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Carmelo Anthony Reveals Recent Elbow, Knee Surgeries

After participating in the "Battle of I-95" charity basketball game with fellow NBA stars Chris Paul and LeBron James, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony revealed that he is feeling good and ready to play. He also revealed one of the reasons he's feeling so well is off-season surgery. The Knicks hadn't released the news that Anthony shared recently, but according to Anthony he had simultaneous off-seas ...

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NBA and Players Union Could Possibly Meet Wednesday

The NBA and players union had a labor meeting last Thursday, but by the looks of it the session was unsuccessful. The top negotiators came out of the meeting in a relatively bad mood and their body language indicated that no progress was made. Shortly after the Thursday gathering, the NBA announced the postponement of the start of training camps and the cancellation of 43 pre-season games. However, there is ...

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Lockout Forces Cancellation of Three Knicks Pre-Season Games

Daily Knicks reported earlier that the NBA postponed the start of training camps and an unspecified number of pre-season games. We have just learned that the league has decided to cancel the first 43 pre-season games, Oct 9-Oct. 15, which means three Knicks games will be eliminated from there schedule. The Knicks were expected to open their pre-season on Oct. 11 versus the Philadelphia 76ers, but that game ...

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Donnie Walsh Believes Knicks Can Win Title

Former New York Knicks President of Basketball Operations, Donnie Walsh, believes the team's current core is talented enough to bring a championship to New York. However, Walsh also said the team needs to add a better supporting cast if they want to raise the Larry O'Brien trophy. "We have a core of players we can build around to build a [championship-contending] team,” Walsh said. “We’re not finished. Ther ...

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NBA Postpones Training Camps and Some Pre-Season Games

According to ESPN's Ric Bucher, the NBA has decided to postpone the opening of training camps and an unspecified number of pre-seasons games. The league and players union met in New York City on Thursday, but the talks did not go well. Commissioner David Stern initially told reporters that the training camps were not yet going to be postponed, but hours after the meeting the official word came out. Training ...

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Billups Says Knee Has Healed; Ready Once Season Starts

New York Knicks guard Chauncey Billups says his knee is fully healed and that he will be ready to play once the NBA lockout is lifted. Billups strained his knee during the opening round of the 2011 Playoffs and was forced to miss the remainder of the series. Billups had been rehabbing his injured knee during the lockout summer and has been testing it out at the 'Lockout League' in Las Vegas. While in Vegas, ...

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Chris Paul Recruits Carmelo Anthony for Winston-Salem Game

New Orleans Hornets guard Chris Paul helped put together a dream team to play together in Philadelphia, and it appears as if they will be playing with each other once more. Paul, who recruited Kevin Durant, LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony for the first game wants them to take the court together again once more. On Oct. 1 at 7 p.m., the the CP3 All-Star Pickup Game will take the campus of Winston-Salem Stat ...

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Ronny Turiaf Ready to Play Basketball Once Season Starts

New York Knicks center Ronny Turiaf has recovered from his hand injury suffered this summer and is ready to play in the NBA once the lockout ends. Turiaf was expected to play for the French national basketball team in EuroBasket 2011, but the injury prevented him from representing his country. The Knicks will need Turiaf's energy and aggressiveness on the defense end; you can be sure the coaching staff was ...

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NBA and Union Staffers to Meet on Wednesday

The NBA labor talks will resume tomorrow in New York City as both sides try to sign a new CBA before the season starts. However, the negotiation session will not include the high officials on the NBA and Union side. Instead those who will be attending the meeting are NBPA attorney Ron Klempner and attorneys for the NBA. It is unclear whether NBA Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver will be taking part in the New ...

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Knicks Amar’e Stoudemire Spends Time With Rachael Roy

New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire has been very busy during this lockout summer, and one of his outside activities includes creating his own fashion brand. Stoudemire teamed up with renowned fashion designer Rachael Roy, and released a basketball related clothing line. Roy has designed clothes for First Lady Michelle Obama and several actresses, something that caught the eye of the Knicks captain. I ...

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