Editor’s note: Before you start rolling your eyes, this piece is just outlining the slim possibility that Chris Paul ends up in New York. It’s highly improbable, but, nonetheless, it’s possible. By no means are we advocating for Chris Paul nor predicting he will land up in New York this summer, just reporting that, cap-wise, there remains a… More
If you’re a Knicks fan — a real Knicks fan — you don’t have many possible choices as to what your favorite team-related moment from the past ten years could be, and, in fact, one of them isn’t even directly related to the ‘Bockers.
As training camp begins and the season is right around the corner, many of the weathered Knicks fans have begun to come out of the woodwork. As a fan myself, I have no doubt let my feelings show to the world (or for all my Facebook friends), in order to keep my sanity during the… 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
Later today, it’s expected that the New York Knicks will announce the signing of Rasheed Wallace. Sheed’s coming out of retirement to join the ‘Bockers, folks. According to Marc Berman, Rasheed Wallace has informed the Knicks that he plans to join them for training camp.
Unfortunately for him, it doesn’t look like the team is looking for a reunion. According to Jared Zwerling, Shawne Williams “wants to return to the Knicks but the team isn’t interested.” Williams played for the ‘Bockers two years ago, after Donnie Walsh gave him a shot, then last year, after his one-year contract expired, he… More
Today, the New York Knicks have announced the signings of Oscar Bellfield, Henry Sims, John Shurna and Mychel Thompson, who all worked out for the team in the spring. Starting October 2nd, these guys will be fighting with Chris Smith, Chris Copeland, and probably a few more invitees, for one or two roster spots. We… More
The New York Knicks have come to terms on a one-year, partially guaranteed contract with Jon Shurna. Shurna went undrafted out of Northwestern University, and then struggled with the Atlanta Hawks in summer league play.
November 1st, 2012, at 7 pm, is not just the first night that the Brooklyn Nets will play a meaningful (i.e. an actual game that counts) game on their home floor, but it will also be their first game against your New York Knicks!
According to David Aldridge, the New York Knicks have come to terms on a one-year deal with free-agent shooting guard Ronnie Brewer. Brewer has spent his past two years in Chicago and he averaged 6.9 points, 2.1 assists and 3.5 rebounds a game last year, while playing 24.8 minutes a game.