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Report: Knicks to strongly pursue Aldridge in free agency
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

The Knicks will be going hard after Trail Blazers star forward LaMarcus Aldridge in free agency, according to NJ.com, which is speculating that he would give the team a much-needed scoring option along with Carmelo Anthony.

That duo, along with a possible draft pick such as University of Kentucky center Karl-Anthony Towns, would team up to create a potentially fine frontcourt.

The Knicks, however, must convince Aldridge to join what is now one of the worst teams in the NBA. ESPN is reporting that current title contenders San Antonio and Dallas will be chief contenders to land Aldridge.

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Knicks' Jackson confident Calderon will recover from Achilles issue
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Although an Achilles injury caused his season to end prematurely, Knicks president Phil Jackson said he is confident guard Jose Calderon will be able to recover from the issue, reports ESPNNewYork.com.

Calderon was bothered by an Achilles injury for most of the season and played his last game Feb. 25.

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Knicks' Jackson: Playing in All-Star Game was important to Anthony
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Knicks president Phil Jackson spoke to the media Tuesday and said forward Carmelo Anthony needed to push himself physically in order to play in the All-Star Game, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Despite being bothered by knee issues throughout the season, Anthony played in the All-Star Game and then ended his season after he underwent knee surgery. Jackson added that participating in the game was important to Anthony, but not to the organization, reports ESPNNewYork.com.

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Knicks' Carmelo Anthony ahead of schedule, should be back by June
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said that he was ahead of schedule in his rehab from left knee surgery in February, per the New York Post

Anthony said, "I’ll be ready in June. I’ll probably be ready a little before June, back to my regular program and working out. … The rehab is going extremely well. I feel very positive where I will be about next training camp. I’m actually excited about the progress I’ve made in a short period of time." 

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Knicks' Carmelo Anthony admits second thoughts on re-signing
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Carmelo Anthony admitted having second thoughts about re-signing with the Knicks during the organization's disastrous 2014-15 season. 

The Knicks finished a franchise-worst 17-65 with Anthony missing the second half of the season due to a knee injury. 

"As a human being those thoughts definitely come into play," Anthony said, via the Associated Press. "You sit down at night and you're thinking, 'Did I really make the right decision?' Or just things like that. But not often did I think like that."

Anthony added he's no longer having second thoughts about re-signing with the Knicks. His focus now is strengthening the injured left knee that underwent surgery in February. 

Anthony said he's expecting to be participating in basketball activities in June. 

With the 2014-15 season finished, Anthony is hopeful the Knicks can reverse their fortune next year.

"Nobody expected the season to be like this. We all expected at least to somewhat compete in the Eastern Conference," Anthony said. "At the end of the day this next season, for me and for the organization and for Phil, it's like this is where we earn our money."

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGTim Hardaway Jr. , SG11.5
RPGCole Aldrich , C5.5
APGShane Larkin , PG3
FG%Carmelo Anthony , SF44.4
FT%Jason Smith , PF83
3P%Tim Hardaway Jr. , SG34.2
BLOCKSCole Aldrich , C65
STEALSShane Larkin , PG93
MPGShane Larkin , PG24.5
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