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Former Knick Interested in the NFL

Three-time Slam Dunk Champion and former New York Knick, Nate Robinson, is interested in playing another sport during the NBA lockout. Nate Robinson is looking to join the NFL if the NBA lockout threatens the 2011-12 season. Robinson, standing at 5 foot 9, played well at the cornerback position at Washington before deciding in 2003 to solely focus on basketball. “I might go play football,” Robinson told SLA ...

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NBA Files Lawsuit Against Players

After yesterday's labor meeting in New York, the NBA has announced that it has filed a federal lawsuit against the NBA Players Union. The league states that the Players Union is not cooperating during labor meetings and accuses the NBAPA of unfair labor practices. The NBA disproves of the players making several threats to disband the union and sue the league to get a more favorable CBA for themselves. "For ...

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Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier to Open Restaurant and Sports Bar in Manhattan

New York Knicks legend and current MSG Network color commentator Walt Frazier is planning to open a restaurant and sports bar in Manhattan's far West Side. Frazier's project will be 10,00o square feet located at the ground floor of a residential building at 505 West 37th St. Frazier will hang sports memorabilia on the walls and will have "TVs glowing with sports events." It is reported by Real Deal that the ...

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Mike Woodson Candidate For Knicks Defensive Assistant Coach

Former Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Woodson will be in New York this week for an interview to become the Knicks' new defensive assistant coach. Woodson's agent, Joe Glass, has remained silent about the possibility of his client heading to the Big Apple.  "I am not going to comment,'' said Glass. Woodson coached the Hawks from 2004 to 2010, and improved the team's winning percentage in every season. Althoug ...

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Stephon Marbury Facing Financial Problems with Bank

Former New York Knicks player Stephon Marbury is facing financial problems with Wachovia bank. Marbury currently plays basketball in China, but is dealing with a loan issue dating back to his time in the NBA. Marbury borrowed $16 million from Wachovia in order to start up his company Starbury, but he has yet to pay back the bank. Despite making $151 million during his time in the NBA, Marbury has seemed to ...

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Marbury Offers Advice To Melo and Amar’e

Former New York Knicks guard Stephon Marbury has some advice for current team stars Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire. Marbury, who currently plays professional basketball in China, does not believe Anthony and Stoudemire could handle playing overseas. "I don't think Carmelo Anthony is going to run like they want to run in practice." Marbury told the New York Post. "They want to run you to death. The fi ...

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NBA Executives and Players Union to Continue Talks Monday

Nearly a month after the NBA faced its first work stoppage since 1998-1999, the league and Players Union have agreed to conduct their first lockout meeting. Both sides will meet in New York City on August 1st, and will try to work towards a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Although they are far apart on the major issues, an in-person meeting does show some sign of hope for NBA followers. In their previo ...

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Amare Stoudemire Launching a Sports and Fashion Site

Since Amar'e has been revealing that his back has not being doing well this summer, it seems like he's leaning towards more domestic activities compared to his more internationally inspired basketball peers. Joining BigLeadSports.com, Amar'e plans to exclusive content to them in exchange for a revenue share and equity in the company. The main component of this deal is the draw to fantasy basketball, which c ...

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2011-2012 New York Knicks Schedule Announced

The National Basketball Association announced the 2011-2012 team schedules on Tuesday, despite being in the middle of a dangerous work stoppage. The New York Knicks are set to tip-off their season on November 2nd by hosting the Miami Heat, that is of course if a new CBA is signed. After a very successful 2010-2011 season, the NBA hopes its upcoming campaign will continue on with the record-breaking views. T ...

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Amar’e Stoudemire Says ‘No’ To European Teams

The NBA lockout is in full steam, and several of the league's stars are exploring their options with teams overseas. New Jersey Nets all-star point guard Deron Williams has already decided to take his talents to Europe and will play with the Turkish basketball club Besiktas until a new CBA is signed. Rumors say more NBA players will play in other countries if the lockout continues, even though their contrac ...

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