, turned question mark, celebrated his marriage to Alexis Welch, the mother of his kids, this weekend. The two held […]

Reaction to the Knicks’ Drafting Tim Hardaway Jr.

Upon the Knicks drafting Tim Hardaway Jr. on Thursday night, not only did many fans have to blink and do a double take at the name, but the jokes regarding the team believing they were instead drafting old-time nemesis (and since retired) Tim Hardaway flowed right in. But alas, New York did draft a young […]

Comings and Goings Surrounding the Knickerbockers Closer to Draft Day

With the NBA Draft set to take place on Thursday, the Knicks are evaluating and exploring all sorts of different options and possibilities. For teams in The Association, participating in the NBA Draft often becomes about filling specific voids, and/or taking a risk on a rather promising young gun. In the the meantime, let’s take […]

Knicks’ Free Agent Workouts To Dictate NBA Draft Choice?

The NBA Draft is just days away, and with pre-draft workouts seemingly all but finished for the Knicks, the team has shifted gears towards free agent workouts over the past week or so. But that doesn’t mean such workouts won’t, nevertheless, impact who the Knicks draft this coming Thursday. Recently named Nets’ coach Jason Kidd […]

Long Island’s Own Danny Green Fails to Capture NBA Title in First Attempt

Danny Green has had an interesting basketball journey so far. After starting off in Long Island, the young gun has made his way to Chapel Hill, Reno, Austin, Slovenia, Cleveland, and San Antonio. Green’s success story is quite a remarkable one, from D-League star to NBA Finals stud. His 27 three-point field goals (through game […]

Isiah Thomas Is Still Talking About The Knicks For Some Reason

It’s peculiar that Isiah Thomas is still talking about Knicks basketball at this point in time. It’s even weirder that some people (apparently those who write for publications) care so much to hear his opinion. Thomas has “friends” in the Knicks’ organization, from owner James Dolan, to college buddies Glen Grunwald and Mike Woodson. Being […]

How Does All the Doc Rivers Speculation Impact the Knicks?

The Knicks had a very promising season, largely in part due to the fact that Mike Woodson led his team and helped them achieve a handful of different things that hadn’t been achieved in years. An Atlantic Division title, fifty-plus wins, and a playoff series’ victory were all among those many things. But even so, […]

Happy Father’s Day: New York Knicks Edition

Happy Father’s Day, everyone! Though we’re two people with very realistic expectations for the Knicks, about a month and a half ago, my father and I were marveling at the fact that around Father’s Day this year, the Knicks could still be playing basketball…potentially competing in a heated NBA Finals matchup. Perhaps we’d be watching. […]

Some Updated Knicks’ NBA Draft Links

Though they only own the 24th overall selection in this month’s NBA Draft, Glen Grunwald and the Knicks know anything they can happen. Trades often go down just seconds before a pick, and though a team may not have multiple draft choices, moves can always be made to snag another pick in order to reel […]

Knicks Exploring Plenty of Possibilities Through NBA Draft Workouts

The Knicks have only begun pre-draft workouts, but a wide variety of prospects have already been seen, with an even more diverse group of players set to continuing strolling in as the weeks go on. So far, New York has worked out potential first-round selections, some likely second-rounders, and even a handful that just may […]

Jason Kidd Finishes Off Career With Knicks As He Retires From NBA

Just days after watching his co-Rookie of the Year from 1995, Grant Hill, call it quits, Jason Kidd ultimately decided to do the same. He and the Knicks announced his retirement from the NBA following a Hall of Fame career that spanned over 19 seasons. Following a career that included one NBA championship, five All-NBA […]

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