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Immanuel Quickley Named to All-Rookie Second Team

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — After surprising many as an instant contributor in his rookie season, Immanuel Quickley was named to the All-Rookie second team. After Julius Randle received his accolades for his successful season, the New York Knicks saw another one of their talented players rewarded for their surprising season. 2020-21 NBA All-Rookie teams: First team: LaMelo Ball, Anthony […] The post Immanuel...
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Is Corey Kispert the Right Fit for the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Dylan Burd) — With a need for shooting on the perimeter and a bit more speed in transition, Gonzaga’s Corey Kispert makes sense for the Knicks. One of several areas where the New York Knicks fell short in their first-round playoff series against the Hawks was Atlanta thriving behind the three-point arc, as they seemingly had a wide-open […] The post Is Corey Kispert the Right Fit for the...
  • 7 days ago
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Next Steps for Obi Toppin and the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Dean Joannou) — After a season that saw him earn more and more playing time late in the season, what’s next for Obi Toppin and how should the Knicks use him? With the playoffs over for the New York Knicks, the fanbase turns its attention to the draft and free agency. New York will have to assess its […] The post Next Steps for Obi Toppin and the Knicks appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
  • 8 days ago
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Julius Randle Named to All-NBA Second Team

The Knicks Wall (Sam DiGiovanni) — The accolades for Julius Randle’s 2020–21 season now include a selection to the All-NBA Second Team, New York’s first recipient in eight years. New York Knicks power forward Julius Randle has been named to the All-NBA Second Team, where he joins Chris Paul, Damian Lillard, Joel Embiid, and LeBron James, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania: […] The post Julius Randle...
  • 9 days ago
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Sharife Cooper Is the NBA Draft’s Home Run Swing Worth Taking

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Fun-sized Auburn point guard Sharife Cooper missed time this past NCAA season, but he’s undeniably one of the most polarizing NBA Draft prospects. The New York Knicks are out of the playoffs, and their second-most successful season in the last decade is officially over, which means it’s time to focus on something Knicks fans are […] The post Sharife Cooper Is the NBA...
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Positive (and Negative) Takeaways From Knicks’ Swift Playoffs Exit

The Knicks Wall (Jesse Cinquini) — With time to reflect on their five-game defeat in the first round of the playoffs, the Knicks can take away several positives from the experience. Losing in sports can be a bitter experience regardless of the level of competition. To lose an NBA playoff series as decisively as the New York Knicks did to the […] The post Positive (and Negative) Takeaways From Knicks’ Swift...
  • 10 days ago
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Knicks Should Hold on to Both of Their First-Round Draft Picks

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — With a Julius Randle extension over the horizon and a pursuit of a superstar, the Knicks should keep both of their first-round NBA Draft picks this year. For the first time since 2016, the New York Knicks aren’t picking in the top 10 of the NBA draft. I’m not quite sure how to feel about […] The post Knicks Should Hold on to Both of Their First-Round Draft Picks appeared first...
  • 13 days ago
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Cameron Thomas Could Be a Much-Needed Offensive Spark Plug for the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Kiernan) — With a need for scoring off the bench and several pending free agents, LSU’s Cameron Thomas could be an answer to the Knicks’ scoring woes. If anything has become apparent over their playoff run, it’s that the New York Knicks are still in desperate need of guards. Once Derrick Rose was inserted into the starting […] The post Cameron Thomas Could Be a Much-Needed Offensive...
  • 14 days ago
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Why Tom Thibodeau Is the Right Kind of Stubborn

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — Tom Thibodeau pushed the Knicks as far as they could go after an incredible turnaround between seasons. Despite the stubbornness, the Knicks need Thibs, and the Coach of the Year could impact the shape of the roster going forward. My prediction that Tom Thibodeau would win 2020–21 NBA Coach of the Year was about more […] The post Why Tom Thibodeau Is the Right Kind of Stubborn ...
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Deuce McBride’s Two-Way Game Should Put Him on the Knicks’ Radar

The Knicks Wall (Nick Carannante) — West Virginia’s Deuce McBride offers pest-like defense with sharpshooting and shot-making. The Knicks should keep an eye on him during the draft process. Miles “Deuce” McBride—a 20-year-old sophomore guard from West Virginia—is one of the best defensive prospects in the 2021 NBA Draft, should he choose to remain in the field. While the sophomore’s stock […] The post ...
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Tom Thibodeau Accepts Coach of the Year Honor on Behalf of the Team

The Knicks Wall (Sam DiGiovanni) — Tom Thibodeau grew up a Knicks fan and found his way in New York as an assistant coach in the 1990s. Two decades later, he became the franchise’s third NBA Coach of the Year award recipient. NEW YORK, NY — Tom Thibodeau won the NBA Coach of the Year Award in his first-ever season as […] The post Tom Thibodeau Accepts Coach of the Year Honor on Behalf of the Team appeared...
  • 17 days ago
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Tom Thibodeau Wins Coach of the Year Award

The Knicks Wall (Sam DiGiovanni) — The NBA announced that Tom Thibodeau has won the Coach of the Year award. He becomes the third person to win it as head coach of the Knicks. Tom Thibodeau, in his first year as head coach of the New York Knicks, has won the 2020–21 NBA Coach of the Year Award. He beat out […] The post Tom Thibodeau Wins Coach of the Year Award appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
  • 17 days ago
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The Knicks Front Office Must Maintain Team Momentum This Offseason

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — After a successful season, the Knicks have one goal: not to lose the offseason. Flush with draft picks and cap space, New York has several directions the franchise can go. Following their best season since the turn of the century, the New York Knicks fumbled their offseason. It was the summer of 2013 when Carmelo […] The post The Knicks Front Office Must Maintain Team Momentum This...
  • 17 days ago
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What Does the Future Hold for Mitchell Robinson and the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — Mitchell Robinson was sorely missed in the Knicks’ brief playoff stint. How should the organization handle his future in New York? It was a forgettable season on an individual level for New York Knicks center Mitchell Robinson, who broke his hand in February and then proceeded to break his foot on March 27th. The 23-year-old […] The post What Does the Future Hold for Mitchell...
  • 20 days ago
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Knicks Will Brush Pass Frustrating Exit as Franchise Finally Has Clear Direction

The Knicks Wall (Dylan Burd) — Despite going home in the first round of the playoffs, the New York Knicks finally have a proper direction. It wasn’t supposed to end like this.  At 23 years old, this New York Knicks team provided the most fun of my lifetime. They played every game like it was their last, resulting in one of […] The post Knicks Will Brush Pass Frustrating Exit as Franchise Finally Has Clear Direction ...
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