Walt "Clyde" Frazier dishes on Carmelo Anthony's future, New York's offseason and which Knicks have the best facial hair.
Clyde on Carmelo: 'Melo wasn't happy'
Knicks legend and announcer Walt "Clyde" Frazier told ESPN's Ian Begley that Carmelo Anthony wasn't happy with the Knicks' pick of Kristaps Porzingis: "Will he ask out, you know what I mean, if he sees that this is not happening? ... They are a few years away and Melo knows that his days are numbered, so stay tuned." Full Q&A
Jackson maintaining Knicks optimism
In the midst of the worst Knicks season ever, Phil Jackson remained optimistic about the future: "There are many examples of a team that went from sh-- to Shinola in a short few years. Like the Celtics when they added Larry Bird, or the Magic when Shaq and Penny Hardaway got there. So there are plenty of reasons for Knick fans to keep the faith." The Phil Files
In Part 6 of our series, Phil Jackson begins to size up the draft and free-agent classes for help in righting the Knicks' ship.
The New York Knicks are finalizing an agreement with former Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic.
Knicks' Porzingis should hold his own
Kevin Pelton doesn't agree with the conventional thinking that New York's Kristaps Porzingis (7-foot-1, 220 pounds) will get pushed around during his first season. Most effective NBA rookies (Insider)
Porzingis' primary goal: Beef up
The New York Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis is 7-foot-1 and 220 pounds. Amin Elhassan says the 19-year-old needs to put more power into playing power forward this fall. Most NBA-ready rookies (Insider)
Knicks interested in Vujacic?
It appears the Knicks may have interest in Sasha Vujacic, who last played in the NBA in February of 2014 and spent time playing in Turkey. Could New York sign the two-time NBA champion? NBA rumor roundup
Frank Kaminsky and Delon Wright might not turn out to be the best players from this draft class, but they project to be among the most ready to make an immediate impact this season.
Here's a statistical look at how rookie guard Jerian Grant can help the Knicks on offense.
The New York Knicks have signed first-round draft picks Kristaps Porzingis and Jerian Grant.
Knicks can only get better from here
Kevin Pelton mentioned the Knicks, who won just 17 games a year ago, as a team that is bound to improve. 5-on-5: Risers and fallers
Seraphin still attracting interest
Who can give Kevin Seraphin the bigger role he desires? The Lakers, Knicks and Wizards are reported to have continued interest in the free-agent center. NBA rumors roundup
Houston to lead choose D-League coach?
New York's D-League team needs a head coach and it's reported that Westchester Knicks GM Allan Houston—not Knicks president Phil Jackson—will make the call on the new hire. NBA rumors roundup
Which teams created the most "negative surplus value" in free agency? Here are some teams that dropped the ball.
Carlos Boozer drawing interest
The free agent forward is reportedly being looked at by the Knicks, Rockets and Mavericks. Boozer, 33, may need to agree to a veteran's minimum contract to continue his NBA career. NBA rumors roundup
The Knicks will not bring back interim D-League coach Craig Hodges for the 2015-16 season, league sources said.
Galloway Still Has Much To Prove
Langston Galloway took advantage of a depleted New York roster last season to gain playing time. If Galloway can improve upon his shooting this year while playing alongside New York's improved roster, he could prove he is more than just a rotation player, writes Kevin Pelton. Under-the-radar '16 FAs (Insider)
Larkin responds to Jackson's jab
In Part 5 of The Phil Files, Phil Jackson said of then-Knicks PG Shane Larkin: "Unfortunately, Shane hasn't grown any since the start of the season." Larkin responded on Twitter: "couldn't grow in an offense I wasn't comfortable in. All good. No shade. Glad I'm across the river now. Wish them luck." The Phil Files