By Nick Ranieri, Knicks Fan Since '80
After injuries interfered with the last two seasons, Amar’e Stoudemire enters this year focused on getting back to his previous All-Star caliber level of play. The KnicksNow contributors discussed Stoudemire's Keys To Camp.
Metta World Peace was wired for sound at his Barnes & Noble book signing in Tribeca and you don’t want to miss one second of his fun interaction with the fans! World peace discussed the positions he could be play next year, how it felt to break Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls steals record, possible professions after retirement, why he chose to change his name, and how great it feels to be back in his hometown.
There is no mistaking where Tim Hardaway Jr. was over the weekend, as you can see by this picture on his Instagram account.
Hardaway Jr. also found the time to visit the set of the sports show, “Crowd Goes Wild” and it looks like he had a great time judging by the tweet:
Had fun at @CGW ..showed mad love and hopefully I can come back soon. Thanks again— Tim Hardaway Jr (@T_HardJR) September 19, 2013
World Peace had a message on his Instagram account for the fans while getting in a workout at the Knicks training facility.
Iman Shumpert looked like he was enjoying some time with nature in this picture from his Instagram account over the weekend.
Raymond Felton posted a congratulatory message to the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of NYC Organization after their “Race For Kids” event was a huge success.
The Police Athletic League of NYC tweeted a thank you message to John Starks, Larry Johnson, and Allan Houston after they attended their 19th Annual Sportsnite Dinner.