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 8 years ago '04        #7101
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Wizards guard Mike James told the New York Post on Saturday that he wants to play for the Knicks.

James is hoping that Washington can find a new home for him prior to the Feb. 18 trade deadline and his expiring contract is appealing to New York.

He has appeared in just three games this season, even with Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton suspended for the rest of the year.

"This isn't how I envisioned it," James said. "I want to get out of here. The coach [Flip Sanders] never had me in his plans. I could see [sitting me] if we're winning, but you can't tell me I can't help now."

James played high school basketball at Amityville in New York.


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the feeling is mutual with me, he's one of the two i want from Washington (Mike Miller the other).....gotta make this s**t happen, they want Jefferies and/or Hughes, see what's popping with that.....they are working on a deal for T-Mac neway for Caron aka Eli Porter and Haywood anyway
 8 years ago '07        #7102
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jeffries n Hughes for James and miller throw in another contract to make em match up
 8 years ago '04        #7103
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 INF4MOUS said:
jeffries n Hughes for James and miller throw in another contract to make em match up
they can do that trade str8 up, no need to add another player
 8 years ago '08        #7104
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I think the knicks is packing it in like they did after hell week last year
 8 years ago '06        #7105
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 02-01-2010, 03:50 AM         #7106
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 DRuNk 24/7 said:

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Can you post the McNutty gif and the jersey shore one where the Snickers is getting knocked out?
 8 years ago '04        #7107
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Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni says that the struggling team continues to search for trade possibilities prior to the Feb. 18 deadline.

D'Antoni admitted that the 2010 free agent plan will obviously be a factor in any deal.

"The key is it's got to fit into the plan," D'Antoni said Sunday night. "It's got to be right. I think we as an organization, we're looking all the time, trying to better the team without messing up the long-term plan. It's a tricky thing to do.

"We'll keep looking. [Team president] Donnie [Walsh] will keep looking."
 8 years ago '04        #7108
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The Timberwolves are expected to trade point guard Ramon Sessions this summer if the team is able to reach an agreement to bring Ricky Rubio to the NBA, sources told the New York Post.

Sessions was very close to signing with the Knicks this past offseason, but things don't work out and he landed in Minnesota.

"There were plenty of nights I went to sleep thinking it will be done in the morning," Sessions said of joining New York. "There were a lot of different calls back and forth between Donnie [Walsh] and my agent. At the end of the day, it didn't work out."

Sessions would likely be playing for the Knicks right now had president Donnie Walsh not received firm projections in mid-July that the 2010 salary cap would drop to possibly $50 million.

"It was a numbers thing," Sessions said. "The salary cap dropped. They're looking to land the big guys this summer. They were trying to hold as much as they could. I thought it was going to be done. The next day it was something different."
 8 years ago '04        #7109
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According to a poll of league sources, the Sixers and Knicks are the teams that are most active in trade discussions so far.

The Sixers are looking to unload big contracts like Andre Iguodala and Samuel Dalembert. The Kings have some interest in Dalembert.

The Knicks may seek to shed additional salary ahead of their expected summer free-agent shopping spree.
 8 years ago '07        #7110
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Well damn, looks like our season and playoff chances are basically over. That loss to Minny was the nail in the coffin Typical let down season. That December stretch actually had me believing in this team too.

time to start looking towards the draft. dont we have 2 2nd rounders this year?

Sherron Collins FTW!! :applause:


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 8 years ago '04        #7111
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 Truth B T0ld said:
Well damn, looks like our season and playoff chances are basically over. That loss to Minny was the nail in the coffin Typical let down season. That December stretch actually had me believing in this team too.

time to start looking towards the draft. dont we have 2 2nd rounders this year?

Sherron Collins FTW!! :applause:
yeah we got 2...funny thing is the Mock Draft has us selecting ya boy Collins with the first 2nd round pick

Raymar Morgan from Mich St. is the other pick on NBADraft.net


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 02-02-2010, 04:57 AM         #7112
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 8 years ago '04        #7113
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Knicks guard Larry Hughes has grown a beard and doesn't plan to shave it until he's traded, released or becomes a part of the team's rotation again.

"I'm not going to play," Hughes said. "I know that."

He has logged 15 minutes in two games over the last month. New York coach Mike D'Antoni played Jonathan Bender over Hughes this weekend when Al Harrington was sidelined with an injury.

Hughes was the only available player that didn't take the court in the team's pair of weekend games.

"(My frustration) is as high as it's going to get," he said. "I can't get any more frustrated than I already am."

Hughes is earning $14 million this season and can become a free agent on July 1. He calls January a "month lost" and revealed Sunday that he and his agent are constantly talking about ways to gain his freedom from the Knicks.

