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2019 Schedule
29-53, 4th in Atlantic
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5d

D'Antoni: Melo 'better fit' with Rockets than NYK

Mike D'Antoni says Carmelo Anthony will be a "better fit" with the Rockets than he was with the Knicks, and he won't have a problem coaching the veteran forward in Houston after their falling out six years ago in New York.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks are strongly considering adding former Orlando Magic scouting coordinator John Halas to the organization, league sources told ESPN. Halas worked with Knicks general manager Scott Perry in Orlando. Halas is expected to be added to the Knicks' scouting department.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks owner and MSG chairman James Dolan and his band, JD and the Straight Shot, played a song on Fox 5 on Thursday called "I Should Have Known." Dolan said the song was about friends he knew, including Harvey Weinstein "and others", who were said to have sexually assaulted or abused women. "What did I miss?" he said. The Fox 5 crew asked Jim Dolan about Harvey Weinstein, which was the right question. It would have been interesting to hear Dolan's answer if they'd asked about a jury ruling that MSG had to pay $11.6 million to Anucha Browne-Sanders in a 2007 sexual harassment suit. My guess is Dolan would have echoed a statement that MSG put out in 2015 about the suit: "We did not believe the allegations then, and we don't believe them now," the statement read. "We feel strongly that (then Knicks president) Isiah Thomas was held responsible for sordid allegations that were completely unrelated to him, and for which MSG bore responsibility. In fact, when given the opportunity, the jury did not find Isiah liable for punitive damages, confirming he did not act maliciously or in bad faith."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James and the Lakers come to Madison Square Garden on St. Patrick's Day (3/17) for a noon game; The Knicks host Golden State on 10/26 at 7:30. Kyrie and the Celtics' first visit to MSG is on 10/20 (7:30 PM).

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks will have five nationally televised games, including when Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics travel to Madison Square Garden on Feb. 1 (ESPN). New York opens the season at home against Trae Young and the Hawks on Oct. 17. The Knicks play the Pacers twice on national television (ESPN), host the Bucks on Christmas Day (ESPN) and travel to Boston for a TNT game.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

In an interview on Fox 5 in New York, Knicks and Rangers owner James Dolan said that neither team is for sale. He also played a song, "I Should Have Known" about friends he knew, including Harvey Weinstein "and others", who were said to have sexually assaulted or abused women. "What did I miss?" he said. Dolan was on the board of the Weinstein company.

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9dAdrian Wojnarowski and Ian Begley

Sources: Knicks still plan to part ways with Noah

Barring a trade, the New York Knicks still plan to part ways with center Joakim Noah prior to the start of training camp, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ian Begley.

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10dIan Begley

LeBron to face Rockets in first L.A. home game

The Los Angeles Lakers face the Golden State Warriors to highlight the Christmas Day schedule, and LeBron James' home debut as a Laker will be against the Houston Rockets on Oct. 20, the NBA announced in releasing part of its schedule.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks veteran Lance Thomas hosted a youth clinic at New Heights' Summer Academy today. Thomas said it was ‘big time' to be able to give back to the NYC AAU program/educational organization he was with as a younger player. "It's great to see what they've become."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

After hosting a New Heights youth clinic, Knicks veteran and Brooklyn-born Lance Thomas took some time to talk about the Knicks. Here's what he said about playing for the Knicks as a New Yorker: "The way I was brought up, the way I was taught this game, wearing a Knicks uniform means probably a lot more to me than it does to anybody else on the roster. Anytime I step on the floor, I actually have a chance to represent New York. And I'm always going to do that to the utmost."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks veteran and New Heights alum Lance Thomas hosted a youth clinic at the program's Summer Academy. He took some time to talk about NYK after the clinic. Here, he talks about turning things around in New York. “We haven't had the seasons that we want to record and success-wise. That doesn't mean that guys aren't learning how to be professionals when it turns around, it's going to turn around and it's going to be an amazing thing. There's nothing like winning in New York. We've got to continue to just make sure that everyone is on the same page and is committed to turning this thing around because it needs to turn around sooner than later.”

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks veteran and New Heights alum Lance Thomas hosted a youth clinic at the program's Summer Academy. He took some time to talk about NYK after the clinic. Here, he talks about his impression of trainer Marcell Scott, who has worked closely with Knicks' second-round pick Mitchell Robinson: "I know if he worked out with Marcel Scott, he's going to be ready to play. Marcell has always pushed me throughout my career. He's probably one of the best trainers out there, under the radar because he's not a big social media guy. He doesn't really care about that, he cares about (working) with guys. He hasn't put out a player who hasn't 1. Been a dog and 2. (has) been in the league for a short stint." Thomas said Robinson looked like a ‘freak athlete' during Summer League and that he's looking forward to playing with him. "At the bare minimum, I know he knows how to work. Marcell would kick him out of the gym if he didn't."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks veteran and New Heights alum Lance Thomas hosted a youth clinic at the program's Summer Academy. He took some time to talk about NYK during the clinic. Here, he talks about conversations he's had so far with new Knicks coach David Fizdale. “We just talked about the mindset of the team that we want to have this year. We want to be a defensive team, we want to make sure we get after guys, we want to make sure we compete hard, we want to make sure we compete everyday. We want to make sure we lay the right foundation for the franchise and for the team to continue to grow.”

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks veteran and New Heights alum Lance Thomas hosted a youth clinic at the program's Summer Academy. He took some time to talk about NYK. Here, he says he believes he can help prepare Kevin Knox for facing NBA defenses by defending him regularly in practice. “Absolutely. He's going to have a steady diet of me this year. If he can get around me easily, he should be able to get around most guys in the NBA easily.”

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lance Thomas hosted a youth clinic at New Heights' Summer Academy. Thomas, a New Heights alum and ambassador, said it was ‘big time' to be able to give back to the New York City organization and AAU program he was with as a younger player. “It's great to see what they've become – the things they've accomplished, the funding they've gotten, the graduation rates, the numbers speak for themselves…. It's just important that they have the support system that they have in this organization because some of them don't have the luxury to have it at home.”

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Hicks putting campers' shots in the bleachers at Lance Thomas' youth clinic at the New Heights summer academy in Manhattan. Thomas, a New Heights alum and ambassador, was joined by teammates Hicks and Damyean Dotson at the clinic:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nice job by Carmelo Anthony, whose foundation partnered with the NBPA and the City of Johannesburg to refurbish a basketball court in White City, Jabavu, Soweto. (Credit: Rae-Vaughn Lucas)

17d

Tristan Thompson and Draymond Green's fight in LA.

Bomani & Pablo react to reports of Tristan Thompson and Draymond Green's fight at an L.A. nightclub, rumors that the Knicks will pursue Kyrie Irving, Roquan Smith and the Bears' stalemate and more.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks director of player personnel Harold Ellis will be an assistant coach for Team World in the 2018 NBA Africa game in South Africa on August 4.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

With Kadeem Allen on the roster, the Knicks now have 19 players under contract. They can add one more for training camp before reaching the NBA limit.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game104.518th
Rebounds Per Game44.013th
Assists Per Game23.313th
Points Allowed108.020th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-182953.354
2016-173151.378
2015-163250.390
2014-151765.207