Alder Almo

New York Knicks, NBA, Basketball
University of Santo Tomas
Jersey City, New Jersey


Alder Almo is a basketball journalist covering the New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors for Heavy. He has more than 15 years of experience in local and international media. He previously covered the Knicks for Empire Sports Media and Off the Glass. He was a senior content writer and producer for TV5 in the Philippines and an associate editor at Fox Sports Philippines. He has also worked at NBA Philippines and

Alder is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and is credentialed by the NBA as an international writer. He has traveled the world covering Manny Pacquiao boxing fights, the Asian Games and the Philippines’ national basketball team. Alder is now based in Jersey City, New Jersey.


Alder graduated from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines with a degree in philosophy and religious studies.

Latest Articles From Alder Almo

  • Knicks’ Josh Hart Sends Message to Damian Lillard After Blockbuster Trade to Bucks

    New York Knicks' Josh Hart was one of the first NBA players to react to his former teammate Damian Lillard getting traded to the Milwaukee Bucks.

  • Warriors Sign Rudy Gay to 1-Year Deal: Report

  • Lakers Legend Magic Johnson Interested in Knicks Ownership

  • Stephen Curry’s Wild Training in UAE Has Warriors Fans Excited

  • Warriors GM Explains Why They Passed Up on Dwight Howard

  • Tom Thibodeau Provides Medical Update on Knicks All-Star Julius Randle

    New York Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau gave a brief update on two-time All-Star power forward Julius Randle's recovery from an ankle surgery in June. 

  • Warriors Finalizing Deal to Add Extra Wing: Report

  • Will Chris Paul Start? Steve Kerr Weighs In Ahead of Warriors Training Camp

  • Knicks Promote Controversial Exec After Scott Perry’s Exit

  • ‘There Is Optimism’ Knicks, Immanuel Quickley Get Deal Done: Report

  • Warriors Monitoring Potential Stephen Curry Co-Star

    The Golden State Warriors are among the few teams expected to monitor Giannis Antetokounmpo's developing situation with the Milwaukee Bucks, ESPN reported.

  • Dwight Howard Posts Puzzling Tweet After Warriors Decline Signing Him

  • MSG Network Considering 2 Ex-Knicks as Walt Frazier Fill-in for Road Games

  • Zach Lowe Reveals Why Knicks Can Make Conference Finals

  • Warriors Finally Make Decision on Dwight Howard’s Fate

  • Dwight Howard Trains With Warriors Veterans in LA [WATCH]

  • Knicks to Hold NBA Training Camp Outside New York

  • Warriors Star Draymond Green Reacts to Dwight Howard’s Workout Leak

  • NBA Rumor: Dwight Howard Successfully Finishes 2-Day Warriors Workout

  • Warriors’ Draymond Green, Chris Paul Spotted Training Together [WATCH]

    Former fierce rivals-turned-teammates Draymond Green and Chris Paul were spotted linking up ahead of next week's NBA training camp to build chemistry.

  • Owning Major Sports Teams Bores Knicks Owner James Dolan: ‘Kind of Sleepy’

  • Knicks Hold Trump Card in Potential Giannis Antetokounmpo Bidding War

  • Knicks’ Immanuel Quickley Odds-on Favorite to Win Major Award

  • Damian Lillard Reveals Reason Why He’d Never Join Warriors

  • New Details Emerge on Warriors-Klay Thompson Extension Talks

    An NBA insider reveals new wrinkles on the Golden State Warriors extension talks with Klay Thompson.

  • Knicks’ Julius Randle Moves to WME, Former CAA Agent Reacts

  • Knicks Bring Back Ryan Arcidiacono

  • Warriors, Dwight Howard to Discuss Potential Fit: Report

  • Warriors Add Size, Sign Former 1st-Round Pick

  • Warriors’ Steph Curry, Chris Paul Exempted From New NBA Policy

    There is an exception to the new NBA Player Participation policy, which could benefit the aging Golden State Warriors championship core.