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Shaedon Sharpe Is the Biggest Home Run Swing in the 2022 Draft

The Knicks Wall (Eugene Rapay) — Shaedon Sharpe is the 2022 NBA Draft’s biggest mystery box. What can Knicks fans expect if they’re able to land the intriguing talent? There is something to be said about a player who never suited up for a single college basketball game but still remains one of the highest sought-after prospects. That’s the case with […] The post Shaedon Sharpe Is the Biggest Home Run...
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Has the Time Come for the Knicks to Cash in on Donovan Mitchell?

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The Jazz appear to be headed for a break-up between stars Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert. The Knicks could be beneficiaries of the turmoil, bringing the All-Star shooting guard home. “It’s nothing against the group, I just think we’ve come up short. I think I would like to think that we can find a way, […] The post Has the Time Come for the Knicks to Cash in on Donovan...
  • 57 days ago
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Chet Holmgren Is the Unicorn of the 2022 NBA Draft

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — Chet Holmgren is a unique talent who has been in the spotlight for years. Could he be a trade-up target for the Knicks? Chet Holmgren has been an internet sensation for a few years now, due to his guard-like abilities as a seven-footer. The 20-year-old Minneapolis, Minnesota, native grew up playing basketball under the tutelage […] The post Chet Holmgren Is the Unicorn of the 2022 NBA...
  • 58 days ago
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Quentin Grimes’ Transformation Into a Legit 3-And-D for the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Candace Pedraza) — Quentin Grimes caught the attention of fans and coaching staff alike with his defense and shot-making as a rookie. How does he stack up to promising 3-and-D players before him, and what can we expect from him heading into year two? In a season with many ups and downs, one bright spot for the New […] The post Quentin Grimes’ Transformation Into a Legit 3-And-D for the Knicks ...
  • 59 days ago
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How Knicks Draft Stash Rokas Jokubaitis Factors into the Rotation Next Season

The Knicks Wall (Will Bjarnar) — An afterthought following solid rookie showings from Quentin Grimes and Miles McBride, could Knicks stasher Rokas Jokubaitis make the jump from EuroLeague to NBA next season? Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Eastern European hooper making waves in an overseas postseason causes excitement and skepticism to ripple throughout the basketball world. A tired, if […] The post How...
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NBA Draft’s Tari Eason Presents Intriguing Upside

The Knicks Wall (Nick Carannante) — LSU power forward Tari Eason looks to be a defense-first NBA player with standout athleticism. Do the Knicks reach for him in the draft? Tari Eason is an NBA Draft Twitter darling and it appears as if the rest of the draft community is catching up. The almost-21-year-old wing shot up draft boards during his […] The post NBA Draft’s Tari Eason Presents Intriguing Upside appeared...
  • 63 days ago
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Is TyTy Washington the Right Point Guard for the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Kiernan) — Freshman TyTy Washington out of Kentucky boasts an offensive profile that would bolster any NBA team, but is he a fit for the Knicks? In a disappointing season for Kentucky that saw them lose to the Cinderella team of the NCAA tournament in the first round, 15th-seeded Saint Peter’s, TyTy Washington was one of the […] The post Is TyTy Washington the Right Point Guard for the Knicks? ...
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What’s the Best Path Going Forward With the Center Rotation?

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Diaz) — Should the Knicks ink Mitchell Robinson to a multi-year extension, the team would have a valuable center rotation in the making. As the New York Knicks head into another offseason looking to address key issues, the center situation should not be a point of contention. New York has plenty of depth at the position. So, […] The post What’s the Best Path Going Forward With the Center...
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The Ups and Downs of New York’s Season of Regression

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The 2021–22 campaign was tough to swallow for Knicks fans as they saw young players languish on the bench until too late into the lost season. “Obi Toppin!” rang out from every corner of The Garden.  Second-year forward Obi Toppin was putting the finishing touches on a career-high 42 points against the Toronto Raptors in […] The post The Ups and Downs of New York’s Season of...
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Is Jalen Duren More Than a Rim-Running Big Man?

The Knicks Wall (Eugene Rapay) — With a looming decision on Mitchell Robinson hanging over the Knicks’ heads, could Jalen Duren be their next lottery pick in the NBA draft? When it comes to the NBA draft, everything gets analyzed to a microscopic level, and every edge helps. Whether it’s an inch more on a vertical leap or decimal points off […] The post Is Jalen Duren More Than a Rim-Running Big Man? ...
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Continuity May Be the Best Choice for the Knicks This Summer

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — While the Knicks are no strangers to going big-name hunting on the heels of a disappointing season, there are many positive takeaways from last year’s roster. If Leon Rose is truly committed to building the right way, staying the course could be his best option. With the 2021–22 season completed, the true work for Leon […] The post Continuity May Be the Best Choice for the Knicks...
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Analyzing Jaden Ivey’s Game and Potential Fit With the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — Jaden Ivey had a great season at Purdue. What would the exciting NBA draft prospect look like on the Knicks next season? Jaden Ivey burst onto the scene this past season as a sophomore with the Purdue Boilermakers. The 20-year-old native of South Bend, Indiana, firmly established himself as one of the best players in […] The post Analyzing Jaden Ivey’s Game and Potential Fit With...
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Ways the Knicks Can Answer Positional Holes Through the NBA Draft

The Knicks Wall (Candace Pedraza) — Recent selections have provided hope that the Knicks can fill holes on the roster through shrewd decisions at the 2022 NBA Draft. With the playoffs underway for the NBA and the New York Knicks absent from the festivities, it’s time for their brass to start considering offseason moves that could help to bolster their roster […] The post Ways the Knicks Can Answer Positional Holes...
  • 73 days ago
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Another Offseason, Another Set of Challenges for the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Diaz) — The offseason field plan for these Knicks is quite simple: continue building around the young core, securing a long-term competition team. Now that the season is over, it’s once again time to look at the future. There are many boxes to check as the New York Knicks look to improve their team for next season, […] The post Another Offseason, Another Set of Challenges for the Knicks ...
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Is Kennedy Chandler the Best Point Guard in the 2022 Draft?

The Knicks Wall (Nick Carannante) — Tennessee freshman point guard Kennedy Chandler is a small yet super quick lead guard, possibly the best in a weak NBA Draft class at his position. One of the biggest talking points with the 2022 NBA Draft class is the lack of lead guards on the board. Jaden Ivey will be the clear first guard […] The post Is Kennedy Chandler the Best Point Guard in the 2022 Draft? appeared first on ...
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