Knicks: Carmelo Anthony Rethinking Olympics

New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is rethinking his commitment to playing in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Throughout the 2015-16 NBA regular season, Carmelo Anthony adamantly maintained that he’ll represent the United State of America at upcoming Olympics. History is on the line for Anthony, which made his commitment understandable, despite the New York Knicks’ […] Knicks:...
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2 hours ago

Knicks: Luke Walton Spurns Phil Jackson For Lakers

Luke Walton is no longer in the running for the New York Knicks’ head coaching vacancy. He spurned Phil Jackson for the Los Angeles Lakers. Despite both sides denying interaction, a rumor has long persisted that Phil Jackson will target Luke Walton to become the next head coach of the New York Knicks. Walton broke out […] Knicks: Luke Walton Spurns Phil Jackson For Lakers -...
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3 hours ago

Can New York Knicks President Phil Jackson deliver this offseason?

This is the first offseason since 2011-2012 where New York Knicks fans feel like their team can make a couple of quality moves to put them back into playoff contention. It was a known fact that after the surprisingly successful 2012-2013 campaign where the Knicks ended up with a 54-28 record and a second place finish in the Eastern Conference, the Knicks needed a rebuild.  They...
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Carmelo Anthony: It would be ‘a problem’ if Knicks coaching search is not extensive

There are further indications that the New York Knicks’ offseason is not quite going the way Carmelo Anthony would like. Anthony spoke to Frank Isola on SiriusXM Radio on Thursday, and admitted that it would be “a problem” if the Knicks weren’t looking for all the qualified candidates they could find for their coaching position. “I’ve said this and I’ll continue to...
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WATCH: 1-on-1 with UFC's Light Heavyweight Champ Daniel Cormier: "I Think Porzingis is a Star"

In a special interview,'s Jonah Ballow goes 1-on-1 with UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier. The decorated combat athlete shares his appreciation for Kristaps Porzingis and is optimistic about the Knicks future.
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AP Source: Knicks interview Blatt for coaching job

NEW YORK (AP) A person with knowledge of the details says the New York Knicks have interviewed former Cleveland coach David Blatt for their head coaching position. Knicks President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson met with Blatt this week, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because details of the coaching search are private. Blatt's interview...
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Gillette Clinical Clear Gel & Carmelo Anthony Help New Yorkers Defend Against Sweat at the Gillette Pressure Chamber

On April 28th in the heart of Grand Central’s Vanderbilt Hall, Gillette Clinical Clear Gel antiperspirant/deodorant and basketball superstar Carmelo Anthony will unveil the Gillette Pressure Chamber, where commuters, tourists, and local New Yorkers alike will have the unique opportunity to participate in an on-the-spot polygraph test. Conducted by renowned polygraph expert Daniel...
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Report: Knicks spoke with Blatt, but Rambis still frontrunner

Despite their meeting with David Blatt, Kurt Rambis reportedly remains the clear frontrunner to be the next coach of the New York Knicks. According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, “nothing has changed” with regards to Rambis being the frontrunner, and Knicks president Phil Jackson met with Rambis’s agents on Tuesday night. Berman cautions, however, that Jackson and Rambis...
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Kristaps Porzingis short ‘Porzingod’ gives Knicks fans hope (vid)

Last week, it was learned that a comedy short about New York Knicks rookie sensation Kristaps Porznigis was slated to premiere at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend. Starring Adam Mucci and John Leguizamo, the short film, “Porzingod,” is the creation of brothers Tyler and Conor Byrne, New York City natives and self-professed Knicks fans. It depicts that budding...
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90’s New York Knicks Illustration

The 90’s New York Knicks squad featuring Derek Harper, Charles Oakley, John Starks, Anthony Mason and Patrick Ewing was the meanest, coolest team you hated or loved back in the day. Illustrated by artist Min-suk Kim from South Korea. The post 90’s New York Knicks Illustration appeared first on Hooped Up.
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Report: Kurt Rambis only candidate for Knicks job

The New York Knicks’ search for a head coach was reportedly over before it began. According to NBA analyst Peter Vecsey, former Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt is not being considered for the job. In fact, Vecsey reports that no one outside of interim coach Kurt Rambis is an actual candidate. David Blatt isn't being considered 4 Knicks opening. Never was, I'm told. Strictly...
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Report: Knicks have eye on Darren Collison, interested in trade

The New York Knicks and team president Phil Jackson are going to have to get rather creative to upgrade what is currently a substandard roster that saw the team win just 32 games this past regular season. Without a ton of assets to trade for proven players and lacking the cap room to sign elite-level free agents, it’s going to be a difficult situation for the downtrodden franchise...
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WATCH: Speed Drills with Jose Calderon: Pig Farm, Best Singer, Number of Techs, and More!'s Jonah Ballow with Jose Calderon in Speed Drills presented by Dunkin Donuts. We find out about Jose's pig farm, who the best singer on the team is, and how many techs the Spaniard has in this episode.
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Report: Carmelo absent from Phil Jackson’s triangle meeting

Carmelo Anthony has had plenty of things to say about the New York Knicks and his future with the team of late but the superstar forward was curiously a no-show at team president Phil Jackson’s triangle workshop earlier this week, conflicting with earlier reports concerning his presence. Ten Knicks players opted to attend the meeting — including some veterans — says a source...
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WATCH: Speed Drills with Lance Thomas: Flying to Space, Best Sports Rivalry, Cartoons, and More!'s Jonah Ballow with Lance Thomas on a new episode of Speed Drills. Thomas talks about flying to space, favorite cartoons, and the best rivalry in sports.
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New York Knicks: Scouting the playoffs

Just because there are no more games left on the calendar for the New York Knicks does not mean there is no more work to be done. The front office, charged by team president Phil Jackson, will have a lot of sorting out to do this summer, and that starts with evaluating talent. The Knicks only have nine players on the books for next season, and two of them—Arron Afflalo and Derrick...
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Comedic short about Kristaps Porzingis to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

Considering how New York Knicks fans lustily booed when the team drafted Kristaps Porzingis with the fourth-overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, the way in which the team’s passionate backers reversed course entirely and viewed the 20-year-old Latvian as a potential “savior” has been nothing short of a “revelation.” With that in mind, perhaps it’s hardly surprising...
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Phil Jackson blasts media reports on coaching search

Phil Jackson put the media on blast Monday morning in regards to his potential coaching search with the New York Knicks. Press accounts of coaching actions are untrue. Nobody has been asked nobody said no. — Phil Jackson (@PhilJackson11) April 18, 2016 The line “Nobody has been asked nobody said no” must be in direct response to the rumor that Jackson interviewed Golden...
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New York Knicks: 3 takeaways at the end of the year

The New York Knicks, after starting the year 22-22, ended the season 32-50. After the 44 game mark, the Knicks dropped their next 10 out of 11 games. Head coach Derek Fisher was subsequently fired, and interim coach Kurt Rambis went 9-19. The lone bright spot was rookie Kristaps Porzingis, who showed his game is much more development than everyone originally thought. In 28 minutes...
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Report: New York Knicks to interview Mark Jackson

Former New York Knicks point guard and current ESPN analyst Mark Jackson has reportedly been contacted by team president Phil Jackson to talk about the head coaching position. SNY’s Tommy Dee reports that Phil reached out to Mark and plans on interviewing him in the near future. Dee reports that one option is keeping Kurt Rambis as coach, but Phil Jackson wants to look at all...
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