Schmeelk: A Way-Too-Early Look At The 2017-18 KnicksWhile it has been a big summer of change for the Knicks' front office, the team will return many of the same players it had last season.
Schmeelk: Knicks' Front Office Moves Are EncouragingLast week, the Knicks announced a number of front-office additions, many of which have connections to Perry in some way, shape or form.
Report: Malik Monk Thought He Was Going To Be Drafted By KnicksThe Charlotte Hornets guard was surprised when the Knicks selected Frank Ntilikina instead of him.
Report: Porzingis Is Cavaliers' Primary Target In Irving Trade TalksIf the Knicks want Kyrie Irving, they just might have to give up Kristaps Porzingis.
Report: Knicks, Rockets Resume Trade Talks Involving Carmelo AnthonyThe Carmelo Anthony trade talks between the Knicks and Rockets are back on, according to a report.
Report: Knicks Won't Return To West Point For Training CampThe Knicks are reportedly moving their training camp out of West Point.
Knicks Officially Hire Obama's Brother-In-Law To Fill Front-Office JobThe Knicks have hired former President Barack Obama's brother-in-law to a front-office position.
Reports: Knicks Expected To Sign Michael Beasley, Former No. 2 Draft PickThe Knicks are reportedly on the verge of signing Michael Beasley, a former No. 2 overall draft pick.
Reports: Knicks Hire Barack Obama's Brother-In-Law For Front-Office JobThe Knicks have hired Craig Robinson, the brother-in-law of former President Barack Obama, for a front-office role, according to multiple reports.
Charles Oakley Takes Deal To Avoid Trial In MSG Assault CaseCharles Oakley won't go to trial after all following his altercation in February with Madison Square Garden security at a Knicks game.
Carmelo Anthony: Last 12 Months Have Been 'Emotional Rollercoaster'Carmelo Anthony said Wednesday he's had to search for happiness again as a basketball player after the "emotional rollercoaster" the Knicks have put him through over the past year.
Lichtenstein: Developing Nets' Russell Into A Superstar Begins NowThe Nets' only hope of getting a superstar in the foreseeable future is to develop one.

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