8:42 AM EDT, Thu March 30, 2017
New York Post

Kristaps Porzingis as No. 1 option: An ugly work in progress

SAN ANTONIO – Kristaps Porzingis was disappointed but hardly deterred after failing to elevate his game after being elevated to the Knicks’ featured guy Thursday in Portland. Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose rested minor injuries, leaving Porzingis as the No. 1 option all night. The 7-foot-3 Latvian sounded eager for another chance after an 8-of-21 shooting...

New York Post

How Derrick Rose’s free-agent priorities have shifted

PORTLAND – All the way back two years ago, on Media Day 2015, Derrick Rose said he was already anticipating his first NBA free agency in 2017, noting the league’s rising contracts and salary cap. For a player coming off a slew of knee injuries, the remark wasn’t taken well in Chicago. Now Rose is...

New York Post

Why Charles Barkley’s not giving up on Phil Jackson

Charles Barkley isn’t ready to give up on Phil Jackson’s ability to be a success as the Knicks team president, saying this season was doomed by injuries to Joakim Noah and a lackluster year by Derrick Rose. “Has he done a good job? No,” Barkley said about Jackson during a press conference in Manhattan on...

Knicks drop another heartbreaker, Carmelo misses game winner

Jeff Hornacek, Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose try to explain another heartbreaking last-second loss for the New York Knicks, as they fell to the Toronto Raptors, 92-91 at Madison Square Garden on Monday night.

Jeff Hornacek and Derrick Rose talk New York Knicks trade rumors

New York Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek and point guard Derrick Rose discuss the trade rumors surrounding the team as the NBA trade deadline looms.

Struggling New York Knicks beat Celtics in Boston, 117-106

Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony, and Jeff Hornacek discuss an upset win for the New York Knicks, as they beat the Boston Celtics 117-106.