All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘New York Knicks’

Gabrielle Union Videobombs Hubby Dwayne Wade’s Post-Game Fox Sports Interview — It’s Adorable

Gabrielle Union didn’t miss a beat when she decided to videobomb hubby Dwayne Wade‘s post-game interview on Sunday with her own analysis of her husband’s performance. Following the Miami Heat’s game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, Union popped in on Wade’s interview with Fox Sports. Wade was busy updating the reporter on how he …

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Carmelo Anthony Caught Between Los Angeles Lakers And New York Knicks

Carmelo Anthony has had a lot of sweet deals from a lot of teams. But now the player has a choice to make: go to Los Angeles or stay in New York. However, it’s not Anthony sweating over the stakes, but the owners and coaches of the teams who are waiting desperately for an answer. Yahoo Sports reported that the …

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Carmelo Anthony: Will He Leave New York?

Carmelo Anthony decided to use the opt-out clause in his contract with the New York Knicks. A league source said that Anthony will be a free agent starting on July 1. The source revealed the news in anonymity, as he is not authorized to talk about the situation. New York Knicks President Phil Jackson said that he asked Anthony to …

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New York Knicks: Will Carmelo Anthony Stay Put?

If you’re a New York Knicks’ fan then you certainly know about heartache, that’s one thing for sure. And another thing you probably know is that very few things have made sense with the organization, in regards to some of the bad trades they’ve made, and some of the coaches they’ve selected throughout the years, because let’s face it, getting …

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New York Knicks’ Coach Says He Has Nothing To Prove

Now that Phil Jackson has accepted the job as president of the New York Knicks, some fans believe it’s the only thing the team needed to start being successful, because the Knick front office has been the biggest problem for the organization, not so much the players, despite the lackluster performance the team has given all season. For some reason …

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Phil Jackson Very Likely To Join the Knicks

Phil Jackson can’t seem to shake the allure of the game. It just calls him right back, and oh, no… now he’s with the Knicks. Staying true to his word on being done with coaching, New York Times reports that anonymous sources have announced that Jackson has agreed to a presidency position in an attempt to straighten up the troubled …

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Phil Jackson Reportedly Headed Back to the Knicks

Phil Jackson left the NBA in 2011. Since that time numerous teams have tried to entice the 11-time coaching champion out of his retirement home in Montana and back to the game of basketball. Now, it appears that the New York Knicks have succeeded in netting the 68-year-old. Several reports are circulating that the Knicks and Jackson have reached a …

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Phil Jackson Seriously Considering Offer To Join New York Knicks’ Front Office

An important league source reports that former Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson is close to accepting an important position at the New York Knicks’ front office. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith says that the exact job title remains unclear, but that it would entail “more than just consulting” responsibilities. The addition of the Hall of Fame …

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Joakim Noah’s Performance Helps The Bulls Dominate The NY Knicks

On a team that has had its ups and downs over the course of the 2013-2014 season, Joakim Noah continues to deliver with big time performances. The New York Knicks have now lost now lost six games in a row after being crushed by the Bulls. As a center for the Chicago Bulls, he was elected to the 2014 NBA …

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Jimmer Fredette Close to Becoming Free Agent

According to NBA sources, Jimmer Fredette and the Sacramento Kings are close to finalizing a buyout agreement on Fredette’s contract. Once the buyout is finalized, Fredette still needs to clear NBA waivers. If that happens, though, he’ll soon be a free agent. Despite his outstanding college basketball career at Brigham Young University and being the 10th overall pick in the …

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Raymond Felton, New York Knick, Gets Two Gun Charges

If the New York Knicks were smart they’d cancel the rest of the season this year and focus on coming back better next season. And the only way they’ll be better is if they completely gut the whole team–aside from Carmello Anthony of course–and totally start anew. The first person they should get rid of is point guard Raymond Felton, …

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New York Knicks Set To Add Two Free Agents To Roster

It is no surprise that the New York Knicks are shaking up the roster as they go through yet another disappointing season. They recently waived two players, and are working on acquiring two more to replace them. In the past few days, the Knicks have waived Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih, two players who have not done much for …

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Tracy McGrady May Attempt Baseball Career

It looks like Tracy McGrady may be considering a career in baseball after retiring from the NBA last year. ESPN commentator Jeff Van Gundy set off a swirl of rumors during a telecast of Friday night’s game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Oklahoma City Thunder. “I think he’s going to play independent league baseball as a pitcher this year,” …

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Carmelo Anthony Scores 35 After 62-Point Game

It was East versus West in Madison Square Garden yesterday, when the New York Knicks faced the Los Angeles Lakers. Carmello Anthony had a total of 35 points, which was a far cry from his 62-point game this past Friday, but it was still good enough to secure a victory over the Lakers 110-103. Although most would probably assume that …

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Did J.R. Smith Really Learn A Lesson After Being Benched?

