Get ready for more trade rumors regarding New York Knicks star forward Carmelo Anthony this off-season. In February, the Knicks reportedly shopped Anthony ahead of the NBA’s trading deadline, but no real talks even came to fruition. The Cleveland Cavaliers, Los Angeles Clippers, and Boston Celtics all had different levels of interest, but with Anthony’sContinue reading “Knicks Reportedly Still Committed Towards Trading Carmelo Anthony”
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Carmelo Anthony Still Not Considering Waiving No-Trade Clause
On February 22nd, 2011 the New York Knicks swung a trade with the Denver Nuggets that sent star forward Carmelo Anthony to the Knicks. Since ‘Melo’s’ arrival in NYC, it’s been a lot of change. The Knicks have won 54 games in 2012-2013, then lost 65 in 2014-2015. Four different head coaches have coached the Knicks inContinue reading “Carmelo Anthony Still Not Considering Waiving No-Trade Clause”
Knicks Fire Head Coach Derek Fisher in His Second Season
The Knicks are 23-31 in 2015-2016, already an improvement from the 17-65 season they saw in 2014-2015, but the Knicks are 1-9 in the last ten games and on a five-game losing streak, which is part of the reason the Knicks have decided to fire head coach Derek Fisher: The Knicks have fired Derek Fisher,Continue reading “Knicks Fire Head Coach Derek Fisher in His Second Season”
Phil Jackson Wanted Goran Dragic at the Trading Deadline
Coming into the 2014-2015 season, Goran Dragic was a member of the Phoenix Suns, expected to have another great year alongside Eric Bledsoe and Isaiah Thomas. Dragic grew unhappy in Phoenix right around the trade deadline, forcing the Suns to trade him with the Miami Heat, New York Knicks, and the Los Angeles Lakers. TheContinue reading “Phil Jackson Wanted Goran Dragic at the Trading Deadline”
Report: Emmanuel Mudiay ‘relieved’ Knicks Passed on Him
Denver Nuggets rookie point guard Emmanuel Mudiay was projected to go by many to the New York Knicks at number four, as Mudiay said he believed Knicks president Phil Jackson could turn him into a start point guard in the NBA. Things may have changed since, as Mudiay was reportedly un-sure if he could beContinue reading “Report: Emmanuel Mudiay ‘relieved’ Knicks Passed on Him”
What Went Wrong With the Knicks in the 2015 Season?
When Knicks fans look back on 2014, they’ll put their hands over their faces. When they look back on 2015, however, there will be a lot of words to be said. They may be words like: “That was the year we did terribly, but then drafted our future star/traded our pick for a star thatContinue reading “What Went Wrong With the Knicks in the 2015 Season?”
Should the Knicks Trade Their First-Round Pick?
When Phil Jackson took office up in the box seats of Madison Square Garden, we all figured that this team would be terrible. We didn’t know how bad, we just knew that there was a big chance that we would get a top-10 draft pick. As the season went along, that theory was proven right.Continue reading “Should the Knicks Trade Their First-Round Pick?”
A Summary of Year One of the Phil Jackson Experience
On March 18, 2014, The New York Knicks formally announced that Phil Jackson had signed on to become their President of Basketball Operations, with full power and control over what the team does; from coaching decisions, to free agency signings, and everything in-between. He was hailed as a “savior.” Just days before, close to 100Continue reading “A Summary of Year One of the Phil Jackson Experience”
Phil Jackson Sends Message to Knicks Season Ticket Holders
New York Knicks president of basketball operations Phil Jackson didn’t picture his first season with the Knicks being dreadful. The Knicks currently sit at 14-60 on the season, on a seven game losing streak, holding the NBA’s worst record this season. Looking at the record, you would think that Carmelo Anthony didn’t sign a five-yearContinue reading “Phil Jackson Sends Message to Knicks Season Ticket Holders”
Knicks’ Melo Played All Year With Tear In Knee
Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony recently shut down his season following the All Star Game due to a left knee injury that has bothered Anthony all year. Further details show he played the majority of his season with a partial tear in the patellar tendon of his left knee. Anthony played in 40 games this seasonContinue reading “Knicks’ Melo Played All Year With Tear In Knee”
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