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Knicks Prepare for Gregg Popovich’s Spurs Onslaught

The Knicks Wall (Jared Hamburg) — The Knicks, without DeAndre Jordan, host DeMar DeRozan and the San Antonio Spurs after the Southwest Division team’s emotional loss to the Raptors on Friday. It’s nearing the end of February and, like years past, the New York Knicks (11-48) are already eliminated from the playoffs. The unofficial second half of the season has commenced […] The post Knicks Prepare for Gregg...
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Emmanuel Mudiay Returns in Knicks Loss to Timberwolves

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — The Knicks took an L from the Timberwolves in the team’s first game back from the All-Star break—and Emmanuel Mudiay’s first contest from an injury. The New York Knicks (11-48) began the post–All Star Weekend stretch with a loss to the below .500 Minnesota Timberwolves (28-30), falling 115-104. New Jersey native Karl-Anthony Towns was unavailable, […] The post Emmanuel...
  • 56 days ago
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Knicks Kickstart Unofficial Second Half of the Season With Timberwolves Matchup

The Knicks Wall (Eugene Rapay) — With more new faces and rookie Mitchell Robinson building momentum, the Knicks look to get their first win at home in 2019 against the Timberwolves.  After a nice restful break and All-Star Weekend festivities, the tankathon for Zion Williamson continues—although Knick fans are probably still catching their breaths after Wednesday night’s bizarre scare in the […] The post Knicks...
  • 57 days ago
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No, the Knicks Should Not Re-Sign DeAndre Jordan

The Knicks Wall (Steven Louis) — Speculation surrounding veteran center DeAndre Jordan’s role on the team and potentially in free agency has pushed the belief he could be back next year. Here’s why that’d be a lousy idea. First, a few nice things about DeAndre Jordan. He is very tall, which is a good thing. He went to high school in […] The post No, the Knicks Should Not Re-Sign DeAndre Jordan ...
  • 57 days ago
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TKW Podcast: Zion is alive and the Knicks return from the All Star break

The Knicks Wall (Bryan Gibberman) — The Knicks are set to hit the stretch run of the regular season with the All-Star break now behind us. Anthony Corbo, Kyle Maggio and Bryan Gibberman broke down UNC smashing Duke without Zion Williamson, looked at some”Tea Leaves” and prepare for the Knicks’ season to come to a close. TIMESTAMPS (02:30) Thoughts on the the […] The post TKW Podcast: Zion is alive and...
  • 57 days ago
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The Mysterious Disappearance of Noah Vonleh

The Knicks Wall (Harrison Liao) — Noah Vonleh went from key cog in the Knicks’ starting lineup to an afterthought coming off the bench. What happened to one of Scott Perry’s biggest revival projects? Six months ago, this was all a harmless chemistry experiment. With their revolutionary, 23-year-old center rehabbing a torn ACL, and their new head coach needing time to […] The post The Mysterious...
  • 58 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina, Mitchell Robinson, and Key Storylines for Homestretch of Season

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — As the the Knicks head into the final stretch of the season, there are a few key storylines to monitor as they attempt to build a solid recruitment pitch to notable free agents, including the Frank Ntilikina situation. There’s no way to sugarcoat how bad this season has been—it’s sucked. 11 wins in five months […] The post Frank Ntilikina, Mitchell Robinson, and Key Storylines for...
  • 59 days ago
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John Jenkins Signs Two-Year Deal With Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — The sharpshooting guard who tore up the G League only appeared in two games for the Knicks before the team decided to sign John Jenkins to a partially guaranteed two-year contact. New York Knicks guard John Jenkins has signed a two-year contract with the New York Knicks on Wednesday, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania. ESPN’s […] The post John Jenkins Signs Two-Year Deal...
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Report: Knicks Sign Former First-Round Pick Henry Ellenson to 10-Day Deal

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — The Pistons waived Henry Ellenson to sign Wayne Ellington earlier this month, but the Knicks will scoop up the power forward. The New York Knicks have signed former Detroit Pistons power forward Henry Ellenson to a 10-day contract, first reported by The Athletic’s Shams Charania. The 6-foot-11 Ellenson was selected 18th overall in the 2016 […] The post Report: Knicks Sign Former...
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TKW Highlights: Mitchell Robinson–Luke Kornet Knicks Zone Defense

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — The unique blend of defense from the Knicks is a college-style zone David Fizdale has deployed. Today’s a special edition of TKW Highlights as we bring you clips from New York Knicks head coach David Fizdale’s zone defense, which prominently features the frontcourt pairing of Mitchell Robinson and Luke Kornet. As heavily requested by our […] The post TKW Highlights:...
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Kadeem Allen, the Latest G League Late Bloomer for the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — With Emmanuel Mudiay and Frank Ntilikina suffering injuries, G League call-up Kadeem Allen has turned into a nice pickup for the Knicks in dire need of a high-motor guard. When the NBA first established a developmental league, its purpose was to give the underdog a chance to take the storied journey to the big stage. […] The post Kadeem Allen, the Latest G League Late Bloomer for the...
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Can Mitchell Robinson Be the Knicks’ (New) Big Man of the Future?

The Knicks Wall (Tim Kohut) — Due to his impressive learning curve and downright unlawful steal of a contract, Mitchell Robinson could blossom into an invaluable piece for the Knicks anchoring the paint longterm. It just a few short years ago that NBA fans were talking, almost ad nauseam, about the extinction of the center position. In fact, this wasn’t just chatter […] The post Can Mitchell Robinson Be the...
  • 61 days ago
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TKW Podcast: DSJ’s Dunks Fall Short After the Knicks Finally Get a Win

The Knicks Wall (Bryan Gibberman) —   Dennis Smith Jr. couldn’t get the Knicks a win All-Star Saturday night.  New York did end their 18-game losing streak prior to the All-Star break to give Anthony Corbo, Kyle Maggio and Bryan Gibberman something to be positive about on this edition of the TKW Podcast. TIMESTAMPS (01:15) A look back at Dennis Smith […] The post TKW Podcast: DSJ’s Dunks Fall Short After...
  • 61 days ago
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Dennis Smith Jr. Finishes Second to Hamidou Diallo in NBA’s Slam Dunk Contest

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — New York native and Oklahoma City Thunder guard Hamidou Diallo took home the hardware as Dennis Smith Jr. finished just short of winning the Slam Dunk Contest. For the first time all season, someone wearing a Knicks jersey competed in something meaningful. Dennis Smith Jr. returned home to Carolina to represent not just Fayetteville, North […] The post Dennis Smith Jr. Finishes Second...
  • 62 days ago
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Kevin Knox Scores 11 Points in Rising Stars Challenge Debut

The Knicks Wall (Evan Cole) — The Knicks’ 19-year-old, Kevin Knox, made his first All-Star Weekend appearance Friday night and represented New York well in a mundane win for Team USA. On Friday night, Kevin Knox, replacing injured Lonzo Ball, took part in the NBA’s Mountain Dew Ice Rising Stars Challenge in Charlotte, North Carolina. Knox was the consummate teammate for […] The post Kevin Knox Scores 11...
  • 63 days ago
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