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Knicks Free Agency: Hit or Miss?

Phil Jackson has had a good last couple of weeks. New York, the city where rebuilding is a bad word and where you must go after stars even though time and time again these stars always reject you, is making smart moves for both the long and short term for the first time I can remember. 866 more words

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Schmeelk: Knicks Did Well With O'Quinn, But Williams Is A Bit Of A Leap Of Faith

By John Schmeelk
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The Knicks’ work in free agency is all but done. They only have their room for their $2.8 million exception left, which they can use to fill out the roster along with minimum salaries players. 987 more words

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Episode 302: Free Agency

Marc and Jay take a look at all the free agency moves, give grades for the Knicks offseason so far, and talk about what else needs to be done… 7 more words

Knicks

Report: Knicks to acquire Kyle O'Quinn in sign-and-trade with Orlando

This is a quality pickup by the Knicks.

Yes, the Knicks just signed Robin Lopez, but they need depth behind him.

Kyle O’Quinn is a smart player with the potential to be a good rotation big. 162 more words

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Knicks not making big moves in free agency

The New York Knicks are obviously in a major rebuild mode so it was expected that they would make a big splash in free agency by making at least one major free agent signing, but they are continuing to lose out on the big players like LaMarcus Aldridge that they wanted. 143 more words

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Trail Blazers have lost too much this offseason to be able to compete

The Portland Trail Blazers have been able to compete fairly well in the western conference the past few seasons as they have made the playoffs 5 out of the last 7 years, but it appears the days of winning for Portland might be coming to an end after losing tons of key players in free agency. 320 more words

Arron Afflalo

NBA Free Agency 2015: Day Four

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Rajon Rondo has been picked up by the Kings on a one-year $10 million deal.

Robin Lopez has officially been signed by the Knicks on a four-year $54 million deal. 327 more words

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