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A month ago Phil Jackson was brought into the position of President of the New York Knicks in order to revitalize a franchise under great scrutiny after a dismal 2013-2014 season. The first step to fixing this team has been taken, as head coach Mike Woodson has been fired along with the rest of his coaching staff. However, is Mike Woodson all to blame for the Knicks issues?

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Stat-urday Night Knicks – J.R. Smith Edition

In the offseason, J.R. Smith, who was coming off a career year as a Knick, received a hefty contract. He was set to make just over $5.5 million this year, and he got job security with a third year player option. Fast forward several months, and it’s debatable whether or not the Knicks should’ve given that …

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TOK Roundtable – First Round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs Edition

Every now and then, the Turn On The Knicks staff will debate an issue surrounding the team here in Roundtable Format. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter, and follow the site right here. Let us know if you agree/disagree. What are your first round playoff predictions?

TOK Roundtable – Knicks Season Low Edition

Every now and then, the Turn On The Knicks staff will debate an issue surrounding the team here in Roundtable Format. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter, and follow the site right here. Let us know if you agree/disagree. What was the single most disappointing moment of the season for you?

Turn On The Knicks Throwback Thursday – Heat-Pacers 2004 NBA Playoffs

A Pacers-Heat Eastern Conference Final has been drilled into our heads since day one of the 2013-14 NBA season. Considering that both Indiana and Miami have been New York’s biggest rivals since the mid-1990′s, this should pile on what’s sure to be a long summer for Knicks fans, but of late, these two teams have established …

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