James “Flight” White is known for his superb athleticism, but, unfortunately, he’s had a difficult time sticking in the league. The Knicks gave White a one-year, guaranteed deal at the start of the summer, and White elected to play with the youngins’ in Vegas, to work on his game. Seeing that he was the one… More
The 6’11 big man out of UMass came in to the league with a lot of fanfare. A storied college career capped by a run to the Final Four and a Wooden Award, before leaving after his junior season, led a lot of people to believe that Camby was destined for NBA greatness…and for the… More
It would be safe to say that last year was Amare Stoudemire’s worst year in his career. Coming into the shortened season, Stoudemire’s Knicks had high expectations, but the 6-time All-Star had no shortage of issues. Stoudemire saw the tragic death of his brother, the resignation of his long-time head coach, a bulging disk in… More
It took a little longer than expected, but Rasheed Wallace has officially come out of retirement to join the New York Knicks. Wallace, 6-11, 230-pounds, holds career averages of 14.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.33 blocks over 33.0 minutes in 1,088 games (956 starts) over 15 seasons with Washington, Portland, Atlanta, Detroit and… More
Last season, the Knicks’ average age was 26.27, good for 21st in the league. After a transaction filled off-season, the Knicks are set to climb the rankings, probably taking over the top spot. This off-season, the Knicks acquired the, experienced, likes of Jason Kidd, Pablo Prigioni, Kurt Thomas and Marcus Camby. Combining those additions with… More
BACKGROUD: Pablo Prigioni is a 6’3” point guard from Argentina. Before signing with the Knicks for the veteran’s minimum, he had spent his entire playing career playing overseas. He spent the first three years of his career (1995-1998) playing in the Argentine LNB League. From there, he spent two years playing in the Spanish ACB… More
Basketball is finally around the corner. Today, training camps are set to open, meaning we’ll start to see some real basketball news. In preparation for the season ahead, we here at The Knicks Wall are going to give you our takes on the off-season that was and the season that is going to be.
Today at media day, Iman Shumpert took a moment to drop a freestyle over Kanye West’s song, Clique, centered on the Knicks. From the looks of the video, seems like this might be a promo for the team. What are your thoughts on Shumpert’s latest rap?
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it to media day today, due to some prior commitments, but thanks to a press conference style Q&A session, I was able to follow along on twitter. Here are some tidbits that are worth mentioning:
Thanks to Mark Deeks at ShamSports, I don’t have to do a bunch of number crunching. A few days ago, he released the salaries for the New York Knicks. These are all the salary commitments for the 14 players with guarenteed deals, as well as the money that the team still has on the books… More