To win, Phil must build the Knicks like Jerry Krause built the Bulls. Not easy.
Derek Fisher must show he's boss, despite Phil Jackson's presence.
Carmelo Anthony made the right call. Now comes the hard part.
To fix Knicks' issues, Phil Jackson must do so from the inside out.
Matthew Shepard's father sees his murdered son in Jason Collins.
Carmelo Anthony would be a fool to pass on entering the free-agent market.
Without help for Melo, the aging Knicks are doomed to further failure.
If Kobe can win a championship this year he might match MJ's greatness.
As a consultant to the Golden State Warriors, Jerry West has no allegiance to the Los Angeles Lakers, and no interest in seeing them make the playoffs.
If L.A. calls for a Dwight Howard trade, the Nets shouldn't even entertain it.
Melo was soaring versus D'Antoni's team. Until he dropped from the sky.
Mike D'Antoni can't be thrilled his former assistant is making him look bad.
Knicks coach Mike Woodson still has to emerge from Phil Jackson's shadow.
If Baron Davis keeps playing like J-Lin, the Knicks have a shot to go a long way.
Willis Reed couldn't help but dive into the deep end of the Linsanity pool.
If Billy King can't land Dwight Howard, the Nets will arrive in Brooklyn a disaster.