The TNT analysts find the Knicks' reputation as an attractive destination for free agents dubious at best, as each is "not sure guys want to play for the Knicks anymore".
Ah, just what the New York Knicks need, Reggie Miller commenting on the state of the franchise. After finishing with a dismal 37-45 record in 2021-22, New York’s on the prowl to add an infusion of talent to its roster this offseason, but Miller isn’t so sure that’ll happen.
Reggie Miller On Why NBA Superstars Don't Want To Play For Knicks: "So If You Win In New York, You Get A Lot Of Pats On The Back. But If You’re Mediocre Or If You’re Losing, That’s A Lot Of Headache For A Superstar."
The New York Knicks remain an iconic NBA franchise, but that doesn't mean they can lure the best talent like other franchises like the Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics, Golden State Warriors, and even the Miami Heat do. They have had a hard time trying to get a superstar since Carmelo Anthony left the squad a couple of years ago, and that's not likely to change anytime soon.
NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal doesn't need to lift weights when he's in the gym. That's because he'll just lift whoever is near him. On Friday, a video of O'Neal curling Reggie Miller surfaced on social media. Unsurprisingly, this workout clip is going viral. Before he allowed O'Neal to lift him,...
Pacers legend Reggie Miller approves of Gonzaga freshman Chet Holmgren's brash confidence. Holmgren, the potential No. 1 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, was recently asked by Bleacher Report who he thinks is the best player in the NBA. The 7-footer's response?. "Myself in two months." While others may advise...
Reggie Miller should have great insight into what happened to the Phoenix Suns against the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference semifinals series. He saw their playoff run from start to finish working as TNT’s NBA analyst. ...
Reggie Miller Said In 2015 That He Would Take Larry Bird Over LeBron James In A Draft: "In Today's Rules, You Can't Touch Him."
LeBron James is often touted as the 2nd best player in basketball history, with Stephen A. Smith recently proclaiming that. Not every fan it media member agrees with that, but it seems to be the consensus. However, despite his stellar start to his career in the early 2000s and throughout the decade or so that followed, the narrative around LeBron James was far from him being the second-greatest ever.