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  • New York Knicks will rely on youthful roster

    New York Knicks will rely on youthful roster

    Even though rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina endured a rocky first year with the New York Knicks, there is still plenty of reasons for optimism–about both the player and the team as a whole. While the Knicks are seemingly heading into a rebuilding season, they still feature plenty of youth on...
  •  Interpol Announce 2018 tour dates

    Interpol Announce 2018 tour dates

    As the 2018 concert season keeps going strong, rock band Interpol is the latest to announce even more opportunities for fans to catch them live. The newly announced tour dates will keep the band on the road well into the fall, through the end of November and into Europe, the UK, and here in America...
  • David Fizdale making strong impression on New York Knicks

    David Fizdale making strong impression on New York Knicks

    Michael Beasley is coming off a renaissance season with the New York Knicks, and he’s also approaching free agency. There’s a strong chance his relationship with new head coach David Fizdale could play a role in keeping the versatile forward in the Big Apple. Fizdale was an assistant coach with the...
  • Kristaps Porzingis excited by Knicks’ coaching hire

    Kristaps Porzingis excited by Knicks’ coaching hire

    New York Knicks star forward Kristaps Porzingis will miss the beginning of the 2018-19 season as he recovers from a torn ACL, but that has not dampened his enthusiasm for the team’s future prospects. Porzingis, who had up and down performances during former head coach Jeff Hornacek’s tenure, is...
  • New York Knicks tab David Fizdale as next head coach

    New York Knicks tab David Fizdale as next head coach

    David Fizdale endured an unceremonious end to his tenure with the Memphis Grizzlies, but he was a hot name among the coaches looking for new work for the 2018-19 season. The New York Knicks did not waste any time, as they agreed to make Fizdale their next head coach. Fizdale, who gained notoriety as...
  • New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay receives second chance

    New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay receives second chance

    Emmanuel Mudiay came into the NBA with great athleticism and higher expectations. The Denver Nuggets made him a top-10 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, but his career flat-lined in the Rocky Mountains. Now, with the New York Knicks, he receives the rare second chance to prove himself once again. With the...
  • Radiohead announce summer 2018 arena tour dates of North America

    Radiohead announce summer 2018 arena tour dates of North America

    Radiohead have revealed their upcoming run of 16 North American arena shows scheduled for this summer. Announced first thing Tuesday morning, the veteran British alt-rockers will hit the road starting July 7 in Chicago and will visit mostly major cities around the U.S. and Canada before wrapping...
  • Kendrick Lamar, Elton John, U2 and Sam Smith added to list of 2018 Grammy performers

    Kendrick Lamar, Elton John, U2 and Sam Smith added to list of 2018 Grammy performers

    Kendrick Lamar will be returning to the Grammy stage when the annual awards show returns to Madison Square Garden on Jan. 28, Billboard reports. The popular rap artist, who’s been nominated for seven Grammys including Album of the Year, is part of the next wave of announced performers revealed on...
  • Tim Hardaway Jr. approaching return for New York Knicks

    Tim Hardaway Jr. approaching return for New York Knicks

    Tim Hardaway Jr. has missed the New York Knicks’ last 19 games with a lower left leg injury, but all reports indicate that he is closing in on a return date. Although the Knicks have not established a firm timetable for the guard’s return to the court, he is taking part in full contact practices...
  • Bruno Mars, SZA, Cardi B and more added to list of 2018 Grammy performers

    Bruno Mars, SZA, Cardi B and more added to list of 2018 Grammy performers

    The Grammys have announced the next wave of artists scheduled to perform at this year’s awards ceremony at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Revealed on Wednesday morning, artists including Kesha, Bruno Mars, Cardi B, SZA, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee will all take the stage to do what they do best...
  • New York Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis eyes quick return

    New York Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis eyes quick return

