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Knicks Free Agent Introductions: Wayne Ellington

The Knicks Wall (Bryan Gibberman) — Wayne Ellington will provide the Knicks some much-needed veteran presence on the wing—that means high efficiency three-point shooting. If you’ve been following along with this series and this looks similar to what was put together for Reggie Bullock that’s because it is. The Knicks ranked 22nd (29.5) in three-pointers attempted per game and tied for […] The post Knicks Free...
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What Do NBA 2K League Players Want from 2K20?

The Knicks Wall (Lawrence Scotti) — Lawrence Scotti speaks to Knicks Gaming’s iamadamthe1st and OriginalMalik to gauge the pro players’ insights into the forthcoming NBA 2K20. As we inch closer to September, the New York City heat is slightly fading, and a new NBA 2K is nearly upon us. NBA 2K20 releases on September 6th and brings with it a heap […] The post What Do NBA 2K League Players Want from 2K20? ...
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Grading the Two-Year Tenure of Scott Perry

The Knicks Wall (Harrison Liao) — Scott Perry has been on board as Knicks general manager since July 2017, but how has it worked for New York so far? In July of 2017, the Knicks moved on from the turbulent Phil Jackson era by promoting Steve Mills to team president; on the same day, Mills named Scott Perry his general manager. […] The post Grading the Two-Year Tenure of Scott Perry appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
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What Does History Tell Us About Keeping Young Cores Together?

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — The Knicks will spend much of next season evaluating the ceiling of their players’ potential, but if they wait too long they could join prospect purgatory. Whether by their own designs or by default after striking out on two banana boats’ worth of franchise-player-level free agents this summer, the Knicks are trying to accomplish one […] The post What Does History Tell Us...
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Podcast: Carmelo to Brooklyn? Knicks 2019-20 Schedule Highlights & Finding Minutes for Dot and Trier

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — Has Carmelo Anthony finally found a home back in New York? Anthony Corbo and Kyle Maggio give their takes on the Melo situation, take a look at the biggest games for the upcoming season and evaluate Trier & Dotson's roles in the rotation. The post Podcast: Carmelo to Brooklyn? Knicks 2019-20 Schedule Highlights & Finding Minutes for Dot and Trier appeared first on The Knicks Wall...
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Report: Carmelo Anthony Works Out With Brooklyn Nets in L.A.

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Former Knicks All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony was reportedly spotted working out with Brooklyn Nets members, fueling suspicion that he could be signed by the crosstown rivals. Carmelo Anthony has been participating in informal team workouts with the Brooklyn Nets in Los Angeles, SNY’s Ian Begley and Anthony Puccio report. Anthony, a 10-time All-Star and former […] The post Report:...
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Damyean Dotson and Allonzo Trier Are Forgotten Men in the Knicks’ Rotation Battle

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — Damyean Dotson and Allonzo Trier proved their value in the loss-stricken Knicks season last year, and they’re also the first to potentially lose minutes come the fall. The New York Knicks’ rotation continues to be a point of contention as we move out of the summer and closer to the looming preseason.  Between the rookies […] The post Damyean Dotson and Allonzo Trier Are...
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Wayne Ellington’s Outside Shooting Will Find a Home on the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Tyler Marko) — The Knicks signed free agent shooting guard Wayne Ellington in the offseason in an attempt to remedy disastrous spacing of yesteryear. When the Knicks’ offseason plans of signing a pair of superstars went awry, the team responded by signing several mid-tier free agents to movable, short-term deals. Despite detractors deriding the front office for signing […] The post Wayne...
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The Five Knicks Games to Get Hyped About for the 2019–20 Season

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The Knicks won’t be among elite company next season, but that doesn’t stop them from competing in a handful of notable matchups. Real basketball is quickly creeping up on us. Following a strong end to their Summer League, the New York Knicks are hoping to carry that momentum into the regular season, when wins and […] The post The Five Knicks Games to Get Hyped About for the...
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NBA Releases 2019–20 New York Knicks Schedule

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — The Knicks start their season on the road against the Spurs and their home opener features a Celtics matchup, as their schedule is released. David Fizdale’s second season as head coach of the New York Knicks begins on October 23rd, as the drastically different-looking team faces off with the Spurs to commence its 2019–20 NBA […] The post NBA Releases 2019–20 New York Knicks...
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Evaluating the Past 10 Years of Knicks Coaching

The Knicks Wall (Zach Locascio) — From Mike D’Antoni to David Fizdale, if the Knicks’ coaches the last decade have one thing in common, it may be meddling executives. The post–Patrick Ewing Knicks have had a penchant for failing. From the front office to individual players, it’s been nothing but disappointment after disappointment. Often the first person to get blamed is […] The post Evaluating the Past 10...
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Knicks Bringing Summer League’s Lamar Peters Back on Non-Guaranteed Deal

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) —   The Knicks extended essentially a training camp invite to Mississippi State product Lamar Peters on Sunday evening. He played on their Summer League team, too. The New York Knicks are signing point guard Lamar Peters to a non-guaranteed contract, The Athletic’s Shams Charania reports. Peters, 21, spent three seasons at Mississippi State where he […] The post Knicks...
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Taj Gibson’s Final Act: What Can the Veteran Bring to New York?

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — 34-year-old Tom Thibodeau veteran Taj Gibson could be the eyes and ears on the court for the Knicks’ defense—and a solid mentor off the court. Defense, once considered the folklore of New York basketball, has become something that is said in the past tense. The Knicks teams—the good Knicks teams—all had a common thread: strong […] The post Taj Gibson’s Final Act: What Can...
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Podcast: Salvaging Frank Ntilikina’s Career, Knicksmas No More & Iggy’s Rookie Role

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — Anthony Corbo and Kyle Maggio break down why this season is make-or-break for Frank Ntilikina and what he needs to do to find minutes on the court this year. Plus, the Knicks get shafted on Christmas, crowdsource throwback jerseys and more. TIMESTAMPS (01:27) Why this year is crucial to Frank Ntilikina salvaging his NBA career […] The post Podcast: Salvaging Frank Ntilikina’s...
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Examining the Knicks’ Sticktoitiveness With Development Through the Knox-Ntilikina Lens

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — The performances of young players in Kevin Knox and Frank Ntilikina create a polarizing spectrum of the Knicks’ capacity to develop talent. It’s not even October and the New York Knicks are already taking a beating. Free agency notwithstanding, the organization has taken L after L this summer. From this cringey unrelated tweet from the […] The post Examining the Knicks’...
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