According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Phoenix Suns are interested in a sign-and-trade with the New York Knicks, centered on Landy Fields. Of course, the deal would send Steve Nash to New York. On Sunday afternoon, both the Knicks and Raptors sat down with Steve Nash. It has been reported that the Raptors offered Nash a… More
Earlier we highlighted the top 10 restricted free agents in the NBA this summer. Here are our top 10 unrestricted players. 1. Deron Williams, PG, Brooklyn Nets: The star of this summer’s free agency. One of the league’s top five point guards. William’s situation is simple: He will either resign with the Nets or go… More
No Lockout this summer, Knicks fans! After the long, longer and longest summer for the NBA since 1998, fans have an actual summer of free agency to look forward to. With the flirting just getting started today and actual signings not happening until July 11th, let’s take a look at the top 10 restricted free… More
The 2012 NBA Draft is today. For the first time in a long time, the New York Knicks do not have a first-round pick and just one second-round pick. As always, there are picks available in the late first-round and scattered throughout the second round, but as the Knicks have already used up their allotted… More
First off, I’d like to apologize for the lack of posts recently. It’s been a busy time for us, but we’re back to our regular programming. Starting early next week, we’ll be releasing at least one draft profile a day leading up to the NBA Draft.
Currently, the New York Knicks stand around $5.6 million under the $58 million, league-mandated salary cap. Unfortunately, the roughly $52 million tied up in contracts, only locks down five players for the 2012-2013 season. In order for the Knicks to fill out their roster to 15 players, they’ll have to make some choices, as well… More
With the signing of Baron Davis, for one-year and $1.4 million (the veteran-minimum), who will reportedly be sidelined for less than one month and not the 8-10 weeks that was originally reported, the Knicks front office is proving that they are doing all they possibly can to win a championship this season.
*Facepalm* As Knick fans waited in anticipation for Jamal Crawford to make his final decision on where he would take his talents, Shawne Williams waited in anticipation for the Knicks to make a decision on his own future. In the end, the Knicks struck out looking as Jamal Crawford will suit-up for the Blazers and… More
Well, that was a crazy 72 hours, eh? A lot has happened in Knicks-land, so let’s take a minute to try and recap all the deals that went down. The Knicks chose to amnesty Chauncey Billups, and his $14.2 million expiring contract, to make cap-space for Tyson Chandler. Billups was not too pleased (courtesy of… More
It’s a done deal. Tyson Chandler will be joining the Knicks. Per Howard Beck, Knicks’ trades are complete. It’s a 3-team deal with Dallas and Washington. New York sends Turiaf, 2013 2nd-round pick and cash to Wizards.