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New York Post 15 hours ago
Knicks trying to ‘accelerate the healing’ for J.R. Smith

Knicks trying to ‘accelerate the healing’ for J.R. Smith

The Knicks had hopes to have J.R. Smith ready for their trip to Chicago for Thursday’s game with the Bulls. Yeah, well, they also had hoped to have a won-lost...
Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago 2 hours ago

Are the Bulls better without Carmelo?

CHICAGO -- Few who were deeply involved in the Chicago Bulls' pursuit of Carmelo Anthony last summer want to talk about it. Anthony told reporters in New York on Wednesday that he didn't want to second-guess himself regarding his decision to stay with the Knicks....
Blog a Bull 56 mins ago
The Bulls made their choice on Carmelo Anthony, not the other way around

The Bulls made their choice on Carmelo Anthony, not the other way around

and things are turning out OK so far. Does anyone even remember opening night? This season is over a quarter-finished and it seems so long ago. In case you did forget, the Bulls went to New York and demolished Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks. Fun was had. The Bulls have had a pretty good season since then, through some ups and downs with injuries but showing off nice depth along the way. The Knicks followed with a surprising win over the Cavs and then went into a total tailspin. They're 5-22. They all hate eachother and the Triangle. And Melo now knows how a no-trade clause works and is...
Frank Isola / New York Daily News 13 hours ago

Isola: Carmelo wrong to pass on Bulls offer for Knicks mess

Carmelo Anthony saw Chicago as a "perfect fit" which shows you that in NBA free agency, you don't go with your branding expert.

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Stein: Knicks, Celtics talk trade for Rondo

The New York Knicks are one of several teams that the Boston Celtics have engaged in trade discussions involving point guard Rajon Rondo, sources have told ESPN.com’s Marc Stein. The Dallas Mavericks appear to have the best shot to land Rondo at this point, Stein reports. The Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers have also talked to Boston about Rondo, but Dallas is in the “most advanced talks,” Stein reports.
No more Mr. ‘Nice’ Guy for Knicks coach Derek Fisher

No more Mr. ‘Nice’ Guy for Knicks coach Derek Fisher

Derek Fisher had finally had enough, or at least it seemed like the first time he had on the surface.
Newsday 21 hours ago

Carmelo Anthony won't second-guess decision not to sign with Bulls

When Carmelo Anthony takes on the Bulls Thursday night, he'll have a clear picture of what could have been had he chosen differently and signed with them in the offseason. Namely, the Knicks will be facing a team that's 15-9 and pose massive difficulties for a squad in a tailspin.

J.R. will not make trip to Chicago

GREENBURGH, NY –- J.R. Smith will not travel to Chicago as he continues to rehab his plantar fascia injury. Smith has missed the last four games and the Knicks will be without the shooter against Chicago on Thursday. The Knicks play Phoenix at home on Saturday and play at Toronto on Sunday. They have a three-day break following that before facing the Wizards on Christmas Day. “Just trying to get some treatment,” head coach Derek Fisher said of Smith.
With Bulls up next, Carmelo Anthony not wondering 'What if'

With Bulls up next, Carmelo Anthony not wondering 'What if'

When the Knicks head to Chicago Thursday to play the Bulls, Anthony will step on what could've been his home court.

Did Stoudemire take subtle shot at Tyson?

NEW YORK -- The New York Knicks fell to 5-22 after Tuesday’s 20-point loss to the Dallas Mavericks. But that didn’t stop Amar’e Stoudemire from taking what could be construed as a shot at ex-Knick Tyson Chandler. “Tyson’s supposed to be a great defensive player but they still sent double and triple teams on me,” Stoudemire said after scoring 10 points on 4-of-8 shooting against Dallas. “So that’s kind of a compliment if you ask me -- for a guy to be known for his defensive presence and the team to still send a double team.
Isola: Unlike Knicks' Melo, Dirk shows sacrifice

Isola: Unlike Knicks' Melo, Dirk shows sacrifice

Dirk Nowitzki returned to the Dallas Mavericks with little fanfare last summer.
Knicks Insider: Sympathy for Carmelo Anthony

Knicks Insider: Sympathy for Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony believed Tyson Chandler “didn’t do anything wrong” and should not have been booed — which he wasn’t – in his return.
New York Post Dec 17, 2014
Scapegoating Tyson Chandler exposed as massive Knicks ruse

Scapegoating Tyson Chandler exposed as massive Knicks ruse

If the Knicks were trying to sell us Tyson Chandler was the bad guy on last year’s roster, a reason for their dysfunction and 37-45 season, then it makes you...

Tyson didn't see Knicks struggling like this

NEW YORK –- Tyson Chandler received a warm welcome back from Knicks fans during introductions. And then the big man did what he does best –- throw down backboard-shaking dunks and provide high-energy rebounding and defense. Unfortunately for the Knicks, Chandler does all those things for the Dallas Mavericks now. And Chandler is surprised at how much his former team is struggling thus far this season. “I am,” Chandler said.

Melo: Knicks have to 'believe' we can win

NEW YORK -- Here's how bad things are getting for the New York Knicks: Carmelo Anthony is starting to question whether his team has the confidence to compete on an NBA floor. "We gotta want to win. We gotta believe that we can win basketball games," Anthony said when asked about what has to change for his 5-22 team. "It seems that when we don't get off to a good start and we climb uphill, battle, or if the game is close, we don't have that confidence that we can win the basketball game.
Newsday Dec 16, 2014

Tyson Chandler reminds Knicks fans what their team traded away

Tyson Chandler only wore a Knicks uniform for three years and only went to the playoffs once. Yet, when Chandler was introduced with his Dallas Mavericks teammates before Tuesday night's game at Madison Square Garden, it was hard for Knicks fans not to feel a bit nostalgic for the good old days when they had an intimidating big man.
Newsday Dec 16, 2014

Mavericks dominate as Fisher rips defenseless Knicks

Tyson Chandler was back at Madison Square Garden, bouncing around and playing with the kind of contagious energy his former team has missed. The Knicks didn't have the same passion or urgency, prompting Derek Fisher to pull all of his starters early in the game.

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