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Brandon Jennings says he would take Robert Horry's career over Reggie Miller's

It seems to be a popular topic of debate -- rings vs. individual success. The argument reignited this summer when Kevin Durant left the Thunder to join the Warriors, vastly increasing his chances to win his first ring.If you ask New York Knicks point guard Brandon Jennings, he'll take rings over a Hall of Fame career. Jennings told his Twitter followers that if he had a choice, he...
Via FOX Sports
1 hour ago

Brandon Jennings takes swipe at Reggie Miller's career

Ah, the great debate in every sport. If given the choice between a Hall of Fame career and a pile of championships, which would you want your legacy to be? Brandon Jennings’s answer? The rings. That’s why he’d rather have Robert Horry’s resume than Reggie Miller’s. I'm taking Robert Horry Career over Reggie Miller. Any Day! Not a diss to Reggie but 7 rings — Brandon...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Kristaps Porzingis and Brandon Jennings critique their own NBA 2K17 ratings on Twitter

Jennings disses Jared Dudley’s rating like a #TrueKnick Ronnie 2K is at it again. The individual player ratings for NBA 2K17 were released a few days ago, giving dudes around the league a chance to complain and bust each other’s balls. Our own New York Knicks were no exception. We begin with Kristaps Porzingis, who didn’t actually comment. He’s willing to let the fans speak...
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9 hours ago

Ron Baker’s first children’s book, ‘You’re Too Big to Dream Small’, is on sale now!

A spiritual successor to “Rockin’ Steady” We here at P&T have made it no secret that we support Ron Baker — better known simply as “Ron” — in basketball endeavors. But that is not enough! We must also lend a hand to our boy in his burgeoning career as a children’s book author. Earlier this week, Kraken Books started taking orders for Baker’s first book, ...
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1 day ago

New York Knicks: Joakim Noah Fits Phil Jackson’s Philosophy

The arrival of Joakim Noah has sparked excitement and interest in the New York Knicks. Noah fits Phil Jackson’s on-court and off-court philosophy. Since becoming team president, Phil Jackson has sought to not only bring more talent to the New York Knicks, but more high character and conscious players, as well. His ultimate goal has […] New York Knicks: Joakim Noah Fits Phil Jackson’s...
Via Daily Knicks
1 day ago

Friday Night Sensual Knicks: Teammates that train in the pool together win together

Too sexy! Do y’all wanna see a bunch of shirtless Knicks working out in the pool? Of course you do! Our boys Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, Courtney Lee and Sasha Vujacic took to the pool for some team exercise with Gameshape, Inc. and made sure to capture it on Instagram: @nyknicks State of mind. Thanks @sashavujacic @stickity13 @drose @courtneylee for the tough pool...
Via Posting and Toasting
2 days ago

New York Knicks: Kristaps Porzingis Receives NBA 2K17 Rating

New York Knicks phenom Kristaps Porzingis has received his NBA 2K17 rating. Find out what it is and let us know: is too high, too low, or just right? If you own a video game console of any kind, then you’re likely familiar with the NBA 2K series. It’s a wildly successful franchise of basketball […] New York Knicks: Kristaps Porzingis Receives NBA 2K17 Rating - Daily Knicks...
Via Daily Knicks
2 days ago

Knicks: Five Reasons New York Will Make The Playoffs

Major media outlets don’t seem to believe the New York Knicks will make the playoffs. Here are five reasons the Knicks will prove them wrong. From a pure talent perspective, Phil Jackson has made thorough improvements to the New York Knicks’ roster. He’s addressed glaring needs and improved the overall level of talent on the roster. Despite […] Knicks: Five Reasons New...
Via Daily Knicks
2 days ago

Jeff Van Gundy Made Knicks History 20 Years Ago

If you asked anyone in 1996 if we’d still know Jeff Van Gundy’s name 20 years from now, they would’ve laughed. Those same people are probably wishing that they bought Google stock. Twenty years ago this past March, Van Gundy stepped into the national spotlight in a way no one else could. On March 10, 1996, the Bulls entered Madison Square Garden with a 54–6 record. Chicago’s...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phil Jackson’s shocking honesty about bungled Knicks trade

