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Knicks Had Eyes on Woodson Since 2004

The New York Knicks hired Mike Woodson as their defensive assistant on Monday, something they were trying to do since 2004.  The Knicks were considering Woodson as their next head coach in 2004, but then President Isiah Thomas decided to hire Lenny Wilkins. At the time, Thomas was contemplating between Wilkens, Chuck Daly, Mike Fratello and Woodson. Current Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni did not have Woodson as ...

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NBA Officials and Players Union Meet in Manhattan

NBA league officials and the NBPA (Players Union) will meet today in Manhattan to conduct a negotiation session for the first time since August 1st. This meeting will feature only high-level personnel of both parties; for the league David Stern, Adam Silver and Peter Holt will attend and Derek Fisher and Billy Hunter will represent the Players Union. The conference should be seen as a positive sign as both ...

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Carmelo Anthony Plans Team Workouts in October

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony told ESPN New York during his Melo League game last night versus Goodman League that he plans to conduct Knicks team workouts. With the NBA lockout jeopardizing some of the upcoming season, Anthony said he will plan to set up the workouts some time in October. "Most likely I think as the month goes on, probably early October, well start getting guys together,” Anthony ...

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Carmelo Anthony Starts Basketball League

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has formed his own basketball league in Baltimore called, Melo League.  Melo League will take on the talented Goodman League featuring Kevin Durant and Jeff Green tonight. Miami Heat's LeBron James, New Orleans Hornets' Chris Paul and Eddy Curry are expected to join Anthony when Melo League plays the Goodman League in Baltimore. Anthony, who was raised in Baltimore, w ...

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Mike D’Antoni Understands He’s on the Hot Seat

New York Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni knows this upcoming season will determine his future with the franchise. D'Antoni has been criticized for his coaching tactics during his tenure with the Knicks, especially his lack-luster defensive schemes. D'Antoni was hired by former President of Basketball Operations, Donnie Walsh, but now with Walsh gone it seems as though D'Antoni will soon receive the pink sli ...

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Season Ticket Renewals Strong For Knicks

Even with the 2011-2012 NBA season in jeopardy, New York Knicks season ticket holders were anxious to renew their subscriptions. According to Garden President Scott O'Neil, the Knicks will completely sell-out their season tickets for the upcoming campaign. "We are pleased to report the Knicks have over 90 percent of season ticket holders renewed," O'Neil told the New York Post. The massive renewal rate was ...

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Madison Square Garden Ranked #1 NBA Arena

The Orlando Sentinel released its list for the Top Ten NBA Arenas, and the New York Knicks' Madison Square Garden was ranked number one. MSG's history is what separates the stadium from the rest of the pack, according to the Sentinel. "Madison Square Garden's history is unparalleled among NBA arenas. It was the site of injured Willis Reed's famous entrance before Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals. Muhammad Ali  ...

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Amar’e Avoids Chinese Street Food During Trip

If you ever travel to another country the best way to fully grasp the life of the local residents is to spend time at attractions and to try out the nation's unique food. New York Knicks star Amar'e Stoudemire toured China with Nike, and he tried to make the most out of his trip. Aside from playing basketball with the youngsters, Stoudemire had time to visit many tourist attractions in China and he even gav ...

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Stephon Marbury Takes Shot At Knicks

Former New York Knicks guard Stephon Marbury took a shot at the franchise. Shortly after Marbury announced that he signed with the Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association on Twitter, he had some words for his former NBA team. Marbury thanked the Knicks for letting him go, and he believes things worked out for the better. However, it is safe to say things worked out better for the Knicks than it ...

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Patrick Ewing Will Head to South Africa

New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing will join his Georgetown University friends and will visit South Africa Sept. first to the fourth. Ewing will travel to the African country as part of the NBA's "Basketball without Borders" program. Due to the current league lockout, the NBA cannot send active players to South Africa so its only option was to chose legendary players. Going with Ewing will be Alonzo Mourn ...

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