I did one of these last week but then the Knicks traded everyone, so now let’s take a new look at the Knicks’ cap situation heading into free agency at midnight, July 1st. Enjoy!
Thursday's Knicks Links: Time for Phil Jackson to do his job
Sources: Knicks strong favorites to land Noah
The Knicks are set for a summer of change, with just five players under contract for next season and an expected $30 million to spend under the salary cap.
Miami President Pat Riley is a big fan of the symbolic 12:01 a.m. phone call to his team’s top targets. San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich says he would rather be sleeping at that moment. And more than $1 billion in deals will likely be hammered out in the next couple of days alone.
The Golden State Warriors extended qualifying offers to forward Harrison Barnes and center Festus Ezeli on Wednesday, making them restricted free agents.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Perhaps one reason Carmelo Anthony was so moved by new coach Jeff Hornacek watching his recent workouts is the new Knicks coach traveled into Manhattan to do so. Hornacek watched a couple of Anthony's sessions at Anthony's own gym, Terminal 23, in midtown — not at the club's Tarrytown facility. They talked…
The NBA's annual meat market starts at 12:01 a.m. Friday, and figure within seconds players, agents and team executives will be chatting, schmoozing, promising and lying all over the landscape. And multiple sources swear some of the players talking will not be named Kevin Durant. Of course, the Thunder superstar is the guy on everyone's…
In 1971, Spencer Haywood sued for the chance to join the draft without completing four years of college. Now he is pushing for the rule that allows underclassmen into the N.B.A. to bear his name.
Dwyane Wade still has every hope of finishing his NBA career in the same manner that it began, wearing a Miami Heat uniform.
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that San Antonio Spurs star Tim Duncan has exercised his contract option for next season but is still mulling his playing future.
Wednesday's Knicks Links: Possible free agent center options
German sportswear firm Adidas has signed a deal with the Wanda business empire of China’s richest man Wang Jianlin to sponsor two of Wanda’s endurance events, promote soccer and basketball in the country and open stores in Wanda’s malls.
Tuesday's Knicks Links: Derrick Rose trade 'reinvigorated' Carmelo Anthony
Source: Six teams scheduled to meet Durant
Monday's Knicks Links: New York still hoping to land meeting with Durant
Summer in the city. The City That Never Sleeps. Where, not to worry, there is no calm around here after the LeBron-versus-Warriors storm. New York sports fans can bemoan the paucity of championships, but their insatiable appetite always remains whetted by the smorgasbord of stars and events that come their way. In chronological order: 1….
The position of point guard for the New York Knicks ought to carry the same weight, the same gravitas, and the same roster of excellence that center field for the Yankees always has. New York, after all, long fancied itself as the cradle of point guards, and even if there are plenty who will line…
Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony will be together Monday for a press conference in Manhattan to announce the U.S. Olympic team that will be competing in Rio in August. Former Post basketball writer Peter Vecsey, on WFAN, said Anthony and Durant were at a dinner together Friday. The two, having grown up in the Baltimore/Washington…
The oft-injured former M.V.P. said he was grateful to his hometown Chicago Bulls for trading him and giving him the opportunity for “another start.”
Despite the Derrick Rose trade, the Knicks haven't landed on Kevin Durant's short list. According to The Vertical, Durant's Roc Nation agency, based in Manhattan, is arranging meetings in New York starting July 1 with the Warriors, Celtics, Clippers, Heat and Spurs and Durant's own team, the Thunder. The long-shot Knicks would like a sit…