NBA: Patrick Ewing Wants to be Considered for Knicks Head Coach Job

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Phil Jackson is reportedly strongly pushing for the New York Knicks to retain Kurt Rambis as head coach of the team.  There’s a former Knick however who wants the job, Patrick Ewing.


NBA: Sources Say Phil Jackson is Pushing to Keep Kurt Rambis as Knicks Head Coach

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Kurt Rambis was moved up from assistant coach to head coach after the New York Knicks fired Derek Fisher.  It has been his audition and now sources say the Knicks are giving him strong consideration to make him their full-time head coach.


NBA: Carmelo Anthony Looking Forward to Olympics to Know What ‘Success Feels Like’

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The New York Knicks are in the midst of another losing season and it’s weighing heavy on Carmelo Anthony.  The star player says he’s looking forward to playing in the Olympics to finally experience success.


NBA Report: Dwight Howard is Interested in Joining the Knicks

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The New York Knicks are expected to be very active during the upcoming NBA free agency with president Phil Jackson along with the help of Carmelo Anthony ready to get out there and recruit.  It’s already clear that they have interest in Rajon Rondo, and Kevin Durant has reportedly already ruled them out; but now we have another name, Dwight Howard.


NBA Report: Sorry Knicks Fans, Kevin Durant Isn’t Coming

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The Washington Wizards, Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers are among the teams mentioned as a possible destination for Kevin Durant.  New York Knicks fans have held out hope that there might be a small chance to land the major upcoming free agent but Durant reportedly does not have the Knicks on his list.


NBA: Carmelo Anthony Says Rajon Rondo Would Be ‘Perfect’ For the Knicks

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The Knicks have a lot of work to do but one main piece they’re missing is a point guard.  Carmelo Anthony says landing Rajon Rondo would be ideal; and this time around Melo is willing to step up and go all out to help the Knicks land a big free agent.


NBA: Carmelo Anthony Points to James Dolan & Tells Heckler to Ask For His Money Back

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Whatever optimism New York Knicks fans had, has dissipated quickly.  They’ve lost 15 of 18, with its past two games by an average of 18 points, including a 104-85 loss to the Portland Trailblazers on Tuesday night.  During the blowout, one fan made his frustrations known by heckling Carmelo Anthony throughout the night.  Anthony had a simple solution, he told the heckler to ask for his money back.


NBA: Did Amar’e Stoudemire Throw a Shot at Carmelo Anthony? Carmelo Responds

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Jeremy Lin went from an undrafted unknown player to a household name after breaking out during the 2011-12 season with the New York Knicks.  With Carmelo Anthony injured, Lin rose to the occasion, becoming the new star of the team and even earning the name Linsanity.  When Anthony returned, there were reports that he didn’t like Lin and that the two couldn’t play together. After just 35 games with the Knicks, the Houston Rockets offered Lin a three-year, $25 million contract with a “poison pill” that Knicks decided not to match.  Lin and Anthony’s former teammate Amar’e Stoudemire, who now plays for the Miami Heat, commented on the situation prior to his return to Madison Square Garden on Sunday.


(Video) NBA: Carmelo Anthony Reacts to “Let’s Go Heat” Chants at MSG

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New York Knicks fans became optimistic about this season after seeing the production of rookie Kristaps Porzingis, but as the season progressed, it became clear that there’s still a lot of work left to be done.  On Sunday night “Let’s Go Heat” chants broke out in Madison Square Garden as Miami blew out the Knicks 98-81.  During his postgame interview, Carmelo Anthony expressed his disappointment over the chants.


NBA Report: Kevin Durant Would Consider Knicks in Free Agency If They Hire This Coach

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As I explained before, the closer we get to Kevin Durant’s free agency, the more reports will surface about his possible destination.  We’ve had reports about the Lakers and Warriors; the next team up is the New York Knicks.


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