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 4 years ago '10        #9221
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apparently whoever wrote that is from the future
 4 years ago '10        #9222
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link to the Media day pictures
 4 years ago '04        #9223
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can't decide if i should call the vets The Expendables or The GOONies
 4 years ago '04        #9224
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Rasheed Wallace on whether #Knicks can win title & dethrone Miami. “It’s not about the Heat,’’ Wallace said. “It’s about us. We’re trying to go after that golden ball and we definitely have an opportunity to do that from I’ve seen the last few weeks. It’s going to be tough to beat us once we get on the same page. We’re going to try to get the Garden rocking and jumping like it’s a high school or college game.’’
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Sheed also said the only other person he would have unretired for is Larry Brown
 4 years ago '10        #9226
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can't decide if i should call the vets The Expendables or The GOONies
I like the Expendables
 4 years ago '04        #9227
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THE EXPENDABLES IT IS!


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 10-04-2012, 04:17 AM         #9228
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THE EXPENDABLES IT IS!


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 4 years ago '04        #9229
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Wallace's signing attracted a lot of attention, and snark, but reality is this is essentially a tryout. Details:

“This is not something that’s definite," Mike Woodson said of Wallace, who reportedly signed a non-guaranteed deal that only locks in if he makes the final roster. "It’s an opportunity to look at him and see if he has something left and if he has something left I think it would be a positive for our ballclub.”

Make no mistake, however, Woodson is hoping Wallace has something left and therefore the veteran will get every opportunity to prove himself during the preseason. There is also something to be said for the team sticking with Wallace over a player such as Chris Copeland and giving Wallace time during the regular season to get his weight down and conditioning up. His experience, and ability to defend and hit the three, would be most valuable come springtime.
 4 years ago '04        #9230
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Jared Zwerling

Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler will return to London early next year -- and this time, they'll bring their Knicks teammates along for the ride.

The NBA announced on Thursday that the Knicks will square off against the Pistons in a regular-season game on Jan. 17 at The O2 arena. It will be a nice treat (and reunion of sorts) for Knicks coach Mike Woodson, who was a Detroit a.ssistant when the Pistons won the title in 2004.

"I am excited to show our great fans in London what New York basketball is about," he said in a statement. "For Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler to return to the city where they helped Team USA win the gold makes it even more special for our team."

The matchup marks the third regular-season game played in London. In March 2011, the Nets played two games against the Raptors at The O2, and both sold out.

Tickets will go on sale on Oct. 30 at .

"London was the epicenter of global sports this summer, and the Olympics were a tremendous showcase for basketball," NBA commissioner David Stern said in a statement. "Playing our third regular-season game in the city in three years and having historic franchises, like the Knicks and Pistons, serve as our ambassadors provide extraordinary opportunities to further the game's growth and development in the UK and throughout Europe."
 4 years ago '04        #9231
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Jonah Ballow

"While the players are stretching, Woodson just drilled a jumper & did the "Discount Double Check" #Knicks #NBA"

I NEED A CLIP OF THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENING
 4 years ago '11        #9232
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Our Bench's nickname should be "Technical Support". With rasheed and camby, it's only right
 4 years ago '04        #9233
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Do YOU want to be at the exclusive INVITE ONLY Knicks Tip-Off Event featuring the entire 2012/13 Knicks team? Show us why!

The Knicks Tip-Off presented by Chase is an exclusive invitation only event featuring Melo, Tyson, Amar’e and the entire Knicks team with special performances by Swizz Beatz, DJ Clue and the new Knicks City Dancers.

E-mail your best pictures in Knicks gear to and we will select 4 of the most die-hard fans each day leading up to the Knicks Tip-Off presented by Chase on 10/15 (winners will receive 2 tickets each).

Simply attach your image, enter ‘Knicks Tip-Off” in the subject line and tell us your name, address and phone number. Today's contest will end at 5pm. Good Luck!


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 4 years ago '04        #9235
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Stephen Douglas

Just look at the influence veteran – and former retiree – Rasheed Wallace is already having over 22-year-old Iman Shumpert. Rasheed put on his best workout culottes to give the 1-year veteran a lesson in how to shoot three pointers with his left-hand. See, Wallace sees a weakness in a young player’s game – Shump shot just 30% from distance as a rookie – and gives him instruction to help him get better. These are the kinds of things you will only learn in New York Knicks training camp. This season is going to be incredible. Ball don’t lie.
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For every three sharpshooter Steve Novak hits at MSG, dozens more were made back in Brown Deer, WI.

