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New York Knicks Mad Toure Murry Signed with Utah Jazz
August 15th, 2014 at 2:30 AM
Toure Murry was the New York Knicks find. They found him, cultivated him, gave him his shot and now they wanted him back to watch him grow on the NBA level. Unfortunately, they have too many guards as it is. As a result, the Knicks has to watch Murry sign...

Could New York Knicks Sign Terrence Jennings?
July 15th, 2014 at 9:48 PM
Last year there were a few stand-out players on the Summer League squad. The three main players to impress were Toure Murry, Jeremy Tyler and Terrence Jennings. Both Murry and Tyler made the Knicks final roster. Jennings joined the Knicks' D-League affiliate the Erie BayHawks. With the Knicks in the market...

New York Knicks Assign Their Youngsters to D-League Affiliate Erie BayHawks
January 30th, 2014 at 10:56 AM
Before everyone goes into a panic. Believe it or not, when the New York Knicks assigned their three young prospects to the Erie BayHawks on Wednesday it was a good thing. However, that didn't reduce the shock of the news that Toure Murry, Cole Aldrich and Jeremy Tyler had been sent...

Jeremy Tyler Could Be Back with New York Knicks Soon
December 5th, 2013 at 1:32 PM
After breaking his foot before training camp Jeremy Tyler was cut by the Knicks. He was later acquired by the Knicks D-League affiliate and monitored closely as he rehabbed and worked his way back to health. Now Tyler is reportedly approaching full health and the ability to begin basketball activities...

New York Knicks’ Chris Smith Assaigned to Erie BayHawks
November 18th, 2013 at 2:30 PM
Almost everyone without the last name Smith agrees that Chris Smith is not an NBA level player. There's nothing wrong with his brother J.R. Smith defending him. After all, he is his brother. However, that doesn't make him any better of a basketball player. Today the New York Knicks sent...

New York Knicks Acquire Jeremy Tyler’s D-League Rights
November 6th, 2013 at 11:11 AM
One young player who was a lock to make the New York Knicks' roster this season was Jeremy Tyler. That was, until he needed surgery on his foot and ended up missing all of training camp and pre-season activities. Instead, Tyler continued his roller coaster career path and found himself...

New York Knicks Attempting to Acquire Jeremy Tyler’s D-League Rights
October 29th, 2013 at 8:00 AM
Jeremy Tyler was a shoe-in to make the New York Knicks roster, and then he wasn't. Tyler was one of five players waived to bring the roster down to 15 players. Tyler wasn't let go because he lacks skills or because the Knicks changed their minds on his future projection....

New York Knicks Need to Fill Three Roster Spots
October 4th, 2013 at 5:07 PM
The New York Knicks have 20 players invited to training camp. While most of the roster is set there are still a handful of players fighting for roster spots. Those non-guaranteed contract players will battle for the three final roster spots on next seasons roster. Who will the team keep...

Anthony Mason Jr. to Play for New York Knicks’ D-League Affiliate Erie BayHawks
October 1st, 2013 at 8:00 AM
Anthony Mason was a fan favorite for the New York Knicks during his time in the Big Apple from 1991-96. Now his son is hoping to develop his skills so he can one day follow in his fathers footsteps and play in the NBA. Anthony Mason Jr.'s journey to the...

New York Knicks Sign Justin Brownlee, Bring Roster to 20 Player Maximum
September 28th, 2013 at 6:00 AM
The last few days have been a bit crazy in New York Knicks land. They signed Josh Powell to come to training camp. They then signed Ike Diogu to come to training camp. They then signed Cole Aldrich to come to training camp. Then, out of nowhere, Glen Grunwald was...

New York Knicks’ Chris Smith Knows Brother J.R. Has His Back Forever
September 21st, 2013 at 8:00 AM
When it comes to brotherly love everyone knows it's a love-hate relationship. Not only is that the person you'd fight tooth and nail for he's often the person you've had the worst run-ins with as well. If you asked the Smith family, J.R. and Chris would admit that's exactly how...

New York Knicks Summer League Stud Terrence Jennings Have Big Apple Future?
September 20th, 2013 at 8:00 AM
When the summer league started it looked like the New York Knicks would have a really fun squad to watch. However, injuries kept the team from playing to its potential and instead the squad struggled. However, there were three main bright spots on the team. Jeremy Tyler stood out and...

New York Knicks in Need of More Melo?
September 1st, 2013 at 8:00 AM
The New York Knicks have pretty much established their roster. All but the final roster spot has been filled. That leaves the question, who will fill the Knicks 15th roster spot? Most believe it will be a center to give them more depth behind Tyson Chandler. The popular thought is...

Former New York Knicks’ Forward Patrick Ewing Jr. Upset Legendary Father Patrick Ewing Hasn’t Gotten Head Coaching Opportunity
June 30th, 2013 at 8:00 AM
New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing has nearly a decade of assistant coaching experience on top of his Hall of Fame playing career on his resume. Yet he's still not been given an opportunity to be a head coach in the NBA. After seeing both Mark Jackson and Jason Kidd...

Could the New York Knicks Call Henry Sims up from Their D-League Team?
February 8th, 2013 at 2:39 PM
As the NBA season has progressed the New York Knicks have proven that they are one of the better teams in the entire league and certainly one to be respected in the Eastern Conference and Atlantic Division. However, age and health has been a concern for their roster all season....

Should the New York Knicks Bring DJ Kennedy Back to the City That Never Sleeps?
September 19th, 2012 at 8:00 AM
While the New York Knicks continue to look for inexpensive depth and fill the last few spots on the roster one player who might peak their interest was just let go by his team. Could D.J. Kennedy, who can play both shooting guard and small forward, give the Knicks depth...

Patrick Ewing Turns Down the New York Knicks Offer to Coach the Erie BayHawks
September 14th, 2012 at 8:00 AM
Patrick Ewing was a great player for the New York Knicks. Although he never brought a title back to Madison Square Garden, and never came through with his repeated promises to do so, he was still an All-Time great. That being said, despite his years of experience as an assistant...

New York Knicks Add Four Players to the Roster
September 12th, 2012 at 7:00 AM
The New York Knicks not only have the task of trying to fill out their main roster with inexpensive talent but also have the D-League roster of the Erie BayHawks to fill out. That's why they added four players to fill out their training camp roster who will have the...