(Photos) NBA: Patrick Ewing, Spike Lee, Kobe, Reggie Miller & More Pay Respect To Anthony Mason


Based on how Anthony Mason carried himself and the way he played the game of basketball, you knew alot of people involved with the league are going to want to show respect to Mason and his family on this tough day. Everyone from Phil Jackson, Kobe Bryant, to former teammates like Patrick Ewing & Charles Oakley and even former rival Reggie Miller spoke on the life and legacy of the one we knew as Mase! Check out the gallery to see their heartfelt comments and keep reading for more.

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NBA: A Look Back On The Career Of Anthony Mason & Why New York Loved Him So Much


Hearing about the death of a loved one is something you can never be prepared for and one of the toughest things to deal with in life. Even when you have an idea that things do not look good for someone you care about, when they pass on to the other side, the feeling of loss is still the same. Today, Knicks fans and basketball fans around the world are mourning the loss of one of our own guys, MR. New York himself, Anthony Mason. He was a basketball player, he was a Knick, but most of all he was one of us.

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NBA: Phil Jackson Rips the Knicks’ Effort on Twitter After Blowout Loss to Cavaliers

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The New York Knicks suffered a 101-83 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.  The 18-point blowout extended the Knicks losing streak to seven games and dropped them to an NBA-worst 10-45 record.  Knicks president Phil Jackson was very disappointed in their effort and took to his Twitter account to express his thoughts on the matter.

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NBA: Knicks Finally Ready to Rule Carmelo Anthony Out For the Rest of the Season


As expected the New York Knicks will officially rule Carmelo Anthony out for the rest of the season.

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NBA Report: Amar’e Stoudemire Will Join The Mavericks


After negotiating a buyout with the New York Knicks over the weekend, Amar’e Stoudemire will be joining the Dallas Mavericks!

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NBA: Carmelo on Amare Leaving: “One of the main reasons I’m a New York Knick today was because of him”


During the NBA All-Star game on Sunday night, Frank Isola of the New York Daily News dropped a bombshell that Amar’e Stoudemire and the New York Knicks reached a buyout agreement.  It was reported that the decision would come during the All-Star break but the timing was still shocking as it happened during the game.  It left Carmelo Anthony very vulnerable as he knew he would face a slew of reporters from all over the country in town for All-Star and they all would have one topic to now ask him about.

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NBA: Several Playoff Teams Are Interested in Signing Amar’e Stoudemire


Amar’e Stoudemire’s turbulent time with the New York Knicks is finally over.  Stoudemire, who was in the final season of a five-year, $99.7 million contract, reached a buy out agreement with the Knicks and intends to sign with a team in playoff contention after clearing waivers.  There were earlier reports that the Golden State Warriors are interested in signing in STAT but recent reports have debunked that.  Still there are other big teams reportedly interested in signing Amar’e.

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(Video) NBA: Legend Charles Oakley Calls Knicks Owner James Dolan A Diva


The retired New York Knicks’ center talked it up with interviewers, explaining how hard it is for him to get in touch with current Knicks’ owner, James Dolan. He calls the team owner out on rude comments & discusses how Dolan refuses to meet with him, calling him a diva who can’t be touched! Check footage after the jump…

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NBA: Oh No! Knicks Legend Anthony Mason Reportedly Fighting For His Life In Hospital

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Anthony Mason, who’s best known for his time as part of the Knicks in the 90’s, is currently fighting for his life after suffering from heart attack. Hit the jump for details.

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NBA Report: Warriors ‘Would Definitely Have Some Interest’ in Amare Stoudemire


Amare Stoudemire is in the final year of his infamous contract with the New York Knicks, one that will pay him more than $23 million this season.  There’s been reports that Stoudemire will consider a buyout if he can go to a championship contending team.  Well it looks like a major team would welcome him with open arms.

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