Four days aftersaying he’d take a pay cut to help the Knicks improve their roster going forward, Carmelo Anthony said Tuesday he expects the front office to keep him informed as Thursday’s trade deadline approaches.
How is it humanly possible that the Knicks have not sat down with the foundation of their franchise? How have they not asked him about the future and what kind of teammates he wants to play with?
With a thick veil of secrecy surrounding Madison Square Garden at all times, there’s no way of figuring out what the Knicks organization is actually thinking at any given moment.
“Unless you guys know something I don’t know, then the only thing I can say is I’m going to be back,” embattled coach Mike Woodson said Monday, according to Newsday.
The Knicks are another game closer to a lost season, and one has to wonder if — or when — coach Mike Woodson will be shown the door.
James Dolan can stay away from New York as long as he wants, but over the next 27 days, preferably sooner than later, the conversation is going to happen.
The Knicks confirmed on their official public relations Twitter account that Carmelo Anthony did not travel to Toronto for Saturday’s game against the Raptors.
Knicks owner James Dolan has reportedly told his players that no major changes will be made to the roster or coaching staff.
I hate to say it, but the Knicks are a laughingstock to fans, media and other NBA executives. And it starts at the top with owner James Dolan and trickles down to the players.
Here’s the issue: Lowry is a free agent after this season. If the Knicks want to re-sign him long-term it will probably cost them around eight million dollars a season, give or take. That type of contract will make it nearly impossible for the Knicks to bring in another max player in the 2015 offseason if Carmelo Anthony signs a max extension this summer.
James Dolan, angry with details being leaked, put the kibosh on a trade proposal Thursday that could have landed Toronto point guard Kyle Lowry, according to the Daily News.
I actually walked out of MSG on Wednesday night annoyed that New York beat Chicago. Please don’t dismiss this. There’s logic behind it. I swear. Read on!
He’s done. It’s over. Woodson is a dead man walking. He has lost this team, and it has translated to a lost season for the Knicks.
If New York City is still a holy basketball land, with ancient, blacktop altars dotting the map, then tonight’s NBA game is a savage sacrilege
I want to introduce Mike Woodson to someone. His name is George Costanza. He once devised a theory that would do Mike Woodson a lot of good today: do the opposite.