GREENBURGH – The Knicks made it official, and announced the signing of Jeremy Tyler this morning. They waived Chris Smith to make room for Tyler.
The 6-foot-10 Tyler averaged 18 points and 10.2 rebounds in six games with the Knicks’ D-League team, the Erie BayHawks. The Knicks signed him over the summer and he likely would have made the team in training camp if he hadn’t broken his foot in... » more
The Knicks announced that Carmelo Anthony will not play against the Thunder in Wednesday's nationally televised game because of the left ankle spain he suffered against the Magic Monday.
It is not clear how serious the injury is and whether it will cause him to miss further time.
Coach Mike Woodson had said about 90 minutes before the game that Anthony would be a game time decision.
Anthony... » more
ORLANDO – The Knicks have come up small when they’ve gone big this year, but that isn’t stopping Mike Woodson from starting the frontcourt of Carmelo Anthony, Andrea Bargnani and Tyson Chandler.
They are 0-4 this season with that starting frontline. Yet Woodson said this morning that he would start that lineup Monday against the Magic.
The Knicks used it Saturday against the Grizzlies,... » more
The Knicks could be without their starting backcourt tomorrow night in Boston at the least.
Raymond Felton will miss 2-3 weeks after MRI confirmed he has a strained left hamstring. Iman Shumpert is listed as day-to-day after suffering a bruised left knee.
Felton re-aggravated his hamstring in Tuesday’s loss at Cleveland. He sat out last night’s game was replaced by Pablo Prigioni in... » more
Kenyon Martin is a game-time decision Tuesday night against Cleveland due to a sore left ankle.
If he doesn’t play, Mike Woodson said he likely would start Metta World Peace when the Knicks try to rebound from an embarrassing 41-point home loss to the Celtics Sunday.
It sounded as if Martin would sit out for the second straight game. He said he would get treatment and see how it feels... » more
Carmelo Anthony refuted an ESPN report that he’s already made up his mind to take his talents elsewhere this summer when he becomes a free agent.
“I’m not thinking about that," Anthony said at the Knicks' morning shootaround. "I’ll be selfish to think about that at this point, with us losing and going through the situation that we are going through. It’d be selfish on my part to... » more