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Knicks Set To Hire Mike Woodson

Daily Knicks reportedly earlier that the New York Knicks were considering former-Hawks head coach Mike Woodson as their new assistant. Now, it seems as though Woodson will be officially announced as the Knicks defensive coach some time next week. According to Daily News, Woodson told two confidants that we will be joining the Knicks' coaching staff. Mike D'Antoni and Woodson had a meeting in the past, but a ...

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Chauncey Billups May Join Vegas Pro League

Impact Basketball, an elite basketball training center, will host their own league beginning in September. The league will consist solely of professionals, with nearly 70 NBA players joining forces with plenty of stars. Rosters for the league are still being devised, but New York Knicks guard Chauncey Billups may be one of the 70 players to play in Vegas. Billups has a good relationship with Impact Basketba ...

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Mike D’Antoni Raising Money For Alma Mater

New York Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni is raising money for his alma mater, Marshall University. D'Antoni and quarterback Chad Pennington were named co-chairmen for raising money for a $30 million Marshall indoor facility and soccer stadium. On Sept. 10, before Marshall plays a football game versus Southern Miss, D'Antoni will have his number 10 basketball jersey retired with his brother Dan as the presenter. ...

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Carmelo Anthony To Appear on ‘Law & Order: SVU’

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony will make a special appearance in an episode on the popular T.V. show Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Anthony, along with Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh, will each make cameo appearances in the opening scene and climax. This special episode is titled, 'Personal Fouls' and focuses on a youth basketball coach who is suspected of being a criminal. The episode is se ...

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Madison Square Garden Co. Stock Downgraded

The current National Basketball Association lockout has led to the downgrade of Madison Square Garden Co.'s stock (MSG). MSG, parent company of the New York Knicks, saw its stock downgraded to neutral by Bank of America Merrill Lynch due to lost income during the league lockout. "Despite our continued belief in MSG's robust long-term story...we think the shares will be unlikely to outperform over the near-t ...

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Chris Mullin Believes Walsh Is Not Done

The New York Knicks did not extend the contract of Donnie Walsh despite being the mastermind behind the team's latest playoff squad. Walsh was the President of Basketball Operations for the Knicks and he helped land players like Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire. Walsh was close to adding Hall of Famer Chris Mullin to the Knicks' front office, but last minute negotiations impeded a deal. However, Walsh ...

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Wilson Chandler Reportedly Receives Offers From China And Italy

Former New York Knicks forward Wilson Chandler has reportedly been offered a deal by both a basketball club in China and Italy. A Chinese club has offered Chandler $1.7 million, according to his agent Chris Luchey, but that deal may not happen because of the new CBA (Chinese Basketball Association) rule banning opt-out clauses. Thus, the offer Chandler received from the Italian team seems like a more viable ...

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Roger Mason Jr. Could Head Back to Israel

New York Knicks guard and Vice-President of the Players Union, Roger Mason Jr., may decide to take his talents to Israel. "Do I want to just stay out here in L.A. and play pickup?" Mason told NewsDay. "Or do I want to go into a structured situation in a beautiful country?" Mason previously played for Hapoel Jerusalem B.C. in Israel, before making his way back to the NBA. A decision to head back to the count ...

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Madison Square Garden Would be a Perfect Host for the 2014 All-Star Game

The 2013 NBA All-Star Weekend will be held in Houston, a city which is not known for its glitz and glamour. Although Houston is famous for its die-hard fans and always raucous stadium, it is not the ideal arena to help bolster the NBA's reputation around the world. The World's Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden, is currently undergoing renovation and by 2014 it will become a state-of-the-art facility. ...

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Chinese Basketball Association Bans Opt-Out Clause for NBA Players

The Chinese Basketball Association  has decided to ban an opt-out clause in the contracts' of NBA players. Thus, when the NBA lockout does end, the CBA will not allow those that arrived to their country to head back to the States. Many NBA players including Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire were contemplating whether or not to take their talents to China, but this latest move puts them in a dilemma. Eit ...

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