Reports: Joakim Noah To Ink $72 Million Deal With KnicksNative New Yorker Joakim Noah has issued an Instragram photo indicating he'll be a Knick. Reports said it's a $72-million deal. Noah is a premiere interior presence when healthy.
Reports: Knicks Talking Deals With Joakim Noah, Eric GordonNoah is reportedly meeting Friday morning with Knicks president Phil Jackson in Orlando, Fla.
Schmeelk: A Look At Free Agent Options At Guard For KnicksThe Knicks' two priorities with their two guard needs should be defense and shooting.
Reports: Knicks Heavy Favorites To Sign Joakim NoahNoah, 31, played eight seasons with the Bulls and was voted the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year after the 2013-14 season. He, however, is coming off an injury-plagued season.
Report: Knicks Eyeing Hawks Guard Bazemore In Free AgencyBazemore, who turns 27 on Friday, averaged 11.6 points and 5.1 rebounds last season, his first as a full-time starter. The 6-foot-5 guard is also known for his strong defense.
Schmeelk: A Look At Free Agent Options At Center For KnicksWith Robin Lopez now in Chicago, the Knicks need a new starting center who can play 25 to 30 minutes per game.
Schmeelk: Knicks Signing Joakim Noah Would Be A Big MistakeSince the Knicks traded for Derrick Rose there hasn’t been a player linked more to New York than Joakim Noah.
Schmeelk: Knicks Entering Dangerous 'Win Now' ModeHow far Jackson is willing to go to win now remains to be seen. He would be wise to proceed with caution. Entertaining thoughts of trading future draft picks would be foolish.
Report: Kevin Durant Considering Meeting With KnicksKevin Durant is slated to hear pitches from six teams, and while the Knicks are not in that number, they don't appear to be out of the sweepstakes for the top NBA free agent.
Keidel: Don't Kid Yourself -- Kevin Durant Won't Be A KnickWhile many of us would never leave New York, Durant has no ties here. Why suffer the snow, cost, taxes and losing just to say he played on Broadway?
Derrick Rose At Knicks Introductory Press Conference: 'I Just Want To Win'Derrick Rose says he's focused on winning and hopes to be a Knick for the long run.
Silverman: Escape From Chicago Just Might Reignite Rose’s CareerHe wants at least one more maximum contract, and he knows the only way he is going to get it is to come close to returning to the form he had when he was an MVP with the Chicago Bulls in the 2010-11 season.

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