New York Knicks
All this email exchange does is confirm exactly what everyone thinks of Dolan. He is overly sensitive. He overreacts to criticism. He is mean and rather nasty. Could you imagine working for someone like this?
Dolan called the father of filmmaker Aaron Bierman a “hateful mess” and a “negative force” to anyone with whom he comes into contact — and wondered if he was an alcoholic.
After what could only be described as a magical Saturday afternoon, Boomer and Craig got things started Monday morning by discussing the Mikey Strong charity hockey game.
Draymond Green had 20 points and 13 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors beat the New York Knicks 106-92 on Saturday night to give Steve Kerr a win in his first game coaching in the arena he nearly called home.
Amar’e Stoudemire’s days with the Knicks might be numbered. According to Yahoo! Sports, he’s considering asking the organization for a buyout.
Spike Lee is going to be directing the likes of Kevin Hart, Common, Anthony Anderson and Mo’Ne Davis — but instead of on a movie set, it will be on the basketball court.
Parsing the words of Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher over past week, it’s abundantly clear that they are being pulled in two different directions as they embark upon the Knicks’ rebuilding process over the next couple of years.
New York was outclassed by Boston, 108-97, and it appears that Dolan got tired of watching his team lose … again.
Avery Bradley scored 26 points, Jared Sullinger added 22 and the Boston Celtics snapped a three-game losing streak with a 108-97 victory over the New York Knicks on Tuesday night.
“Like nothing I’ve seen before,” Jackson said of the Knicks’ first 41 games, according to The New York Times’ Harvey Araton. “So far, my experiment has fallen flat on its face.”
With Kobe Bryant out for the season and both teams among the worst in the NBA, it was anything but a Super Sunday in New York.
“No question about it,” a person close to the 2014 NBA MVP told Isola. “Kevin loves Carmelo (Anthony). It could work in New York. But never rule out the Thunder.”
Taking a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the NY/NJ sports landscape.
While winning some games might cost the Knicks some ping-pong balls come draft time, it proves their coach might just be able to become a winner in the long-term.
Knicks president and general manager Phil Jackson told the Chicago Tribune in 1986 that the championship squads of 1970 and 1973 deflated basketballs to gain an advantage.