Maybe one of these days James Dolan will get around to explaining his reasons for waving goodbye to Jeremy Lin and signing off on acquiring Raymond Felton.
[New York Daily News] Least influential of 2012? We vote for A-Rod & Fireman Ed (Wed, 28 Nov 2012 03:56:04 GMT) The December issue of GQ paints an unsparing portrait of who the magazine’s writer, Drew Magary, views as the 25 least influential people from the past year. Knicks owner James Dolan lands at No. [...]
The December issue of GQ paints an unsparing portrait of who the magazine’s writer, Drew Magary, views as the 25 least influential people from the past year. Knicks owner James Dolan lands at No. 17 on the distinguished list.
Today’s Burning Question: Does James Dolan deserve (gulp) credit for his call on Jeremy Lin?
James Dolan’s the owner everyone seems to love to hate in New York.
And he’s provided Knicks fans plenty of fodder over the years, whether it was backing poor management decisions or dragging the Knicks through an embarrassing sexual harassment case in court.
The Knicks have a slogan inscribed in their new uniforms: “Once a Knick, Always a Knick.” But Charles Oakley and Patrick Ewing, the stalwarts of the ’90s era, have found it a lot harder to crack James Dolan’s club.
R.A. Dickey is a Met story the way Jeremy Lin was a Knick story, and if the Wilpons aren’t careful with this one they may just find themselves demonized worse than James Dolan — which is saying a lot.
There are a few pockets of empty seats in the lower bowls, but the place looks pretty full.
It’s loud, too.
Carmelo Anthony got a boisterous ovation following his pregame speech thanking fans for coming to the Garden.
Knicks owner James Dolan told a small group of reporters that he hopes Friday’s game can help those affected by Sandy take their minds off things — even for a brief time.
James Dolan, Knicks owner and MSG executive chairman, said that he hopes his team’s season opener against the Heat on Friday night can be a brief diversion from the devastation left by the hurricane.
“It’s a big game. It’s good for New York,” Dolan, who rarely speaks with the media, told a small group of reporters before the game.
Tough times for everybody’s favorite point guard. Everybody but James Dolan, that is. More than six months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus, not exactly a catastrophic injury by any stretch, Jeremy Lin continues to cite problems with his left knee for his early struggles with the Rockets.
[New York Daily News] Dolan and Co. pretending Linsanity never happend (Tue, 02 Oct 2012 04:11:43 GMT) Jeremy Lin is no longer regarded as a phenomenon around these parts. He’s more like the forgotten point guard, which is exactly how MSG chairman James Dolan wants it. [New York Daily News] Lawrence: Knicks overheated with talk [...]