Newsday's Al Iannazzone takes you inside the Knicks.
TORONTO – Steve Novak never wanted to be traded by the Knicks, never wanted to leave New York. But the sharpshooter was the key piece in the deal that brought the Knicks new starting power forward Andrea Bargnani.
“I didn’t expect it,” Novak said after the morning shootaround. “ You understand this is the business we’re in. New York felt like home. It was a place I love to play and I miss....Read more »
After the Knicks edged the Celtics, 103-102, on Wednesday night in what was a fun game to watch, Metta World Peace provided the postgame entertainment.
Refreshingly candid and filter free, the man formerly known as Ron Artest offered some gems outside the Knicks locker room in Providence. Here are a few:
On why he’s still wearing purple and gold sneakers instead of blue and orange, the...Read more »
Andrea Bargnani is officially a Knick.
The team completed the trade for the 7-foot Italian shooter this afternoon. The Knicks sent Marcus Camby, Steve Novak, Quentin Richardson (via sign-and-trade), 2016 first-round pick and second-round choices in 2014 and 2017 to Toronto for Bargnani.
The trade was agreed upon July 1, but couldn’t be finalized until today’s end of the NBA moratorium...Read more »