HoopsHype Andrea Bargnani rumors

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Anthony takes the court Friday with a strained right shoulder, possibly playing his final week as a Knick. Bargnani is traveling with the club nowadays, but that’s all. “Getting anything for him was a surprise,’’ a Western Conference executive said. “But you get desperate. The guy has talent, a 7-footer, mobile, his first few years he made shots. But I question his love for the game and mental makeup. I’m surprised the Knicks didn’t do more homework on him.’’ New York Post

March 28, 2014 Updates
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And it was CAA, according to sources, that persuaded Dolan to make the ill-fated trade for its client Andrea Bargnani—over the concerns of the Knicks’ front office. “If (Jackson’s hiring) breaks the stranglehold of CAA, I want it to happen,” said an agent who does business with the Knicks. “I can’t see him in a million years working with them.” Bleacher Report

March 11, 2014 Updates

Andrea Bargnani says he has no timetable for his return and is unsure if he will be back this season. Bargnani suffered an elbow injury on Jan. 24. Kenyon Martin (ankle) hasn't resumed basketball activities. He has been out since Feb. 3 with a sore left ankle. ESPN.com

January 25, 2014 Updates

The torn ligament in Andrea Bargnani's left elbow won't require surgery, but the Knicks aren't sure how long they'll be without the 7-footer. "He's out indefinitely," Woodson said before Friday's game against Charlotte. Wall Street Journal

January 23, 2014 Updates

Chandler then was asked if he was surprised Woodson took out a unit that had built a five-point lead early in the fourth quarter spearheaded by Pablo Prigioni and Andrea Bargnani. “A little,’’ Chandler said. “It is what it is.’’ New York Post

January 20, 2014 Updates

The Knicks are expecting Pablo Prigioni (broken toe) to return after missing 16 games, and Woodson indicated the veteran point guard might start alongside Raymond Felton in the backcourt. A return to that smaller alignment likely would push Andrea Bargnani to the bench, with Anthony manning the power forward spot. New York Daily News

January 10, 2014 Updates

Carmelo Anthony scored 29 points, Andrea Bargnani had 19, and the Knicks beat the Heat 102-92 on Thursday night for their season-high third straight victory. "You can tell it's different than one month ago," Bargnani said. "Our faces are different, our body language is different." USA Today Sports

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Andrea Bargnani had trouble moving his neck after the game and said he's been playing with a stiff neck for the last eight to 10 days. He played only 4:16 in the second half, but making no impact on defense or the boards had more to do with that than his neck did. Newsday

December 28, 2013 Updates
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This would be the ballgame. The shot clock was off, and the Bucks would have to foul, and the Knicks could win the game at the foul line, and — AND HOLY HELL, DID HE JUST SHOOT A 3-POINTER?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? “Maybe he thought I shot an airball and he had to shoot,” Anthony would say later. “Maybe he thought we were behind,” Mike Woodson said. “I made a mistake,” Bargnani said. New York Post

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Thursday night he was on the receiving end, even if he wasn’t sure what language he was being yelled at when Andrea Bargnani earned his first career ejection in the fourth quarter of the Knicks’ slump-busting rout of the Nets at Barclays Center. “I don’t speak Italian,” Garnett barked when asked what Bargnani said to him. New York Daily News

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