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Knicks Film School: Joakim Noah, Frank Playing with Jack & More

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Catch up with the Knicks Film School notes from the past few games, including KP’s shooting slump, Joakim Noah’s fourth quarter revival, and more. Without further ado, here are a few interesting things I have noticed. Porzingis as a roll man Kristaps Porzingis is in a bit of shooting funk. Since starting the season on fire, his shot has cooled. Part of the reason could be...
  • 109 days ago
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Knicks Come Out Flat, Lose to Spurs 100–91

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — The Knicks have a New Year’s hangover against Kawhi Leonard and the burgeoning Spurs in New York’s first game and first loss of the 2018 calendar year. New year, same Knicks. The New York Knicks (18-19) played their first game of 2018, falling to the San Antonio Spurs (26-12) 100–91 at home. Tonight’s final score is not indicative of how poorly the Knicks played, as they lost...
  • 109 days ago
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Knicks Kick 2018 Off at Home Against the Spurs

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The Knicks are home for a quick detour before another road trip, this time facing the Spurs again at Madison Square Garden for the first game of 2018. Winter has come. With it comes the trials and tribulations that have haunted the Knicks in the past. January has been the plague for the Knicks in recent years, and over the past three seasons they have a combined record of 17-30. Right now they...
  • 109 days ago
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Monday Musings: New Year’s Resolutions

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — What is your 2018 Knicks New Year’s resolution? Happy New Year’s Day, folks! Happy holidays to Knicks fans, hopefully you had a safe time last night spent with family and/or friends. Let’s get right to our Knicks thoughts headed into the new year. 1. New Year, New Knicks The Knicks enter 2018 with a .500 record 36 games into the 2017-18 season. It’s admirable...
  • 110 days ago
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Through Growing Pains, the Knicks Should Start Ntilikina, Prioritize His Development

The Knicks Wall (Peter Saclarides) — Jeff Hornacek and the Knicks have ramped up rookie Frank Ntilikina’s minutes. The next step? Starting the teenaged point guard and molding the team’s future floor general. For years, the point guard position has consistently been a weak spot for the Knicks. The last 15 seasons of New York basketball have seen the likes of Toney Douglas, Ray Felton, Pablo Prigioni, Alexey Shved, and...
  • 111 days ago
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Clutch Play from Porzingis Lifts Knicks in New Orleans to Halt Four-Game Skid

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — Kristaps Porzingis’ clutch buckets pushes the Knicks over the Pelicans to put New York back in the win column after a four-game losing streak. (Phew.) Through two and a half quarters, the Knicks looked to be cruising to a comfortable win in New Orleans, on their way to halting their four-game winning streak and earning a rare road victory. They got the job done in the end, but ultimately...
  • 112 days ago
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Knicks in NOLA Searching for Answer to Road Troubles

The Knicks Wall (Ankit Mehra) — After losing their last four games, the New York Knicks are looking to come back on what is looking to be a woeful road trip against a New Orleans Pelicans team that has won three out of their last four.  The Knicks’ woes away from the Garden have been well-publicized. They’ve garnered more than two thirds of their wins at home, while recently losing to the Bulls and Spurs on the...
  • 112 days ago
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Knicks Film Study: The French Connection

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Frank Ntilikina got to meet his childhood idol Tony Parker when the Knicks took on the Spurs. Tony Parker got off to a hot start (5-of-6 shooting) with Jarrett Jack guarding him, but then Frank Ntilikina entered the game. Ntilikina did a good job preventing Parker from building off his hot start, he finished only 1-of-3 from the field. On the offensive end, the Spurs would often switched on...
  • 114 days ago
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Knicks Lose Second Straight Road Game, Fall in San Antonio 119-107

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — Porzingis fouls out, the Spurs out-Spurs the Knicks, and the team in orange and blue notches another road loss. Headed into San Antonio, the Knicks were likely relieved they wouldn’t be terrorized by the All-Star perimeter defender Kawhi Leonard. Instead of taking advantage of both Leonard out and Rudy Gay exiting early with a heel injury, the Knicks were overtaken by head coach Gregg...
  • 114 days ago
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TKW Podcast: Kanter Claus, Trade Deadline & Playoff Hopes

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — Anthony Corbo is joined by TKW editor Matt Spendley to form a dynamic duo you don’t want to miss! They discuss the Knicks/Bulls matchup, Enes Kanter’s wild Christmas game & contract, what the Knicks could do around the trade deadline, the team’s chances at making the playoffs, Kristaps Porzingis’ inconsistencies this season, Tim Hardaway Jr.’s lingering...
  • 114 days ago
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Knicks Attempt to Overcome Road Hardships in San Antonio

The Knicks Wall (Harley Geffner) — After dropping a fourth quarter dud in Chicago, a quick turnaround finds New York facing Kawhi Leonard and the perma-threatening Spurs in San Antonio. The Knicks (17-17) will head to the AT&T Center to take on Gregg Popovich’s San Antonio Spurs (24-11) on Thursday night, looking to bounce back from last night’s loss against the Bulls, which brought them to an abysmal 2-11 road record. The...
  • 115 days ago
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Knicks Road Woes Continue, Lose to Bulls

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — The Knicks were defeated by the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night, 92-87. After getting off to a terrific start and building an 11-point lead, the Knicks faltered in the final three quarters en route to a 92-87 loss to the Chicago Bulls. Add another tough loss to their terrible road record of 2-11, and just like that, the Knicks are back at .500. Defensively, the Knicks did a decent job...
  • 115 days ago
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Knicks Look to Right the Ship in Chicago

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — The Knicks (17-16) face the Chicago Bulls (11-22) Wednesday night, looking to bounce back from an entertaining but disappointing Christmas day 105-98 loss to Philadelphia at the Garden. The Knicks have lost two straight games defined by untimely miscues, and have dropped three out of their past four contests overall. The Bulls have surprisingly won eight of 10, most recently a 115-106 victory...
  • 115 days ago
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Trey Burke Is the Missing Piece to the Knicks’ Cursed Guard Depth

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — The Knicks have stunted player development in favor of a veteran push to make (and fail to reach) the playoffs. What if promoting G League baller Trey Burke could answer both problems? Many of us thought the Knicks would be passively tanking for a future wing. Yet here they are, surprisingly off to a decent start. They’re hovering over the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference as we head...
  • 116 days ago
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Knicks Lose 105-98 to Sixers on Christmas Day

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — Enes Kanter’s best efforts were marred by missed free throws from New York as they fell to Philadelphia. It was uncertain if fellow superstar big Joel Embiid would suit up for the first of the NBA’s traditional marquee slate. In the first of four meetings between these two young squads, Embiid saved up his body and arsenal of offense just for the Knicks. The downside is by Kristaps...
  • 117 days ago
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