Alder Almo

Expertise:
NBA, Basketball
Education:
University of Santo Tomas
Location:
Jersey City, New Jersey

Experience

Alder Almo is a basketball journalist covering the NBA for Heavy.com, with a focus on the New York Knicks. He has more than 15 years of experience in local and international media.

Almo 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 Philstar.com.

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.

Education

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

Latest Articles From Alder Almo

  • Lakers Expected to Make Consolidation Trade: Report

    Los Angeles Lakers are pivoting to the trade market for an impact player after missing out on free-agent targets.

  • G League Coach of the Year Reunites With JJ Redick at Lakers: Report

  • Warriors Sign Microwave Scorer After Ringing Endorsement

  • Warriors’ Brandin Podziemski Holds Key in $67.5 Million Star Trade: Insider

  • Nuggets ‘Flirted’ Trading Michael Porter Jr. For 9-Time NBA All-Star: Report

  • Jalen Brunson’s New Knicks Deal Questioned: ‘Maybe There’s Under the Table’

    Paul Pierce speculates on the reasons behind Jalen Brunson's surprising contract decision with the New York Knicks. What's really going on?

  • Knicks’ Mitchell Robinson Clears Air Over Series of Donald Trump Posts

  • Knicks in Trade Talks With High-Salaried Veteran Centers: Report

  • Knicks’ Mitchell Robinson Reacts to Assassination Attempt on Donald Trump

  • Knicks Trade Pitch Flips Jericho Sims for Former Lottery Pick Center

  • Knicks’ OG Anunoby Reacts to Mikal Bridges Trade

    OG Anunoby and Mikal Bridges share the same game and are now on the same Knicks team. Find out what they think about each other.

  • Knicks Rookie Produces Eye-Popping Numbers: ‘That’s My Calling Card’

  • NYC Mayor Eric Adams Issues Statement on Knicks Star’s Bold Move

  • New Knicks Star Expected to Follow Jalen Brunson’s ‘Unprecedented’ Move: Report

  • Josh Hart Tops Best Reactions to Knicks Star’s New Deal

  • Serena Williams Takes Playful Shot at Lakers’ LeBron & Bronny James

  • Warriors GM Discusses Steph Curry’s Future After Klay Thompson’s Exit

  • Lakers $51 Million Starter ‘Has Some Appeal’ to Potential Trade Partner

  • Warriors Have ‘Best Package’ for Former NBA Most Improved Player

  • Celtics Star Jayson Tatum Reacts to 76ers’ Offseason Upgrades

    The Philadelphia 76ers' offseason acquisitions have positioned them as a strong contender. Find out what Jayson Tatum has to say.

  • Celtics Star Sends Strong Message to Knicks After Mikal Bridges Trade

  • Knicks Rookie Cracks B/R’s Top 30 NBA Summer League Prospects to Watch

  • Lakers Unwilling to Meet Asking Price for $160 Million Trade Target: Report

  • Nuggets Trade Pitch Lands Former Euroleague MVP as Jamal Murray’s Backup

  • Knicks Trade Pitch Swaps Jericho Sims for NBA’s No. 2 Shot Blocker

    Delve into the New York Knicks' pursuit of a replacement for Isaiah Hartenstein. Can they swap Jericho Sims for a more reliable backup?

  • Lakers Star Anthony Davis Sets Expectation for JJ Redick’s Rookie Season

  • Lakers Star LeBron James Breaks Silence on JJ Redick Hire

  • Warriors Trade Proposal Lands New Steph Curry Co-Star & Shot-Blocking Big Man

  • Nuggets Get Frontcourt Help for Nikola Jokic, Sign Versatile Euro Big Man

  • Knicks Lose Tom Thibodeau’s Top Deputy: Report

    The New York Knicks just lost Tom Thibodeau’s top deputy Johnnie Bryant to a conference rival, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. “New York Knicks [associate head coach] Johnnie Bryant has agreed on a deal to become associate head coach with the Cleveland Cavaliers, sources tell ESPN. Bryant will join Kenny Atkinson’s new staff after four […]