Knicks' biggest game? Landing LeBron

After two years of pain for hopes of a July 2010 gain, New York can't come up empty

Updated: July 1, 2010, 8:34 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

The New York Knicks of Jim Dolan and Donnie Walsh and Mike D'Antoni have not won many games, but they do have a chance to win this one. When there seemed a better chance of President Obama's family vacationing with Gen. McChrystal's than there was of LeBron James signing with New York, James sent word the Knicks should land in Ohio ready to play.

The Thursday afternoon meeting is hardly a courtesy interview, the Knicks have been assured. Were they worried in recent days when LeBron ...

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