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Sep 24, 2014
Rotoworld
When asked about J.R. Smith, Knicks president Phil Jackson said that it might not be possible to eliminate Smith's immature behavior.
Newsday 13 hours ago

J.R. Smith seeks serious attitude adjustment

J.R. Smith, the Knicks shooting guard with the bad-boy image, is trying to head into training camp with a good attitude.
New York Post 16 hours ago
J.R. Smith: Knicks have best shooting guard mix in NBA

J.R. Smith: Knicks have best shooting guard mix in NBA

One year ago, there was a five-game, NBA-imposed suspension and the recovery from arthroscopic knee surgery hovering over his noggin. Now J.R. Smith enters Knicks training camp feeling strong, fit,...

J.R.: This camp is 'definitely a clean slate'

GREENBURGH, N.Y. –- J.R. Smith is looking forward to starting training camp without having to worry about his health or an impending suspension. “I think it’s definitely a clean slate,” Smith said at Knicks media day on Monday about going into camp this year. “I think it will be a more productive start of the year for me. There’s nothing hanging over my head whether it’s injuries, suspensions stuff like that.
Newsday Sep 24, 2014

Phil Jackson to get to know J.R. Smith

Phil Jackson is unsure of whether he can get J.R. Smith to focus solely on basketball and minimize some of his antics on and off the court.
Rotoworld Sep 24, 2014

Phil Jackson talks J.R. Smith's immaturity - J.R. Smith (G/F) New York Knicks

When asked about J.R. Smith, Knicks president Phil Jackson said that it might not be possible to eliminate Smith's immature behavior.

More mature J.R. ready to bounce back

NEW YORK –- J.R. Smith never quite felt like himself last season. Coming off surgery to repair the patellar tendon and meniscus tears in his left knee, the shooter couldn't get comfortable nor did he have the kind of mobility he had in the past. Frustration and losses mounted, and Smith admits he only made things more difficult on himself with his shoelace antics, which led to $50,000 in fines. “I am not going to put it all on the injury," Smith said.

J.R.: Pranks are fine, but fines aren't

New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith said he would continue to untie his opponents’ shoelaces -- if there weren’t any fines involved. J.R. Smith#8 SGNew York Knicks 2014 STATS GM74 PPG14.5 RPG4.0 APG3.0 FG%.415 FT%.652Smith was fined $50,000 by the NBA last season for his shoelace stunts in consecutive games. “I do care about the fines because it’s loss of money, but other than that, I like to have fun,” Smith http://bleacherreport.

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