AP source: Knicks waiving Brandon Jennings, will sign Randle

NEW YORK (AP) A person with knowledge of the details says the New York Knicks are waiving guard Brandon Jennings and plan to sign guard Chasson Randle. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Monday on the condition of anonymity because the moves were not yet complete. The plans were first reported by The Vertical. Jennings has averaged 8.6 points and a team-high 4.9 assists...
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Knicks Rumors: New York Signs Chasson Randle To Main Roster

The New York Knicks have waived point guard Brandon Jennings. Phil Jackson will reportedly use his roster spot to sign fan favorite Chasson Randle. The New York Knicks shocked the local basketball community on Monday, Feb. 27 when Phil Jackson waived point guard Brandon Jennings. Jennings was signed to a one-year deal worth $5 million […] Knicks Rumors: New York Signs Chasson Randle...
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New York Knicks Waive Guard Brandon Jennings

The New York Knicks have shocked the local community by parting ways with sixth man Brandon Jennings. The Knicks may replace him with a fan favorite. The New York Knicks went through the 2017 NBA trade deadline without executing a single deal. There was no definitive answer as to why Phil Jackson opted against getting something […] New York Knicks Waive Guard Brandon Jennings...
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Report: Knicks waive PG Brandon Jennings

The New York Knicks brought in Brandon Jennings this offseason, hoping he could provide a spark as a backup point guard. He’s averaged 8.6 points and 4.9 assists per game, but the Knicks are making a change. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, the Knicks are waiving Jennings, opening up a roster spot. Per Wojnarowski, they’ll replace him with former 76ers guard Chasson...
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Report: Jennings told Knicks he wants to play for contender

The New York Knicks have decided to release Brandon Jennings, and it sounds as though the veteran point guard will be pleased with the roster move.Shortly after Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical broke the news that Jennings will be waived, ESPN’s Marc Spears reported that Jennings told the Knicks he wants to play for a postseason team. The Knicks are 24-35 and are currently the...
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The Knicks are waiving Brandon Jennings, signing Chasson Randle

Didn’t see that coming. The Knicks hit the Woj-wire this morning with an interesting duo of moves. They waived Brandon Jennings in order to sign pre-season darling, Chasson Randle. This is exciting. Jennings was only on a one year deal, and this team isn’t exactly going anywhere. This move seems to just give Brandon the opportunity to sign with a playoff-bound, contender-type...
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New York Knicks’ week recap

Coming off of the All-Star Weekend festivities, the New York Knicks only had two games scheduled for the week. The first game was a game at the Quicken Loans Arena against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The second game came was a home game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Below, I’ve taken a deeper look into this past week for the New York Knicks. Cleveland Cavaliers Game The Knicks...
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The Knicks’ triangle is rising again, and so is Kurt Rambis

The Knicks sidestepped plunging into 13th place in the East on Carmelo Anthony’s last-second shot Saturday. They face a week that starts Monday with one of the best teams in the East, Toronto, and ends Sunday with the best team in the West, Golden State. So naturally a big topic of conversation was the triangle...
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17 hours ago

Anthony's jumper gives Knicks 110-109 victory over 76ers

NEW YORK (AP) Carmelo Anthony made a jumper with 0.3 seconds left to give the New York Knicks a 110-109 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night. The Knicks blew a 17-point lead and fell behind by one when Jahlil Okafor scored with 9 seconds remaining. But Anthony dribbled left after a timeout, pulling up over Robert Covington to cap his 37-point performance. The...
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Derrick Rose still wants to sign extension with Knicks

Derrick Rose is still hoping to stay with the New York Knicks.The point guard said Friday that he has no interest in asking for a buyout and still wishes to sign an extension with New York, despite rumors indicating that the team tried to trade him before Thursday’s deadline.“I hope so — they didn’t trade me,” Rose said, via Marc Berman of the New York Post. “That’s...
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Carmelo Anthony does not understand direction of Knicks

The New York Knicks made no moves at the NBA trade deadline, and Carmelo Anthony wonders if that was part of the plan or the result of the absence of one.After the deadline passed on Thursday, Anthony was asked if he understands the direction the team is heading in. He was quite blunt.“No, not now. No, to be honest with you,” Anthony said, via Ian Begley of “I think...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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WATCH: Michael Rapaport rants about the New York Knicks

Actor Michael Rapaport joins SNY's Loud Mouths to give his piece of mind on the New York Knicks and their struggles to this point in the season.
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Charles Oakley to attend Knicks game, just not at the Garden

Charles Oakley will be in attendance for an upcoming New York Knicks game. It just won’t be at Madison Square Garden.Oakley hinted on Twitter about attending Wednesday’s game between the Knicks and Cleveland Cavaliers at Quick Loans Arena. Oakley later confirmed to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman he would in fact be in Cleveland for the Knicks-Cavs tilt, according to a tweet from ESPN’s...
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Kristaps Porzingis makes eyes for model on Instagram

Kristaps Porzingis typically tries to keep his personal life private, but the New York Knicks budding superstar has outed himself as a big fan of Instagram model Abigail Ratchford.How? By dropping into the comments section of a Ratchford Instagram post, something that didn’t go unnoticed for very long.It all started when Ratchford, who is known beyond social media for her work...
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WATCH: Jeff Hornacek and Derrick Rose talk New York Knicks trade rumors

New York Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek and point guard Derrick Rose discuss the trade rumors surrounding the team as the NBA trade deadline looms.
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NBA coaches who should be fired soon

With the NBA season officially past the halfway point, it's becoming more and more clear which teams are truly in the playoff hunt and which are on the verge of underachieving status. The Bulls and Knicks seems full of dysfunction while teams like the Blazers, Magic and Kings can't seem to get their bearings.Welcome back to the Yardbarker roundtable, where we take a look at some...
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Slam dunks and startups: How all-star technology took over the NBA in The Big Easy

Whether it was that first quarter alley-oop between Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis lighting up the scoreboard as this year’s MVP, or players and entertainers teaming up to score a big time donation for the Sager Strong Foundation, this year’s NBA All-Star weekend was full of tweetable moments. While this weekend celebrated the league’s best talent, it also...
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Draymond Green on Carmelo Anthony: ‘The way he’s been treated pisses me off’

Golden State Warriors All-Star forward Draymond Green has never been afraid to speak his mind publicly. In addition to his sometimes violent play on the court, this is what makes Green such a divisive figure.With that said, Green himself is liked by fellow NBA players. His hard-nosed approach to the game and grind-it-out mentality makes the former second-round pick well respected...
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Second-year NBA stars who can salvage the season

Anyone who follows sports knows all about the sophomore slump, but not all second-year players take a step fact. In fact, year two is often a stepping stone toward NBA stardom.Welcome back to the Yardbarker roundtable, where we look at some of last season's rookies to see how they're doing in their sophomore campaigns. So:Which second-year players will stand out in the second half...
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