Knicks Morning News (Friday, Jul 20 2012)
If fans in Houston are not quite swept up in Linsanity the way New Yorkers were, at least the Rockets know that Jeremy Lin could give them continued resonance in the vast basketball markets in Asia.
Raymond Felton, who struggled last season playing for Portland, has wanted to return to the Knicks ever since he was traded to Denver in the deal for Carmelo Anthony.
James L. Dolan, the Madison Square Garden chairman, has been unwilling to do what he continually asks of Knicks fans: keep the faith and invest in the potential for success.
The former N.B.A. star Dennis Rodman met his estranged father after 42 years of separation, following an exhibition game in Manila.
The Nets held a nice-that-you’re-still-around news conference for the 7-footer Brook Lopez, who had been dangled as a piece in the Dwight Howard trade talks.
Jeremy Lin and his new Rockets teammate Chandler Parsons went out to dinner the night before Lin’s introductory news conference in Houston.
Jeremy Lin figured he’d be having this kind of news conference in New York.
Landry Fields signed a contract with a new team but says he enjoyed his time in New York. Sound familiar?
Houston’s Lin Dynasty launched with a crowded welcoming press conference on the Rockets’ practice court Thursday afternoon.
Less than two days after Lin’s Rocket relaunch became official, Houston fans and business owners spent their Thursday afternoon dreaming of an electric basketball season.
After analyzing the rocky spin attached to Jeremy Lin’s departure from the Knickerbockers, and sifting it into sand, a couple of stunning conclusions can be drawn.
The Yankees hate the Mets, the Mets hate the Yankees and everybody in New York hates Boston. Giants and Jets supporters have been at each other’s throats for years â?? while hating New England, of course. Now there is a new, legitimate rivalry not for area but city bragging rights…
Raymond Felton respects what Jeremy Lin did playing point guard for the Knicks last season. Felton just thinks he’s the better man for the job.
“I am a competitor. I am a point guard just like he is, so do I think I am better? Of course, I am…
It wasn’t exactly the type of press conference that will live in Linfamy.
Either in New York or in Houston.
Jeremy Lin met the media in his newest adopted hometown yesterday, and if the point guard truly didn’t want to leave the Knicks, as he told Sports Illustrated…
As if to prove the Garden’s Jim Dolan/Cablevision Era is one of wonder and blunder â?? using $100 bills to light exploding cigars â?? Monday, with Jeremy Lin just about gone, Dolan’s MSG Network aired this year’s Leap Day Cavs-Knicks game from Dolan’s Garden.
On a strange…