"We'll figure this thing out," Hughes said. "Hopefully sooner than later."
 8 years ago '04        #7114
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Alan Hahn

The Knicks had a 6-9 month in January and banished-to-the-bench veteran Larry Hughes played in only two of those games. Hughes played in 12 of the 15 games in December when the Knicks were 9-6, so on the surface -- which is generally as deep as some may care to look -- it suggests Hughes is the difference-maker.

Hell, we'll even toss in the Tuna defense: You are what your record says you are.

There is only one player you can directly a.ssociate with the frustrated Hughes' exile, and that's the previously-exiled Nate Robinson. During his 14-game ban in December, the Knicks were 8-6. Then Mike D'Antoni went back to him on Jan. 1 in Atlanta and a 41-point explosion mushroomed over Phillips Arena.

Now, Robinson's numbers weren't terrible in January. He averaged 13.8 points and 3.5 a.ssists and shot a decent 46.6 percent from the field. So from a numbers perspective, it's difficult to argue that Hughes would be more effective. Especially if you consider that in December, Hughes' best stretch of the season, he wasn't quite lighting it up off the bench. He averaged 8.8 points and 3.7 a.ssists off the bench and, most notably, shot just 32.4 percent from the field.

But, yes, in comparable blocks of the season, the Knicks were winning games when Hughes played and aren't again with Robinson back in the rotation.

And here's where the scale tips in favor of Hughes. Robinson didn't have many big scoring nights after the 41-point performance and his defense always leaves little to be desired. He has this maddening penchant for backpedaling deep into the defensive zone after he makes a basket, which allows the opposing guard to comfortably walk the ball up the court without any pressure. Why not be more aggressive here and on a make jump right into your mark's kitchen and hound him to the timeline?

In Minnesota, Nate actually went all the way back to the foul line after a make and then turned into a traffic cone, as Jonny Flynn motored right by him for a layup. What good are two points at one end when you immediately give up two on the other end?

Hughes played a big part of D'Antoni's zone defense because of his long arms and overall length at the top of the 2-3. Robinson's speed should make him extremely effective in the zone because of his ability to recover, but, again, the honest effort isn't there anymore (at least not after a few games in early January).

Hughes' performance dipped notably after his groin injury kept him out a few games in the middle of the month. It had a noticable impact on his shot, which is already suspect even when he's healthy, and slowed him on defense. Now Robinson is battling a hammy, which could be why his shot has been so inconsistent lately. But you can't blame it on his defense because, let's be brutally honest here, we all know Nate uses defense to recharge his battery. That's just the player he is.

With the playoffs fading quickly and defense falling back into old habits, D'Antoni needs to rethink his rotation, but do you really want to reward a player who has done nothing but gripe and complain -- especially after a 43-point win -- and take shots at the coach in the meantime? You should never let the inmates think they can run the asylum.

Robinson may have that ability for sudden scoring outburts that may help you win a game here or there, but we're seeing the same tendencies as last season, when it all fell apart. Chris Duhon can not handle a heavy workload and the team falls apart once he goes to the bench (which is as alarming as it sounds, all things considered). Robinson has proven he is not comfortable running the offense, which means the Knicks are once again without a true backup point guard (or, as we've argued here before, forcing a true backup to be the starter). Overall, Robinson is pretty much is back to playing the way he wants to play, which brings us back to the asylum line.

Really, rather than moving them around again, perhaps its time for new inmates.

Speaking of which, has anyone paid attention to Tony Allen lately? If the Celtics are still interested in Robinson, perhaps the Knicks reconsider. Allen can play defense and, as we've seen lately, can provide some offensive help. Of course if you take Robinson out of the equation, the Knicks bench, which was outscored 51-8 without Al Harrington on Sunday in Minnesota, would lose a great deal of offense.

Again, how's it working out for you this way?

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A night after the Knicks held their annual "Knicks Bowl," which benefitted the Garden of Dreams Foundation, John Starks is hosting his own celebrity bowling tournament at Lucky Strikes on 42nd Street to raise money for his foundation, which provides college scholarships to disadvantaged high school students. The event is closed to the public, but Starks' work is something to appreciate, especially when you consider his own humble beginnings.

The "3-Point Scholarship" a.ssists financially-challenged families of high school seniors in the New York tri-state and Tulsa, Ok. (his hometown) areas who demonstrate academic excellence and make significant community service commitments. The scholarship to date has helped over 150 students with grants toward college.

The Knicks have raised over $1.5 million for the Garden of Dreams foundation through their annual bowling event since 2000.
 8 years ago '04        #7115
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I don't see it for Feb. 18, but if BOS is ready to pass on Ray Allen, I can see him fit in NYK plans for 2010 (at a fair price, of course).
 8 years ago '04        #7116
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Knicks forward Danilo Gallinari is expected to participate in the three-point shooting contest during All-Star Weekend later this month.

The New York Post first reported Gallinari's expected participation.

