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Newsday Jul 8, 2016
GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Joakim Noah spoke like a New Yorker and about being from New York, and how the Knicks' teams of the 1990s shaped him into the player he is.
Joakim Noah was introduced with the Knicks Friday and discussed reuniting with Derrick Rose in New York.
Joakim Noah explained to the New York media Friday why he decided to sign with the Knicks.
The Cubs keep calling up kids from the minor leagues, but the farm system still has plenty of talent.Even with Willson Contreras, Albert Almora and
Doug McDermott is allowing Dwyane Wade to take his number when he suits up for the Bulls.
On SportsNet Central, the Calderon and Dunleavy trades are broken down.
CSN Chicago Jul 7, 2016
Homegrown rookie Drew Conner hasn’t played a competitive game for the Chicago Fire yet, but he has been able to gain professional experience
Kentucky Speedway winner William Byron remains atop the points.
As Derrick Rose did upon joining the Knicks, center Joakim Noah wrote a letter to Chicago fans on Thursday, thanking his former home for the memories. The New York City product, who will be introduced as a Knick at a press conference Friday, wrote a letter printed in the Chicago Tribune that cited the Windy...
With combo guard Langston Galloway departing for New Orleans for a hefty two-year, $10 million deal that was too rich for Phil Jackson’s blood, the Knicks president has interest in bringing back shooting guard Sasha Vujacic, according to an NBA source. The Knicks could use another shooting guard in addition to recent pickup Justin Holiday...
Newsday Jul 7, 2016
The Knicks picked up two starters and a key reserve during free agency and are expected to announce their arrivals Friday.
The Knicks will introduce the club’s three big free-agent signings Friday at their Tarrytown facility, but Courtney Lee got the hype machine rolling early. Lee claimed the club is primed to “win big’’ and the championship is a management goal. “We’re contenders, man,’’ Lee told Orlando-based website Basketball Insiders. “They didn’t make the playoffs last...
Blog a Bull Jul 5, 2016
A great era of Bulls basketball is now officially behind us. You won't want to see what comes next. Let's start with Joakim Noah. On the day he became a Bull, Noah seemed like the last player Chicago would fall for. I remember his draft day look being aptly describe as "every Batman villain rolled into one" and I remember a heavy chunk of the fanbase earnestly wishing they had selected Spencer Hawes instead. Back then, Noah was among the most reviled athletes in the country as the brash weirdo that powered Florida to back-to-back national championships. Nearly a decade later, he exits the...
Posting and Toasting Jul 3, 2016
Players recruiting players recruiting players. The Jackson 5 is complete: The back cover of today's New York Post: The Jackson 5 pic.twitter.com/wWusvPS4g8 — Tommy Beer (@TommyBeer) July 3, 2016 Courtney Lee isn't the best player on this crew -- in the best-case scenario, he'd actually be the worst -- but he is one of the few starting-level shooting guards in a ridiculously thin market. That meant the Knicks faced a great deal of competition from other clubs. Fortunately, New York had an ace in the hole in the form of their newly-acquired center, Joakim Noah. Per Ian Begley: The...
Posting and Toasting Jul 3, 2016
Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose are Knicks. (Full disclosure: This post used to contain sentences about Eric Gordon, and now it doesn't, and I feel good about that.) Noah's career is peppered with knee tendinitis, ankle soreness, and a recent shoulder surgery. Rose, of course, has had surgeries in both knees, and he smashed up his face to start last season. I've seen it said that New York has focused on injury history as a market inefficiency. I'm ... not sure that makes sense, since the Knicks have paid top-dollar for these guys with little competition to speak of, but I do buy the idea that...