Report: Knicks Still Intend To Pursue Durant In Free Agency Despite His Achilles' InjuryWhen you're desperate you'll try anything. That could be how the latest report about the Knicks' offseason pursuit of free agent-to-be Kevin Durant is interpreted.
New York Sports Teams Post Memorial Day Tributes On Social MediaWhile folks enjoy fun in the sun this Memorial Day, New York's major league sports teams are taking to social media to reflect on the true meaning of the day. 
Knicks Lose Lottery, Dreams Of Zion Crushed As Team Falls To 3rd In NBA DraftIt's been 34 years since the New York Knicks pulled the ultimate rabbit out of their hat and won the first NBA Draft Lottery. Luck wasn't on their side Tuesday night.
With Zion The Top Prize For Winning Draft Lottery, Knicks Fans Everywhere Praying To Basketball GodsIt's a big night for the future of the Knicks.
Time To Pray: Tuesday Could Be 'Z'-Day For Lowly KnicksZion Williamson's immediate future is likely to be decided by the bounce of 14 pingpong balls.
Knicks, Nets May Very Well Be Big Players In NBA's Highly Anticipated Free Agent Frenzy This SummerIt begins. When the buzzer sounded in Milwaukee on Wednesday night, the question immediately became this: Has Kyrie Irving played his last game for the Boston Celtics? It's very possible.
Lance Thomas On The Knicks Future: 'The Foundation Is Set'Thomas chats with DJ Sixsmith about the Knicks, his friendship with Carmelo Anthony and DeAndre Jordan.
Knicks Lose To Pistons 115-89, Tie Worst Record In Team HistoryThe Knicks, who were looking to tie a season-high three-game winning streak, instead ended with a 17-65 final-season record, tied with their 2014-15 team for the worst in franchise history.
Knicks Top Bulls 96-86, Avoid New Franchise Low For WinsWith an embarrassing predicament in sight, Knicks coach David Fizdale implored his team to treat the end of another lost season like a playoff series.
Hezonja Has Game Of His Life As Knicks Top WizardsMaybe this won't be the worst New York Knicks team ever.
Knicks Hold Harden To 26, But Still Lose In Rockets Blowout 120-96David Fizdale let out a sigh of disgust when he was asked if he was pleased with his New York Knicks holding James Harden to 26 points. "No, he toyed with us," the Knicks coach said.