Gallinari is shooting 39.6% from behind the arc this season, with 122 made three-pointers, which leads the league.
 8 years ago '07        #7117
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1) f**k... we're cellar bound (above the nets)
2) i'd like to see Ray Ray in a Knicks jerz (for the low)
3) let's make a move for Ramon Sessions... been wanting this dude in blue n orange
4) JJ/Hughes for Mike James/Miller is cool... i'm actually coming around to JJ but f**k his contract
5) Give J Hill and T Doug some more PT
 8 years ago '04        #7118
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for those who want free tickets for tonights game

thenyknicks

At 5:30pm, be here ,find John Starks, show a @TMobile_USA phone & score 2 tix to tonight's game vs. WAS (+ a tee).

this is why i'm on twitter, can get mad s**t if you follow the REAL things and not bots/spam
 8 years ago '04        #7119
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New York Knicks legend and Basketball Hall-of-Famer d*ck McGuire, who helped shape the franchise’s destiny for more than half a century, passed away today on Long Island at the age of 84. He died at Huntington Hospital of natural causes. McGuire, who had been part of the Knicks for 53 of the franchise’s 64 seasons, served the team as a player, head coach, a.ssistant coach, chief scout, and in his most current position of senior basketball consultant. His jersey No. 15 was retired on Mar. 1, 1992 and hangs from the rafters of Madison Square Garden. In 1993, McGuire was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. “d*ck McGuire was the epitome of what it means to be a Knickerbocker: pride, tradition and class,” said Donnie Walsh, President, Basketball Operations. “It was an honor to watch him play for our hometown team and I consider myself very lucky to say I worked alongside a man who shaped the National Basketball a.ssociation for parts of all eight decades of its existence.”
 8 years ago '04        #7120
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The man who has been synonymous with New York City basketball for more than half a century, Hall of Famer d*ck McGuire celebrates his 53rd season as a member of the Knickerbockers in 2009-10.

With the conclusion of the current season, will have touched each of the eight decades of the club's history as player, coach, chief scout, director of scouting services and now as senior basketball consultant...Named to current post in 2006...Has been a Knick for 53 of the franchise’s 64 years (including each of the last 45 seasons).

Long recognized as one of game's greatest judges of talent...Basketball acumen has played major role in the drafting of two-plus decades’ worth of talent, spanning from Mark Jackson, Rod Strickland, Greg Anthony, Hubert Davis and Charlie Ward to Nate Robinson, David Lee, Wilson Chandler and Danilo Gallinari.

Place among game’s immortals was certified in 1993, with long-overdue election to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame...His Knicks No. 15 was formally retired on Mar. 14, 1992...Inducted into Madison Square Garden Walk of Fame in September 2003...Namesake and winner of first annual d*ck McGuire Knicks Legacy Award in March 2009.

Earned All-America honors at St. John's in the 1940's...Knicks' top draft pick in 1949.

During eight seasons as a Knick (1949-50 through 1956-57), notched 2,950 a.ssists, still third-best on all-time franchise list behind Walt Frazier and Mark Jackson...Chalked up then-NBA record 386 a.ssists in 1949-50, which stood as team rookie mark for nearly four decades (broken by Mark Jackson in 1987-88)...Led Knicks to three straight NBA Finals (1951-52-53)...Traded to Detroit in 1957; played three seasons w/Pistons and became player-coach in December 1959...Retired as player in 1960, logging 738 career games with 8.0 points and 5.7 a.ssists...Appeared in seven NBA All-Star Games...All-NBA Second Team in 1950-51.

Succeeded Harry Gallatin as Knicks head coach on Nov. 29, 1965, and has remained with Knicks ever since...Coached Knicks to 1967 NBA Playoffs, ending NY’s seven-year post-season drought and igniting streak of nine straight post-season appearances that included ’70 and ’73 NBA titles...On Dec. 27, 1967, d*ck and Red Holzman exchanged positions (Holzman became head coach, McGuire chief scout and a.ssistant coach)...Compiled a 197-261 mark as an NBA head coach (75-103 with Knicks)...Led Pistons to NBA Playoffs in all four seasons as Detroit's head coach.

Member of both the Garden’s Hall of Fame and Walk of Fame...Enshrined in St. John's University Athletic Hall of Fame, Suffolk County Sports Hall of Fame and New York City Sports Hall of Fame...1990 charter inductee into New York City Basketball Hall of Fame...Honored in 1987 by NBA Coaches a.ssociation.

Brother of late, legendary Marquette coach and analyst Al McGuire, a Knick teammate in early '50s...The McGuires are the only brother combination enshrined in Springfield, and are also enshrined in New York City Basketball Hall of Fame.

83 years young (Jan. 25, 1926; Bronx, NY)...Lives in Dix Hills, NY, with wife Teri...d*ckie and Teri have four grown children - Richard Jr., Leslie, Michael and Scott - and seven grandchildren...Scotty has joined his dad on Knicks' scouting staff since 1988.
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