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Jeremy Lin Owns ‘Linsanity’ Trademark

New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin now owns the trademark to the catchphrase 'Linsanity'. So now, if anyone is going to make money off the phrase, it's going to be the Harvard graduate himself. “Linsanity” belongs to Jeremy Lin. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has registered the term for Lin, who in February moved to take control of the catchphrase that encapsulated his meteoric rise from undrafted playe ...

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Hall of Famer Jack Twyman Passes Away at 78

Basketball Hall of Famer and former NBA analyst Jack Twyman passed away on Wednesday at a Cincinnati hospice. Twyman, 78, died due to complications from an aggressive form of blood cancer. Although Twyman spent 11 seasons with the Rochester Royals, he will be remembered by Knicks fans for one famous call. During the 1970 NBA Finals, the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers battled in a seven-game series a ...

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David Stern Sees Intense Knicks-Nets Rivalry

The NBA will have two franchises in New York City starting in the 2012-13 season. One team, the New York Knicks will be in Manhattan, and a new team will be in Brooklyn, the Nets. The Knicks-Nets already shared a rivalry when the Nets were in New Jersey, but that could intensify once the Nets move into town, something David Stern is hoping for. "I think that we are going to have a great rivalry," Stern said ...

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Patrick Ewing No Longer a Bobcats Coaching Option

Although New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing was reported to be the next head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats, it seems as though that deal has died. Ewing is quite close with Bobcats owner Michael Jordan, but the two friends will not be joining forces with this franchise, New York Daily News. “I just want to thank the Bobcats for giving me the chance to be interviewed,” Ewing said via text message. The Bob ...

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Carmelo Anthony Named Vice President of Sports Drink

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has been named the Vice President of POWERCOCO, a coconut water sports drink. Anthony was already an investor in the company, but he was just given the title, VP of Innovation. Anthony will work alongside the executive committee on expanding the reaches of the brand and improving the quality, Sports Business Digest. “There is no question that the natural ingredients a ...

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Happy 28th Birthday Carmelo Anthony

Today is the 28th birthday of New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony and we here at Daily Knicks send our best wishes. Anthony was traded to the Knicks in 2011 and has spent a season and a half with the team. In 2010-11, the Knicks were swept out of the playoffs but in this past campaign, Anthony led the Knicks to a post-season victory. Although Anthony has been highly scrutinized since joining the Knicks, ...

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Larry Brown Supports Woodson and Knicks

Legendary coach Larry Brown, who now runs the sidelines for Southern Methodist University, is fully supportive of the Knicks' new coach Mike Woodson. Brown was once the coach of the Knicks, and although he had a turbulent tenure there, he expects Woodson to do well in New York. "Everybody says I had a bad experience in New York and this and that. But I wanted Woody to go there. He's in a great position to w ...

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Report: Knicks Will Not Pursue Allen Iverson

There were rumors surfacing around that the New York Knicks would explore the possibility of adding Allen Iverson to their roster. The Knicks do not have a lot of capable guards on the team, and with a future Hall-of-Fame player needing a job, an Iverson-Knicks deal made some sense. However, the New York Post reports that the Knicks will not be going after Iverson. The Knicks desperately need guards. Allen ...

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Knicks Hoping to Re-Sign Jeremy Lin

The New York Knicks were in the center of the sports world this season, all thanks to the Harvard graduate by the name of Jeremy Lin. 'Linsanity' exploded over night and Lin became a world-wide celebrity. However, Lin is a restricted free-agent beginning July 1 and the Knicks may have trouble signing him. New York has the ability to match any offer, but a team which has more salary cap could hurt the Knicks ...

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Update: Knicks Sign Woodson to Three-Year Deal

The New York Knicks and Mike Woodson agreed to continue their relationship, and we have learned that the new deal is a three-year agreement. The deal is not necessarily long-term as the Knicks have a team option for the third year of the contract. The Knicks never really considered another coach and wanted to see what Woodson could do with a full season. The Knicks went 18-6 in the regular season under Wood ...

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