Newsday's Al Iannazzone takes you inside the Knicks.
The Knicks will hold an “Orange and Blue” Open scrimmage Sunday at Columbia University.
Doors open at 10 and the practice/scrimmage will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Knicks will head to Toronto afterward for a two-game trip against the Raptors and Bucks in Green Bay. The Knicks play their last preseason game Oct. 25 vs. Charlotte at the newly renovated Garden. The regular season opens...Read more »
The Knicks still have four preseason games remaining and they clearly have some decisions to make regarding their last roster couple of roster spots.
Twelve players have fully guaranteed deals. C.J. Leslie and Jeremy Tyler have partial guarantees.
But Tyler is rehabbing from foot surgery and Leslie hasn’t stood out through these three preseason games. He’s averaging 2.3 points and 1.7...Read more »
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 »
Iman Shumpert knocked down all seven shots he took last night, and was as animated on the court as he has been at any time in his NBA career – and this was a preseason game.
Shumpert shouted things after his makes, came to the huddle during timeouts very intense and still talking.
“That’s how I play,” Shumpert said after his 18-point night. “That’s how I play. I ain’t going to be quiet...Read more »
PROVIDENCE - Iman Shumpert revealed he took about three to four weeks off in the offseason because of soreness in his surgically repaired left knee.
Mike Woodson said "some nicks and bruises" kept Shumpert from doing some of the things the Knicks wanted him to do in the summer, and that he wasn't "in great shape" when camp started.
Shumpert, who tore his left ACL...Read more »
Providence - Mike Woodson said Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith will compete for the Knicks’ starting shooting guard spot this season.
Woodson said Shumpert has “the jump” because he’s healthy. But he still wants to see more from the third-year guard.
The competition may not come until the end of preseason or into the season as Smith continues his rehab from two offseason surgeries on his...Read more »
GREENBURGH – Iman Shumpert was just happy it wasn’t his left knee.
Shumpert was held out of Knicks’ practice today after suffering a sore right shoulder during a 3-on-3 drill Wednesday. Shumpert said it’s “minor,” and plan is just to rest it right now.
“Nothing major,” Shumpert said. “They just want to make sure that I’m healthy. First time I’ve been healthy so they just want to make...Read more »
The Knicks signed onetime Net Chris Douglas-Roberts today, and waived forward Justin Brownlee.
Douglas-Roberts, 26, holds career averages of 7.5 points in 161 games over four seasons with the Nets, Bucks and Mavericks.
The 6-foot-7 swingman, who played his college ball at Memphis, averaged 17.9 points, 6.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists for the Texas Legends of the NBA D-League last year.
"I...Read more »
GREENBURGH - Next to Amar’e Stoudemire’s name on the injury report was “limited practice.” Mike Woodson said Stoudemire shot around during the Knicks’ first workout of training camp, and reiterated that they would take it slow with him.
Woodson couldn’t commit to Stoudemire, who has had three knee surgeries within the last year including one over the summer, being available when the season...Read more »
Mike Woodson is no-longer a coach on the last year of his contract.
The Knicks announced that they picked up the 2014-15 option on Woodson’s deal. Woodson is 72-34 in his 1 ½ seasons as Knicks coach.
Woodson, who replaced Mike D’Antoni in 2012, He guided them to 54 wins and their first Atlantic Division title in 19 years last season. The Knicks also won a playoff series for the first...Read more »