It’s a little early to write off the “bright” future of the New York Knicks before it has barely started. But what Miami has done in these playoffs doesn’t bode well for the future of the Knicks as a championship organization.
Knicks fans can rest easy. According to the New York Post, James Dolan “has given up on the idea of hiring back Isiah Thomas in any capacity.”
It’s not a done deal just yet for Donnie Walsh, though the New York Post reported on Friday that “an agreement in principle for the Knicks president to return next season is in place.”
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.
It seems Donnie Walsh’s tenure with the Knicks is far from over. MSG chairman James Dolan “is on the verge of announcing” an agreement that would bring the Knicks president back next season, reports the New York Post.
Donnie Walsh’s tenure with the Knicks may or may not end on June 30. Walsh will meet with Knicks owner James Dolan “today or tomorrow” to hash out his future with the club, the New York Post reported on Tuesday.
On Monday’s show, Boomer & Carton focused on the conclusion of both the Knicks’ and Rangers’ seasons – today, early on, their focus on what’s next for the Knickerbockers.
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.
Donnie Walsh finally got the Knicks under the cap and back in the playoffs. According to CBSSports.com’s Ken Berger, New York is “considering” handing Walsh a two-year contract extension.
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.
New York, get ready for another round vs. Boston. And no, we’re not talking Yankees-Red Sox or Jets-Patriots.
Knicks president Donnie Walsh, the former Pacers president whose contract is not guaranteed for next season with New York, denied speculation that he could return to Indiana on Sunday.
From the start of the 2004-05 season to the end of 2009-10, only the Minnesota Timberwolves were worse — by three wins — than New York, which compiled a .352 winning percentage
With the Knicks in a terrible late-season slump, Carmelo Anthony says their game Monday against Dwight Howard and the Magic is “almost a must win for us.”
Knicks president Donnie Walsh admitted to the NY Post on Sunday that he “didn’t expect” to see his team falter with Carmelo Anthony. So what do the Knicks need?