From NBC sports: “He’s a multi-position player that has a world of talent whose athleticism is off the charts. He’s only played two years in the league and just turned 21. There’s a lot of positives and we’ll figure out where we fit him in, and figure out what the best position is for him, [...]
Archive for July, 2010
The final buzzer sounded on the Las Vegas Summer League with a wild 109-107 win in OT. Despite playing without rookie sensation John Wall, the Wiz found themselves up 20 in the 2nd half, led by D-League stars, Lester Hudson and Cartier Martin, as well as rookie Kevin Palmer. But the Knicks put on a [...]
How do the new Knicks stack up historically?
I wanted Chris Taft. If you’re ever talking Knicks with me and I’m ragging on Isiah or Layden, talking about how unfathomable it was to draft Balkman with Rondo and Marcus Williams on the board and the Knicks without a point guard, killing the Steve Francis trade as simultaneously short-sighted and bad for the short term [...]
Ah the summer league… All potential. No consequences. It’s kinda neat actually. Instead of the sturm und drang of LeBrocalypse/obsessively following twitter for rumors about gossip about hearsay, one can watch an actual basketball game. Novel idea, I know For those who missed it (or, you know, have a life), the ‘Bockers lost to the [...]
It can’t be real, can it? It just can’t. Even though the last month of gossip, hearsay, false leads, misdirection should certainly have taught we intrepid fans that just because something appears in print (or online or via that evil tormentor, twitter), that doesn’t make it even vaguely approaching the truth. But like that hep [...]
Multiple sources are reporting that the Knicks have the outline of a deal done with PG Ray Felton, most recently of Charlotte. Early speculation is that the deal is for 3 years at $7 million per (h/t to Knickerblogger’s own Robert Silverman). Update: The Post is now reporting that that the deal is for two [...]