No worries, New York Knicks fans. Mike Breen and Clyde Frazier aren’t going anywhere, but there could be an addition to the MSGN broadcast during away games.
New York Daily News’ Bob Raissman reported that the network is considering adding Jeff Van Gundy or Mark Jackson (subscription required) to the broadcast for games not played in New York. Frazier, who is 78, wants to cut back on travel but has still made himself available for home games.
The iconic Breen-Frazier broadcast isn’t going anywhere, but Van Gundy or Jackson could be thrown into the mix. ESPN laid off the former Knicks coach and player over the summer.
In the latest on Damian Lillard’s future, Yahoo Sports’ Jake Fischer reported the Raptors and Bulls are two of the top teams that have engaged in trade talks with the Trail Blazers. Fischer added that Toronto hasn’t included Scottie Barnes or Pascal Siakam in conversations. Siakam is eligible to sign an extension, and if he doesn’t, he’ll be an unrestricted free agent next summer.
More Knicks news
- Giannis Antetokounmpo is a dream trade target for the Knicks, and ESPN’s Brian Windhorst believes the next contract the two-time MVP signs won’t be with the Bucks.
- ‘Tis the season for NBA player rankings, and SNY’s David Vertsberger offered his opinion on why Knicks players are ranked low.
- In a Q&A with Rick Carlisle, the Pacers head coach called Obi Toppin “one of the best transition players in the world.”
- Dwight Howard met with the Warriors last week, but the organization did not sign the 37-year-old.
- The Timberwolves released their Classic Edition uniforms for 2023-24, and the team will wear them for the first time on Nov. 8 against the Pelicans.