Derrick Rose is just as fast as any NBA guard, says Jamal Crawford

Derrick Rose and NBA free agency were topics of conversation with Jamal Crawford & Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast. Press Play Below To Listen!    ACL injuries are no joke. Derrick Rose knows a thing or two about it. The youngest player to win the league MVP award in 2011,

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Derrick Rose

Basketball Transforming Society: Derrick Rose Launches The Rose Scholars Program

In the latest high-profile example of how basketball can transform society, NBA star Derrick Rose announced his Rose Scholars Program on Thursday. Rose’s scholarship program will award over $400,000 in college tuition to high school students pursuing higher education. I'm excited to share the launch of The Rose Scholars program, a scholarship program which seeks to

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Winners and Losers in NBA Free Agency

Less than one week into NBA free agency, NBA franchises have combined to spend billions of dollars on NBA free agents. Unrestricted free agents were quick to sign contracts, giving max players over $130 million and average players over $50 million. With the rise in salary cap, teams are taking advantage of it to improve

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Three Free Agents That Don’t Deserve Big Bucks

Free agency is almost underway and this could be one of the most exciting offseasons in the past few decades. Many players will ink large, well-deserved contracts with new teams. However, some players will be signing contracts worth tons of money when they don’t deserve it. I am here to list a few and explain

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep 57

This week on the latest episode of The Atlantic Files, the New York Knicks are on the clock. Another year in review is ready to come out of the oven with some luke warm takes, and a celebration of sorts. Oh, if you haven’t heard Phil Jackson is out of the New York front office!

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Knicks Notes: Trade Talks and Draft Picks

The Now How did we get here? Well, after a super disappointing season, we followed it up with more trade talk surrounding TWO of our best players. Kristaps Porzingis is now reportedly in the mix. A move of this magnitude would sum up the history of the organization. It would be the epitome of a

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Tyronn Lue

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Tyronn Lue’s comments, Lakers, and Wolves

Tyronn Lue, after a shocking loss to the Boston Celtics just earlier this week, said that they are harder to gameplan against than the Golden State Warriors. Oh, that was without Isaiah Thomas as well. Look Lue, I understand what you were trying to get at about Brad Stevens’ sets without Thomas. However, you need

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Point Guards

I know we are in the NBA Playoffs but it is never too early to look at the upcoming free agents in the 2017 NBA Offseason. I will be looking at the top 10 free agents of each position. First up, the top 10 free agent point guards, in my opinion. 10. Yogi Ferrell Team:

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Knicks Notes: A Successful Season

At first glance, even the most tenured Knicks faithful will yell “What a disaster!” I mean, they’re not making the playoffs. They lost to the Nets twice in one week. Melo-drama, Phil-drama, Rose-drama. Not to mention the 72 million-dollar man Noah had season ending surgery; and is now suspended for the first 20 games of

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Knicks Notes: So Close, Yet So Far

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, again. This has been the tale of the tape for the Knicks this season. Last night’s loss to the Raptors marked the 13th game in which they’ve been defeated by 5 points or less. They seem to be so close, but yet so far. We’ve gone from

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