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Yesterday | BleacherReport
Legacies are fickle beasts in the NBA , and Carmelo Anthony 's will be shaped rather significantly by what he chooses to do this summer.
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Saturday | BleacherReport
He described the stench of this franchise so comprehensively during a 2012 interview on HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel , you would swear the Zen Master had doused himself in James Dolan's cologne.
Saturday | Sports Network
Three days before Jackson is expected to be named the franchise's new president, Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks took care of the lowly Milwaukee Bucks, 115-94, in a Saturday matinee at Madison Square Garden.
Saturday | Buckets Over Broadway
Feb 22, 2014; Atlanta, GA, USA; New York Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony celebrates after shooting a three in the second half against the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena.
Depending on who is doing the talking, Phil Jackson took the job to be president - and perhaps part owner - of the New York Knicks on Saturday, Monday or not yet.
New York Knicks center Cole Aldrich battles for a rebound with Boston Celtics center Jared Sullinger during the first quarter BOSTON - As starting-center-for-the-night Cole Aldrich spoke to a phalanx of media following the Knicks' 116-92 rout of the Celtics, J.R. Smith shouted across the locker room, "Hey Cole Chandler.'
For years, fans of the New York Knicks were forced to fetishize a seemingly impossible hypothetical: If only James Dolan weren't around New York's bungling bluesman hasn't gone anywhere, of course.
Good evening! While all sorts of other shit goes on, the Knicks still have basketball games, and since they've won their last few, the games are actually important.
Once this disastrous season for the New York Knicks finally comes to an end, Carmelo Anthony is going to have the biggest decision of his career on his hands.
The New York Knicks have been playing much better of late and will try to keep the momentum going Wednesday night when they visit the Boston Celtics.
Every franchise has its own set of dysfunctional underpinnings. The Knicks just happen to have enough to fill a highlight reel, with a profusion of ownership blunders, financial mismanagement, mismatched pieces, guns, whacky weed, suspensions, rampant underachievement, and so on.
Let's get the bad news that isn't really news at all out of the way first: Amar'e Stoudemire is not someone who can offer even a remotely passable performance on the defensive end when he is the center in an otherwise small lineup.
Michael Carter-Williams #1 of the Philadelphia 76ers drives against the New York Knicks during a game at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
As if the possibility of landing Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson in the front office weren't enough-and that possibility seemed to be getting stronger on Monday, with Jackson reportedly on the cusp of accepting the team's offer-there was also the fact that New York was entering its Monday contest with the lowly Philadelphia 76ers on a rare ... (more)