I know I’m late, but go with it! Well, unfortunately, we have finally gotten to the, expected, time of lost games. On Monday (10.10), after a 6-hour meeting between the NBA and the NBAPA, David Stern canceled the first two weeks of the regular season. Now, if both sides can, somehow, reach an agreement in […]
Here is part 2 of Art Rondeau‘s solution to the NBA lockout. Enjoy! Here’s a quick summary of Part 1: 1. The proposed new solution uses a stock market model. Using 57% of Basketball Related Income (BRI) for our example (the percentage that players received in the last CBA) and $100M for the average team […]
The 2012 NBA championships, if we have a season, are causing a lot of speculation as to who will be successful and who will not. This is especially true for the New York Knicks as they face questions over how they will manoeuvre themselves into a good position to be strong contenders in the upcoming […]
I know… the site has been dead. However, today, we have a special treat: a new post from the great Art Rondeau! Art has come up with a unique way of solving the current NBA lockout, and I believe everyone should check this one out.
The 2011 NBA draft saw the Knicks take Iman Shumpert with #17 pick in the first round, and Josh “Jorts” Harrellson in the second round. Knick fans were divided as a whole as to whether it was a successful draft, and so with inspiration from Lohud Knicks, who hosted a similar roundtable discussion at the […]
With the 17th pick in this year’s NBA draft, the New York Knicks selected Iman Shumpert. Many people were upset that the Knicks passed on Singleton for Shumpert, but I like the pick. Expect an in depth profile over the weekend!
Coming out of High School, Josh Selby was regarded as the best point guard in his class. After a 2010-2011 season, which involved eligibility issues, suspension, injury, and a Sweet 16 appearance at Kansas, Selby is struggling to simply be drafted in the first round.
Jimmer Fredette, born on February 25, 1989, just completed playing four years of collegiate basketball at Brigham Young University. During the 2011 season, Jimmer was the leading scorer in NCAA Division I basketball, as well as the winner of multiple Player of the Year awards. Jimmer, out of Glen Falls, NY has divided scouts, analysts, […]
After two years of clearing cap space, Donnie Walsh now finds himself in a situation similar to when he first arrived at 2 Penn Plaza. He is capped out. The Knicks’ season this year could be deemed successful or not, based on your expectations from the beginning of the year. Nevertheless, any NBA fan knows […]