Knicks Morning News (2015.07.09)

  • [New York Times] New Stat-Tracking Coming to NBA Summer League (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 06:49:41 GMT)

    Diving for loose balls, getting a hand in passing lanes for a deflection, being close enough to contest a shot, or sacrificing the body and taking a charge.

  • [New York Times] Jordan Spurns Mavericks for Clippers After Teammates’ Plea (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 05:25:38 GMT)

    DeAndre Jordan gave the Dallas Mavericks his word. Then he gave the Los Angeles Clippers his signature.

  • [New York Times] Sports Briefing | Pro Basketball: N.B.A. Salary Cap Is Set (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 04:51:46 GMT)

    The N.B.A. salary cap has been set for next season at $70 million, a higher-than-expected number that paves the way for free-agent contracts to be signed.

  • [New York Times] DeAndre Jordan Rejoins Clippers, Spurning Mavericks (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 04:45:46 GMT)

    DeAndre Jordan reneged on his oral agreement to join the Mavericks and re-signed with the Clippers, who had sent Coach Doc Rivers and several players to persuade him to return.

  • [New York Times] More Than 15,000 Show Up to Watch Timberwolves Scrimmage (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 04:31:38 GMT)

    With a between-the-legs slam dunk and a 3-pointer from the top of the arch, No. 1 overall draft pick Karl-Anthony Towns made quite an impression in his first action in front of Minnesota Timberwolves fans.

  • [New York Times] Overhauled Knicks Set to Take the Court (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 03:21:57 GMT)

    The Knicks are aiming for a slow rebuild of their roster, a revamp that will continue over the next couple of weeks as their summer-league team competes in five games.

  • [New York Times] AP Source: Free Agent Jeremy Lin Agrees With Hornets (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 02:37:38 GMT)

    The Charlotte Hornets have agreed to a contract with free agent Jeremy Lin, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday night.

  • [New York Times] NBA 2015-16 Salary Cap Rises to All-Time High of $70 Million (Thu, 09 Jul 2015 01:16:41 GMT)

    The NBA salary cap was set Wednesday for next season at $70 million, a higher-than-expected number that paves the way for free agent contracts to be signed.

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