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Blake Griffin drops hints: Could LeBron wind up a Knick?

Blake Griffin drops hints: Could LeBron wind up a Knick?

From Kyrie Irving listing New York in his out-of-the-blue trade request to Carmelo Anthony winning his stand-off with Phil Jackson, the last couple months arguably have provided the most excitement Knicks fans have had in years. Still, the greatest offseason drama might be a year away. Next summer, LeBron James can become a free agent...
Newsday Aug 19, 2017

Allan Houston sees Knicks regaining an identity

The most popular jersey among more than 100 kids in the Mack Sports Complex on Friday at Hofstra Summer Camps was Carmelo Anthony's No. 7, in Knicks blue and orange. But when the camp's guest speaker, former Knicks star and current assistant general manager Allan Houston, was asked if that's the jersey Anthony will be wearing for the upcoming season, the two-time All-Star shooting guard wouldn't take the open shot.
Marc Berman / New York Post Aug 19, 2017
Joakim Noah breaks silence with fiery vows, Phil Jackson regret

Joakim Noah breaks silence with fiery vows, Phil Jackson regret

Joakim Noah has a ton of regrets from last season, and one of them is his awful campaign may have played a role in costing Phil Jackson his job. In his first comments since the season ended, Noah also admitted he “lost my confidence’’ and “wasn’t moving right.” He said his drug suspension “hurt a...
New York Post Aug 18, 2017
Tim Hardaway’s second Knicks act excites one team exec

Tim Hardaway’s second Knicks act excites one team exec

Allan Houston is excited to see what Tim Hardaway Jr. can do during his first year of his big contract with the Knicks. Houston, the Knicks’ assistant general manager and a former guard who played for the team, was at Hofstra University on Friday working with his youth program, FISLL, which stands for faith, integrity,...
Marc Berman / New York Post Aug 18, 2017
‘Walking bucket’ Beasley is tired of not getting enough respect

‘Walking bucket’ Beasley is tired of not getting enough respect

Michael Beasley is hardly lacking bragadoccio these days. He calls himself “a walking bucket’’ and thinks he’ll score a lot of them at Madison Square Garden because he’s “always done well with pressure.’’ Beasley, a 6-foot-9 forward, signed with the Knicks on a one-year deal last week for the veteran’s minimum, possibly as Carmelo Anthony’s...
CBS New York Aug 18, 2017
Schmeelk: A Way-Too-Early Look At The 2017-18 Knicks

Schmeelk: A Way-Too-Early Look At The 2017-18 Knicks

While it has been a big summer of change for the Knicks' front office, the team will return many of the same players it had last season.
New York Post Aug 17, 2017
Nigel Hayes agrees to Knicks deal after calling New York ‘dirty’

Nigel Hayes agrees to Knicks deal after calling New York ‘dirty’

Apparently, Nigel Hayes will have to learn to live with it — the dirty city, that is. The former Wisconsin standout has agreed to a partially guaranteed deal with the Knicks, according to
New York Post Aug 16, 2017
Kevin Durant disses Knicks, NYC hoops while in town

Kevin Durant disses Knicks, NYC hoops while in town

Kevin Durant is probably going to get booed at Madison Square Garden next season. Sure, that probably happens any time the most recent NBA Finals MVP shows up at the Garden in a visiting uniform. But Durant likely earned some extra vitriol from Knicks fans from a video posted Wednesday on his personal website and...
New York Daily News Aug 16, 2017
Warriors' Kevin Durant says he’ll ‘never’ play for the Knicks

Warriors' Kevin Durant says he’ll ‘never’ play for the Knicks

Not that it was a part of the plans anymore, but the Knicks may want to scrap any ideas of recruiting Kevin Durant -- now and forever.
CBS New York Aug 16, 2017
Schmeelk: Knicks’ Front Office Moves Are Encouraging

Schmeelk: Knicks’ Front Office Moves Are Encouraging

Last week, the Knicks announced a number of front-office additions, many of which have connections to Perry in some way, shape or form.
New York Post Aug 16, 2017
The Knicks aren’t taking the Kyrie Irving bait

The Knicks aren’t taking the Kyrie Irving bait

An old-school NBA rule of thumb claimed never trade big for small. And the Knicks are maintaining that philosophy concerning any proposed deal of coveted young big Kristaps Porzingis for Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving. There simply does not exist any proposal in which the Knicks would deal the just-turned-22-year-old Porzingis for Irving, according to a league...
The Republican Aug 16, 2017
Kyrie Irving trade rumors 2017: Kristaps Porzingis off limits in potential Knicks trade with Cavaliers (report)

Kyrie Irving trade rumors 2017: Kristaps Porzingis off limits in potential Knicks trade with Cavaliers (report)

The New York Knicks are not interested in dealing star forward Kristaps Porzingis in any trade for Cleveland Cavaliers all-star point guard Kyrie Irving, according to a report from Newsday.
CBS New York Aug 16, 2017
Report: Malik Monk Thought He Was Going To Be Drafted By Knicks

Report: Malik Monk Thought He Was Going To Be Drafted By Knicks

The Charlotte Hornets guard was surprised when the Knicks selected Frank Ntilikina instead of him.
New York Daily News Aug 16, 2017
If Cavs call about Porzingis, Knicks need to hang up the phone

If Cavs call about Porzingis, Knicks need to hang up the phone

If or when the Cavaliers call about Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks should respond with an oldie.
Make-or-break season for Knicks coach with David Blatt looming

Make-or-break season for Knicks coach with David Blatt looming

It’s been a rough week for Jeff Hornacek, starting with David Blatt declaring his desire to eventually return to the NBA.

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  • Kristaps Porzingis

    Kristaps Porzingis

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  • Ron Baker

    Ron Baker

    The Knicks wrestled with the salary cap in order to officially sign Ron Baker, Damyean Dotson

  • Joakim Noah

    Joakim Noah

    Joakim Noah doesn't blame ousted Phil Jackson for Knicks' catastrophe last season

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