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Update: Ewing Front-Runner for Bobcats Job

New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing is inching closer and closer to becoming the next head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats. Ewing is currently an assistant coach of the Orlando Magic and reports say there is a good chance he becomes the head coach of the Bobcats, Yahoo! Sports. The Bobcats interviewed Ewing on Thursday and if the team does sign Ewing, it will be a wished fulfilled. "My goal is to be a head ...

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Knicks Prospect Shines For Greek Basketball Team

Georgios Printezis, a 6-foot-9 forward for Olympiacos, a historic basketball team situated in Greece, is making a name for himself. Printezis just recently hit a game-winning floater with .7 seconds left over Andrei Kirilenko to give Olympiacos its first Euroleague championship. Many of called that floater one of the most iconic shots in European basketball history and could help Printezis make some money i ...

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Former Knick Interviewed for Bobcats’ Coaching Job

Former New York Knicks player Patrick Ewing is currently an assistant coach with the Orlando Magic and his main objective is to make Dwight Howard an offensive threat. However, it appears as though Ewing is ready to take the next step and become the head coach of an NBA team. The Charlotte Bobcats recently fired Paul Silas after a 7-59 record and the front-office is looking for a replacement. In fact, repor ...

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Amar’e Stoudemire Enrolls into the University of Miami

New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire may have had his season end in Miami against the Heat, but he is back into South Beach working towards another goal. Stoudemire enrolled into the University of Miami and is working towards a bachelor's degree in general studies, ESPN.com. Stoudemire posted a picture of him on Twitter making the "U" sign for the school and a message stating, "Just enrolled at the Uni ...

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Knicks’ Grunwald Finishes Sixth in Executive of the Year Voting

New York Knicks' executive vice president and general manager Glen Grunwald finished sixth in the NBA's Executive of the Year voting. The Knicks added some nice pieces to their roster including J.R. Smith, Steve Novak and Jeremy Lin. However, perhaps the biggest acquisition for the Knicks was defensive player of the year Tyson Chandler. Larry Bird of the Indiana Pacers won the award this season for his stel ...

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J.R. Smith Not Sure Where to Play Next Season

New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith has shown the world that he has the ability to score 20 points on any given night. Smith can catch fire at any point of the game and has helped the Knicks finish opponents on several occasions. Although Smith had a rough post-season, the Knicks would still like to have him on the team next season. However, the front-office is not sure if Smith would like to come back to the ...

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Iman Shumpert Finishes Fifth in Rookie of the Year Voting

New York Knicks rookie guard Iman Shumpert finished fifth in the NBA's Rookie of the Year voting. Shumpert received 33 total votes and one first-place vote from a pool of 120 writers and broadcasters. In his first NBA season, Shumpert emerged as one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA and gave the Knicks a lot at that position. Shumpert usually guarded the opponents' best scorer and the coaching staf ...

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Knicks Have Not Yet Contacted Phil Jackson

The New York Knicks may look to change coaches this off-season and the one name surfacing around is Phil Jackson. Although Mike Woodson did a good job coaching the Knicks, many people believe this team could be a title contender if it signed Jackson. However, according to Jeanie Buss, Jackson's long-timer girlfriend, the Knicks have not contacted the 11-time champion. Jeanie confirmed there has been no cont ...

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Jeremy Lin Named to USA Select Team Roster

New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin has been named to the USA Basketball Select Team roster. Lin will not be participating in the 2012 Summer Olympics, but he will be challenging those actually going to the games. The Select Team is a group of young players who will push the guys going to London. During the Olympics training camp in Las Vegas, Lin and the other invitees will give the NBA's star all they got. A ...

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Tyson Chandler Wants to Improve on Offense

New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler would like to improve on the offensive end. The Knicks were ousted out of the playoffs by the Miami Heat and Chandler was not a major threat. Although he is known for his defensive skills, Chandler understands the Knicks would be better if he becomes an option on offense, ESPN. "I just want to become more of a threat. Myself and Amare, we really have to become a threat ...

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