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2016 Schedule
32-50, 3rd in Atlantic

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks are scheduled to workout Gabe York today. The Arizona guard told reporters in Phoenix on Monday that he had a workout with the club slated for Tuesday. The Knicks don't currently have a draft pick but anticipate acquiring one, most likely in the early second round, per sources.

Buy Jeanie Buss' Phil Jackson comments? (1:28)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a statement from Kristaps Porzingis that will resonate with Knicks fans. "My number one goal is to win the championship one day," Porzingis said over the weekend in an interview with Eurobasket.net. "The championship. That's all we have in our heads, but we have to go step by step. We are not going to win a championship in one day. We have to start building, we have to first make it to the playoffs. That's the number one goal right now. Get to the playoffs and then go day-by-day, game by game. It's not easy what we want to achieve, but I think that we, the fans and the organization has something to look forward to. I think we are growing and one day we want to win a championship, that's it."

Jeanie Buss: Phil committed to the Knicks (0:42)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Seton Hall's Isaiah Whitehead will work out for the Knicks on June 4, league sources confirm. The Knicks don't currently have a pick but plan to acquire one, targeting an early second-rounder. Whitehead, a New York native, starred at Coney Island's Lincoln High School as a teen, which is the same high school that produced Lance Stephenson and Stephon Marbury. The Whitehead workout was first reported by Basketball Insiders.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

During Dodgers BP at Citi Field, Melo made sure to take a picture of his son with Yasiel Puig!

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony reiterated on Friday that he hadn't spoken to Phil Jackson during the club's coaching search. "Nah," Anthony said while attending Friday's Mets game, according to Newsday. "I let them deal with that one." The Knicks are expected to announce the hiring of Jeff Hornacek next week. Anthony had stated a desire to share his opinion on potential coaches, but that didn't happen. Anthony also said Friday that he expects to be involved in the club's pursuit of free agents this summer. "Pretty sure," he said, according to Newsday. "When that time comes, we'll do the work."

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks' Carmelo Anthony chats with reliever Jerry Blevins during batting practice Friday at Citi Field before the Mets face the Dodgers.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks plan to acquire a pick in June's draft. The best-case scenario would probably be a late first-round pick but second-round is more likely. The club has shown interest in several players in recent weeks, including Indiana guard Yogi Ferrell, who has a workout scheduled with the club next month. New York also interviewed Kansas guard Wayne Selden at the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago and has expressed interest in him as the draft approaches, according to league sources. Selden, a 6-6 guard, would fit the mold of the big guards Phil Jackson used in his Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Laker teams. Ferrell, a 6-0 guard, has impressed in workouts, according to sources, and was the only point guard last season to average 17 PPG, 5.5 assists and shoot at least 40% from 3. The Knicks have also expressed interest in St. Bonaventure guard Marcus Posley and will likely be one of many teams at the agency-hosted workouts for Seton Hall's Isaiah Whitehead and Syracuse's Malachi Richardson. They also attended the agency-hosted workout for Kansas' Cheik Diallo, according to SNY.tv.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks' Carmelo Anthony received two votes for the third All-NBA team. No other Knick received votes for one of the three All-NBA teams.

Will Arnett critiques Carmelo Anthony's acting in TMNT (2:35)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis received a vote for the NBA's All-Defensive 2nd team. He was the only Knick to receive a vote for the 1st or 2nd team.

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Timing would be key in shopping 'Melo

If the Knicks are truly interested in moving Carmelo Anthony, Amin Elhassan suggests waiting until after free agency begins. That could unearth some motivated trade partners. 5-on-5 (Insider)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

In a Q&A with the NBPA, Carmelo Anthony was asked how Jeff Hornacek can benefit his game. "One thing I do know is he wants to play as a fast-paced team, up tempo," Anthony said. "You just look at the teams that he's coached in Phoenix, and how quickly they wanted to get up the court and play. We still have time to figure everything out as far as sitting down and seeing what he wants and seeing what we want as a team. And we'll figure that part out." More evidence that Hornacek will have the freedom to tweak the Knicks' version of the triangle offense.

Bobby Flay is hopeful for Knicks with Hornacek at the helm (2:24)

Team Stats

Points Per Game98.427th
Rebounds Per Game44.410th
Assists Per Game20.526th
Points Allowed101.110th

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