You Are Here: Home » News (Page 55)

Ronny Turiaf Breaks Left Hand

New York Knicks center Ronny Turiaf broke a bone in his left hand while playing for France in an exhibition match versus Great Britain. The basketball game took place in London in preparation for the EuroBasket tournament. The injury occurred when Turiaf was battling for a rebound, and after x-rays were taken it was clear he had suffered a broken bone. Turiaf will see a specialist in France to determine how ...

Read more

Phil Jackson Won’t Rule Out NBA Return

Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson retired from the NBA last season after his Los Angeles Lakers were swept out of the 2011 NBA Playoffs. Jackson won five NBA championships during his time in Los Angeles and six while in Chicago. People consider Jackson as the greatest coach in all of professional sports and his eleven championships rings show just how effective he was as a coach. However, rumors have said tha ...

Read more

Shaq Wants To Fight Charles Oakley

Retired NBA big man Shaquille O'Neal may no longer wear a team uniform, but he will forever be considered one of the best entertainers the game has ever seen. In a recent interview, O'Neal listed the five NBA players he would like to fight. At number one was former New York Knick, Charles Oakley. The Big Aristotle was known for his incredible size and power while on the basketball court; he could thwart def ...

Read more

Stoudemire Sells House in South Beach

New York Knicks captain Amar'e Stoudemire has sold his penthouse in West South Beach, Fla. Stoudemire sold the house for $5.2 million to MF Penthouse 3 LLC.The attorney representing Stoudemire was Matthew Krieger and the listing agent was Dave Morotta. Just another headline involving Amar'e Stoudemire this summer, Stoudemire has been a busy man while in the midst of the league lockout. While preparing his K ...

Read more

Lakers and Knicks to Lose Most Money With Lockout

If the 2011 NBA lockout threatens the majority of the 2011-2012 season, the Los Angeles Lakers and the New York Knicks will lose the most money in terms of ticket sales. This is quite obvious since Los Angeles and New York City are huge markets and ticket sales are high nearly every season for teams in those cities. The Knicks will lose $18.3 millions according to Ticket Intelligence and Statistics, while t ...

Read more

Donnie Walsh Regrets Not Hiring Chris Mullin

Chris Mullin was inshrined into the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday for his amazing career at St. John's University and with various NBA teams. Former New York Knicks President of Basketball Operations, Donnie Walsh, regrets not signing Mullin to the team's front office. According to a source, Walsh's biggest regret during his tenure with the Knicks was not bringing Mullin on board to become his successor ...

Read more

Billups Receives Hall of Fame Honors

New York Knicks guard Chauncey Billups was honored by the Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday night. Billups was rewarded for his community service outside the game of basketball. However, Billups wants some more recognition from the Hall of Fame in the near future. He is looking forward to the day his name is listed as a Hall of Fame Inductee. “That would be a dream of mine, to be elected into the Hall of ...

Read more

Amar’e Stoudemire to Begin Writing Books

New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire has been a very busy man this summer. In addition to his preparation for the next NBA season, Stoudemire has been working on his fashion line and now he is in the process of writing children's books. Stoudemire teamed up with publisher Scholastic, and will release a middle-grade series called STAT: Standing Tall and Talented. This series will be based on Stoudemire' ...

Read more

Patrick Ewing Still Dreams of Returning

New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing still has hopes of returning to the franchise. Ewing, who is currently an assistant coach with the Orlando Magic, wants a shot at the head coaching position; he was interviewed by the Detroit Pistons, but they decided to make Lawrence Frank the new head man. Patrick Ewing told Mike Lupica, "I hope that one day I get to come back home because I do live in this area, I sti ...

Read more

Chauncey Billups Determined to Prove Critics Wrong

New York Knicks guard Chauncey Billups has a goal next season besides helping the team reach basketball immortality, the one-time NBA champion wants to show the world he still can be productive. Billups is currently working to get his knee back to 100%, which was injured during Game 1 of the First Round in the 2011 Playoffs. "I think I got a lot to offer my team when the season starts," Billups told The New ...

Read more

© 2013-14 DailyKnicks.com

Scroll to top