SLAM: Tell us about your hometown.

SN: When I was in third grade, I moved to Brown Deer, which is a suburb of Milwaukee and has about 12,000 people. My dad was the high school basketball coach when we moved there. Pretty much from kindergarten on, after school my mom would pick me up and take me right over to my dad’s practices. I would just go shoot in the gym and hang out while his team practiced.

SLAM: I heard that even before that, your dad put a hoop on your baby crib.

Steve Novak: My dad literally put a hoop on my crib, that’s no joke. I think that’s just part of growing up in a basketball family. I started as early as anybody playing in little Y leagues and stuff like that. My dad was a high school coach since I was born. He was my high school coach. He coached for 26 years at my high school. His dad played professional ball, my dad played in college. My older sister played basketball at Michigan Tech University, she was Player of the Year in her conference her senior year. Then there’s me, and then my little brother, he played at Wisconsin-Oshkosh for three years. And then my little sister is actually in high school now, she’s a senior. She hasn’t committed anywhere yet but she’s a good little player and she’s getting interest from a lot of Division I schools. So it’s kind of the whole family.

SLAM: Was there one place in your hometown that really helped you develop your game?

SN: Brown Deer High School gym. When I was a little guy, I’d get to the gym and I’d ask my dad for a dollar. I’d go get candy out of the vending machine and I would go dump it on the floor and eat it right in the gym. I love being in the gym, I’ve always been that way. And the other place would be the halfcourt my dad built in the backyard of our house. That was really where I started to truly work on my game. Starting in eighth grade, I would make 300 shots every day after school. That was my home court.

SLAM: Sounds like having your father guide you toward basketball was really important.

SN: Yeah, it was huge. I’m reading a book right now called Outliers, and it talks about why people are exceptional, and talks about how you’re raised and the opportunities you’re given and the people that affect you in your life. And I think about my path to where I am today, and there’s no doubt that having my dad as my high school basketball coach and having a court in my backyard, always having the keys to the gym, was huge. He really is the reason I am what I am today.

SLAM: What position did you start out playing?

SN: People always said to me because I’ve always been the tallest kid in my class, I’m like 6-10, or little kids when I speak at camps will always say, “Are you a center?” or “Were you a center when you were my age?” and stuff like that, because I’m obviously pretty tall compared to the little grade school group I talk to. But then you see these guys in the NBA that are like 300 pounds. And I tell them I was just really fortunate because when I started playing, it was on a 10-foot hoop with a men’s basketball on the other end, like, “Go down there and play.” I would just shoot and shoot and shoot. I always enjoyed shooting from as far away as possible, like you’re not supposed to. When I was a little guy, my form was awful. I would shoot from my shoulder because I was always trying to heave it. But I was lucky I think because my dad never said, “You’re a big man” or “You’re a back to the basket guy.” He always allowed me to be a shooter and be a perimeter player.

SLAM: Did you have a favorite player growing up?

SN: When I was little, Jordan was my hero. As I got older and realized what kind of player I was, guys like Allan Houston were who I modeled my game after. Ray Allen, when he was with the Bucks and I was in Milwaukee, he was great to watch because obviously he’s still a great shooter, and somebody that I look at as one of the greatest shooters. I would watch film in college on how he got open off of screens and how quickly he shot the ball. I always looked up to the guys who were shooters.

SLAM: With all the players in your family, what are those backyard games like at family get-togethers now?

SN: It’s great. The other day we were just hanging out in the backyard and shooting, and my older sister swears there is no doubt that she has the best 15-20 foot game in our family. My brother swears he’s still stronger than me and more athletic. And my little sister keeps telling me, “You’ll see, just wait, I’m going to be the best shooter.” It’s hard to convince anyone in my own family that I’m any good. They all tell me that they’re better than me.

SLAM: In high school, you won Gatorade Player of the Year in Wisconsin. What did that mean to you?

SN: It was a huge honor. I think back to the state of mind that you’re in when you’re a high school kid. You’re never really sure if anyone’s going to notice you or if you’re going to get any recognition, or get a college scholarship or that kind of stuff. So at the time, that’s a huge deal, to get an honor like that from Gatorade and it was just cool because I go back there now and I see that banner hanging up. Growing up I had so many people that were believers in me. It’s cool to go back now and see the banners hanging there and it’s there for the community. You can really see that I was a product of the city of Brown Deer. And it’s cool that it’s still there.

SLAM: Then you stayed local and went to Marquette. Why?

