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This Will (Probably) Not End Well

Can Phil Jackson turn the Knicks around? Don’t we already know the answer to that? 791 more words


New York Knicks: James Dolan Should Coach Team

Hours after negotiating a buyout with the Knicks, Metta World Peace said that James Dolan would make a “great coach” for the team. 331 more words


Protected Picks Wring Out Some Sizzle From Trade Deadline Day

Trade deadline day in the NBA isn’t what it used to be, for a variety of reasons. The 2014 Draft has loomed large over this season, making teams leery of doing anything – trading a potentially valuable pick, improving their way out of the right combination of lottery balls – that might get between them and a franchise-altering prospect. 892 more words

The Grass Isn't Always Greener, Although The Cash Can Be

VIDEO: Al Harrington gets the steal and finishes with razzle-dazzle

Al Harrington has been paid more than $86 million in his 16 NBA seasons, peaking at $10 million in 2009-10 with the New York Knicks. 570 more words

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SBM Exclusive Feature: Sports Doppelgangers - Volume 48

When it comes to sports look-alikes, there may be none better than former New York Knicks president Donnie Walsh and Emperor Palpatine.


'Elite' Pacers Ready To Rumble


HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — When coach Frank Vogel was thumping his chest about his Indiana Pacers this time a year ago, swearing to anyone that would listen that they would compete with the best of the best, most of us thought he was getting a little ahead of himself. 937 more words

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Knicks shake it up in the front office

The New York Knicks are reshuffling their front office yet again, according to sources close to the situation. Sources told ESPN.com on Thursday that the Knicks are bringing back former Madison Square Garden president Steve Mills to take a top management position in place of Glen Grunwald, who was promoted to general manager and executive vice president of basketball operations in April 2012 in the wake of Donnie Walsh’s departure. 140 more words