Amin Elhassan looks at the New York Knicks, whose season is just about sunk. So who should they keep for next season, and who's got to go?
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With Phil Jackson joining the New York Knicks' front office, Amin Elhassan examines how Carmelo Anthony might fare in the triangle offense.
P.J. Carlesimo, Avery Johnson and George Karl discuss a number of topics such as the future of the Knicks and potential rule changes they'd like to see in this month's edition of Coaches Corner.
Tom Haberstroh looks at which other head coaches could be feeling the heat in the wake of Mo Cheeks' firing in Detroit.
Though Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant are both adept scorers, Durant is considered a superior player. Bradford Doolittle explores the reasons why that is the case.
New York believes it can land the Celtics' Rajon Rondo ... but with what?
Tom Haberstroh and Kevin Pelton examine 10 stats to know for the Christmas Day slate on ESPN and ABC.
Bradford Doolittle writes why the Knicks' future appears bleak. He points to bad contracts, an aging roster and no first round pick as reasoning.
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Even though Jeremy Lin won this round, the guards the Knicks put around Melo are a better fit
Thanks to their high-powered offense, the Knicks appear headed toward a magical season.
After years of not worrying about money and fit, the New York Knicks pass on Jeremy Lin's hefty deal.
Larry Coon says there are several external factors that will compel the Knicks to match Houston's offer sheet to Jeremy Lin.
Bradford Doolittle says the New York Knicks did nothing but get older and more expensive while the New Orleans Hornets have built a talented young nucleus.
Neil Paine says the New York Knicks' defense is better without Amare Stoudemire.