Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Knicks to play with two balls at a time next season to keep Melo,...

“It’s pretty controversial, sure, but you have to remember that I haven’t tipped the scales in the Knicks’ favor since fixing the 1985 dra ... I’m doing it for the fans” Stern said on a conference call.

Without lottery pick, Knicks unsure how to screw up this year’s draft

"How can we waste a 17th pick in a manner that our fans have come to anticipate and accept?" asked Knicks owner James Dolan.

Locked-out Knicks forward Jared Jeffries signs with the WNBA’s New York Liberty

“Is it technically legal? No,” said WNBA Commissioner Laurel J. Richie. “I just don’t think anyone’s going to put up a stink about Jeffries playing in our league.”

New York sports stars catch the acting bug with boatload of ‘Entourage’ cameos

Will Amar’e Stoudemire make the jump from worst supporting knees to best supporting actor? Do A-Rod and Tex have what it takes to crack the Hollywood elite? Can Michael Strahan sink a jump shot? Judging from this week’s episode of “Entourage,” the answer to these questions seems to be a resounding, “Yes.”

D’Antoni asks NBA to eliminate defense, change games to ‘shooting and dunk contests’

The NBA lockout may be in full effect, but Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni is still trying to change some league rules to help better suit his team's strengths.

NBA Preview: New York Knicks

Why They Might Be Good: Ha. Tee hee. Heh heh heh. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah. Ha.

Knicks will not retain Spike Lee for 2012 season

The NBA lockout may keep the Knicks from making player moves, but that didn't stop them from cutting a familiar face loose on Thursday when it was announced Spike Lee would not have his season tickets renewed.