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  1. Pro Basketball Crosstalk: Of market size and parity

    Sep 16, 2010, 3:28 PM EDT

    Let’s face it: there are some topics in basketball that are best tackled by having two writers talk past each other at gradually increasing volumes. We’re not making any progress unless we’re yelling our way through the real issues, and that’s precisely what John Krolik and I hope to accomplish in Pro Basketball Crosstalk. In…

  2. Rudy Fernandez says its time to get back to work. Doesn't say where.

    Sep 15, 2010, 1:44 PM EDT

    Rudy Fernandez played well for Spain at the World Championships — 15.5 points per game on 62 percent shooting, 42 percent shooting from three — but it was still disappointing. Spain went in a co-favorite and left without any medal. You can debate amongst yourself how much of the blame for that falls to Fernandez,…

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

    Sep 13, 2010, 7:20 PM EDT

    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…

  4. PBT Season Preview: The New York Knicks

    Sep 13, 2010, 12:07 PM EDT

    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…

  5. A look back at a goofier, meaner Knicks

    Sep 12, 2010, 1:00 PM EDT

    NBA Tumblr Fat Shawn Kemp posted this video this morning, and as it harkens back to the days of the NBA on NBC, features a truly vicious Knicks team in a completely goofy way, and Danny Aiello, I thought it might bring some joy to you heart. After all, how much would you give to…

  6. Lou Amundson still sits unsigned, with Earl Barron waiting behind him

    Sep 7, 2010, 9:36 PM EDT

    Remember three weeks ago when Lou Amundson was going to sign with a team in just a few days? Yup, that’s moving about as fast as Los Angeles traffic. The Hornets are the frontrunners, according to Alan Hahn at Newsday, although the Pacers and Warriors may still be in the mix. Other teams also may…

  7. Kelenna Azubuike's people say he'll be ready for the Knicks season opener

    Sep 7, 2010, 6:43 PM EDT

    After he missed 73 games last season and Summer League, pardon us if we take the latest Kelenna Azubuike report with a grain of salt. According to Hoopsworld’s Alex Kennedy (via twitter) Azubuike’s camp think he’ll be ready for the season opener. Training camp, not so much. This isn’t much different than we heard from…

  8. Nate McMillan has plans for Rudy Fernandez in his training camp. What trade demand?

    Sep 7, 2010, 11:39 AM EDT

    Very vague trade speculation continue to float around Rudy Fernandez. The Bulls have some interest. The Knicks have some interest but they and Portland are not talking.  Nothing seems to be moving on that front. Basically, despite Rudy Fernandez throwing a tantrum and threats of a holdout by his agent, he is still a Trail…

  9. Knicks signee Timofey Mozgov shows off his potential in Turkey

    Sep 6, 2010, 9:11 AM EDT

    The description from scouts when the Knicks signed Russian Timofey Mozgov was “potential.” He has shown a little more than that as part of a pretty good Russian team at the World Championships, giving Knicks fans another reason for hope. He is averaging 11.8 points per game on 65 percent shooting, and he dropped 18…

  10. Isiah Thomas defends LeBron's right to choose, but says he should have chosen New York

    Sep 5, 2010, 10:13 AM EDT

    Like all of New York it seems, Isiah Thomas has been hanging out in Queens the last week or so. The US Open is in town and Roger Federer is putting on a show. (So did Andy Roddick, but that’s another story all together.) NBA writer Marc Berman of the New York Post approached Thomas…

  11. Knicks still have interest in Rudy Fernandez, Blazers have little interest in Knicks

    Sep 3, 2010, 8:42 AM EDT

    Note to agents: Public pressure isn’t going to work on Rich Cho. Rudy Fernandez wants out of Portland, and both he and his agent Andy Miller made it very clear and very public that was the case. That started before but picked up steam after Cho was brought in to make the basketball decisions in…

  12. Toney Douglas among Knicks who are dreaming playoffs

    Sep 2, 2010, 10:25 AM EDT

    The playoffs are a dream for the Knicks — they have been only once in the last nine years and that was a sweep at the hands of the Nets. But now Knicks players — and Knicks fans — think they could be living the dream this season. Just ask soon to be second year…

