The owner of the New York Knicks, James Dolan, is upset about several things around the organization and even wants to stop the Knicks City Dancers from dancing.
During the Knicks' home loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, Dolan became irate and embarrassed that his team would be losing at home to a team that was in the lottery last year. Following the Knicks breakthrough season last year which saw them finish with the second best record in the East, Dolan doesn't only have title aspirations, but expects his team to win it all this year.
Its no secret DJ Clark Kent loves his city. From creating Brooklyn-Inspired sneakers to promoting some of New York's top artists, his love of his city is often best reflected in his footwear. For this reason, it comes as no surprise that JBF Customs delivered a special edition New York Knicks Jordan 1 featuring a python skin upper.
The basketball world keeps trying to conceive ways that LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony could play together. With LeBron having the option to opt out of his contract next summer, speculation is wild with Cleveland fans hoping King James returns to pair up with Kyrie Irving, and there has been rumblings of James heading to Los Angeles possibly along with Melo.
Much is already being made for the upcoming free agent crop in the summer of 2014 with wild rumors circulating of Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James teaming up in Los Angeles. While LeBron James seems content in Miami after three straight Finals appearances and back-to-back championships, Melo and the Knicks are not favored to even come out of the East with many ranking them as low as the fifth best team out East.
Ron Artest was involved in the most nefarious brawl in league history at the Malice At The Palace, but it was after he was ejected from a game in a playoff series in 2011 that he wanted to start anew, and changed his name legally to Metta World Peace.
Recently, Metta was amnestied by the Lakers and then picked up by his hometown New York Knicks. Wanting to have yet another fresh start, World Peace says he is changing his name this year, but it will not be legally (“too much work”), and will not announce the new name just yet.
The NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year, J.R. Smith, has been struggling of late through the playoffs. Ever since he elbowed Jason Terry in the head and was suspended for game four against the Boston Celtics, where the New York Knicks had a 3-0 lead. J.R. has been playing sub-par ball.