SN: When you’re a junior or senior in high school, you don’t really know what you’re committing to. You hope you do, your parents help you. I thought I wanted to go away, I wasn’t sure, I just thought that’s what you did, you went away. In the end, I would do it over the exact same way. I was so happy to be able to have my family see me play. And I played for Tom Crean, who was the by far the best choice I could have made for me. I didn’t know how much it meant to be able to have my friends and family go see me in college. And now I come back and the community that I played college in is still home for me, so it’s really nice.

SLAM: When did you start to think the NBA was a real possibility for you?

SN: My first three years in college, I wasn’t k!lling. It wasn’t like “Oh, Novak’s going to the League.” But it’s something I always dreamed about. I remember sitting once, watching one of the Sunday doubleheaders, Marv Albert doing the commentating, Kobe and Shaq, were playing that day, I don’t even remember who else. But it was when I was little in my room I’d watch those games and just dreaming like, I wanted it so bad. I remember shooting in my backyard and thinking if I make this shot from, say 30 feet away, I’m going to go to the NBA. Trying to make a deal with the devil, almost. Anything to get there. You never really know, but thinking back, I think I felt it for the first time in my senior year when we beat UConn. It was the first Big East game that we played and we beat UConn, I think they were ranked No. 2 at the time. It was Rudy Gay, Hilton Armstrong and Marcus Williams and that whole crew. That was probably my best game in college. I had 41 points and 16 rebounds. I remember Bo Ellis saying something to me after the game. He said something like, “You earned some money tonight young fella.” When someone like Bo Ellis says something to you, you gotta think he knows what he’s talking about.
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"“Knicks Night Live” show premiers October 8th;

“Knicks Training Camp Live” Special Scheduled for October 9th

New York, NY (October 4, 2012) – MSG Network will debut its full slate of Knicks preseason programming on Monday, October 8th with the first installment of “Knicks Night Live” at 9pm, a half-hour Knicks season preview show live from the MSG Studio at 11 Penn Plaza across from Madison Square Garden. The show will highlight that day’s practice at training camp and will include player interviews, practice highlights, and analysis from the Knicks esteemed commentators. For “Knicks Night Live,” Al Trautwig or Bill Pidto (depending on day), will serve as host, while MSG’s Knicks Insider Alan Hahn will break down events from that day’s practice. Interviews from MSG Training Center will be conducted by MSG’s Knicks sideline reporter Tina Cervasio.

The next day, on October 9th, MSG will telecast “Knicks Training Camp Live” from 11am-2pm (repeated that evening from 9pm-midnight), a behind-the-scenes look at that day’s training camp session that will include interviews with players and coaches, and analysis from the MSG Network team of commentators.

“Knicks Night Live” returns on many evenings until the season tips off (full schedule below), in between Knicks Preseason games on MSG. In addition to telecasting all six Knicks preseason games, MSG will also telecast half-hour post-games shows after each preseason tilt – the “Ford Knicks Post Game Show.”

Monday, October 8th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Tuesday, October 9th – Knicks Training Camp Live – 11am-2pm, repeated from 9pm-midnight

Wednesday, October 10th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Thursday, October 11th – Knicks at Wizards – 7pm, followed by Ford Knicks Post Game Show

Friday, October 12th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Saturday, October 13 – Knicks at Celtics – 7:30pm, followed by Ford Knicks Post Game Show

Monday, October 15th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Tuesday, October 16th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Wednesday, October 17th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Thursday, October 18th – Knicks Night Live – 9pm

Friday, October 19th – Knicks at Raptors - 7pm, followed by Ford Knicks Post Game Show

Saturday, October 20th – Knicks at Celtics - 7:30pm, followed by Ford Knicks Post Game Show

Monday, October 22nd – Knicks vs. Sixers – 7pm, followed by Ford Knicks Post Game Show

Wednesday, October 24th – Knicks at Nets –7:30pm, followed by Ford Knicks Post Game Show

As the exclusive local television home of the New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, Buffalo Sabres, New York Liberty and New York Red Bulls, and the official regional sports networks of the New York Giants, MSG Networks telecasts over 400 live professional games per year. MSG Networks also telecasts 150 live college basketball games and over 40 live college football games from top national conferences (SEC, Big 12, Big East, Pac 12, Conference USA), as well as horse racing, boxing and award-winning original programming. In 2012, MSG Networks earned 16 New York Emmy Awards, including 14 for MSG – tops in the New York region for the third year in a row – and two for MSG+. Over the past five years, MSG Networks has totaled 77 New York Emmy Awards, including 69 for MSG – also the most of any New York station or network in that time – and eight for MSG+."



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