The more Jim Dolan regales us with his er, "music" the less time he has to screw up the Knicks. In theory.
I guess we shoulda expected to hear more of Dolan's music since he's less involved with Knicks' stuff now. But I wasn't ready for this.
I was 7 when Garnett was drafted in 1995. I have NBA memories from earlier than that (Knicks-Rockets comes to mind), but not many.
Here's something that NEVER happened when I was a kid: Today, the Knicks announced single-game ticket sales will begin Sept. 30
Knicks announce single-game tix on sale Sept. 30 -with presale to Chase cardholders today at 2 p.m.
The Jets are the quintessential New York team. Just like the Knicks and Mets. Always compelling but usually for all the wrong reasons.
QPR is basically the 2006 Knicks.
FYI: Phil Jackson's second choice, Derek Fisher, received a more lucrative offer from the Knicks than his top choice, Steve Kerr. Wonder why
Steve Kerr was done with the Knicks once Marv Albert, Kerr's broadcasting partner, made critical comments about Jim "I'm not Involved" Dolan
The story says that Phil, not Dolan, is running the Knicks...except when it comes to Steve Kerr & the medical staff. Just those minor things
"I only care about my music. I let my basketball people run the Knicks." He should include, "I can sell you that bridge in Brooklyn."
For the 10th consecutive September, there is a planted story that reveals that Jim Dolan is in a band & will not interfere with the Knicks.
Jerome Jordan joins Phil Jackson and Bernard King as players who have signed deals with both the Knicks and Nets. Tell this to someone today
Saint Joe's Langston Galloway and UCLA's Travis Wear both received small contract guarantees in deal with the Knicks, sources tell RealGM.