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TKW Film School: Pick-and-Roll Defense, Tim Hardaway Jr. & More

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — The Knicks have only played three games, but that won’t stop us from looking into the film for interesting tidbits. Each week I’ll breakdown interesting things I see on film, respond to questions and ideas from people on Twitter, and hopefully, provide you with a unique perspective on the New York Knickerbockers. Please make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow Knicks Film...
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Knicks, Nets Fight for New York Bragging Rights

The Knicks Wall (Matt Spendley) — The Knicks go for their first win of the season on Friday night against Brooklyn.   Saying that the Knicks have struggled to start this season would be a gross understatement. I’d argue that they’ve been bad! Really bad! Their New York City counterparts, however, have been an entertaining bunch, highlighted by an impressive victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday...
  • 263 days ago
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The Defensive Warts on New York Probably Aren’t Going Anywhere in a Hurry

The Knicks Wall (Ankit Mehra) — The Knicks, struggling on both ends of the court, are producing some really ugly numbers; let’s look at them!   The New York Knicks were not expected to be good this season. That being said, the Knicks are now 0–3 and have been about as competitive as a G League team. Although relatively stagnant on offense, the Knicks defense has been their Achilles’ heel, placing them amongst the...
  • 264 days ago
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Knicks Film Study: Tim Hardaway Jr. Shooting Slump

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Tim Hardaway Jr. is off to a 9-37 shooting slump. Let’s take a look at where he is struggling most, as well as areas where he has had some early success.     The post Knicks Film Study: Tim Hardaway Jr. Shooting Slump appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
  • 265 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek’s Time Is Running Out

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — The Knicks are treading water, rolling out a team with a coach that seems to have little interest in playing the young bucks. Is the clock on Hornacek ticking towards midnight?   NOBODY WOULD FAULT JEFF HORNACEK IF THE KNICKS PLAYED THEIR YOUNG PLAYERS AND LOST BADLY. However, this hasn’t happened through three games. Instead, Hornacek has decided to play Enes Kanter, Michael Beasley,...
  • 265 days ago
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TKW Podcast: Bledsoe, Trade Assets, Big Man Rotation, THJ & more.

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — Big time reactions + a small sample size + TKW Associate Editor Matt Spendley joining Anthony Corbo = an outstanding podcast.   They break down the potential for New York pulling off a trade for Eric Bledsoe, what assets the Knicks have in their trunk, takeaways through two games, the KP–Kanter tandem, Hornacek’s rotations, ineffectiveness at the point guard spot, Frank Ntilikina so far,...
  • 266 days ago
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Offense Trips on Clam Chowder as Knicks Fall to Celtics in Boston

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — Porzingis falls back to Earth and Kanter gobbles up rebounds in a tough game to swallow for the Knicks’ third loss.   The Boston Celtics, noticeably without big contributors Gordon Hayward and Marcus Smart, hosted the New York Knicks on Tuesday night at the TD Garden in Beantown. New York, led by seven-foot-three unicorn Kristaps Porzingis lost to the Celtics, a score of 110–89. New York...
  • 266 days ago
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Knicks Head Up to Boston Looking for First Win

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The Knicks head up to the other Garden to take on Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics.   The regular season has treated the Knicks as well as the preseason did. Kristaps Porzingis is looking for his first win to usher in his new era, though none of the fault can fall on his shoulders. KP has been on fire on the offensive end. Through two games he is averaging 32.0 points, 8.5 rebounds,...
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Burke, Hayes Announced to Westchester Knicks Training Camp Roster

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — The Knicks’ G League squad starts their season soon, too!   The Westchester Knicks, New York’s G League affiliate team, announced their training camp roster on Monday. Here’s how the training camp roster shakes out in White Plains, per The Step Back’s Chris Reichert: The Westchester Knicks announce their training camp roster #GLeague pic.twitter.com/OOq7UmWWGj — Chris Reichert...
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Knicks Film Study: Kyle O’Quinn, 1990s Grind

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Kyle O’Quinn had an impressive performance in the New York Knicks home opener. With his physical post play, it was reminiscent of an earlier Knicks era.     The post Knicks Film Study: Kyle O’Quinn, 1990s Grind appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
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Knicks’ Home Opener Spoiled By Familiar Weakness Against the Pistons

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — The Knicks were defeated by the Pistons on Saturday night by a score of 111–107.   On paper, when you look at this roster, you wonder where the additional offense will come from. Kristaps Porzingis will carry it all on his shoulders and he’s proven he’s ready for it. But winning can’t be done solely by one player, no matter how great he is. It takes his teammates doing the little things...
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Porzingis & Co. Continue in Home Opener Versus Detroit

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — The Knicks christen MSG with a Saturday night matchup against the Pistons.   It will feel like a surreal moment but also a breath of fresh air in the Garden as the Knicks take the Garden floor for the first time officially without Carmelo Anthony. After their loss in Oklahoma City on Thursday night, coming back to New York will be a nice change of pace. Last year in the home opener, KP...
  • 269 days ago
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Deciphering Why Willy Was Chained to the Bench

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Not playing one of your top young building blocks during the preseason is one thing. Keeping him on the bench in the season opener? Now it’s time to investigate.   The 2017–18 season got off to a predictable start last night. The Oklahoma City Thunder rolled through the Knicks and everyone not named Kristaps Porzingis looked like spoiled milk. There were no true surprises. Carmelo Anthony...
  • 269 days ago
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TKW Film School: Opening Night, Porzingis vs. Melo, Ron Baker & More

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — The Knicks opened the season with a marquee match up in Oklahoma City. How did the young guys fare against Russ and co.?   After a long and exciting offseason, real basketball was finally back on Thursday night. The Knicks looked good for most of the first half, before falling apart after the intermission. Let’s take a look at a few things I found interesting. The heavyweight matchup When...
  • 269 days ago
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