Let’s take a look at who’s hot and who’s not on the local sports landscape.
Knicks president gets into the nitty-gritty of his decision to trade Smith and Iman Shumpert to Cleveland in January.
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.
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.
According to a report, Jackson is targeting power forward Greg Monroe and shooting guard Arron Afflalo, and he has a very good chance of signing them.
Considering the Knicks’ current state, they would be best suited going after the younger group of free agents on the market.
Melo, without a title and perhaps past his prime at 31 years old, is apparently less than thrilled with the selection of Latvian rookie Kristaps Porzingis.
Soon-to-be NBA player Kristaps Porzingis would love to play for the Knicks, and he hasn’t been shy about saying so.
Phil Jackson says the Knicks have zeroed in on three players with the fourth overall pick in Thursday night’s NBA Draft.
Let’s take a look at this week’s best and worst stories in the N.Y.-N.J. sports landscape.
Pick wisely, Phil Jackson. And watch your back.
With the No. 4 pick in the draft and another $25 million or so to spend in free agency, the Knicks are in position to be offseason winners.
If you need to know why LeBron James produced more offense for a team in the championship round than any in league history, just look at his most unsupportive, supporting cast.
Isiah Thomas says he hasn’t spoken with New York Knicks President Phil Jackson since joining the Liberty as a consultant in February.
After ripping into Phil Jackson, Craig made it clear that by no means should the No. 4 draft pick be traded, before concluding that “the Knicks are screwed as a franchise.”