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Despite Labor Meeting on Thursday, NBA Owners Lockout Players

After a long meeting today in New York City between the NBA owners and Players Union, news has come out that the owners have decided to lockout their players starting midnight. This will be the first work stoppage in the NBA since 1998-1999, but this current lockout threatens the entire upcoming season. The work stoppage was no surprise, and fans were expecting a lockout for a long time. Although both sides ...

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Carmelo Anthony Dealing With Sore Elbow

New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony is dealing with soreness in his right elbow and is rehabbing the injury at the Knicks' practice facility. As a result of the bum elbow, Anthony is having trouble lifting weights and shooting the ball. According to Anthony, the pain in the elbow began early in the season during his time with Denver and flared up in February after he was traded to the Knicks. "When I shoot ...

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Knicks Plan to Reacquire Veteran Kurt Thomas

According to team sources, the New York Knicks are trying to reacquire center Kurt Thomas. Thomas played for the Knicks from 1999-2005 and was a valuable big man in the team's roster. Thomas, 38 years old,  is the oldest player in the NBA and does not have the same productivity as he had before. Last season with the Chicago Bulls, Thomas averaged 4.1 points per game and 5.8 rebounds per game. Despite his me ...

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J.J. Barea Open to Playing for the Knicks

Dallas Mavericks' guard Jose Juan (J.J.) Barea told a Spanish website that he is open to playing for the New York Knicks. Barea has expressed interested in re-signing with the Mavericks, but he is also weighing his options with other teams. Barea won the 2011 NBA Championship with the Dallas Mavericks, and he torched his opponents with his impeccable pick-and-roll play. Barea, despite standing under six fee ...

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Knicks Reportedly Interested in Kwame Brown

According to the New York Post, the New York Knicks have shown interest in the former first overall pick Kwame Brown. The Knicks have a dearth of productive centers in their roster, and they have been shopping for a dynamic big man for a long time. The Knicks are looking to offer one-year contracts to role players like Brown, and they may possibly offer longer deals if the players perform well enough. Brown ...

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2011 NBA Draft- Second Round Picks 31-60

The 2011 NBA Draft has concluded and all 60 names have been announced. The Knicks did not have any picks in the second round, and hope their lone 17th pick will help them next season. 2011 NBA Draft Picks 31-60 31. Heat- Bojan Bogdanovic- Croatia 32. Cavaliers- Justin Harper- Richmond 33. Pistons- Kyle Singler- Duke 34. Wizards- Shelvin Mack- Butler 35. Kings- Tyler Honeycutt- UCLA 36. Nets- Jordan Williams ...

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2011 NBA Draft Picks 16-30

The first round of the 2011 NBA Draft has concluded and there have been many surprising players to have walked up on stage. The Knicks had one pick in the first round and they selected Iman Shumpert from Georgia Tech. 2011 NBA Draft Picks 16-30 16. Pacers- Kawhi Leonard- San Diego State 17. Knicks- Iman Shumpert- Georgia Tech 18. Wizards- Chris Singleton- Florida State 19. Bobcats- Tobias Harris- Tennessee ...

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New York Knicks Select Shumpert With 17th Overall Pick

With the 17th overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, the New York Knicks selected Iman Shumpert from Georgia Tech. During his junior year in Georgia Tech, Shumpert averaged 17.3 ppg and 3.5 apg. In addition to his offensive abilities Shumpert excels at the defensive end, and last season he averaged nearly three steals per game. The Knicks will be looking to increase their athletic ability in the back-court, an ...

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2011 NBA Draft Picks 1-15

The 2011 NBA Draft is under way, and 15 players have already heard there names called by Commissioner David Stern. In no surprise, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Kyrie Irving with the first overall pick, but they raised some eyebrows with their second lottery pick. 2011 NBA Draft Order 1. Cavaliers- Kyrie Irving- Duke 2. Timberwolves- Derrick Williams- Arizona 3. Jazz- Enes Kanter- Turkey 4. Cavaliers- Tr ...

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Spero Dedes To Announce Knicks Games Next Season

Current play-by-play announcer for 710 ESPN Radio in Los Angeles, Spero Dedes, has decided to leave the L.A. market starting next season. Dedes has joined the 1050 ESPN Radio in New York and will call the games for the New York Knicks. Dedes is a New Jersey native and attended Fordham University, so he is already quite familiar with the New York sports teams. Los Angeles was host to Dedes for six seasons, a ...

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