The league is reviewing the hiring of Thomas — once the subject of a sexual harassment lawsuit — as president of the New York Liberty.
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Just when I thought modern society had reached new depths of despair, James Dolan raised the stakes.
Thomas essentially gave up two lottery picks for the big man — as WFAN co-host Boomer Esiason pointed out — though the former Knicks president still doesn’t see it that way.
Thomas defended his record with the Knicks while at the same time repeatedly attempted to veer the conversation toward his new club, the Liberty, in an interview that had its share of awkward silences.
Even the most inexperienced public relations expert… no, the worst public relations student… no, anyone with a functioning brain would advise him against bringing Isiah Thomas to the WNBA.
Boomer and Craig got the ball rolling early on by discussing the mind-boggling move by MSG boss James Dolan.
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Isiah Thomas is once again under the watchful eye of Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan.
Among the hundreds marching in Baltimore in support of Freddie Gray on Thursday was NBA star Carmelo Anthony, who moved to the city as a child.
Anthony is still a cornerstone of this franchise, and unless he waives his no-trade clause that isn’t going to change. The Knicks would be wise to remember that when they start hunting for free agents.
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Phil Jackson is watching players like Marc Gasol, Jimmy Butler, LaMarcus Aldridge and Draymond Green, all of whom (or none of which) could be targets of the Knicks this summer.
Melo — a Brooklyn-born star of the Knicks who was raised in Baltimore — took to social media as unrest turned violent Monday night.
There were no brash comments or predictions about turning the Knicks into a championship-caliber team overnight. This was stuff the fans needed to hear.
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