The Knicks signed veteran guard Mike Bibby and re-signed Jared Jeffries. Bibby’s addition may force out Chauncey Billups.
The New York Knicks have acquired Tyson Chandler from the Dallas Mavericks and sent Ronny Turiaf to the Washington Wizards in a three-team trade.
Many factors led to the Knicks’ pursuit of free agent center Tyson Chandler. Also, Chris Paul may not be as appealing as some have suggested.
Ken Berger of CBSSports.com reports that The New York Knicks are close to signing free agent center Tyson Chandler. The potential signing may impact Chris Paul talks and the shape of the Knicks’ roster.
Chris Paul wants a trade to New York — but even most Knicks fans would admit they don’t have the parts to land the Hornets’ superstar.
Sorry, Knicks fans. The Suns are again shooting down Steve Nash trade rumors. In an email on Wednesday, Suns President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby said: “We are not trading Steve Nash, period, exclamation point.”
Carmelo Anthony thinks there’s something brewing in Madison Square Garden. “There’s a bull’s-eye on us and it’s getting bigger,” he told the New York Post.
The Knicks announced Wednesday that they are keeping the veteran point guard, deciding his leadership outweighs the savings they would have earned by waiving him this week.
OK, so the Knicks were swept out of the playoffs. Now let’s grade New York’s 2010-11 season to figure out where the Knicks are — and where they go from here.
It shouldn’t matter that the Rangers and the Knicks aren’t playing anymore this spring because really we knew they wouldn’t playing that long all along.
Chauncey Billups hardly had a chance to live up to his “Mr. Big Shot” moniker in the NBA Playoffs. If the Knicks’ guard gets his way, he’ll get to give it another go with New York in 2011-12.
What started as such a promising and exciting night at Madison Square Garden turned into a disaster. The Knicks played so poorly the same crowd that went ballistic when the team walked out on to the floor for warm-ups, booed them walking off the floor.
Paul Pierce scored 38 points, Ray Allen added 32, and Rajon Rondo had a Celtics’ playoff-record 20 assists as Boston beat the New York Knicks 113-96 on Friday night to take a 3-0 in their first-round playoff series.
The Knicks believe Amar’e Stoudemire will be available for Game 3 of their playoff series, but sound less hopeful that Chauncey Billups can play.
WFAN host Gregg Sussman joined me to talk about the Knicks-Celtics series and what to expect from the Knicks in Game 3 and moving forward.
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