6:30 PM EDT, Thu October 27, 2016
Newsday 39 mins ago

Carmelo Anthony, Jeff Hornacek understand Derrick Rose's frustration

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Jeff Hornacek isn't getting much of a honeymoon with the Knicks.
Marc Berman / New York Post 17 hours ago

Hornacek sure these two Knicks starters will be offensive factors

Joakim Noah and Courtney Lee made their Knicks debuts Tuesday and still are looking for their first points. The two new starters — who signed contracts that have a combined value of $122 million — were 0-for-6 shooting in posting goose eggs in the scoring column. Noah had just one shot attempt, missing an inside...
Marc Berman / New York Post Oct 26, 2016

Breaking down Kristaps Porzingis’ opening-night dud

CLEVELAND – Kristaps Porzingis officially became an Adidas guy before the Knicks’ season opener Tuesday night. Nike decided against matching the sneaker deal, which is worth about $4.5 million annually, the largest ever for a European hoopster. Porzingis even released a statement, saying, “I’m a unique player and Adidas is a unique brand. I’m just...
Newsday Oct 26, 2016

Derrick Rose wants to play pick-and-roll 'every time down' for Knicks

Derrick Rose is slow in picking up the Knicks' offense because he missed more than two weeks of practices and games, but he sounds as if he misses Chicago more.
Newsday Oct 25, 2016

Knicks no match for Cavaliers, LeBron James on opening night

CLEVELAND -- The Knicks opened the NBA season playing in front of a loud crowd and a national television audience on Tuesday night, but they did nothing to silence the fans or prove they could compete with the NBA champs.
Newsday Oct 25, 2016

Knicks' Carmelo Anthony wants what Cavs have: Rings

CLEVELAND -- Carmelo Anthony wants what LeBron James and ex-teammates J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert received Tuesday night.
Newsday Oct 25, 2016

Knicks won't watch Cavaliers' NBA championship ring ceremony

CLEVELAND -- The Knicks won't be witnesses to the Cavaliers' championship ring ceremony or banner being raised to the rafters.

Predictions: Are the Knicks playoff bound?

Predictions: Are the Knicks playoff bound?
New York Post Oct 25, 2016

Warriors’ fun-loving spectacle now loathed for juicy NBA year

When trying to assess the 2016-17 NBA landscape, a pointed observation from one of mankind’s late, great philosophers immediately surfaces. “Everybody pulls for David,” Wilt Chamberlain once said. “Nobody roots for Goliath.” This season’s NBA Goliath is Golden State. The Warriors were as beloved as Mother Teresa a few years back. Fun to watch with...
Newsday Oct 24, 2016

NBA power rankings: Eastern Conference

1. CAVALIERS: The reigning NBA champs remain the class of the conference and should rule the East again as long as LeBron James is healthy and leading them.
Newsday Oct 24, 2016

NBA Eastern Conference preview: Cleveland Cavaliers not satisfied

LeBron James helped the Cavaliers make history last year, twice. But that doesn't mean the best player of his generation is going to exhale.
Newsday Oct 24, 2016

Kristaps Porzingis ready to make jump

Kristaps Porzingis's smile is big and wide as he thinks about his rookie season and the way he silenced so many who thought he was a long-term project based on his appearance.
Marc Berman / New York Post Oct 24, 2016

Knicks docs monitoring Derrick Rose for signs of trial ‘stress’

The Knicks medical staff isn’t just worried about Derrick Rose’s knees. On the eve of Rose’s Knicks debut, doctors were more concerned about his conditioning and stress levels following a two-plus-week civil sexual assault trial. Rose said he was advised by the Knicks’ medical director, Lisa Callahan, not to overexert himself in the beginning stages...
Newsday Oct 24, 2016

Season preview: Inside the Knicks