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  1. Report: Nuggets may have interest in Anthony Randolph from Knicks. Really?

    Jan 25, 2011, 11:30 AM EST

    New York Knicks v Milwaukee Bucks

    Every report that comes out of New York about a possible deal the Denver Nuggets like enough to send Carmelo Anthony to Madison Square Garden is just harder to believe than the last one. I have no doubt that “a person with knowledge of the Nuggets’ thinking” told the respectable Alan Hahn of Newsday this…

  2. If Knicks trade for 2012 pick, they can trade 2011 and 2013

    Jan 18, 2011, 10:43 AM EST

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    Knicks GM Donnie Walsh has said he has a way to get more than one first round draft pick — a not so subtle comment aimed at the Denver Nuggets (who still are working hard with the Nets on a Carmelo Anthony trade and are avoiding the Knicks like they have the Hantavirus). There have…

  3. Report: Anthony Randolph requests trade from Knicks

    Jan 17, 2011, 4:22 PM EST

    New York Knicks v Milwaukee Bucks

    The Knicks have reportedly been shopping Anthony Randolph around, seeking a first-round pick they could use in Carmleo Anthony trade. Of course, it’s looking more and more likely that there will not be a ‘Melo trade for the Knicks as the Nets have become clear front runners (if owner Mikhail Prokhorov can get ‘Melo to…

  4. ‘Melo calls New York the “ultimate dream.” Doesn’t say Brooklyn or Manhattan.

    Jan 14, 2011, 11:15 PM EST

    Miami Heat v Denver Nuggets

    This much has always been clear — Carmelo Anthony wants to play in New York, to come back home to the city he grew up in. He echoed that again to ESPN Friday. “That’s like the ultimate dream at the end of the day,” Anthony said. “Who wouldn’t want to go back home to play?”…

  5. Knicks have deal to move Anthony Randolph for first-round pick

    Jan 13, 2011, 11:03 AM EST

    New York Knicks v Milwaukee Bucks

    As it seems with everything lately, it all comes back to what Carmelo Anthony wants. And nobody seems to really know what he will do. If Anthony tells Denver it is “Knicks or bust” — killing the stalled big trade with the Nets — the Knicks can make a move to get a first round…

  6. Knicks interested in Timberwolves Luke Ridnour, not Telfair

    Dec 30, 2010, 12:19 PM EST

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    A couple of weeks ago a report leaked out that the Knicks and Timberwolves were talking about a trade package to bring Sebastian Telfair to New York to back up Raymond Felton. Well, New York and Minnesota may be talking, but the Knicks are really only interested in Luke Ridnour, not Telfair, according to Alan…

  7. Report: Minnesota making push for O.J. Mayo, Anthony Randolph

    Dec 29, 2010, 3:48 PM EST

    Memphis Grizzlies v Orlando Magic

    For a guy that the owner doesn’t sound like he wants to trade there are certainly a lot of teams asking about getting O.J. Mayo out of Memphis. The latest rumor is that the Minnesota Timberwolves are going to push to get Mayo, according to Ken Berger of CBS Sports.com. The Wolves actually drafted Mayo…

  8. Knicks, Rockets talking swap for Anthony Randolph, first-rounder

    Dec 11, 2010, 2:30 PM EST

    New York Knicks v Milwaukee Bucks

    So the Knicks could be getting back their first round pick which they traded to Houston for Tracy McGrady in order to get more cap space to try and sign LeBron James/Dwyane Wade/Chris Bosh. Instead they signed Amar’e Stoudemire and traded David Lee to Golden State (sign-and-trade) for Anthony Randolph, Ronny Turiaf, and Kelenna Azubuike.…

  9. Knicks doing due diligence, inquire about Steve Nash

    Nov 14, 2010, 12:15 PM EST

    Denver Nuggets v Phoenix Suns

    It’s pretty predictable, really. Steve Nash’s best days were with Amar’e Stoudemire and Mike D’Antoni. Raymond Felton is a good point guard, but he’s not Steve Nash. Steve Nash may or may not be on the block if the Suns slip out of playoff contention. So the Knicks are getting in line good and early.…

  10. Randolph out, Mozgov questionable for Knicks opener

    Oct 26, 2010, 5:49 PM EST

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    It’s just not a good day for the Knicks. The latest news is that Anthony Randolph will not be coming off the bench for them opening night (Wednesday) after spraining an ankle, and that starting center Timofey Mozgov is questionable after injuring his hip in practice. (Both notes via the twitter account of Howard Beck…

  11. Dunktastic: Jrue Holiday over Anthony Randolph

    Oct 21, 2010, 1:34 PM EST

    Jrue Holiday is quick with the ball. The Knicks Anthony Randolph can be a bit slow on defensive recognition and rotations. Combine those two and you have a dunk that Randolph will be reminded of for a while, preseason game or not. Oh, and don’t sleep on Holiday people, he can flat out ball. (Man…

