1. Langston Galloway on 'Unselfish' Melo, Katrina and Best Cheesesteak

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  2. How Phil Jackson's First Miscue Has Spiraled out of Control

    Who knew it would be an omen of things to come? Who knew when Steve Kerr rejected Phil Jackson's offer to be the Knicks head coach last spring.....

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  3. Andrea Bargnani Available for Knicks Monday Night

    Knicks center Andrea Bargnani will be available for Monday night's game against the Heat , via the New York Daily News...

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  4. Bargnani Available to Play Tonight

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  5. New York Knicks Role Players Worth Keeping Beyond 2014-15

    The New York Knicks are in the midst of what many consider to be a lost season, but it doesn't have to be that way...

    Ciaran Gowan Written by Ciaran Gowan about 1 month ago 14,177 reads 64 comments

  6. Knicks Owner James Dolan Responds to Email from Upset Fan

    Owner James Dolan replied to an email from an angry New York Knicks fan on Jan. 23, telling the supporter to go root for the Brooklyn Nets . Dolan will not be punished for the reply...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 1 month ago 238,045 reads 279 comments

  7. Kerr Might Not Have Used Triangle Offense in New York

    Warriors coach Steve Kerr wouldn't commit to whether he would have run the fullblown triangle offense if he had taken the Knicks job and not left Phil Jackson at the altar...

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  8. Knicks' Carmelo Anthony out Saturday vs. Warriors

    Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony will not play in Saturday's game against the Warriors , the team announced...

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  9. Against Knicks, Steve Kerr Sees What Might Have Been. It Isn't Pretty.

    Steve Kerr hesitated for a split-second and smiled as he walked out of the visitors' locker room at Madison Square Garden late Saturday afternoon and noticed a pack of reporters, several ...

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  10. Knicks Comeback Bid Falls Short as Steve Kerr's Warriors Hold on for 106-92...

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  11. Kerr Says Knicks Are a 'Work in Progress' and Golden State Was The...

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  12. Anthony (Knee) out Tonight vs. Warriors

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  13. New York Knicks Must Prioritize Signing Tobias Harris This Offseason

    The New York Knicks will have plenty of flexibility this coming offseason, but their focus should be on building a foundation for the future rather than looking for a quick-fix solution to their problems...

    Ciaran Gowan Written by Ciaran Gowan about 1 month ago 2,853 reads 12 comments

  14. Taking Buyout Would Be Huge Win for Amar'e Stoudemire, Knicks and Playoff Teams

    The New York Knicks and Amar'e Stoudemire never achieved the success they planned on when the power forward took his talents to Madison Square Garden in 2010...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 1 month ago 19,591 reads 40 comments

  15. New York Knicks Have Intriguing Parts, Decisions in Young Backcourt

    New York's backcourt isn't flashy, but there's plenty of talent present. Shane Larkin , Langston Galloway and Tim Hardaway Jr. are cost-efficient athletes with upside...

    Frank Cesare Written by Frank Cesare about 1 month ago 9,519 reads 76 comments

  16. Players Know How to Save 'Watered Down' Knicks-Nets Rivalry

    With Brooklyn playing host to the Knicks on Friday at Barclays Center, the Nets admitted the rivalry had lost all of its juice because both teams have struggled so badly, with Deron Williams unable to even remember when it was hotly contested...

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  17. Knicks Still a Strong Contender for Greg Monroe

    The New York Knicks still appear to be a strong contender to acquire Detroit Pistons big man Greg Monroe before the trade deadline if he is indeed available.....

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 1 month ago 26 reads 0 comments

  18. Carmelo: NY All-Star Game Can Lure Free Agent Targets

    Approaching with the soothing calm of an oasis on a desert horizon, All-Star Weekend is a time for Carmelo Anthony to regenerate and forget the misery of the Knicks ' season.....

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 1 month ago 1,139 reads 0 comments

  19. New York Knicks Must Find Stability from Revolving-Door Starting Lineup

    It's hard to argue that the New York Knicks should fiddle with the starting lineup that has led them to five wins in eight games. But I'm going to do it anyway. The Knicks are currently last in the East...

    Sara Peters Written by Sara Peters about 1 month ago 3,433 reads 28 comments

  20. What Sets New York Knicks Apart as a Free-Agent Destination This Offseason?

    Embrace the letter "M," New York Knicks fans. It could be your ticket to jackpot winnings in the 2015 NBA free-agent market. New York's entire negotiating strategy boils down to three "m" words: money, market and Melo ...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 1 month ago 3,862 reads 10 comments

  21. Melo Excited to Be NYC All-Star Ambassador

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- A week from now, Carmelo Anthony will be New York 's All-Star ambassador as the NBA 's best visit his stomping grounds...

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  22. Who Should Represent Knicks at the Draft Lottery?

    Hi! The Knicks are off again today, so I want to bring back a discussion we were having in the comments the other day. New York is probably going to be in the lottery...

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  23. Fisher Draws the Short End of Triangle

    Team president Phil Jackson may be the only living man in New York who wholeheartedly believes in the triangle offense—and even he admitted this week that his beloved system had failed the Knicks this season...

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  24. Spike Lee to Coach in NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at MSG

    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Spike Lee is going to be directing the likes of Kevin Hart, Common, Anthony Anderson and Mo'Ne Davis.....

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  25. Phil Jackson Needs to Fix Knicks and Not Worry About Legacy

    There must be days when James Dolan, the billionaire blues singer, wants to smash his guitar into pieces when he reads the newspaper.....

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