“I think the biggest mistake I made was actually this…” Phil Jackson’s public comments — as well as the written retrospectives he delivers through proxy Charley Rosen — often are shrouded in a thick layer of foggy psychological mumbo jumbo. But there’s nothing vague or indirect about the Knicks president’s stunningly honest confession in a...
Via New York Post
2 days ago

WATCH: 2016-17 Matchups To Watch: Knicks vs. Raptors

The Knicks face the Raptors in a late season matchup with potential playoff implications.
Via New York Knicks
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Boeheim: Carmelo Anthony 'unlikely' to win NBA title

Carmelo Anthony is one of the best players Jim Boeheim has ever coached, and the man in charge of the Syracuse basketball program has always been more than willing to share his thoughts on Anthony’s NBA career — even if they can sound quite harsh. Boeheim said earlier this week that Anthony winning his third gold medal at the Olympics proves he is worthy of a place in basketball...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Derrick Rose: Knicks have chance to win every game

Derrick Rose has a tremendous amount of confidence in the New York Knicks heading into next season. Some would even say he is delusional, and the point guard’s latest remarks will do nothing to quiet those critics. In a recent feature promoting his new adidas shoes, Rose told Nick DePaula of The Vertical he is thrilled to have been traded to a city where “they love basketball...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony tears up while announcing Team USA retirement

Carmelo Anthony has been a member of the USA men’s basketball team since 2004, and Rio marked the fourth Olympics he had  played in. But all good things have to come to an end unfortunately. Anthony announced his retirement after the game, which seemed like the right time. After all, Team USA won the gold medal, destroying Serbia 96-66, and it was even more lopsided than the...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Projecting Year 2 Of Kristaps Porzingis

The traditional downside of playing five shooters together in a small ball lineup is the lack of a true rim protector. Most lineups with five shooters will therefore inevitably give up a lot of points on the other end. Players like Channing Frye and Spencer Hawes are seven footers with legit three point range, but these players generally will not offer the rim protection necessary...
Via RealGM - NBA
9 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Knicks: Get Excited for the 2016-17 Season

After a couple of disparaging years for New York Knicks fans, there is finally something worth getting excited for this upcoming season. With the additions of Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah and Courtney Lee, New York now has a formidable starting five. Their bench depth has been bolstered and they will have a new look on offense, hopefully a little more fast paced, with head coach Jeff...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Breaking Down The New York Knicks 2016-2017 Season

On Thursday, the NBA released the much anticipated 2016-2017 season schedule, and the Knicks appear to have been rewarded for their moves in the offseason. The Knicks have 22 nationally televised games, up from just seven last year. The Knicks also play at MSG on Christmas Day. Here are some key games to highlight on your calendar: at Cleveland Cavaliers (October 25): Not only is...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Knicks’ Phil Jackson reveals what went wrong with Derek Fisher

Derek Fisher and the New York Knicks had an ugly split. Team president Phil Jackson, though, never really made a point to talk about the issues in public—until now. Jackson spoke with Today’s Fastbreak: A divorce and coast-to-coast move with children does put pressure on a person’s life, but that’s the NBA. However, Derek did move the team forward. He was dedicated and he...
Via The Sports Daily
15 days ago  |  Discuss

The future, past and present Kyrie Irving

The crossover was never uncool. It always kind of existed as this necessary tool for the game’s little men to create space against bigger opponents. It’s a defensive mechanism used to create offense. Its function, however, is always secondary to its elements of style. In today’s NBA, a functional team is more important than the inherent coolness of its individual parts. Ball...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Solving The Knicks' Offense With Carmelo Anthony As Stretch-Four

A long round of applause is deserved for all the sunshine Carmelo Anthony singlehandedly generated over the past few weeks. From vocal demands for social justice and equality to various unforgettable Snapchat contributions. We're now midway through The Summer of Melo, and it's a glorious time to be alive. On the court, with the Olympics now in full swing, USA Basketball's veteran...
Via RealGM - NBA
19 days ago  |  Discuss
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