Knicks Morning News (2015.07.06)

  • [New York Times] Minnesota Lynx Back Atop the Western Conference (Mon, 06 Jul 2015 07:19:38 GMT)

    The Minnesota Lynx were the preseason favorite to win the Western Conference and a third WNBA title in five seasons. Until this week, they were looking up in the standings.

  • [New York Times] Big Moves Made, but Dealing Isn’t Done in NBA Free Agency (Mon, 06 Jul 2015 07:04:47 GMT)

    LeBron James is available. Marc Gasol, too.

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    3 thoughts to “Knicks Morning News (2015.07.06)”

    1. The lack of love for Shved is downright scary – didn’t anyone see what I saw ?
      My only explanation is Melo. Any other guesses ? Sure Dolan’s a possible guess, but we can’t blame him for everything.
      Rib injury kept him out rest of season ? or — Lottery hopes kept him sitting to stop him from winning.

      Tis a fool that reaches only for the stars and forgets the flowers beneath his feet !

      Don’t go rushing and forget the Russian.

      6’6″

      Dare I say better than Lin – or here we go again.

      Sorry for the ramble, but Shved’s no gamble.

      I’m all Shved up. Good Luck Alexi on your next team – xxx

    2. I don’t get it, didn’t the Knicks just say that they were interested in bringing him back?

    3. The last money option – 2.6 mil option looks to be going to jason smith. shevd won’t take minimum.

      Last chance for romance.

      Am I wrong – he played great and looked like he had another gear in reserve .

      I’m also surprised at lack of Lin comparisons – unknown pickup shining bright / winning games – etc.

      Also, not much talk about Bargs – who finished very strong – what up ?

      All this talk about Jackson failing and NY losing its alure – who cares ……

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