Schmeelk: 5 Takeaways From Knicks News ConferenceKnicks president Steve Mills, general manager Scott Perry and coach Jeff Hornacek held a news conference Friday, three days before the team reports for training camp.
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.
Steve Mills: Carmelo Anthony 'Could Easily' Be A Knick Next SeasonThe Knicks formally introduced their two new front-office hires Monday, and, of course, their first order of business was answering questions about Carmelo Anthony's future.
Knicks Announce Steve Mills As President, Scott Perry As GMIt's official: Steve Mills is the Knicks' new president and Scott Perry is their new general manager.
Report: Knicks Expected To Name Steve Mills Team PresidentThe Knicks are reportedly planning to name Steve Mills team president and shift their search to finding his No. 2.
Schmeelk: Knicks Fans, Be Afraid -- Steve Mills Is Running The Show NowThe Knicks aren’t going to have a real basketball person come in and change the culture because they won’t be allowed to by the people already in the building that owner James Dolan wants to keep in place.
Knicks Formally Introduce Noah, Lee, JenningsThe Knicks may have acquired Derrick Rose in a trade, but he also was a major factor in the team's free agency plan.
Fans Dejected, But Knicks GM Feels 'Good' About 4th Pick"We went into this very optimistic and we will remain that way," Knicks general manager Steve Mills said Tuesday night. On Twitter, the reaction was much different.
Dolan Still Bullish On Knicks, Jackson: 'You Got To Believe, Baby!'The Knicks have a franchise-worst 63 losses and counting. But James Dolan still thinks his franchise is on a Straight Shot to the top.
Knicks, Nets At The Bottom Of ESPN Rankings Of Top NBA Front Offices, ExecutivesThe Knicks and Nets are taking a beating -- not just on the court and from fans, but also from the experts at the "worldwide leader."
Former Knick Anthony Mason Dead At 48Mason, 48, suffered a heart attack in early February.
Knicks Acquire Travis Outlaw, Quincy Acy From KingsKnicks GM Steve Mills said the deal helped better balance New York's roster, which was heavier at shooting guard but not deep at small forward behind Carmelo Anthony.

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