  12. D’Antoni calls Anthony Randolph a “stat magnet”

    Oct 14, 2010, 6:48 PM EST

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    Courtesy of Newsday, here’s what New York Knicks coach had to say recently about 21-year old forward Anthony Randolph, whom the Knicks acquired in the sign-and-trade deal that sent David Lee to the Warriors and D’Antoni referred to as a “future stat magnet”: “He should go on the floor and have three blocks, five rebounds,…

  13. Who really deserves to start on the Knicks front line? Stoudemire, for sure. Randolph, no.

    Oct 13, 2010, 1:37 PM EST

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    Anthony Randolph was the Knicks big get in the David Lee trade — a 6’10” guy who can run the floor and play anywhere from the three to the five. A guy whose athleticism was bottled up by Don Nelson but was to be unleashed by Mike D’Antoni. He was going to explode past his…

  14. The Knicks bench could win them some games. No, I mean it.

    Sep 13, 2010, 7:20 PM EST

    While you were busy talking about how the Knicks missed out on LeBron and Wade but got that Amare guy and he’s not that bad, you missed something. Donnie Walsh put together a pretty deep team. Not deep with name guys in the Lakers sense, but similar in one way — deep with guys who…

  15. PBT Season Preview: The New York Knicks

    Sep 13, 2010, 12:07 PM EST

    Today starts PBT’s run through every team in the NBA, looking at the changes and upcoming season. Every weekday from now through the start of the season a new team will be the focus. We start with the Knicks and will spend this week in the Atlantic Division. Last season: An uninspiring 29-53 record that…

  16. Knicks to start tall lineup, maybe with Ronny Turiaf at center

    Aug 31, 2010, 1:57 PM EST

    What do we really know about the Knicks starting lineup? Raymond Felton at the one, Amare Stoudemire at the four and… well, this is why Mike D’Antoni gets paid the big bucks. There is a lot more talent on the Knicks roster, and a lot more versatile talent this season, which gives D’Antoni options. Alan…

  17. Knicks lining up extra-long cheese starting five

    Aug 28, 2010, 6:30 PM EST

    The Knicks didn’t wind up with the super team they were hoping for, but they definitely had a significant makeover. They’re looking at new starters at multiple positions. And if the report today out of the New York Post winds up the case, they could be sporting four new players in the starting five, making for…

  18. Mike D'Antoni on Anthony Randolph's role with the new Knicks

    Jul 17, 2010, 6:40 PM EST

    When the Knicks acquired Anthony Randolph in a sign-and-trade for David Lee, there was a lot of discussion about how he’d fit into D’Antoni’s system. Randolph has been the subject of a million discussions about the possibility of running point forward, and when he was moved to D’Antoni’s club those discussions exploded. Randolph carries with…

  19. Mike D'Antoni thinks the Knicks can make the playoffs. He's right.

    Jul 14, 2010, 2:43 PM EST

    Hey New Yorkers: Right now is when you can start judging Mike D’Antoni. The last two years don’t count. Those were the climbing out of the hole years. The paying for the sins of your father years. David Lee was nice, the rest of the roster needed help. None of the pieces were there to…

  20. Golden State down to two bidders for franchise, ownership change can't happen soon enough

    Jul 12, 2010, 11:15 AM EST

    Anthony Morrow is being allowed to walk to New Jersey. Anthony Randolph will not be back next year, shipped out as part of a deal for the much more expensive David Lee (who had said he was excited by playing with Morrow, sorry man). It’s hard to understand exactly what the grand plan is of…

  21. David Lee headed to Golden State in sign-and-trade deal

    Jul 9, 2010, 2:09 AM EST

    David Lee is crossing country for some big checks, he has been traded to Golden State David Lee is going to Golden State — and that is good for him in that he will get paid. He agreed to a sign-and-trade deal that nets him $80 million over six years, shipping him to Golden State…

  22. Knicks, Warriors close to an Anthony Randolph, David Lee swap

    Jul 7, 2010, 10:53 PM EST

    There were questions about how David Lee fit into the seven-seconds-or-less New York Knicks offense last season. So now he could end up with Golden State — one of the few teams to play even faster. The Knicks and Warriors are close to a deal that would sign-and-trade David Lee to the West coast and…

  23. Count the Warriors among those looking to nab David Lee

    Jul 5, 2010, 12:30 PM EST

    The jury’s still out on exactly what kind of salary David Lee can command this off-season. Yet with Rudy Gay and Joe Johnson topping out on their earning potential, it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to see some team give Lee a max deal. Hooray for the Summer of 2010, where basketball paupers…

  24. Don Nelson chooses Maui over Las Vegas

    Jun 28, 2010, 1:58 PM EST

    At one point last season, Warriors coach Don Nelson publicly said he might coach the team’s Summer League entry in Las Vegas. But when the league starts in two weeks, Nelson will be in Maui, according to the Oakland Tribune. Assistant coach Keith Smart will run the show. The main reason for no Nelson? No…

  25. Looking for an athletic big man? Talk to Golden State, they have a plethora

    Jun 25, 2010, 12:50 PM EST

    The Warriors made the right pick — Ekpe Udoh was the best player available at No. 6. He is long and athletic and likes to block shots into the third row. And he’s now part of one very crowded, very young and very athletic frontcourt. Look at the lineup: at the four you’ve got Anthony…

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