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Jared Jefferies expects to Re-Sign with the Knicks

Love-em or Hate-em, but it seems that Jared Jeffries is going to be re-joining the Knicks for at least one more season. NYDailyNews own Frank Isola reports: Jared Jeffries has informed the Knicks that he intends to re-sign with the club on Friday, the first day of free agency as well as the start of training camp. Jeffries originally signed a mid-level contract with the Knicks five years ago when Isiah Thom ...

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Report: NBA considering pushing back camps

As if the players haven't endured enough waiting they more may be more of a delay with the start of training camps. CBS Sports reports that the original date of Dec. 9th may be pushed back until Dec. 12th. That's not much of a delay, but with the season starting in just 19 days every minute of training collectively for squads is vital. “Teams with just a handful of guys under contract have been complaining ...

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Iman Shumpert Lock-Out Diary

This off-season was not the typical one for a newly drafted rookie, the lock-out has been tough on all parties but the rookies may have suffered the most. Knicks 17th overall draft pick Iman Shumpert is happy to finally join his fellow players and begin training with the Knicks. To keep the New York fans engaged, Iman has been keeping a digital diary with the NYPost. Check out his most recent entry: This wa ...

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One Year-Free Agent Options

The Knicks do not have any intentions of screwing there finical situation up for the future with hopes of retaining the services of CP3. With that said, they still need to fill out this season's roster. Check out a quick list of the NYDailyNews.com one-year free agent options: *  Anthony Parker: He makes a lot of sense: good defender, reliable 3-point shooter. And after Landry Fields totaled just seven poin ...

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J.J. Barea to the Knicks?

Puerto Rican born J.J. Barea is currently a free agent after winning his first championship with the Mavericks. His first priority is to resign with the Mavs but plan B could land him in New York.   Via NYDailyNews.com "I still haven't signed with nobody,”J.J. Barea, who helped the Dallas Mavericks torch the Miami Heat for their first NBA title in June, told the Daily News Friday. “That’s still got me ...

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CP3 now or CP3 Later?

So Knicks fans were overjoyed to hear the reports of Chris Paul basically demanding a trade to New York via his agent, but this may be a tougher task than dealing for Carmelo back in February. Marc Berman of the NYPost reports: The Knicks were wiped clean of several of their young assets and draft picks in the Anthony trade last February, losing Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler, Anthony Randolph, Timofey M ...

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Can Grant Hill Help The Knicks?

Is the 2nd time a charm? The Knicks tried to lure Grant Hill to New York two seasons ago and were unsuccessful.  The Suns were able to convince Grant to remain with the club by offering a two-year deal that the Knicks were not willing to match.  If the Knicks were to sign Hill that would ultimately end the tenure of Shawn Williams with the Knicks, you can read more about this scenario from Marc Berman of th ...

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Amare is Back in Shape

After injuring his back during the lay-up line of Game 2 of the playoffs last season, Amare has been working this off-season/lock-out hard to re-strengthen his back muscles. Stoudemire is down in Miami training with none other than Mr.Controversy himself: Isiah Thomas. via NYDailyNews.com “He looks great,” Isiah Thomas said on Wednesday about Stoudemire. “He is in awesome shape. He’s been working very hard. ...

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Players Union Refuses League’s Ultimatum

The NBA players gathered today in New York City for over four hours debating whether or not they should accept the league's latest offer. 43 members took part in the meeting, with 29 of the 30 teams represented. Union President Derek Fisher said the offer was not good enough, and that the players hope to meet with the league again in an effort to agree on a better deal. The league offered essentially a 50-5 ...

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Knicks Fan Spike Lee Sees Future Championship

New York Knicks fans Spike Lee believes the team will soon bring home the Larry O'Brien trophy.  Lee is known for his ever-lasting support for the Knicks, and he is optimistic in their title chances in the seasons to come. Spike Lee had this to say to the New York Post: “We have a great team and I keep telling my son Jackson that one day, very soon, the Knicks will have an NBA championship...[The Knicks are ...

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