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Schmeelk: Despite Knicks' Awful Record, Derek Fisher Is Making Progress

By John Schmeelk
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When Phil Jackson decided to hire Derek Fisher prior to this season, everyone knew there were going to be speed bumps along the way for a first-year head coach who had never even been an assistant before. 684 more words

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Report: Knicks, Celtics Have Discussed Rajon Rondo Trade

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Knicks are a franchise-worst 5-22.

They have to do something, right?

It remains to be seen whether team president Phil Jackson will remain patient or make a flurry of moves, but according to ESPN.com’s Marc Stein, the Knicks have talked with the Celtics about acquiring star point guard Rajon Rondo. 226 more words

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Keidel: Blame Who You Want, But The Knicks' Failure Falls On Dolan

By Jason Keidel
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Tyson Chandler returned to New York on Tuesday night, and it seems to have summoned some tears of nostalgia. But it’s hard to understand why. 822 more words

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Report: Every New York Knick not named Carmelo Anthony on the trade block

The New York Knicks have struggled to a 5-21 record and appear ready to start over around All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony.

According to Bleacher Report… 148 more words

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Report: Every Knick besides Carmelo Anthony (and maybe Carmelo Anthony) is available

Could the Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony? Would he waive his no-trade clause?

One report says yes. Melo indicates no.

Regardless of the star forward’s precise feelings at the moment, no Melo trade seems imminent. 200 more words

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Game Recap - Knicks 101, Celtics 95

The struggling Knicks came into tonight’s game in Boston riding a 10-game losing streak, but finally stopped the bleeding with a much-needed 101-95 road victory. Jeff Green put up a game high 28 points and was complemented by a cool 19 from Tyler Zeller, but the sloppy Celtics lacked rhythm and got destroyed trying to defend the pick n’ roll, leading them to their third consecutive loss. 367 more words

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