Should Carmelo Anthony Be Pleased With Phil Jackson So Far?

First impressions are often everything. On Tuesday night, Knicks’ President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson met with resident superstar Carmelo Anthony for dinner. According to our pal Ian Begley of ESPN New York, the two discussed the team’s coaching situation and Anthony’s pending free agency this summer. Meeting with Anthony as early as possible was/is […]

Why the Knicks Shouldn’t Rush to Hire Steve Kerr As Head Coach

It’s been dually noted, as of late, that former Bulls’ sharpshooter Steve Kerr has quickly emerged as Phil Jackson’s top candidate for the Knicks’ head coaching vacancy. According to Marc Stein of ESPN, New York is aiming to hire Kerr by early May, presumedly after the first round of the NBA playoffs. What’s more, former […]

Will Knicks’ Larry Johnson Be Penalized For Recent Remarks?

Social media can be a wild and delicate thing. Of course, the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and etc., can be used to spread/share things like content, ideas, beliefs, views, and more, for better or for worse. When someone is a public and/or notable figure, it’s important they be mindful of what they express on […]

Mike Woodson Serves As In-Studio Analyst For NBATV

Just days removed from assuming head coaching duties of the New York Knicks, the recently fired Mike Woodson took advantage of his newly free time this weekend. He appeared on NBATV on Saturday night, serving as an in-studio analyst during the network’s post-game playoff coverage in between contests. Such an appearance marked Woodson’s first opportunity […]

Former Bulls Aiming to Network with Phil Jackson For Potential Knicks Jobs

On Wednesday, Phil Jackson spoke with the media and though he didn’t reveal all too much about his plans in the near future, the thirteen-time NBA champion did acknowledge that he will speak with former Bulls’ sharpshooter Steve Kerr about the Knicks’ head coaching vacancy.  But as Jackson looks to surround himself with familiar and/or […]

Which Coaching Candidate Would Create Biggest Splash For Knicks?

With Mike Woodson and his staff no longer in place to represent the Knicks, for better or for worse, Phil Jackson’s search for a new head coach has officially begun. There’s no doubt such a hiring will not only spark the potentially promising things to come for the Knicks and Jackson’s tenure in his first […]

Michael Rapaport Discusses His Latest Knicks Centric Documentary

Michael Rapaport is an avid Knicks fan, and one of the most passionately recognizable ones at that. Despite now making a home in Los Angeles these days, the actor can be found at The World’s Most Famous Arena all the time throughout the season, as he always finds time to support his team. Since watching […]

Knicks Fire Mike Woodson; Will Herb Williams Be Back?

On Monday morning, Phil Jackson and the Knicks announced that Mike Woodson and his staff have been relieved of their duties, effective immediately. Such a decision doesn’t come as a surprise by any means. The team’s continued struggles were frustrateingly evident all season long, and Woodson (without Jason Kidd tagging along as an honorary associate […]

Why Doesn’t Mike Woodson Want to Meet With Phil Jackson?

On Friday, reports surfaced from ESPN via the likes of Stephen A. Smith and Ian Begley asserting that Knicks’ head coach Mike Woodson wishes not to meet with Phil Jackson in person to discuss his potential future employment. Instead, the coach wants to know what’s going on, first. There’s a decision to be made regarding […]

Lamar Odom: The Face of the 2014-15 New York Knicks

With just hours left of their season remaining, the Knicks signed Lamar Odom for the “rest” of the year. Such a deal also included a team-option for the forward to remain on board next season as well. Odom, who did not appear in an NBA game all of this past season, made a pro-rated amount […]

Some Knicks Links Following (Meaningless) Win Against Nets

Though the Knicks will miss the NBA postseason for the first time in three seasons, the team still had enough time to play spoiler a bit in the regular season. By defeating the Nets in Brooklyn by a score of 109-98 on Tuesday night, New York prevented the “home” team from securing the Eastern Conference’s […]

Knicks Display a Certain Assertiveness Against Bulls to Earn Victory

Following Sunday night’s game against the Bulls, each and every Knick stood tall with a positive plus/minus highlighting their stat-line. In a perfect world, what does that equal, exactly? More often than not, it results in a victory, and that’s just what the Knicks got. Despite a lethargic first quarter after which New York found […]

Knicks Eliminated; What Will Next Season Be Like?

With an impressive win by the Hawks over the Heat on Saturday night, Atlanta secured themselves the Eastern Conference’s eighth and final playoff spot, thus eliminating the Knicks as well. With that, realization that this season was a complete and utter failure by New York has come. There will be no squeezing into the playoffs […]

The New York Knicks Continue to Play the Waiting Game

As the Knicks have attempted to heat things up over the last few weeks in hopes of keeping their postseason chances alive, the increased presence of Amar’e Stoudemire down the stretch has been continuously praised. On Friday night, the man otherwise known as STAT continued to ensure his impact was felt by pouring in a […]