Regardless of all the moves the Knicks have made, what happens this upcoming season and the next three after that is still completely dependent on Carmelo Anthony.
The New York Knicks have signed guard Arron Afflalo, center Robin Lopez and forwards Derrick Williams and Kyle O’Quinn.
Having failed in his attempts to unload the underachieving point guard in the trade market for about a year, Nets general manager Billy King may have finally received a stroke of luck.
Brook Lopez has been with the Nets his whole career and didn’t want to look anywhere else. Thaddeus Young has been here just a few months and felt the same way.
Just shy of the one-year anniversary of his celebrated homecoming, LeBron James told the Cavaliers he’s staying put.
Jordan gave the Mavericks his word. Then he gave the Clippers his signature. It was a wild ride, complete with an emoji battle and a standoff at the big man’s home.
It’s Las Vegas summer league basketball. Who cares, right? Well, at least this year, Knicks fans should care very much.
In the latest episode of “What The Heck Is Billy King Doing?” the Nets’ general manager could very well stock his 2015-16 club with as many as five point guards
On Sunday, ESPN.com reported that the Cavaliers were interested in trading 35-year-old center Brendan Haywood to the Nets for small forward Joe Johnson.
The Knicks are in a long-term rebuild and getting a player with that type of upside is exactly the type of asset they should be targeting.
They say there’s no better place to win than the Big Apple. Tell that to a big-time basketball player who finds the weather and the winning much more palatable in the world west of the Hudson.
Center Robin Lopez will be joining the Knicks and turning New York’s NBA rivalry into a family affair, sources said Friday.
The preference would be for Anthony to play power forward, so the Knicks should target a small forward or shooting guard to fill that void.
The Milwaukee Bucks have landed their big man, and the Knicks are left searching for one.
There are still plenty of useful players available that can help the Knicks build for the future in different ways, whether it be in free agency or via trade.
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