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Knicks Roger Mason Admits Twitter Account Was Not Hacked

Last week New York Knicks guard and Vice President of the Player's Union, Roger Mason, tweeted that he was looking forward to an NBA season. "Looking like a season. How u," said Mason on the Social Media website. After the tweet was sent out, NBA fans felt optimistic that the season would start on scheduled time. Shortly after, Mason claimed that his Twitter account was hacked and he did not send the tweet. ...

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Carmelo Anthony and ‘Team Melo’ To Play in Philadelphia

New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony will be taking his Baltimore-based 'Team Melo' to the City of Brotherly Love. 'Team Melo' will be playing Philadelphia based 'Team Philly' on Sept. 25 at the historic Palestra basketball court. 'Team Melo' consists of NBA stars LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Chris Paul, while leader of 'Team Philly', Hakim Warrick, has recruited players like Lou Williams, Markief Morris and  ...

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Disappointing News Coming out of Labor Meeting

Today, the league executives and the Player's Union had a full labor meeting in New York City. Both sides had met previously last week and many people expected to see major progress coming out of this session. However, after nearly 5 1/2 hours of negotiations, NBA fans were given some disappointing news. It seems as though both sides did not share the same point of view in today's gathering and the official ...

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A New CBA Proposal Expect in Tuesday’s Labor Meeting

A full labor meeting will be held in New York City on Tuesday and the league and Players Union will bring their full committees. The previous two negotiation sessions included only the high-level officials of both parties, thus a larger group has some people thinking of major progress. NewsDay's Alan Hahn reported on his Twitter page (@AlanHahn) that there will likely be a new CBA proposal presented on Tues ...

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Several Players to Represent Knicks at Vegas League

Although the NBA lockout is preventing players from hitting the courts across 30 cities, basketball will never stop. 70 NBA athletes will take their talents to Las Vegas and play in the "Impact Basketball Competitive Training Series." Beginning today, the Training Series will allow NBA players the chance to go up against their regular opponents. The New York Knicks will be represented well in this summer le ...

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Shawne Williams Wants Deal in New York

One-time New York Knicks and unrestricted free-agent Shawne Williams wants to re-sign with the team once the lockout ends. Williams had a successful season with the Knicks and he enjoyed every minute playing under the lights at Madison Square Garden. “I’m not going to lie, I really didn’t understand how big New York was until I played there,” Williams told HOOPSWORLD. "Even in my hometown, I can’t walk arou ...

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Stoudemire Says Toney Douglas is Recovering Well

New York Knicks guard Toney Douglas underwent shoulder surgery in May, and has been trying to get back to 100%. In an interview with ESPN New York Stoudemire updated us on the team's back up point guard. "I haven't talked to him [Douglas], but I heard about his procedure and that it went well and that he's doing great." The Knicks recently got news that starting guard Chauncey Billups has fully recovered fr ...

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Amar’e Stoudemire Stresses Importance of Education to Harlem Kids

After completing his first season as a member of the New York Knicks, Amar'e Stoudemire has certainly seen his popularity increase around the league from the added exposure of playing in the Big Apple. Stoudemire has noticed this added celebrity, and is using his position as a role model to teach young children about the importance of staying in school and gaining an education. The Knicks forward was in Har ...

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NBA and Players Union Will Have Full Meeting Next Week

The NBA and Players Union met today in New York City and after five hours of negotiations, both parties have agreed to gather again on Tuesday.  Unlike the previous two meetings which included only high-level officials, the next gathering will feature full committees. This can be seen as a major step toward signing a new CBA and a full meeting indicates that the parties are inching closer and closer to endi ...

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Amar’e Stoudemire’ Back Still Not 100%

New York Knicks Amar'e Stoudemire suffered a back injury during last season's Playoffs, but unfortunately it is still not 100% healed.  Stoudemire had been rehabbing his injury all summer long, but even with months away from basketball his back is not at the level it should be. The New York Post reported, "Stoudemire has not fully recovered from a back injury he suffered before Game 2 of the Knicks’ first-r ...

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