New York Knicks Regular Season Rosters
2007-2008 New York Knicks Regular Season Roster
2007-2008 New York Depth Chart
|Starters||J. Crawford||Q. Richardson||D. Lee||Z. Randolph||E. Curry|
|Rotation||S. Marbury||F. Jones||W. Chandler||J. Jeffries||R. Morris|
|Rotation||N. Robinson||M. Collins||R. Balkman||M. Rose|
|Lim PT||J. James|
2007-2008 Atlantic Division Standings
|4||New Jersey Nets||34-48||32|
|5||New York Knicks||23-59||43|
2007-2008 New York Season Stat Leaders
2007-2008 New York Knicks Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Draft Rights Trade
Draft Rights to Nate Robinson, the #21 pick in the First Round of the 2005 NBA Draft, were acquired by the New York Knicks from the Phoenix Suns on June 28, 2005. Nate Robinson signed a multi-year contract with the New York Knicks on July 1, 2005.
|Acquired via Trade
Jamal Crawford was acquired in a sign and trade by the New York Knicks from the Chicago Bulls on August 5, 2004.
Eddy Curry was acquired in a sign and trade by the New York Knicks from the Chicago Bulls on October 4, 2005.
Fred Jones was acquired in a trade by the New York Knicks from the Portland Trail Blazers on June 28, 2007.
Stephon Marbury was acquired in a trade by the New York Knicks from the Phoenix Suns on January 5, 2004.
Zach Randolph was acquired in a trade by the New York Knicks from the Portland Trail Blazers on June 28, 2007.
Quentin Richardson was acquired in a trade by the New York Knicks from the Phoenix Suns on June 28, 2005.
Malik Rose was acquired in a trade by the New York Knicks from the San Antonio Spurs on February 24, 2005.
|Acquired via Free Agency
Jerome James signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on August 2, 2005.
Jared Jeffries signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on August 8, 2006.
Randolph Morris signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the New York Knicks on March 23, 2007.
2007-2008 New York Knicks Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|James L. Dolan||Owner, NBA Governor||1997-1998||N/A|
|Hank J. Ratner||Vice Chairman, Alternate NBA Governor||2003-2004||N/A|
|Herb Williams||Assistant Coach||2003-2004||N/A|
|Brendan Suhr||Assistant Coach||2004-2005||Director of Player Personnel (Detroit Pistons, 2000 to 2001)|
|Dave Hanners||Assistant Coach||2005-2006||N/A|
|Glen Grunwald||Senior VP of Basketball Operations||2006-2007||General Manager (Toronto Raptors, 1997 to 2004)|
|Isiah Thomas||Head Coach, President of Basketball Operations, General Manager||2003-2004||Head Coach (Indiana Pacers, 2000 to 2003)|
|Jamie Mathews||VP of Basketball Operations||2003-2004||N/A|
|Mark Hughes||Director of Scouting||2007-2008||Assistant Coach (Sacramento Kings, 2006 to 2007)|
|Chris Bernard||VP, Player Development, Marketing and Team Operations||2001-2002||N/A|
|Matt Harding||Video Coordinator||2001-2002||Assistant Video Coordinator (New York Knicks, 1998 to 2001)|
|Mike Smith||Video Coordinator||2003-2004||Video Coordinator Intern (Boston Celtics, 2002 to 2003)|
|Jack Nolan||Scout||2004-2005||Scout (Charlotte Hornets, 2001 to 2004)|
|Mike Martinez||Equipment Manager||1992-1993||Ball Boy (New York Knicks, 1989 to 1992)|
|Roger Hinds||Head Athletic Trainer||2005-2006||Head Athletic Trainer (Dallas Mavericks, 1996 to 2004)|
|Anthony Goenaga||Assistant Athletic Trainer||2004-2005||Trainers Room Attendant (New York Knicks, 1998 to 2004)|
|Walt Frazier||Television Analyst||1987-1988||N/A|
|Mike Breen||Television Play-By-Play||1995-1996||N/A|
|Mike Walczewski||Public Address Announcer||1989-1990||N/A|