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The Case For Julius Randle as a Secondary Option

The Knicks Wall (Candace Pedraza) — Julius Randle’s struggles this season were well-documented. Could a shifting of offensive responsibilities help him regain some dominance? This season of New York Knicks basketball revealed quite a lot about roles on the squad and who could, or more importantly, could not step up as the true playmaker within a starting lineup that lacked a […] The post The Case For Julius Randle...
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Will Kendall Brown’s Freakish Combine Workout Make Him the 11th Pick?

The Knicks Wall (Jesse Cinquini) — Though Kendall Brown is unpolished and struggles to make plays on offense, his physical gifts should make him a first-round pick in the 2022 NBA Draft. Despite being a wide-eyed freshman, Kendall Brown started every game for Baylor during the Bears’ title defense. Brown averaged 9.7 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists, and 1.0 steals across […] The post Will Kendall Brown’s...
  • 16 days ago
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Exploring Sign-and-Trade Options for Mitchell Robinson

The Knicks Wall (Will Bjarnar) — Mitchell Robinson will be a prized unrestricted free agent this offseason. It would behoove the Knicks to explore ways to maximize his value in the event the center wants to leave the Big Apple. Remember your first car? Mine was an early-’90s white Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera. Its interior was suede, and my god was it […] The post Exploring Sign-and-Trade Options for Mitchell...
  • 17 days ago
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What Should the Knicks Do About Kemba Walker?

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Kiernan) — Currently filling up a roster spot on the Knicks for the upcoming season, Kemba Walker will have to be moved off the team one way or another.  The excitement behind Kemba Walker playing for his hometown New York Knicks was just about as sheer as his downfall from the rotation. Aside from a 44-point outburst […] The post What Should the Knicks Do About Kemba Walker? appeared first on ...
  • 20 days ago
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Evaluating the Complex and Potentially Underrated 2022 International Draft Class

The Knicks Wall (Nick Carannante) — The Knicks will have to look internationally to best evaluate the sprawling 2022 NBA Draft class. Here is the down-low on the underrated international prospects. People have mentioned how the international prospects in the 2022 NBA Draft class do not compare to the high expectations set by modern drafts lined with international superstars filling up […] The post Evaluating the Complex...
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Breaking Down Knicks’ 2022–23 Frontcourt Rotation

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Diaz) — The Knicks have all but one player, Mitchell Robinson, in their frontcourt signed for next season. Will that permanently impact the rotation? Since the season ended, the New York Knicks’ frontcourt has been the topic of many conversations. From the endless mock trades involving star forward Julius Randle after a disappointing season following winning the […] The post Breaking...
  • 22 days ago
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Should Mark Williams Be a Trade-Back Target in the Draft?

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Given Knicks management’s recent draft strategy, perhaps making a draft-night trade back for Duke big man Mark Williams is the move. Either way, Williams possesses defensive upside. Entering the third season of the Leon Rose Braintrust era, we still have more questions than answers about the front office’s plans and preferences for the long-term shape […] The post Should...
  • 23 days ago
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What Can the Knicks Learn From the 2022 Postseason?

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — For Tom Thibodeau and the Knicks, there is much to be learned and observed from the 2022 NBA playoffs after failing to reach a postseason berth one year removed from the fourth seed. With the 2022 NBA Finals underway between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics, I think it’s fair to look at this […] The post What Can the Knicks Learn From the 2022 Postseason? appeared first on...
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Report: Rick Brunson Joining Tom Thibodeau’s Coaching Staff

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — Rick Brunson, a former assistant for Tom Thibodeau and ex-client of Leon Rose, joins the Knicks as his son, Jalen, hits free agency. The New York Knicks are in the final stages of hiring Rick Brunson to join Tom Thibodeau’s coaching staff as an assistant, according to SNY’s Ian Begley. Brunson, 49, was a former […] The post Report: Rick Brunson Joining Tom Thibodeau’s Coaching...
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Keegan Murray Is the 2022 Draft’s Do-It-All Wing

The Knicks Wall (Eugene Rapay) — Keegan Murray fits the two-way wing scorer archetype that every NBA team is looking for. Could he be a realistic target for the Knicks? Unless you were an Iowa Hawkeyes fan, odds are you hadn’t heard of Keegan Murray entering this past college basketball season. The 6-foot-8, 225-pound forward quickly changed all that with a […] The post Keegan Murray Is the 2022 Draft’s...
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Knicks Should Not Be Shy in Pursuit of Zion Williamson

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — With a report skeptical of Zion Williamson signing a max contract with current team Pelicans, could the Knicks swoop in, pay the oft-injured power forward, and pair him with teammate and friend RJ Barrett? The call to action may finally be on the horizon. For years, five if you are keeping count at home, the […] The post Knicks Should Not Be Shy in Pursuit of Zion Williamson appeared...
  • 29 days ago
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Can Dyson Daniels Be Another Young, Upside Asset for the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — Aussie Dyson Daniels is rising up draft boards due to his well-rounded game. The Knicks could make a move to get him or hope he falls into their laps at 11. 19-year-old Dyson Daniels was born in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia, and began playing basketball at a young age. Daniels played Australian rules football when younger […] The post Can Dyson Daniels Be Another Young, Upside Asset...
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What Does the Future Hold for Cam Reddish and the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Candace Pedraza) — Cam Reddish struggled to crack the Knicks’ rotation last year, but with a summer to heal, he could work his way into a real role this season. The New York Knicks made a small wave this past season when they traded Kevin Knox II and a 2022 protected first-round pick (by way of the Charlotte […] The post What Does the Future Hold for Cam Reddish and the Knicks? appeared first on ...
  • 31 days ago
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Who Are the Most Tradable Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Kiernan) — With teams looking to make trades up and down the NBA Draft order, it’s worth looking at which Knicks can and can’t be included in potential trade packages. The New York Knicks are in a fortunate position to have drafted well in decent years and possess a wealth of potential young talent. Their success toward […] The post Who Are the Most Tradable Knicks? appeared first on The Knicks...
  • 34 days ago
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Jeremy Sochan: The Most Versatile Player in the NBA Draft

The Knicks Wall (Nick Carannante) — Jeremy Sochan is a 6-foot-9 forward with flair in his game and intensity on defense. The NBA Draft prospect is also the most versatile in the class with both uniqueness in his game and in his background. The term “position-less” is often overused when discussing the modern NBA, but certain players deserve the title, thus […] The post Jeremy Sochan: The Most Versatile Player...
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