Hidden in Plain Sight: Five NBA Players Flying Under the Radar

We already know what the superstars of the league can do each night. LeBron is averaging 26, 8, and 8 despite the Lakers’ shaky start. Kemba Walker has been overlooked for much of his career, but his 28 points (second-highest in the NBA) and his 40% 3-point percentage on 10 attempts has catapulted him into

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Pump Fake to the Altar NBA

Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 19 – What’s the ceiling for the Knicks and Lakers this season?

How far can the Knicks and Lakers go this season? Your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen give their expectations for both franchises. In this episode of Pump Fake to the Altar, the guys give realistic goals for each team. DJ, for one, doesn’t expect to see much of a drop off from LeBron James. “I

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Joakim Noah

New York Knicks waive and stretch Joakim Noah

The Joakim Noah era in New York is officially over. The Knicks will waive and stretch the remaining $38 million on Noah’s contract, making the veteran center an unrestricted free agent. Noah signed a four-year, $72 million free agent deal with the Knicks in the summer of 2016 after spending the first nine years of his

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Describing all 30 NBA teams with one word for the 2018-19 season

Each summer, NBA teams attempt to redefine their future, both short and long-term. Some may feel they are one player away from a title, while others may feel the need to tank. Let’s take a look at every team in the league and see how they should be feeling heading into the season. Atlanta Hawks:

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WWE’s Mark Henry, NBA’s Willis Reed, Walt Frazier, Nate Archibald honored at NYC’s Cal Ramsey Awards

Manhattan’s Clyde Frazier’s Wine & Dine was the place to be on Wednesday night. The midtown restaurant hosted the Second Annual Cal Ramsey Awards, an evening to honor notables who have displayed excellence, dignity, perseverance and commitment to community. Ramsey, the eleventh pick in the 1959 NBA Draft by the St. Louis Hawks out of

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Kevin Knox

Kevin Knox on David Fizdale: “Fiz is a players coach”

Kevin Knox checked in with Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Kevin Knox was drafted by the New York Knicks in the 2018 NBA Draft. On Scoop B Radio Knox spoke reverently about newly named Knicks head coach, David Fizdale. “‘Fiz is a player’s coach,” Kevin Knox told me.  “A  lot of knowledge,

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Pusha T says 90s Knicks ‘were so culturally relevant’

So you may have heard of some guy named Pusha T in the last 24 hours. Anywho…. He’s also a Knicks fan. Appearing on the Scoop B Radio Podcast, the Daytona lyricist says he’s a fan of the 90s Knicks; composed of John Starks, Anthony Mason, Charles Oakley and Patrick Ewing. “Definitely the Knicks, of

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Jay Hernandez

Scoop B: Wally Szczerbiak is right! Knicks, David Fizdale should hire fmr. Hofstra standout & Long Island native Jay Hernandez as assistant coach

Former Orlando Magic assistant coach, Jay Hernandez talked coaching & more on Scoop B Radio with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen! Last week, the New York Knicks hired their new head coach in David Fizdale. Fizdale, 43, will officially be announced as the new Knicks coach at a press conference as

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Carmelo Anthony

Hoodie Melo: The Legend of Carmelo Anthony

And the newest candidate for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is…Hoodie Melo! The summer of 2017 could very well be the highest and lowest points of Carmelo Anthony’s career. On one hand, he refuses to waive his no-trade clause except for one team with no assets. On the other hand, the legend of Hoodie

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Los Angeles Lakers, D'Angelo Russell

Nets Teaching Knicks A Thing Or Two About Rebuilding

The Brooklyn Nets are undoubtedly the little brother when it comes to basketball in New York City and their mid-town rival, the New York Knicks. On one hand, it makes sense. The Nets had previously called a variety of places home – most notable East Rutherford and Newark, New Jersey – but none of which

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