Backcourt Brain-Teaser: What Do The Knicks Do At The Shooting Guard Position?

Natural battle tactics dictate that when an army has found itself completely overmatched in a battle, it should retreat, effectively forfeiting the battle, but retaining its resources and important figures for further battles to come. The New York Knicks faced a near impossible challenge in the first round of the NBA playoffs, matching up with […]


Printezis And Papanikolaou: The Greek Knicks

The New York Knicks hold the rights to Kostas Papanikolaou – their second round draft pick from this year – and Georgios Printezis – who they acquired the rights to in the Tyson Chandler deal. These two Europeans are leading the way for the Greece National Team, in hopes of qualifying for the Olympic tournament.


DAY THREE OF FREE AGENCY SEES RAPTORS FIRE FIRST SHOT IN WAR FOR NASH

The biggest free agent prize has finally made up his mind and dominos are starting to fall all over the NBA free agency landscape. As the new cross-town rival Brooklyn Nets continued their makeover by re-signing their star point guard Deron Williams to a five-year deal worth $100 million, the Knicks continue to wait on […]


Steve Nash Rumors Dominate Day 1 of Knicks Free Agency

The first day of true free agency since 2010 did not disappoint. A number of players have already come to verbal agreements with their current clubs (Gerald Wallace with the Nets and Andre Miller with the Nuggets), while others have received offers from new clubs (Rockets offer Omer Asik three year deal worth $25 million […]