It’s no secret that New York Knicks’ shooting guard J.R. Smith has quite the reputation. The man has a list of run-ins with the law, in addition to a long lineage of suspensions, league fines, and backlash from the media due to his prolific antics. However, his latest suspension may have denoted a change toward a more positive direction. If his performance …

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J.R. Smith Helps Lead Knicks To Victory After Suspension

Throughout his career, J.R. Smith has been known as one of the most problematic players in the league. His on and off-the-court incidents are catching up to him again, and most recently, he was fined $50,000 for attempting to untie the shoelaces of multiple opponents. After returning from his suspension, J.R. Smith had an excellent performance against the Philadelphia 76ers. …

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Rajon Rondo Could Be Joining The Knicks

After the Boston Celtics continue to struggle, and continue to work on rebuilding the team, it looks like Rajon Rondo may be switching teams after this season. Rondo has been injured for part of the season, preventing him from contributing to the team and having a presence as the star player that he is. Both the Celtics and the Knicks, …

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Kristen Wiig and Fabrizio Moretti Back Together?

Kristen Wiig may not be on the dating market after all. The Saturday Night Live alum was reportedly seen with her ex-boyfriend, The Strokes drummer, Fabrizio Moretti, last Sunday sitting court side at a New York Knicks basketball game. The couple reportedly broke up in July under what Wiig’s friends called “amicable” circumstances. The Bridemaids star told Marie Claire magazine …

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Ex-NBA Player Banned After Choking Incident

Renaldo Balkman, a former player for the NBA‘s New York Knicks and Denver Nuggets, has been banned from the Philippine Basketball Association following an on-court incident. According to a Reuters report, Balkman placed his hands around his teammate Arwind Santos’ neck as Santos tried to restrain Balkman’s anger over a disputed call. In addition to the lifetime ban, the report …

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Jeremy Lin May Not Re-Sign with the New York Knicks

Jeremy Lin, the guy who brought “Linsanity” to the New York Knicks, is a restricted free agent this summer, which means that he can pretty much sign with whoever he wants. Assuming, of course, that they want him, as well. The Knicks will have an opportunity match any offers, which I’m sure they will given Lin’s talent and popularity. And …

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Mike D’antoni Resigns As New York Knicks Coach

A little less than a month ago, Jeremy Lin was taking New York City–and the world–by storm, bringing Linsanity to the people. The trend was so popular, as was the Knicks’ minor winning streak, some speculated Lin’s play was in the process of saving head coach Mike D’antoni’s job. Fast forward to March, and, well, things are different. Reports are …

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Jeremy Lin Gets a Strain of Weed Named After Him

My favorite rapper, Rick Ross, instagrammed a photo of new “Linsanity OG” weed that he found while shopping a pot stops in L.A. today. The new and ample strain of weed is rumoured to be named after Jeremy Shu-How Lin. In February 2012, Lin was on a winning streak and has just been promoted to the starting lineup. Lin’s awesomeness …

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The Simple Rules For Covering Jeremy Lin

After ESPN’s unfortunate choice of words to describe one of Jeremy Lin’s basketball loses, the concept of treading lightly in relation to Lin’s race has become something of a hot button issue. Thankfully, the Asian American Journalists Association is here to help. In order to avoid any potential embarrassment, the AAJA released something of a manifesto for covering Linsanity, complete …

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Linsanity Continues on eBay

I just… I can’t accidentally the word I’m thinking of to describe my dismay. Believe it or not, I actually get the hype surrounding Jeremy Lin. I really do. He’s singlehandedly provided some much-needed fresh air to a New York Knicks franchise that was struggling to overcome the stain of Isiah Thomas. It also helps that Lin’s insanity is happening …

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Mark Zuckerberg Has Linsanity, Too

As you can see, the world clearly belongs to Jeremy Lin and we’re all just living in it because he allows us to exist. The glow from Lin’s swagger is so bright, tech industry mavens are even drawn to it. Just ask Mark Zuckerberg. Who knew the kid who was portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg as being socially inept would one …

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Jeremy Lin Is HUGE On Twitter

The New York Knicks white-hot trending topic point guard, aside from being the talk of the sports world — move over, you Super Bowl-winning Giants, it’s Lin Time — he’s also one of the most popular topics on Twitter, especially during his ascension from relative unknown to household name territory. The story of Lin’s rise to his current position as …

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