The ball is Carmelo Anthony’s court

Should Carmelo Anthony waive his no-trade clause and get out of New York? That is the million-dollar question surrounding the Knicks superstar. Anthony is frustrated and Phil Jackson seems to be at the center of his frustrations. The frustrations stem from a column written by Charley Rosen, who is a close friend of Jackson, being critical of Anthony, even saying… Read More

Season Previews: Atlantic Division

With the 2015-2016 NBA approaching, the basketball staff of My Mind on Sports is bringing you our season preview roundtable. In these roundtables we will answer key questions in each division concerning their respective teams. The first division up is the Atlantic. The Atlantic Division consists of the New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers, Brooklyn Nets, Toronto Raptors, and the Boston… Read More

New York Knicks hire Derek Fisher as head coach

One of the more clutch shooters of this generation is officially taking his talents to the sideline. After a stellar 18-year career, Derek Fisher is exchanging his jersey and sneakers for a suit and clipboard, as he agreed to become the new head coach of the New York Knicks on Monday evening. Fisher’s contract will be worth $25 million over… Read More

Phil Jackson will need more than Zen when it comes to the New York Knicks

Phil Jackson is officially back with the New York Knicks. After having loads of success in his playing days decades ago as a Knick, Jackson will return to the team in a front office role as the team president. He’ll try and fix the mess that Knicks owner Jim Dolan has created over the last year or so. And what… Read More
King's Court 

King’s Court

Welcome to another edition of the “King’s Court.” In this post, I will be discussing a variety of different topics from the MLB, NBA, and NHL. If you don’t already, be sure to follow me on Twitter @KingEdward15. 4 Games, 2 Cities Series Interleague play is now a part of everyday life in Major League Baseball with the realignment of… Read More

Who should be the next coach of the Detroit Pistons?

In the off-season, Tom Gores, the billionaire owner of the Detroit Pistons, made it clear that he expected his team to make the playoffs. “I came here to win. I’m a now person. Last year (at the end of the season I) said we’re going to get into the playoffs and I meant it. We need to get into the playoffs. Whether… Read More
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