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Knicks Looking For Best Turnaround in Franchise History

In the New York Knicks’ 69-year history, their best turnaround from one season to the next is 14 wins. This was done twice, and was done in back-to-back years. 866 more words


Report: Steve Mills, not Phil Jackson, keeping Carmelo Anthony up to date on Knicks' summer efforts

Carmelo Anthony agreed to the Knicks’ rebuilding efforts a year ago when he decided to take their massive checks for five years. He’s committed.

Phil Jackson has spent the summer drafting Kristaps Porzingis and Jerian Grant, then signing Robin Lopez, Kyle O’Quinn, and Arron Afflalo. 276 more words

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Kristaps Porzingis: Knicks Summer Madness

For the Knicks, this week started bad. It was about choices.  Some choices are hard. Some choices are really easy. For one Alexey Shved, his choice was always clear. 682 more words


Knicks and Phil Jackson invest in team-first approach to free agency

The New York Knicks didn’t get an All-Star this summer with their reported $29 million in salary cap space. Team president Phil Jackson instead turned an empty folder with post-it notes into a diversified portfolio of defense and versatility. 512 more words


Phil Jackson says Knicks need to be competitive before big-name free agents will consider them as a destination

The Knicks didn’t make any splashes this offseason in free agency, at least in terms of adding a big-name talent to the roster.

But the moves they did make are the kind that can build a foundation. 415 more words


Knicks, Arron Afflalo reach agreement on free agent deal

The New York Knicks have signed a free agent. Wait. Stop the presses.

The Knicks have reached an agreement with Arron Afflalo on a two-year deal worth $16 million, according to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN. 221 more words


In the Rebuilding Process, Who is Ahead: Knicks or Lakers?

According to Forbes, the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks were the two most valuable franchises heading into 2015 (Lakers at $2.6 billion, Knicks at $2.5 billion). 2,142 more words