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Reports: Jason Kidd’s Candidacy Picking Up Steam in Knicks Organization

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Friday saw a new report on Jason Kidd entering pole position for the next Knicks head coach role as contract disputes stall Tom Thibodeau. Jason Kidd may have usurped Tom Thibodeau as the front-runner to be named the New York Knicks’ next head coach. Kidd was reported to be in the mix along with Thibodeau […] The post Reports: Jason Kidd’s Candidacy Picking Up Steam in...
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Revisiting Random Knicks Seasons of the Past: 1999–2000

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — After the incredibly strange 1999 Finals run the previous year, the 1999–2000 Knicks were at a crossroads in the franchise’s history. The New York Knicks began the century at the end of an era. They had enough juice to follow up their improbable ‘99 Finals run with a gritty 50-win season and another deep playoff […] The post Revisiting Random Knicks Seasons of the Past: 1999–2000...
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Podcast: Is the Knicks’ Rebuild Really Ending?

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — On this week’s episode of The Knicks Wall Podcast, the fellas are joined by Eli Cohen to talk through potential blockbuster trade scenarios. The news had to stop at some point, I guess. Last week was considerably quieter for the New York Knicks, and boredom is not a good thing for some. And by some, […] The post Podcast: Is the Knicks’ Rebuild Really Ending? appeared first...
  • 132 days ago
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Is James Wiseman a (Sneaky) Good Fit on the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Tim Kohut) — Upon first glance, James Wiseman big man is a poor fit on a Knicks’ team featuring young center Mitchell Robinson, but the two may actually be able to co-exist. If there’s any mantra that doesn’t apply to the New York Knicks in recent years it’s “go big or go home.” Because the Knicks have been […] The post Is James Wiseman a (Sneaky) Good Fit on the...
  • 133 days ago
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Knicks Trade Possibilities: Northwest Division

The Knicks Wall (Sam DiGiovanni) — Moving to the Western Conference, we look at which trades the Knicks could make to improve a few key areas, like dealing for a better backcourt. As the New York Knicks end another season devoid of a postseason bid, the franchise will shift its focus to the draft, free agency, and the trade market. Team […] The post Knicks Trade Possibilities: Northwest Division appeared first on The...
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Knicks Missed Opportunities: Out of Reach Stars

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — The Knicks have missed out on a lot of quality players in recent memory. Which ones were the most impactful and how it changed the trajectory of the franchise? The past two decades of New York Knicks basketball have been marred with disappointment, poor play, and just plain incompetence. The once-storied franchise has gone down […] The post Knicks Missed Opportunities: Out of Reach...
  • 134 days ago
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Is Patrick Williams the Project Worth Trading Up For?

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Patrick Williams is by no means a target for the Knicks’ top pick, but the Florida State forward would complement Mitchell Robinson should the Knicks find themselves in possession of a higher second first-round draft pick. Patrick Williams is generally considered likely to be drafted somewhere in the late- to post-lottery range, which is part […] The post Is Patrick Williams the...
  • 135 days ago
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How Much Does RJ Barrett’s Three-Point Development Mean to His Personal Progress?

The Knicks Wall (Tyler Marko) — Knicks rookie swingman RJ Barrett is a shooting guard without a solid outside shot. How impactful will that be in the Canadian’s career? R.J. Barrett’s rookie season officially ended when the New York Knicks announced that they would not participate in games played in another bubble for teams out of playoff contention. It was an […] The post How Much Does RJ Barrett’s...
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What to Make of the Knicks’ Theo Pinson and Jared Harper Additions

The Knicks Wall (Brendan Campbell) — The Knicks swapped two former G Leaguers a few weeks back for two new raw players—Theo Pinson and Jared Harper. What’s the deal with them? The New York Knicks’ organization is no stranger to national media attention. More often that not, that media attention has little to nothing to do with the on-court product the […] The post What to Make of the Knicks’ Theo Pinson...
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Podcast: Tom Thibodeau Is One Step Closer to Knicks Head Coach & What About a ‘Melo Reunion?

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — On this week’s episode of The Knicks Wall Podcast, Kyle and Mike discuss the team’s interest in leading head-coach candidate Tom Thibodeau and the possibility of bringing back Carmelo Anthony. It was another newsworthy week for the New York Knicks. They are wrapping up their head coaching search and, as expected, Tom Thibodeau remains the […] The post Podcast: Tom Thibodeau...
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Knicks Trade Possibilities: Southeast Division

The Knicks Wall (Sam DiGiovanni) — Moving to the final Eastern Conference division, we look at what trades make sense for the Knicks to improve the roster going forward. As the New York Knicks end another season devoid of a postseason bid, the franchise will shift its focus to the draft, free agency, and the trade market. Team president Leon Rose’s […] The post Knicks Trade Possibilities: Southeast Division appeared...
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Devin Booker Is the Best Chance at a Blockbuster Trade for the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The connections are all laid out in front of us: the new Knicks front office, Leon Rose and William Wesley, are very close to Suns star Devin Booker. What does it take to trade for the volume scorer? When William “World Wide Wes” Wesley was officially brought in as a senior advisor to new team […] The post Devin Booker Is the Best Chance at a Blockbuster Trade for the Knicks appeared...
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Despite Front Office Additions, Patience Is Key for New York’s Roster

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — Rumors have indicated new team president Leon Rose could be seeking a blockbuster trade in the offseason, which wouldn’t work for the Knicks. While perception is not often reality, it certainly seems as if the New York Knicks are preparing to once again gear up for another short-term plan that involves moving assets to acquire […] The post Despite Front Office Additions, Patience...
  • 142 days ago
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Monday Musings: A Proper Farewell Tour

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Could Carmelo Anthony be in play with the CAA-aligned Knicks front office? A farewell reunion tour with the ex-‘Bocker is possible in this week’s Musings. Happy endings are not a common occurrence at 4 Pennsylvania Plaza. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Patrick Ewing, Bernard King, even Willis Reed can all account for an unceremonious […] The post Monday Musings: A Proper...
  • 143 days ago
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The Knicks Should Hire an ‘Unproven’ Coach

The Knicks Wall (Harrison Liao) — The Knicks are known for chasing after the latest and flashiest coach on the market, but perhaps it’s time to pair their young players with a person without a previous reputation. Sometimes the new thing is better than the old thing, but we know what the old thing is, whereas the new thing is just […] The post The Knicks Should Hire an ‘Unproven’ Coach appeared first...
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