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Heckling Knicks fan suing team over ejection

In a story that has “frivolous lawsuit” written all over it — on its surface —  a 42-year-old man is suing the New York Knicks over an incident when he was ejected from Madison Square Garden after heckling team superstar Carmelo Anthony, according to a New York Post report. Anthony Rotondi, a former broker for […] The post New York Knicks fan suing team over his ejection...
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15 Player Quotes from Knicks Media Day

  Monday, the New York Knicks held media day at its training facility in Westchester, NY.  The players had an opportunity to catch up with the media and share their outlook on the upcoming season as they adjust to playing for a new coach in Derek Fisher and Phil Jackson’s triangle offense.  Here are a few highlights from yesterday’s media event. Carmelo Anthony on why he re...
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Knicks News: Amar'e Stoudamire 'looks great'

New York Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire is looking to start the final year of his $100 million contract with a clean bill of health. The six time All-Star has had numerous issues with his knees stemming all the way back from his time with the Phoenix Suns. This offseason was different for Stoudemire, as he finished the season healthy and is in search of regaining his...
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You can join Chris Smith’s basketball camp for a cool $150

Chris Smith will be charging 150 bucks per kid New York Knicks fans know all about Chris Smith. Nepotism most likely played a part in Smith making the team last season as his older brother J.R. Smith resigned the previous summer and speculation is that there was a secret handshake deal of sorts. Regardless of what “really” took place, Chris is no longer with the team and trying...
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Carmelo Anthony: ‘I have unfinished business to take care of’

Carmelo Anthony said Monday that he has some “unfinished business” to take care with the New York Knicks. “I kind of forced my way to New York [in 2011] and I have some unfinished business to take care of,” Anthony said during the Knicks’ media day. “I wouldn’t have felt right from a personal standpoint, just getting up and leaving.” “From a basketball standpoint...
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Carmelo Anthony Is The Most Underrated Superstar In NBA Per Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony is the most underrated superstar in the NBA, according to Carmelo Anthony. He told Chris Broussard that on Monday.
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Carmelo: Leaving NY would be hard after I 'forced my way here'

Jim Racalto The New York Knicks held media day on Monday, and as usual, the center of attention was forward Carmelo Anthony, who re-signed with the Knicks this offseason to the tune of five years, $124 million. There are several factors that went into ‘Melo deciding to stay in New York, money obviously being one of them. […] Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists - Sports bloggers...
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Knicks, Shumpert not in negotiation talks

The New York Knicks have planned to not negotiate a contract anytime between now and the October 30th deadline. The news comes as no shocker after the horrid season Shumpert had last season. Coming into that season, a lot was expected of him on both ends of the floor but he failed to live up to the hype. He had his moments in the season but overall, it was a failure in terms of what...
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Sources: Knicks Not Discussing Extension With Shumpert

The New York Knicks and Iman Shumpert's representatives have not had contact about a contract extension, according to sources. The Knicks have about four weeks to start talks with Shumpert, but they are content to to let him become a restricted free agent next summer. The Knicks explored trades for Shumpert in the offseason but could not find equal value for their 2011 first round pick.
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Knicks not negotiating with Shumpert

Iman Shumpert is entering the fourth and final year of his rookie contract. He is eligible to sign a rookie scale extension between now and Oct. 31. According to league sources, the Knicks haven't had any contact with Shumpert or his representatives about a possible extension. New York still has about four weeks to start talks with Shumpert, but the feeling here is that it...
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Phil Jackson, Derek Fisher ready to begin shaping Knicks into a winner

The Knicks opened training camp last year with more questions and concerns than healthy bodies. Part of that stemmed from the sudden dismissal of Glen Grunwald and subsequent hiring of Steve Mills as team president four days before the start of camp. Four days before camp opens this year, new team president Phil Jackson sat between first-time coach Derek Fisher and Mills, now the...
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Knicks News: Starting spots are up for grabs

New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is a lock to start. However, the other four spots are up for grabs, and preseason performance could determine who starts and who sits.Image by Keith Allison, via Wikimedia CommonsCoach Derek Fisher commented on the Knicks' starting lineup:"The only person that I know for sure is going to probably start is No. 7 [Carmelo Anthony]. Everything...
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Two games vs. Cavs top list of Knicks most expensive tickets for 2014-15 season

The New York Knicks had a subpar 2013-14 season after being expected to do big things following a 54 win 2012-13 campaign.  However, the Knicks won only 37 games last season and failed to reach the playoffs.  Since then, President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson has taken over bringing in some new faces like trading Tyson Chandler for Jose Calderon, drafting Cleanthony Early...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jackson thinks Knicks will make playoffs

New York Knicks president Phil Jackson thinks his team is going to playoffs this season. “In what league,” you ask? The NBA. And no, they haven’t expanded the playoffs to 30 teams. According to Ian Begley of, Jackson is serious when stating his beliefs. Someone may want to monitor Jackson on a daily basis to make sure he’s not developing early stages of old man’s...
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2014-15 Season Preview: New York Knicks vs. Central Division

We’re officially 33 days away from New York Knicks basketball! This season, the Knicks get things started with consecutive games against the best teams in the Eastern Conference, who both happen to be play in the in the Central. Even with the absence of Paul George, you can make the argument that the this is the best division in the league, and as the Knicks proved last year, even...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss
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