It might be 2014, but in terms of Melo’s impending free agent decision, let’s pretend it’s the ’90s again. Carmelo Anthony has seemingly narrowed down his destination to two cities, which happen to be the two largest cities in our nation – New York City and Los Angeles. Both are appealing options for Melo, as… More
Should I stay or should I go now? Should I stay or should I go now? If I go there will be trouble An’ if I stay it will be double So come on and let me know Should I stay or should I go? — The Clash ICYMI, Carmelo Anthony will most definitely be a… More
“Don’t get too comfortable.” That was the writing on the wall after last week’s managerial purge as Steve Mills, the man who presided over the Garden’s dark times, the era of “He Who Shall Not Be Named,” was surprisingly reanimated to replace Glen Grunwald. For any other NBA franchise, a front office shakeup needn’t signal… More
There’s been some speculation the past few days about the Knicks’ front office pondering a move, but Mike Woodson, to this point, has been reluctant to cut anyone from this team. With the Knicks’ frontcourt completely battered and tattered, it would seem feasible that New York picks up a decent big to fill a void… More
For much of the last decade, the New York Knicks have been a franchise marred by poor executive decisions, mainly stemming from the ownership of James Dolan and his relationship with Isiah Thomas.
Someone should tell the Knicks that point guards are not the only players available during free agency, but they’re set on improving their depth. Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin have stolen the spotlight, but 35-year old Pablo Prigioni has struck up some interest from Knicks personnel.
First reported by Marc Stein, New York Knicks’ restricted free-agent Landry Fields and the Tornto Raptors have come to terms on a three-year deal worth ~$20 million. At this time, the deal is a verbal agreement and cannot be signed until July 11th. When the offer-sheet is signed on July 11th, the Knicks will have… More
Earlier this afternoon, arbitrator Kenneth Damn, who was brought in to determine if the Knicks held the early bird-rights for Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak, ruled in the Knicks’ favor. Now, after this ruling, the Knicks will be able to re-sign Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak – without affecting the salary cap – WHILE retaining… More