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Kurt Thomas: I Never Think About Retiring

At 40 years old, most people have a hard time going outside for a walk or a run. However, at 40, Kurt Thomas is still competing with some of the world's best athletes. The New York Knicks forward may be older than every single one of his teammates, but he is still looking forward to playing another 82-game season. Despite the fact that Thomas has played 17 years in the league, the forward is not looking at ...

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Mike Woodson Wants Knicks to Value Home-Court

There is no question that home-court advantage is one of the most important things to possess in the post-season. Every team is aiming to claim a top seed in the their respective conferences and once the playoffs come along, everyone wants to have the advantage. The New York Knicks will be playing in the extremely competitive Atlantic Division and there is a chance that four of the five teams make the post- ...

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Knicks Set to Play Pistons in London on Jan. 17

The New York Knicks are headed across to pond for a basketball game in London. The NBA usually hosts several pre-season games overseas, but in the 2012-13 season, the league will be holding regular season games outside NBA arenas. ESPN reports that the Knicks will be playing the Detroit Pistons on Jan. 17 at the O2 Arena in London. Fans in London have been very welcoming to the NBA in the past and they will ...

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Rasheed Wallace Ends Retirement: Signs With Knicks

The New York Knicks have continued with the theme of adding veteran players with their recent signing of Rasheed Wallace. The deal was hinted at several times, but ESPN reports that Wallace is now officially a member of the Knicks. Wallace, 38, last played for the Boston Celtics but decided to call it quits after the 2009-2010 season. Wallace has played 15 seasons in the NBA and he experienced the most succ ...

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Knicks Set to Become Oldest Team in NBA History

Old is an understatement when describing the 2012-13 New York Knicks. The Knicks added several players this off-season, but they did not get younger. New York acquired some great pieces, but the majority of them are veterans on the last legs of their careers. Jason Kidd, Marcus Camby, Kurt Thomas and Pablo Prigioni are all on the team, and if Rasheed Wallace ends up joining, New York will become the oldest ...

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Carmelo Anthony Determined to Be an All-Around Player

The days when Carmelo Anthony scores 40 points en route to a Knicks victory are over, so he claims. The New York Knicks star is determined to focus less on the offensive end this upcoming season and wants to be more of an all-around player. Anthony is known for his offensive explosion, but people criticize him for being too one-dimesional. Anthony can improve on the defensive end of the court and there is n ...

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Tracy McGrady Works Out for the Knicks

The New York Knicks have their core players intact and the stars of this team are hoping they can bring the franchise to great heights. Still, the front office is looking to make some additions to team and create a strong bench. There is already a plethora of talented reserves on the Knicks, and according to Yahoo Sports, New York may be bringing in more players. Tracy McGrady worked out for two teams this ...

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Ronnie Brewer Confident He’ll Be Ready for Opener

The New York Knicks have put together a very talented team and many expect them to make some noise in the Eastern Conference this coming season. One of the additions the Knicks made this off-season was in defensive player Ronnie Brewer. Brewer did undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee last Friday to repair a medial meniscus tear, but he is not expected to be sidelined for too long. Although knee inj ...

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New York Knicks Unveil New Jerseys

The New York Knicks are one of the most iconic franchises in the NBA and are always one of the most popular. The Knicks are located in the biggest basketball city in the world and fans here are known for their knowledge of the game. Although the Knicks have not won an NBA title since the 1970s, people from all over the world recognize the Knicks' logo. Madison Square Garden is known as the "World's Most Fam ...

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Carmelo Anthony Doesn’t View Nets As Rivals, Yet

New York City now has two teams to call its own, one of them is situated in Manhattan while the other just found a new home in Brooklyn. The Knicks have always been the face of New York City basketball and their iconic Madison Square Garden is the most recognizable stadium in the sport. The Brooklyn Nets have finally made their long awaited move from New Jersey and they are hoping to create a strong fan bas ...

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