• Mike Woodson: Lin Is Starting PG Next Season

    Mike Woodson: Lin Is Starting PG Next Season

    The New York Knicks don’t plan on letting ‘Linsanity’ die down any time soon. Head coach Mike Woodson told Michael Kay on ESPN Radio Monday that Jeremy Lin (6’3”-PG-88, college: Harvard) — who hasnt played since injuring his knee and having surgery in March — will be No. 1 at the point guard position next season. “Right now, he is […]

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  • Glen Grunwald Sees Knicks Retaining Jeremy Lin

    Glen Grunwald Sees Knicks Retaining Jeremy Lin

    There were some other interesting nuggets from general manager Glen Grunwald’s conference call with the media in the wake of Mike Woodson’s new deal with the Knicks. For starters, he told the media that he ‘can’t see a scenario where we don’t keep Jeremy Lin (6’3”-PG-88, college: Harvard).’ Lin will be a restricted free agent this summer and, thanks to […]

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  • Knicks Extend Coach Mike Woodson

    Knicks Extend Coach Mike Woodson

    The New York Knicks liked Mike Woodson so much they never even considered calling Phil Jackson during their coaching search. So said Knicks GM Glen Grunwald on Friday night, when the team named Woodson their next head coach. Woodson, who served as interim head coach for the final 24 games of the regular season and the playoffs, signed a multiyear […]

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  • Jeremy Lin’s Agent Says Knicks Deal No Slam Dunk

    Jeremy Lin’s Agent Says Knicks Deal No Slam Dunk

    Free agency is 5 1/2 weeks away, but Jeremy Lin’s (6’3”-PG-88, college: Harvard) agent already is setting the groundwork for what could be a complicated negotiation. Roger Montgomery, in a rare interview, told The Post nothing is assured regarding Lins Knicks future, despite interim coach Mike Woodsons declaration the global phenom – who becomes a restricted free agent on July […]

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  • Jeremy Lin Named To USA Select Team

    Jeremy Lin Named To USA Select Team

    New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin (6’3”-PG-88, college: Harvard) is one of 13 players who have been named to the USA Select Team — the team that will scrimmage with the United States’ Olympic basketball team — U.S. media reported Monday. One report speculated that Lin’s inclusion was helped by the presence of Mike D’Antoni, Lin’s former coach with the […]

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  • Amar’e Stoudemire Wants To Play With Steve Nash In New York

    Amar’e Stoudemire Wants To Play With Steve Nash In New York

    The Miami Heat had barely finished putting the New York Knicks out of their mysery for the season, and  was already beginning his recruitement of prized free agents. Most Knicks fans made themselves feel better last night by dreaming of a full season with a healthy Jeremy Lin next year, but Stoudemire had other, grander ideas. STAT told the media […]

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  • Jeremy Lin Won’t Play In Game 4 Of The Knicks/Heat Series

    Jeremy Lin Won’t Play In Game 4 Of The Knicks/Heat Series

    Linsanity and his surgically repaired left knee will likely have to wait until next season to play again, as Jeremy Lin smartly elected not to suit up for the seemingly doomed Knicks in Game 4. Per the NY Daily News: “Jeremy Lin, one month removed from knee surgery, has ruled himself out of Game 4 of the Knicks-Heat first round […]

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  • Jeremy Lin Not Ready For Game 3

    Jeremy Lin Not Ready For Game 3

    After Wednesday’s practice at the New York Knicks’ training facility, point guard Jeremy Lin participated in a 3-on-3 full-court scrimmage as he continues to make progress after his April knee surgery. Despite Lin taking contact and making some aggressive moves to the basket, Knicks coach Mike Woodson said Lin will not play in Game 3 Thursday night at Madison Square […]

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  • Four Seasons (By Hoopistani)

    Four Seasons (By Hoopistani)

    How much can you go through in four months and 66 games? Ask the New York Knicks, who in one single season of basketball, have gone through four different types of seasons themselves. Between opening night (December 25, 2011) and the last game of the regular season (April 25, 2012), the Knicks have had two head coaches (Mike D’Antoni and […]

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  • Knicks Delayed Jeremy Lin Injury Announcements To Sell Playoff Tickets

    Knicks Delayed Jeremy Lin Injury Announcements To Sell Playoff Tickets

    The New York Knicks announced that Jeremy Lin’s remarkable season had come to an end on Saturday, but they reportedly knew he wouldn’t suit up for another game this season well before that. According to a report in the NY Daily News, the Knicks held off the news until they made sure they had milked a few more bucks out of […]

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