Frank Isola On WFAN: Knicks Keeping Kurt Rambis As An 'Offensive Guru' Would Be A Bad Move"If you're going to bring in a coach, you've got to let him hire his staff because it never works," Isola said.
Boomer & Carton Announce 2015 ‘Pulse Of The People’ FinalistsThe Pulse of the People committee has spoken! Will Craig Carton, a five-time winner, beat out the strongest contenders yet?
Boomer & Carton: Al Dukes Gets Duped By Fake Frank IsolaAs it turns out there was no breaking news and Al will start his weekend a little red in the face.
Boomer & Carton: Frank Isola Gets Us Ready For The NBA SeasonWhen it comes to covering the Knicks, it doesn't get any better than Frank Isola of the New York Daily News, who also happens to be a tremendous follow on Twitter.
Congrats To Craig Carton, 2013 Pulse Of The People Award Winner!The committee has spoken: Craig Carton is the man right now!
Boomer & Carton Announce 2013 Pulse Of The People Award FinalistsThis year's Pulse of the People Award nominees include three past winners, a Mets radio play-by-play personality and a Knicks beat reporter. Who will take home the highly coveted prize?
B&C Morning Show: Frank Isola On Jeremy LinNew York Daily News Knicks reporter Frank Isola joined the program.
Lin-jury, Playoff Ticket Controversy Turns Into Statement Spat Between Media GiantsSpeculation about the timing of Jeremy Lin's MRI results has turned into a war of words between Cablevision and the Daily News.
B&C Morning Show: Frank Isola Checks In On Knicks' Perceived DeceitIsola called in Monday morning to tell his side of the story.
Conflicting Reports Surface On Mike D'Antoni's Future With Knicks, RaptorsCould Mike D'Antoni skip out on the Knicks? According to the New York Daily News' Frank Isola, D'Antoni, entering his last year under contract with New York, "could emerge as a candidate in Toronto."
On WFAN: Isola Defends Isiah-Carmelo ReportFrank Isola of the Daily News joined Marc Malusis on Thursday to talk about Isiah Thomas' alleged involvement in the Carmelo Anthony trade, and what he described as "spin control" by Knicks owner James Dolan.
Report: Carmelo Available, Price Too High For KnicksHow much is too much for Carmelo Anthony? According to Frank Isola of the Daily News, Anthony "could have been a Knick Monday if only team president Donnie Walsh were willing to meet Denver's trade demands."