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Shorthanded Knicks Trounced by Utah’s Three-Point Shooting in Jazz Win

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — With only 10 players available, the Knicks were quickly dispatched by Rudy Gobert and the Utah Jazz, 137-116. As the deficit ballooned to 33 points, color commentator and New York Knicks legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier summed it up perfectly: “This is becoming embarrassing now, folks.” The final score showed it all as the New York […] The post Shorthanded Knicks Trounced by Utah’s...
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Knicks Host Mitchell, Gobert, and Playoff-Minded Jazz

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — The New York Knicks kick off a six-game home stand, looking to avoid a season series sweep at hands of Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz. Ever since their fluky two-game winning “streak” in late February, the Knicks (14-57) have returned to form, losing nine of 10 games with their sights set on the upcoming […] The post Knicks Host Mitchell, Gobert, and Playoff-Minded Jazz...
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Are the Knicks Properly Adapting to the NBA’s Analytics Era?

The Knicks Wall (Evan Cole) — After exploring the lack of identity of David Fizdale’s squad, we look at the question of analytics: what are they and whether the Knicks are wisely implementing the strategy or not. The use of analytics has become a polarizing topic of discussion in basketball media. It can defined as using available resources—whether it be numbers, […] The post Are the Knicks Properly Adapting...
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The Knicks Bench Unit Is Outworking the Starters—And That’s O.K.

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — The starting lineup for the Knicks—supposedly calmed down since Dennis Smith Jr. and DeAndre Jordan arrived—is less effective than the bench. Why is that, and does it matter? It’s been a long season. The New York Knicks’ 14-57 record reflects a lack of cohesion and the indisputable lack of an identity, unless being historically awful […] The post The Knicks Bench Unit Is Outworking the...
  • 66 days ago
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Raptors Kick Collective Knicks Tuchus in Toronto Blowout

The Knicks Wall (Jared Hamburg) — The Knicks didn’t show up against the Kawhi-less Raptors in Toronto, losing by an embarrassing 36-point margin to Kyle Lowry, Pascal Siakam, and others. There is no reading between the lines after this kind of loss. In absolutely humiliating fashion, the New York Knicks (14-57) fell to the Toronto Raptors (50-21) by a score of […] The post Raptors Kick Collective Knicks Tuchus in...
  • 67 days ago
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Monday Musings: Mario Hezonja, LeBron James & David and Goliath

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — This week’s Monday Musings has Charlie Zegers discuss Mario Hezonja’s highlight block on LeBron James and the pitiful Lakers’ visit to the Garden. Yesterday’s game against the Lakers should be included in textbooks as a lesson on the subtleties of tanking. Neither team was very good. Neither team played with much urgency or cohesion—for the […] The post Monday...
  • 67 days ago
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Knicks Travel to Toronto to Face Raptors on Back-to-Back

The Knicks Wall (Evan Cole) — After snapping an eight-game losing streak against the Lakers yesterday, the Knicks square off against a Kawhi Leonard–less Raptors squad tonight. Fresh off the elation of dethroning LeBron James and the Lakers in his playground, the Knicks (14-56) make a quick return to action against the second-place Raptors (49-21) in Toronto. New York has won […] The post Knicks Travel to Toronto...
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Who’s Dancing? Knicks Players Catching March Madness

The Knicks Wall (Tyler Marko) — Kevin Knox’s Kentucky and Lance Thomas’ Duke squads aren’t the only teams swept up in March Madness as we run through Knicks alma maters featured in the NCAA tournament. Watching the Knicks this time of year feels like an act of self-flagellation—something one assumes isn’t the standard sentiment for most basketball fans. No one can […] The post Who’s Dancing?...
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Hezonja Denies LeBron and Lakers on St. Patrick’s Day to Seal Knicks Win

The Knicks Wall (Ty Jordan) — A comeback victory for the Knicks against the Lakers was punctuated by Mario Hezonja’s shocking block on LeBron James. The New York Knicks (14-56) defeated LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers (31-39) on St. Patrick’s Day in a Garden matinee thriller, coming from behind to seal their first victory in nine games. Here are […] The post Hezonja Denies LeBron and Lakers on...
  • 68 days ago
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Knicks Welcome LeBron James and Lakers to His Favorite Playground

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — LeBron James is a go as the Lakers come to New York to face the almost equally disappointing — but for different reasons — Knicks. The New York Knicks (13-56) welcome LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers (31-38) to the living legend’s favorite playground for a midday matinee. Both teams come in 2-8 in […] The post Knicks Welcome LeBron James and Lakers to His Favorite...
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Knicks Draft Stock: Prospects to Watch on Saturday

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Zion Williamson, one of four remaining Knicks draft prospects to watch, has powered two electric performances for Duke, who play in the ACC Tournament final Saturday night. It has been an electric two days of conference tourney play. Draft prospects aside, watching basketball from midday to late at night (for those of on the East […] The post Knicks Draft Stock: Prospects to Watch on...
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Knicks Picked Apart Like San Antonio BBQ By Spurs

The Knicks Wall (Kevin Gamgort) — The New York Knicks extended their losing streak to eight games in the blowout loss to the San Antonio Spurs. The last time the Knicks faced the Spurs, in late February, the Knickerbockers snapped their franchise-record 18-game home losing streak.  Tonight, they went back to their losing ways. The Spurs defeated the Dennis Smith Jr.-less […] The post Knicks Picked Apart Like San...
  • 70 days ago
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Knicks in Texas for Rodeo With Spurs

The Knicks Wall (Eugene Rapay) — The Knicks are in San Antonio to face DeMar DeRozan and the Spurs for the second and final time this season. With the way the New York Knicks (13-55) are playing, it’s hard to believe that at one point they actually took down the San Antonio Spurs. As a matter of fact, the Knicks defeated […] The post Knicks in Texas for Rodeo With Spurs appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
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Knicks Draft Stock: Prospects to Watch on Friday

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — A mighty return from Zion Williamson highlighted Thursday’s Duke win over Syracuse. Here’s which Knicks draft prospects to watch on Friday as conference play continues. Thursday proved to be every bit as entertaining as one could have hoped. Jarrett Culver’s Texas Tech squad was shocked by West Virginia (I told you not to sleep on […] The post Knicks Draft Stock: Prospects...
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Fizdale, the Knicks, and Searching for Identity in the Big City

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — While the Knicks have improved their defense under David Fizdale, there’s greater concern for the team’s overall identity going into the final stretch of the season. The life of an NBA GM is akin to the life of a professional gambler. It doesn’t matter how much due-diligence or number-crunching you do before making a move, […] The post Fizdale, the Knicks, and Searching for...
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