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Rumor: Knicks May Offer Phil Jackson $50 Million

Although Carmelo Anthony said he would like to see Mike Woodson return to the New York Knicks next season, the front office may be looking for a different head coach. Phil Jackson retired from the Los Angeles Lakers before the 2011-12 season and many people considered him as the greatest coach to have ever made his way to the NBA. Jackson has won 11 NBA championships as a coach of the Lakers and Chicago Bul ...

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Tyson Chandler Eager to Play For Team USA

New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler would be more than willing to play for Team USA in the 2012 London Summer Olympics. Chandler won gold with Team USA in the 2010 World Championships and he surprised many with his amazing play. With big men Dwight Howard and LaMarcus Aldridge out of contention due to injuries, Chandler is no doubt the best available option for the USA coaching staff. “I’m definitely read ...

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Carmelo Anthony Wants Mike Woodson to Remain as Coach

New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony would like to see coach Mike Woodson return to the team next season. Woodson took over the coaching position after Mike D'Antoni resigned and he has done a masterful job with this Knicks team. New York is poised to win some games in the playoffs, and with Woodson's defensive mentality, the Knicks can surely pull off a first-round upset. When asked if he would like seeing ...

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Landry Fields Regaining Confidence in Shot

New York Knicks forward and second-year man Landry Fields has been struggling shooting the ball this season, but he rediscovered his shot in the Knicks' game against the Hawks. Fields has shot 24 percent from the three-point arc this season, but against the Hawks he hit all three of his attempts and finished the day with 18 points on 7-8 shooting. “I’m not going to get satisfied or complacent,’’ Fields said ...

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Knicks Close Out Hawks in Thriller; Win 113-112

The New York Knicks played the Atlanta Hawks today, their first game since being embarrassed by the Cavaliers in Cleveland. Not only did the Knicks want to bounce back from their bad loss, but they wanted to win this game for Mike Woodson, the former Hawks coach. The Knicks had a slow start to the game and allowed the Hawks to go on a 10-0 run early on. The Knicks' stars were not knocking down shots from th ...

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Pre-Game Report: New York Knicks at Atlanta Hawks

New York Knicks (33-30) at Atlanta Hawks (38-25) 1:00 PM EST, April 22, 2012 Phillips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia TV: ESPN Hawks Projected Starting Line-Up: PG: Jeff Teague SG: Kirk Hinrich SF: Joe Johnson PF: Josh Smith C: Jason Collins The New York Knicks will head to Atlanta today to face the Hawks in a must-win game. The Knicks are tied with the Philadelphia 76ers for the seventh spot in the Eastern Confere ...

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Tyson Chandler ‘OK’ With Playing the Miami Heat

If things continue on their current road, the New York Knicks will play the Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The Knicks are playing much better basketball as of late and although they were swept in the regular season against the Heat, the Knicks players are still confident. "I'm OK with it," Chandler said earlier this week about potentially playing the Heat.  "We have to be willing to, if ...

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Mike Woodson Calls Knicks’ Loss to Cavs ‘Unacceptable’

The New York Knicks had a bad showing against the Cleveland Cavaliers and lost the game 98-90. The Knicks faced a double-digit deficit for nearly the entire game and their defense was nothing to be proud of. After the game coach Mike Woodson talked about the loss and he was clearly upset with the way his team played, New York Post. “Unacceptable,” Woodson said. “Completely unacceptable.” The Knicks players ...

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Knicks Outplayed by Cavaliers in Stoudemire’s Return, Lose 98-90

The New York Knicks had an unfamiliar face in the starting lineup for their game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Amar'e Stoudemire returned from his back injury and played for the first time in 13 games. To open the game, the Knicks struggled scoring the ball and the defense was at best, mediocre. The players weren't putting a lot of pressure on the Cavs and that allowed the opponent to get some easy shots ...

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Pre-Game Report: New York Knicks at Cleveland Cavaliers

New York Knicks (33-29) at Cleveland Cavaliers (20-41) 7:30 PM EST, April 20, 2012 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio TV: MSG Cavaliers Projected Starting Line-Up: PG: Kyrie Irving SG: Manny Harris SF: Anthony Parker PF: Antawn Jamison C: Tristan Thompson The New York Knicks are headed to Cleveland tonight to take on the lowly Cavaliers. In this game, Amar'e Stoudemire will return to the lineup and will s ...

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