New York Knicks

3rd Atlantic | 32-50
  • Field Goal %
    43.9 FG%
  • 3-point %
    34.6 3P%
  • Points Scored
    98 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.4 RPG
  • ABC News

    NBA Free Agency Just Hours Away and All Eyes Are on Durant

    Miami President Pat Riley is a big fan of the symbolic 12:01 a.m. phone call to his team's top targets. San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich says he would rather be sleeping at that moment. And more than $1 billion in deals will likely be hammered out in the next couple of days alone. Free agency has returned to the NBA, and this July 1 is unlike any other. Sure, there's the annual list of superstars who could take their talents elsewhere — Kevin Durant will hear sales pitches designed to talk him into leaving Oklahoma City, Dwyane Wade is prepared to leave Miami if he doesn't get a deal to his liking, and it seems LeBron James will make the Cleveland Cavaliers dig even more deeply into their pockets

  • ProBasketballTalk

    Report: Cavaliers exercising team option on Jordan McRae

    Jordan McRae signed with the Cavaliers at midseason and went along for the ride en route to their championship. He’s on track to help them defend it. Chris Haynes of The Cleveland Cavaliers will exercise their 2016-17 team option on guard Jordan McRae, league sources informed McRae’s salary ($874,636) is still only partially guaranteed, according to Haynes. On one hand, Cleveland locks up a player on a minimum salary. That’s nice for a team facing a monstrous luxury-tax bill. On the other hand, the Cavs are now committed to paying a fringe player some money. If they waive him later, his guaranteed salary will increase their tax. It’s only Dan Gilbert’s money. The