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2017 Draft Re-Do: What If the Knicks Never Drafted Frank Ntilikina?

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Trading for Dennis Smith Jr. seemingly closed the loop on the Knicks’ 2017 draft selection, but the Frank Ntilikina pick actually opens a new can of worms when re-examining the situation. In the second entry of our draft “what-if” miniseries, we look back at 2017’s NBA draft and see where the team would be if […] The post 2017 Draft Re-Do: What If the Knicks Never Drafted...
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TKW Podcast: Mayar Zokaei and the future of Mitchell Robinson with the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Bryan Gibberman) — The TKW Podcast is joined by Mitchell Robinson’s agent Mayar Zokaei. A wide ranging conversation with Mitchell Robinson’s agent Mayar Zokaei. How he decided to become a sports agent, a look at Robinson’s rookie season and what is in store for the future. RATE, REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE!! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tkw-podcast/id1258330953?mt=2 FOLLOW US!! Anthony:...
  • 144 days ago
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Can Mitchell Robinson (Learn to) Shoot Threes?

The Knicks Wall (Harrison Liao) — Knicks center Mitchell Robinson is reportedly trying to incorporate three-point shooting into his game—which has only included near-basket shots. 12 feet. Discounting free throws, that’s the longest shot distance from which Mitchell Robinson has converted in the NBA so far. Robinson is many things. A First Team All-Defense type prospect. A truly elite athlete, even […] The post ...
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Should the Knicks Consider Drafting Kevin Porter Jr.?

The Knicks Wall (Evan Cole) — Once considered a top-10 talent in the draft, Kevin Porter Jr. has seen his stock fall into the mid-to-late first round. Should the Knicks acquire another first to select the USC product? Moving south from Seattle, Kevin Porter Jr. had a roller coaster year in his lone season at the University of Southern California. After exploding […] The post Should the Knicks Consider Drafting...
  • 145 days ago
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Will Allonzo Trier Be a Part of the Knicks’ Future?

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — New York’s undrafted free agent was a revelation for the Knicks in his rookie year, but Allonzo Trier has mostly sat on the back burner of the discussion of the team’s future. There’s something old school to Allonzo Trier’s game. He has the herky-jerky ball-handling style of Allen Iverson—probing for space in the halfcourt and, […] The post Will Allonzo Trier Be a Part of the...
  • 146 days ago
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Mario Hezonja Is a Garbage Time Legend

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — Mario Hezonja’s first season with the Knicks could be his last one, but that doesn’t diminish the achievement of Hezonja earning “garbage time legend” status. As Knicks fans, we tend to think about the silver linings after every unsuccessful season—which also tends to be every season coincidentally. Even intended tank seasons have led to draft […] The post Mario...
  • 149 days ago
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TKW Podcast: What will be Dennis Smith Jr. & Kevin Knox’s role moving forward?

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — The 2018-19 has come and, mercifully, gone. Anthony Corbo and Kyle Maggio are back with thoughts about how the Knicks need to prepare to head towards the summer, take time to resurrect the name of Dan Gadzuric and question David Fizdale’s ability to coach a contending team. TIMESTAMPS (04:14) Emmanuel Mudiay vs Earl Barron (09:32) […] The post TKW Podcast: What will be Dennis...
  • 150 days ago
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2018 Draft Re-Do: What Do the Knicks Look Like If They Never Drafted Kevin Knox?

The Knicks Wall (Tim Kohut) — Kevin Knox was New York’s first-round selection in the 2018 draft, but it’s not inconceivable to think these three names could have been wearing Knicks orange and blue. The first entry in our draft “what-if” miniseries, we look back at last year’s NBA draft and see where the team would be if they selected someone […] The post 2018 Draft Re-Do: What Do the...
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R.J. Barrett vs. Jarrett Culver Is the Draft Prospect Debate We Didn’t Know We Needed

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Should the Knicks fail to obtain the first overall pick, they’ll have a conundrum deciding who to pick after Zion’s coronation. Where do Jarrett Culver and R.J. Barrett fall on the spectrum, and why do they spark debate? The Knicks Wall is setting a spotlight on the top prospects in the 2019 NBA Draft. Follow along […] The post R.J. Barrett vs. Jarrett Culver Is the Draft...
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Is Nassir Little a Reach in the Draft for the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Kevin Gamgort) — Nassir Little had an up-and-down freshman season at North Carolina, but he’s declared for the NBA. Let’s dive into the interest in the forward from the Knicks. The Knicks Wall is setting a spotlight on the top prospects in the 2019 NBA Draft. Follow along with weekly features on the draft and players. First up […] The post Is Nassir Little a Reach in the Draft for the...
  • 152 days ago
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Six Questions for the New York Knicks Summer Riddle

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — New York’s offseason is when it puts its money where its mouth is. The Knicks have many questions to answer in June and July—how do they right the ship? This is the most important offseason in the history of the New York Knicks. After trading Kristaps Porzingis, Courtney Lee, and Tim Hardaway Jr. to Dallas […] The post Six Questions for the New York Knicks Summer Riddle appeared...
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Patrick Ewing Will Represent Knicks at Draft Lottery, ESPN Reports

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — Knicks legend Patrick Ewing will sit at the team’s dais and work his magic at the NBA’s draft lottery in May. Late Friday night, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Ian Begley reported that New York Knicks legend and current Georgetown head coach Patrick Ewing will be designated as the NBA team’s “representative” at the league’s Draft […] The post ...
  • 156 days ago
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Kevin Knox: Where He’s Been, Where He’s At, Where He’s Going

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Kevin Knox has emerged as the clear “roller coaster” candidate of the New York Knicks’ rookie class. With his first season in the books, what’s next for the 19-year-old? With Wednesday’s playoffs-denying win against the Pistons final beatdown by a mediocre team, the last Knicks game is in the books, which means another season has […] The post Kevin Knox:...
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TKW Highlights: Mitchell Robinson and John Jenkins vs. Pistons

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — Mitchell Robinson and John Jenkins combined to score 27 points for the Knicks in the team’s final game—and loss—of the 2018–19 season. All five of Knicks rookie center Mitchell Robinson’s made field goals from Wednesday’s season finale versus the Detroit Pistons came via the alley-oop—Robinson’s offensive weapon of choice in his first NBA campaign. New […] The...
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Contract-Year Knicks: Who Deserves to Be Re-Signed?

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Mike Cortez breaks down New York’s non-reclamation free agents and determines whether the Knicks should retain them for the 2019–20 season. We have reached the finish line. This season has been a trek like no other—the ultimate test of our pain tolerance. The long night is (hopefully) coming to a close. The most important summer […] The post Contract-Year Knicks: Who Deserves to Be...
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