Around 2 AM this morning, JR Smith re-signed with the New York Knicks. He agreed to a two-year deal that pays him $2.8 million in the first-year and a player option in the second year. CAA, Smith’s representation, released this statement:
The Houston Rockets and the New York Knicks have come to terms on a sign-and-trade that will send Marcus Camby to New York. The terms of the deal are as follows: Houston receives: Toney Douglas
The New York Knicks’ Summer League roster has finally been revealed. First game is July 14th. Barring some potential sign-and-trades, it will look like this: UPDATE: Since Toney Douglas, Jerome Jordan and Josh Harrellson were all included in the Marcus Camby trade, they will not be playing for the Knicks’ summer league squad.
I’ve had many people ask me if different financial moves are possible, so here’s a post explaining what the Knicks can offer. When news broke that Jason Kidd and the New York Knicks agreed to terms on a deal, no numbers were leaked. Now we know that the Knicks are in the midst of working… More
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… More
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.
Last night, Jeremy Lin and the Houston Rockets came to terms on a four-year deal worth $29.8 million. The deal will give Jeremy $5 million in the first year, $5.2 million in the second year, $9.2 million in the third year and the fourth year is a player option of $9.2 million. Somehow, Jeremy Lin… More
In a surprising change of events, the New York Knicks have come to terms on a deal with Jason Kidd. Basically, this is the last 24 hours in Knicks land: Wednesday morning: It looks like Nash is leaning towards New York and that Shumpert will be traded for him.
Steve Nash Last night, it was learned that Steve Nash will be sign-and-traded to the Los Angeles Lakers for two first round picks (2013,2014), two second round picks (2013,2015), as well as $3 million. The move comes on the heels of several rumors sending Nash to New York.
James “Flight” White and the New York Knicks have come to terms on a one-year, guaranteed minimum deal. White has spent the last two season in Italy, where he was the top scorer in 2010-2011 with 20.1 points a game, and averaged 17.1 points this past year.