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Knicks To Consider David Blatt As Head Coach
Phil Jackson views David Blatt favorably and he was teammates with Steve Mills at Princeton.

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Carmelo Anthony 'Can't Think About' Possibility Of Leaving Knicks
Carmelo Anthony has three years left on the five-year, $124 million contract he signed in the summer of 2014, which includes a complete no-trade clause.

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Carmelo Anthony Hoping For More Roster Continuity
Carmelo Anthony has had over 70 teammates and four different head coaches since joining the Knicks in 2011.

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Rambis Criticizes Derek Fisher For Not Stressing Triangle Enough In Training Camp
Derek Fisher said it is "challenging" and "difficult" to run the triangle offense in the modern NBA due to less practice time.

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Patrick Ewing Would Like To Be Considered For Knicks' Head Coaching Job
Patrick Ewing is the lead assistant coach for the Hornets and has been an assistant for four teams over the past 13 seasons.

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Kurt Rambis Insists He's Not Phil Jackson's Puppet
Kurt Rambis would love to become head coach of the Knicks on a permanent basis, but he also stressed that he's not the puppet of Phil Jackson.

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Carmelo Anthony Wants To Offer Input On Next Knicks' Coach
Carmelo Anthony would like to offer his input on the Knicks' decision of next head coach as well as which players they will pursue in the offseason.

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Kurt Rambis Receiving Strong Support To Remain Head Coach Of Knicks
Phil Jackson sees Kurt Rambis as the coach best suited to run the triangle offense and manage the team using Jackson's principles.

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Knicks Interested In Masai Ujiri If Phil Jackson Leaves
Tim Leiweke hired Masai Ujiri with the Raptors, but he has since started a business with James Dolan's business acquaintance Irving Azoff.

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Phil Jackson More Vocal During Knicks' Practices Since Rambis Became Interim Coach
James Dolan reportedly isn't entirely opposed to Kurt Rambis but he's not quite ready to sign off on hiring him either.

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Woj: Porzingis Is An Exception When It Comes To Attracting Free Agents
The Knicks are hoping the combination of cap space and the foundational pieces of Kristaps Porzingis and Carmelo Anthony will allow them to become major factors in free agency.

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Trio Of Knicks' Veterans Ask For Fewer Minutes To Help Develop Younger Players
Carmelo Anthony came up with the idea and presented it to Robin Lopez and Jose Calderon, who then relayed this desire to Kurt Rambis.

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David Lee Received Interest From Knicks After Buyout
David Lee would consider the Knicks in the offseason.

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Kristaps Porzingis To Undergo MRI On Shoulder
Kristaps Porzingis injured the shoulder when he blocked an Alonzo Gee block attempt on Monday.

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Kristaps Porzingis Hopes Carmelo Anthony Remains With Knicks
Kristaps Porzingis said both the Knicks and himself personally need Carmelo Anthony to remain with the franchise.

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Dwyane Wade Not Interested In Superteam At This Point
LeBron James is unsure if any NBA owner would go for the idea of him teaming up with Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul due to how much power would be conceded to the players.

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Carmelo Anthony: I Really Wanted To Be Drafted By Pistons In 2003
One of the NBA's most monumental what-if's is what would have happened if the Pistons selected Carmelo Anthony instead of Darko Milicic.

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Kurt Rambis High On Rajon Rondo, Believes He Can Play In Triangle
Rajon Rondo and Derek Fisher both publicly questioned his viability in the triangle offense.

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Jose Calderon Open To Remaining With Knicks As Backup
The Knicks can create $5 million in cap space for 2016 by using the stretch provision on Jose Calderon.

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Carmelo Anthony Doesn't Know If He'll Remain With Knicks Next Season
Carmelo Anthony hasn't decided yet whether to waive his no-trade clause.

Stefan Bondy/New York Daily News

Kristaps Porzingis Never Knew What March Madness Was About
Kristaps Porzingis received college recruitment interest from Division II schools via Facebook.

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Kurt Rambis Interested In Playing Kristaps Porzingis At Small Forward
Teams typically look to use players with the skill set of Kristaps Porzingis at center due to how much space it requires defenses to cover.

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Knicks Believe Carmelo Anthony Could Reconsider No-Trade Clause
There are some within the Knicks' organization that believe Carmelo Anthony will change his stance on his no-trade clause if they fail to add talent in free agency.

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Knicks Officially Sign Tony Wroten
Tony Wroten holds career averages of 11.1 points, on 41.3-percent shooting, 3.0 assists and 2.5 rebounds over 21.2 minutes in 145 games.

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Phil Jackson Could Coach Home Games Next Season, Kurt Rambis On Road
Phil Jackson's health makes constant travel difficult.

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Derek Fisher Was Distant In Communication With Phil Jackson
Phil Jackson hoped Derek Fisher would articulate his vision to the Knicks' players.

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Phil Jackson, Knicks Have Mutual Out After 16-17
Phil Jackson asked for the out clause for the summer of 2017 because of the possibility of the work stoppage.

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Carmelo Anthony: Knicks 'Gotta Do Something' In Free Agency
The Knicks will have at least $18 million in cap space this summer.

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Arron Afflalo Unsure About Opting Out
Arron Afflalo signed a two-year, $16 million contract with the Knicks, but has an opt out after this season.

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Kobe: Phil Jackson Knows More About Basketball Than New York Put Together
Kobe Bryant believes fans of the Knicks need to keep the faith when it comes to Phil Jackson's plans for the franchise.

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