Robin Lopez @gustogummi88

Dimitri Aves has claimed the fourth Outfit of the Day and the first in #Budapest. It is also his first award. @chris_carey11 has 2 and @gustogummi88 holds 1. #OOTD #OutfitOfTheDay #KeepinItSimpleNClassy #YaYaIsJealous #WeMissedOurStopOnTheTrain

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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)

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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

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Pelton: Projecting the most effective rookies

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.

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

Robin Lopez @gustogummi88

You know that fantasy where the man of your dreams is walking down the stairwell to your open arms...? @thatguyryan12 #DreamsComeTrueInDubrovnik #Croatia #HappilyEverAfter #OnlyCuzImSoInLove

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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

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Ilardi/Engelmann: Who didn't find FA value?

Which teams created the most "negative surplus value" in free agency? Here are some teams that dropped the ball.

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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

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

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Jackson tuning out criticism

Phil Jackson told Charley Rosen of the media criticism he faced in his first season running the Knicks: "As I've said before, the media can do and say whatever they please. It's easy for me to ignore them because I'm doing the job that I've been hired to do." The Phil Files

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Deflategate, Knicks, Dabo Swinney

Jemele Hill and Michael Rapaport discuss if there's a solution to Deflategate and the Knicks' disappointing offseason. Plus, Dabo Swinney joins the show.

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5dCharley Rosen

The Phil Files: Everybody's a critic

In Part 5 of our series, Phil Jackson responds to the criticisms of two important figures from his past -- Kobe Bryant and Jerry Krause -- and addresses the state of the sinking Knicks.

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game91.930th
Rebounds Per Game40.429th
Assists Per Game21.319th
Points Allowed101.221st

Team History

YearWLPCT
2014-151765.207
2013-143745.451
2012-135428.658
2011-123630.545
2010-114240.512

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