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Earl Smith III, known as J. R. Smith (born September 9, 1985, in Freehold, New Jersey), is an American professional basketball player currently with the Denver Nuggets of the National Basketball Association. Before attending high school, Smith attended Millstone Middle School and graduated in 1999. Next he moved on to Steinert High School and McCorriston High School before transferring to Lakewood High School. He played high school basketball for the first time at Lakewood High School.
I can’t lie. I’ve thought about writing this article for years. Years. After each futile, heartless, disappointing exit in the first round of the playoffs, I was so ready to write this article that I couldn’t sleep. This year was no...
In a not uncommon feat for a New York Knicks team, there will be six free agents this year that were on the team last year and even if all left, the team would still be no position to make a big free agency splash. With the exorbitant contracts of Ca...
Over the course of the offseason, Buckets Over Broadway will be doing year-end report cards of the New York Knicks roster. The roster experienced a decent amount of overhaul this season, so we’ll simply be covering the core players of the 2012-13 t...
As expected, New York Knicks sixth man J.R. Smith officially hit the open market Tuesday afternoon. After a big year in which Smith won the Sixth Man of the Year Award, it was expected that he would opt out of the second year of his two-year contract...
After a notably less-than-stellar performance in the last month of the season, Knicks point guard Jason Kidd said he hasn't watched any basketball since getting ousted by the Pacers in a devastating game 6 loss in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
The six-time All-Star is worried that general manager Glen Grunwald won't add an additional piece in the offseason, a source told the New York Post.
With the New York Knicks sitting back and watching how the rest of the NBA Playoffs finish up, it’s never too early to think about next season. The first question that comes to mind is what exactly the Knicks should do with Sixth Man of the Yea...
On Tuesday I went over the Knicks' financial situation for the next three years, so keep that in mind as we go through the offseason decisions that the Knicks will have to make. Here are where the pivotal points are going to be.
Some of the players were old, though the Knicks say their team is young in its development. So they feel they need time, not an overhaul, to get further next season.
Amar'e Stoudemire will go into next season with $45 million left on his contract and no guarantee of a starting job. He also could remain a reserve who plays restricted minutes.
"I think we took a step forward," Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald told Mike Francesa on Tuesday. "Obviously we didn't get to the ultimate goal, which we're trying to reach, but it's not over. I like the team. I'm not discouraged."...
Big changes are not coming now. They are two years away. They do have to get better, but that will be incremental, not dramatic. The Knicks are Melo’s team, and right now, that’s a good thing.
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