WATCH: New York Knicks are trying to get to know each other

Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony and Jeff Hornacek discuss how the New York Knicks plan on bouncing back from their opening night loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as they try to build chemistry on the court.
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New York Knicks: Walt Frazier Dishes On The Triangle Offense

New York Knicks legend Walt Frazier voiced his opinion on the triangle offense. His advice: either win as a team or lose as agenda-driven individuals. The New York Knicks are attempting to modernize the triangle offense under head coach Jeff Hornacek. He’s not running the system as his exclusive means of generating offense, but it’s still a […] New York Knicks: Walt Frazier...
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Knicks practice notes: Coaches and players admit they were bad at everything on Tuesday

Offense? Sucked. Defense? Sucked. Before we begin, let me just say that this photo is the best thing in the history of the world. KP & Melo. #Knicks— NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) October 27, 2016 The Knicks went through a spirited practice on Thursday morning, and then rode out the gauntlet of media attention following their Opening Night...
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New York Knicks: Walt Frazier Calls Derrick Rose Key To Playoff Hopes

The New York Knicks are in dire need of a postseason appearance. Hall of Fame point guard Walt Frazier believes Derrick Rose will be the key to success. After years of running from contemporary standards, the New York Knicks have finally embraced the need for a high-caliber point guard. New York pursued that elusive presence by trading […] New York Knicks: Walt Frazier Calls...
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New York Knicks: Brandon Jennings Would Have Come To NY For Less

In an interview with Al Iannazzone of Newsday, Brandon Jennings stated he would have joined the New York Knicks for $1 million. The New York Knicks revamped their entire roster in the offseason. Only five players—Carmelo Anthony, Kyle O’Quinn, Kristaps Porzingis, Lance Thomas, and Sasha Vujacic—have returned from last season. After acquiring Derrick Rose, along with […]...
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Knicks’ other strategy for scoring besides hoisting up 3s

Sometimes, there are elements of the good old days that are missing in today’s NBA. Like absorbing elbows, and punches and getting knocked on your butt. “Part of the strategy in basketball that’s changed over the years is nobody gets the other team in foul trouble,” Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said Thursday. “This pick-and-roll stuff...
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11 hours ago

Fun with numbers: Inside the Knicks’ Opening Night beatdown

Brandon Jennings is allergic to open shots; Joakim Noah love passin’ n scrappin’. Hi, friends. Have you recovered yet from the Knicks’ horrendous Opening Night loss to the Cavaliers? Have you blocked the term “superteam” from Twitter? There are still several days until they play again, so let’s dig into some facts and figures from Tuesday. I’ll be gentle ... In one...
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WATCH: Meet the Knicks: Ron Baker's Infographic

Find out all about Ron Baker in this animated infographic.
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Hornacek sure these two Knicks starters will be offensive factors

Joakim Noah and Courtney Lee made their Knicks debuts Tuesday and still are looking for their first points. The two new starters — who signed contracts that have a combined value of $122 million — were 0-for-6 shooting in posting goose eggs in the scoring column. Noah had just one shot attempt, missing an inside...
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Iman Shumpert jokingly calls out Kristaps Porzingis after collision

Cleveland Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert had to exit Tuesday’s season opener early after colliding with New York Knicks big man Kristaps Porzingis, but he’s maintaining a good sense of humor about the whole business. Shumpert was driving late in the third quarter of Cleveland’s 117-88 victory when he inadvertently hit his head on Porzingis’ hip. He was down for several...
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Derrick Rose admits rust, still coming to grips with offense

Derrick Rose wasn’t bad on Tuesday night with 17 points in his New York Knicks debut, but the point guard admitted that he’s not all the way up to scratch yet. Rose, who admitted to feeling nervous before the game, turned the ball over four times to just one assist in the first half, and admitted that it was a combination of rust and coming to grips with the triangle offense...
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Knicks gaining momentum as a Las Vegas long shot

As the NBA season tips off, there are two clear favorites to win the championship in Golden State and Cleveland. But if betting the favorites is too easy, what team is the next best in line for bettors looking to score a few bucks this season? The New York Knicks, apparently. No team has seen their betting odds change as dramatically as the Knicks since the opening lines were first...
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Joakim Noah delivers another potshot at Cleveland’s expense

The New York Knicks are in Northeast Ohio for a Tuesday night match-up with the Cavaliers as the 2016-17 NBA regular season gets underway. And while it’s likely Knicks center Joakim Noah eagerly anticipates playing in his first official game as a member of his hometown NBA team, he clearly wishes he wasn't in Cleveland. The Cavaliers will raise their championship banner into...
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Carmelo wants athletes to do more beyond anthem protests

Carmelo Anthony is all for calling attention to issues of social injustice, but the New York Knicks star feels it is time for those who have been protesting to take the next step. In an interview with Howard Beck and Jonathan Abrams of Bleacher Report, Anthony said it is time for professional athletes and others to go beyond simply taking a knee or raising a fist during the national...
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WATCH: Derrick Rose: “I’m Very Appreciative”

Derrick Rose returned to the Knicks on Saturday afternoon and is preparing for the season opener against the Cavs.
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WATCH: Derrick Rose returns to New York Knicks

After being cleared of charges during his civil trial, Derrick Rose returns to the New York Knicks and speaks to the media about preparing for the season as the Knicks open against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday.
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New York Knicks 2016-2017 Season Outlook

The Sports Quotient team will lead up to the start of the 2016-2017 season with a series of installments, previewing each team’s outlook for the year based on last season and offseason moves. Without further ado:  1) The 2015-2016 Season 2015-2016 was an interesting year for the New York Knicks. Boos and tears rained in Brooklyn after they drafted Kristaps Porzingis fourth overall...
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Derrick Rose found not liable on all counts in rape case

A jury in Derrick Rose’s civil trial Wednesday found the New York Knicks point guard and his two friends not liable in the alleged rape of Rose’s ex-girlfriend, who sued the men for $21 million. A jury Wednesday found NBA star Derrick Rose and two friends did not rape a woman, handing the men a victory in a high-stakes civil trial. — Joel Rubin (@joelrubin) October...
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A much different Jeremy Lin makes his return to New York

In the end, Linsanity ended with a thud, with Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald refusing to open his hotel door room to accept Houston's three-year offer sheet for Jeremy Lin during summer league. The league got involved, and in the end, the Knicks allowed Lin to leave, just five months after he took over the sports world, ruled Madison Square Garden and landed on back-to-back...
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Carmelo Anthony wants NBA to rebrand and expand D-League

As the NBA CBA negotiations loom closer, Carmelo Anthony has an idea about how the NBA should develop young players even further: re-brand the NBA’s D-League. “If I had it my way, I’d rebrand the whole D-League,” Anthony told ESPN. “I’d rebrand it so it’s not seen as a punishment.” The name “D-League” doesn’t sound the most appetizing, to be fair. Anthony...
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WATCH: 1-on-1 with Chasson Randle: What He's Learned From Jennings and Preseason Success's Jonah Ballow goes 1-on-1 with Chasson Randle to discuss what he's learned from Brandon Jennings and preseason success.
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