    New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis, one of the league’s most unique players, exited a win over the Brooklyn Nets with knee soreness. After Nets forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson curled around him for a layup, Porzingis asked out of the game and quickly went to the Knicks locker room. He did...
  • 2018 Grammy Predictions: Kesha's 'Rainbow' to win Best Pop Vocal Album

    2018 Grammy Predictions: Kesha's 'Rainbow' to win Best Pop Vocal Album

    Kesha proved so many of her detractors wrong. Rainbow, a collection of raw, intimate songs surrounding her personal journey the past several years, is 2017's biggest statement piece. She not only details her struggles of self-doubt, loathing and the darkest moments of her life, she learns to forgive...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Metallica's 'Hardwired...to Self-Destruct' to win Best Rock Album

    2018 Grammy predictions: Metallica's 'Hardwired...to Self-Destruct' to win Best Rock Album

    Veteran heavy metal band Metallica is ready to scoop up their very first Grammy for Best Rock Album. Having earned only their second-ever nomination in the category in over 36 years ⎯⎯ their previous and only other appearance came in 2009 for Death Magnetic ⎯⎯ the band is an early frontrunner for...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' to win Best Rap Album

    2018 Grammy predictions: Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' to win Best Rap Album

    Kendrick Lamar is about to have a big night. In his career, he has 29 total Grammy nominations, and his previous album, 2015's To Pimp a Butterfly, resulted in a number of wins at the 2016 ceremony, including Best Rap Album, Rap Song and Rap/Sung Performance. Armed with the critically-heralded DAMN...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: LCD Soundsystem's 'American Dream' to win Best Alternative Music Album

    2018 Grammy predictions: LCD Soundsystem's 'American Dream' to win Best Alternative Music Album

    Less than five years after their split, LCD Soundsystem made a grandiose return with their fourth studio set. American Dream arrived to much critical fanfare and became the group's first No. 1 on the Billboard 200, shifting 85,000 equivalent units. While the Recording Academy does not hang their hat...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Chris Stapleton's 'From a Room, Vol. 1' to win Best Country Album

    2018 Grammy predictions: Chris Stapleton's 'From a Room, Vol. 1' to win Best Country Album

    Two years ago, Chris Stapleton completely flipped mainstream country on its head. Armed with his guitar, alongside pop star Justin Timberlake, Stapleton stormed the the CMA establishment with his scraggly beard and thunderous, whiskey-soaked voice. He seemingly came out of nowhere ⎯⎯ although...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Kesha to win Best Pop Solo Performance

    2018 Grammy predictions: Kesha to win Best Pop Solo Performance

    No one had a more deserving comeback than Kesha this year. "I had to learn to fight for myself," she pounds on her single "Praying," which saw the singer become the most honest she had ever been in her music. The stark piano ballad anchors her latest studio record, Rainbow, and first collection in...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Khalid to win Best New Artist

    2018 Grammy predictions: Khalid to win Best New Artist

    Khalid has a commanding presence. Not only in his personal bubble but in the overarching story of 2017, he has been everywhere. And he's just 19 years old. He issued his excellent, aching and honest debut full-player American Teen back in March, and the remarkably-wise performer, who grew up all...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Julia Michaels' 'Issues' to win Song of the Year

    2018 Grammy predictions: Julia Michaels' 'Issues' to win Song of the Year

    There are few breakout songwriters as vital to today's pop scene as Julia Michaels. Behind such hits as Selena Gomez's "Hands to Myself" and "Bad Liar," Fifth Harmony's "All in My Head (Flex)" and Justin Bieber's "Friends" (and a slew of other sterling hits and deep cuts), the singer-songwriter has...
  • 2018 Grammy predictions: Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' to take home Album of the Year

    2018 Grammy predictions: Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' to take home Album of the Year

    In a refreshing swerve, Album of the Year veers away from the predictable for some of the year's truly dynamic and compelling creators. Kendrick Lamar, whose last album To Pimp a Butterfly lost this category in 2016 to Taylor Swift's massive 1989, is back with his latest record, DAMN., which is also...
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