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Why the Knicks need Zion Williamson

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — If they get the chance, they should take it. The following comes to us from new contributor (and old friend of mine) Chris Molicki. You can find him @chrismol44 on Twitter and on his very NCAA basketball-centric Sports Brunch podcast . Enjoy! -Alex Not even a year ago, Zion Williamson was a theoretical player. His legend was created in high school mixtapes that displayed his...
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Should the Knicks trade down if they don’t get Zion?

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — It might make sense. This year New York has a 14 percent chance to win the draft lottery. If you’ve ever rooted for the Knicks before, the truth is they actually have an 86 percent chance to pick elsewhere. This isn’t a glass half full/empty situation. It’s not even a has a splash vs. looks full to me situation. It’s a how do you survive with such little water when there’s a drought...
  • 24 days ago
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Chef Guy Fieri is trying to keep Kevin Durant away from the Knicks

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Oh no! The New York Knicks have emerged as perhaps the front-runners to sign superstar forward Kevin Durant this summer. But nothing ever comes easy for these Knickerbockers. Even now, powerful forces are massing in the West to lure Kevin Durant back to the Warriors . And New York’s most powerful geographic rival might not be the Bay Area, but rather Flavortown, USA. Super-chef Guy...
  • 26 days ago
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Yet another report says Kevin Durant is planning to sign with the Knicks

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — The KD hoopla continues as we wait for free agency The NBA playoffs are in full swing and Kevin Durant is busy trying to win his third straight title with the Golden State Warriors , but anonymous sources say he’s also counting down the days until he can sign with the Knicks , which just tied the worst record in franchise history by finishing the season 17-65. If that doesn’t sound at...
  • 27 days ago
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April P&T mailbag questions, part one: What if Zion goes elsewhere? What if he can’t shoot?

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — In which we go back to the past to go back to the future... April’s mailbag features questions submitted way back in February. That may seem incongruous, but when you see what was on Knick fans’ minds back then, they’re the same questions you’d expect to hear after the season ended. Almost as if this year were a dream we’re all just waiting to wake up and move on from. 1) The best-laid...
  • 28 days ago
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The argument for Mitchell Robinson as an All-Rookie candidate

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — He’s all the Knicks have going for them (besides cap space) There was little reason to watch the Knicks this season when Mitchell Robinson wasn’t on the floor, and although there are obvious candidates who sit above him in the Rookie of the Year hierarchy, Robinson deserves consideration and at least a few votes, and he should absolutely be selected to one of the All-Rookie teams. ...
  • 30 days ago
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P&T Round(ball) Table: Taking stock of the 2018-19 season

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — How did the Knicks grade out this season? Hello, hell hounds. We decided over at P&T HQ to assess this horrendous season. We came together to ask ourselves the hardest hitting questions. Does Enes Kanter have a Prince Albert? Is Kristaps Porzingis truly a venomous snake? Are those the same things? Hurry up and read on to find out. Who was the 2018-19 Knicks MVP? MMiranda: ...
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P&T interviews Westchester Knicks Center Stephen Zimmerman

Posting and Toasting (ArdenFranklyn) — The former McDonald’s All American has grown immensely during brief time in the G-League. Even during my fifth and most-recent season of covering the NBA’s G-League, I was still amazed at the caliber of talent playing. In case you didn’t know this, but on any given night, you, me, or anybody else could be watching the likes of former college stars, NBA veterans, and recent draft picks and...
  • 33 days ago
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The case for keeping Frank Ntilikina

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — He’s got skills, potential and youth The 2018-19 season was one long drawn out sophomore slump for Frank Ntilikina , and there’s a foreboding feel about the way his campaign concluded, but the franchise should show restraint and retain him because has already proven he can be a valuable NBA player. Haters will point to Ntilikina ’s negligible statistics and say the 20-year-old...
  • 34 days ago
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Steve Mills speaks, promises not to sign the wrong players in free agency

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Sounds good. Knicks president didn’t speak over the last two months of the craptacular 2018-19, but now he’s ready to tangle once more with the New York press, including interviews both on the radio and with The New York Post. Much of the interview with The Post was simply more of a Knicks front office member belaboring the point that yes, New York is the greatest city in the world and...
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A look back at the 2018-19 Knicks offense, part two: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Posting and Toasting (Buffalo 66) — When and why things didn’t work. Much hullabaloo has been made about the state of the Knicks ’ offense this year. We’ve all heard or asked variations of the following questions: Is it too isolation-heavy? Is there a system? Where is the ball and player movement? Is David Fizdale — pissed off that EA doesn’t make NBA Street anymore — just trying to get Trier to bust out a Level 2...
  • 36 days ago
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Know The Prospect: Bol Bol

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Could June see the Knicks land a Kristaps Porzingis-like talent? Four years ago, the Knicks were lucky to land a freakishly tall, freakishly athletic big man with freakish range, skills and moves in Kristaps Porzingis. But this season’s push-the-red-button re-do that shipped KP to Shark Tank left an 87-inch hole in New York’s foundation. Could Bol Bol, ex-NBAer Manute’s non-minute...
  • 37 days ago
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REPORT: Certain Knicks weren’t too fond of Allonzo Trier’s iso-happy game

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — Is this truly troublesome, or just unavoidable drama after a lost season? Although the regular season is mercifully over, the drama surrounding New York’s only playoff-less basketball team never ends, with the New York Post reporting on Monday that some Knicks did not enjoy playing with Allonzo Trier this year because of his iso-heavy style of play. The report came by way of Marc...
  • 38 days ago
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Choose your own Knickventure: Real-life salary decisions that will shape the 2019-20 Knicks offseason

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Take it to the polls! Adios, 2018-19 season. Love, unsurprisingly, tore us apart again. No surprise if you’ve been following along for the past few generations, but that ache can always finds a new pit in your heart. “Ever onward” should be the mindset. Knicks players and management seem staid on the path to build as many small successes as they can stack up. New York currently sits on...
  • 38 days ago
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Patrick Ewing will represent the Knicks on the dais during the draft lottery

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — Hopefully the Big Fella can help turn the karmic tide in New York If your freezer isn’t already filled with envelopes, the time to stock it would be now, as the Knicks revealed on Saturday that former number one overall pick Patrick Ewing will represent the team during the draft lottery on May 14. The announcement, which Ewing himself hinted at a few days ago , is a breath of fresh air...
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