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

    Aug 31, 2010, 1:57 PM EDT

    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…

  14. Knicks lining up extra-long cheese starting five

    Aug 28, 2010, 6:30 PM EDT

    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…

  15. Ujiri will meet with Melo to try and soothe the waters

    Aug 28, 2010, 11:30 AM EDT

    Masai Ujiri and Dell Demps should get together and have a beer when the Nuggets and Hornets meet next season, because they’ve both been initiated into fire. Demps had to meet with Chris Paul within days of being hired by the Hornets, to try and convince him to chill out on his trade demands. Now…

  16. Knicks sign Patrick Ewing Jr., he gets shot at last roster spot

    Aug 27, 2010, 3:27 PM EDT

    Two years ago, Patrick Ewing Jr. almost made the New York Knicks. The final roster decision came down to keeping him and buying out Stephon Marbury, or keeping Starbury around. Well, there wasn’t enough drama around the Knicks, so they went Starbury. Now Ewing gets another chance — the Knicks have signed him to a…

  17. Kelenna Azubuike may miss the start of training camp

    Aug 27, 2010, 10:00 AM EDT

    Though July’s trade between the Knicks and Warriors can be easily portrayed as a Lee-for-Randolph swap, New York’s other two acquisitions in that deal deserve more than a footnote. Ronny Turiaf is more than serviceable as a shot-blocker and post defender, and could very well be the Knicks’ back-up 5 this season. Kelenna Azubuike is…

  18. Apparently Camelo Anthony doesn't want a title, just wants out

    Aug 27, 2010, 9:02 AM EDT

    The trading of Carmelo Anthony before the start of the season has gone from “if” to “where and for whom” if we are to believe the latest reports. And we do, as all signs point that way and have for a while. But from the list of possible trading partners out there — both the…

  19. Earl Barron is likely a Knick no more, but waiting for NBA chance

    Aug 27, 2010, 8:00 AM EDT

    Earl Barron, the seven-foot center originally out of the University of Memphis, was called up to the New York Knicks from the D-League’s Iowa Energy late last season. Barron only played in seven games for the Knicks, but he made them memorable; Barron scored in double-digits five times, grabbed 10+ rebounds four times, and put…

  20. Knicks sign second round pick Landry Fields

    Aug 26, 2010, 2:57 PM EDT

    Landry Fields, the second round pick of the New York Knicks, has inked a contract with the team. If you can believe Landry Fields himself (and his twitter account). Fields is a second round pick of the Knicks, but his contract is guaranteed for $500,000 for the first season (according to Newsday) so he’ll make…

  21. Eddy Curry disappointing Knicks this summer. Shocking.

    Aug 26, 2010, 8:47 AM EDT

    Amar’e Stoudemire and Danilo Gallinari have been at the Knicks training facility this summer, putting in the work for next season. So has Anthony Randolph. Heck, even David Lee has been their working out after his finger injury with team USA — and he’s not even a Knick anymore. Eddy Curry? Crickets. So far this…

  22. Today's Carmelo Anthony speculation: It's all about the exciseman

    Aug 25, 2010, 12:57 PM EDT

    It appears that if Carmelo Anthony leaves Denver his preferred destinations are Houston and New York. Which baffles New Yorkers. How could any sane human being choose any city over New York, let alone one in Texas? Doesn’t Anthony realize that all the best restaurants, the best shops, the best people are in New York?…

  23. Where could Allen Iverson land?

    Aug 23, 2010, 8:04 AM EDT

    Rumors leaked out this week that Allen Iverson could play next season in New Orleans or Orlando. And as quick as those rumors started, officials from those teams shot them down. Iverson scares NBA teams because last season he showed he was not ready to accept a non-key role, even though that’s what his game…

  24. Amar'e Stoudemire has officially gone Big Apple

    Aug 21, 2010, 1:02 PM EDT

    Amar’e Stoudemire fits in New York. His personality, his confidence in his game, his global awareness, his style, the whole package, it just vibes with New York City and he provides them with the kind of star they’ve been looking for the past decade. In July, he put his name on the dotted line. Today…

  25. Hey everybody, let's blow what Carmelo Anthony's wife said out of proportion!

    Aug 20, 2010, 10:30 PM EDT

    Possibility. That is a vague word. There is a possibility that I will meet Jessica Alba and she will throw herself at me. A very, very, very slim possibility, but it is there. If that were to happen, there is a possibility that my wife would be insanely angry. A very, very high possibility, one…

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