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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 ...
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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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Knicks Fall to Pistons in Season Finale

The Knicks Wall (Kevin Gamgort) — The forward-looking Knicks suffered a blowout at the hands of the Detroit Pistons, to close the season with a 17-65 record. It’s finally over! We are free from Knicks basketball until next October.  For the Knicks, the 82nd game of the season meant absolutely nothing. Having already secured the outright worst record in the league […] The post Knicks Fall to Pistons in Season Finale ...
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Knicks Host Pistons in Final Game of Season

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — In their final game of the season, the league-worst New York Knicks host a Detroit Pistons team attempting to claw its way into the playoffs.  A long and tumultuous season comes to a close this evening for the New York Knicks, capped off with a home showdown against the Detroit Pistons (40-41). Whether the Knicks […] The post Knicks Host Pistons in Final Game of Season appeared first...
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Westchester Knicks: 2018–19 Season in Review

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — Recapping a wildly successful 2018–19 campaign for your favorite G League squad, New York’s affiliate Westchester Knicks. This past season will be remembered as one of the most eventful and impactful seasons in the brief history of the Westchester Knicks. After getting off to a scorching 12-4 start and riding the hot hand of star […] The post Westchester Knicks: 2018–19 Season in...
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TKW Highlights: Dennis Smith Jr., Kevin Knox & Luke Kornet vs. Bulls

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — Dennis Smith Jr. and others helped guide the Knicks past the Bulls in New York’s final away game of the season. The New York Knicks wrapped up their last road game of the 2018–19 season with a win in Chicago, defeating the Bulls 96-86 off the back of an expeditious start by Dennis Smith Jr. […] The post TKW Highlights: Dennis Smith Jr., Kevin Knox & Luke Kornet vs. Bulls ...
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Knicks Hold on to Defeat Bulls, Win Second Straight Game

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — In their 81st game of the season, a hot start in the first quarter propelled Dennis Smith Jr. and the New York Knicks past the Chicago Bulls. In the New York Knicks’ final away game of the season, they were without starting point guard Mario Hezonja and had backup Dennis Smith Jr. start in his […] The post Knicks Hold on to Defeat Bulls, Win Second Straight Game appeared first...
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Knicks Travel to Windy City to Take on Bulls

The Knicks Wall (Jared Hamburg) — With a chance to build a winning streak at the end of the season, the New York Knicks are set to take on the equally hapless Chicago Bulls. One consequence of the NBA’s newly reformed draft lottery system is that late-season games don’t matter as much anymore. Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey Burke, Maurice Ndour—these guys […] The post Knicks Travel to Windy City to Take on Bulls appeared...
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Knicks Draft Stock: NCAA Tournament Closing Bell for Prospects

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Mike Cortez recaps what he saw from 2019’s draft prospects competing in the NCAA tournament—everyone from Zion Williamson to Nassir Little. The Knicks have done their heavy lifting. The worst record in the league belongs to them, securing a floor of picking fifth overall in this year’s draft. The top prospects have shown us everything […] The post Knicks Draft Stock: NCAA...
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Monday Musings: Resting the Future and Playing the Injured

The Knicks Wall (Bryan Gibberman) — In this week’s Monday Musings, Bryan and Charlie dig into why pieces of the Knicks’ future were playing through injury against Washington—while Emmanuel Mudiay, seemingly not part of the future, was absent. Bryan Gibberman: A simple question to get us started—why is Dennis Smith Jr. still playing? I hear it spun as a feel-good story […] The post Monday Musings: Resting the...
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David Fizdale: A Year One Performance Review of the Knicks Coach

The Knicks Wall (Tim Kohut) — David Fizdale wasn’t handed a Warriors roster like Steve Kerr, and it’s been a mixed bag for the first-year Knicks head coach. How’d Fizdale do? The Knicks’ season is wrapping up—if you haven’t checked the standings over the last three months, it was a pretty horrendous one. It’s fairly easy to critique the players. But […] The post David Fizdale: A Year One...
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TKW Podcast: Mario Hezonja’s Time To Shine

The Knicks Wall (Bryan Gibberman) — There are only two games left in the Knicks season after they defeated the Wizards at MSG Sunday night. Anthony Corbo, Kyle Maggio, Bryan Gibberman and Mike Cortez discuss Mario Hezonja going off, Mitchell Robinson’s future role and preview the NCAA Tournament championship game between Texas Tech and Virginia. TIMESTAMPS (01:50) Point God Hezonja ( […] The post TKW Podcast: Mario...
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Hezonja Lifts Knicks Against Wizards in Penultimate Home Game

The Knicks Wall (Eugene Rapay) — The Knicks had the knack from long range, as a strong shooting performance gave New York the edge over the Wizards in the final minutes. The Knicks have already locked up the worst record in the NBA, but they aren’t going to roll over for the last few remaining games of the regular season. New […] The post Hezonja Lifts Knicks Against Wizards in Penultimate Home Game appeared first on...
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