New York Knicks
Porzingis, the fourth overall selection in this year’s draft, will earn $3.4 million next season.
Let’s take a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the local sports landscape.
With NBA training camps opening in September, the Knicks have a lot of time to complete their roster.
Knicks president gets into the nitty-gritty of his decision to trade Smith and Iman Shumpert to Cleveland in January.
Expecting too much from either player this year would be mistake. With that said, both of New York’s first-round picks could be starters at some point this season.
Melo goes for the most high fives in 30 seconds at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.
Kenyon Martin, who played with Knicks star Carmelo Anthony in Denver from 2004-11 and in New York in 2013 and 2014, feels sorry for the face of the franchise.
The Knicks have three summer league games in the books, all wins, and there’s been a lot to digest.
Regardless of all the moves the Knicks have made, what happens this upcoming season and the next three after that is still completely dependent on Carmelo Anthony.
The New York Knicks have signed guard Arron Afflalo, center Robin Lopez and forwards Derrick Williams and Kyle O’Quinn.
It’s Las Vegas summer league basketball. Who cares, right? Well, at least this year, Knicks fans should care very much.
The Knicks are in a long-term rebuild and getting a player with that type of upside is exactly the type of asset they should be targeting.
They say there’s no better place to win than the Big Apple. Tell that to a big-time basketball player who finds the weather and the winning much more palatable in the world west of the Hudson.
Center Robin Lopez will be joining the Knicks and turning New York’s NBA rivalry into a family affair, sources said Friday.
The preference would be for Anthony to play power forward, so the Knicks should target a small forward or shooting guard to fill that void.