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Julius Randle is at a Crossroads. Again.

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Julius Randle’s time in the league has been marked by ups and downs. Where does the embattled Knicks star go from here?  Julius Randle caught the ball in the high post and sized up his defender, all but licking his lips at the speed advantage he knew he had. He jabbed left and took two […] The post Julius Randle is at a Crossroads. Again. appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
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Grimes Versus Quickley: Who Has More Value?

The Knicks Wall (Jesse Cinquini) — Immanuel Quickley and Quentin Grimes have both seen their names come up in trade talks, but which of the precious neophytes is most coveted? For what feels like the first time in ages, the New York Knicks are replete with trade assets. Specifically, two forms of them. First, there’s the treasure trove of future draft […] The post Grimes Versus Quickley: Who Has More Value? ...
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Will Obi Toppin Break Out for the Knicks in Year Three?

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — Obi Toppin has increasingly shown that he can be a solid player for the Knicks. Will he showcase even more development in his third NBA season? For most players, the third season is a crucial one. Good players are often expected to develop into stars while decent players are supposed to show where they plan to be […] The post Will Obi Toppin Break Out for the Knicks in Year Three? ...
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Johnnie Bryant’s Time is Coming

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Knicks assistant coach Johnnie Bryant has the makings of the ideal head coach in New York. When Tom Thibodeau’s time is up, Bryant’s should begin. Johnnie Bryant is the last man standing.  Senior advisor William Wesley made three key assistant coach appointments ahead of the 2021-22 season: Mike Woodson, Kenny Payne and Johnnie Bryant. Woodson […] The post Johnnie Bryant’s...
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Knicks’ Top 10 Individual Performances Of The 2021-22 Season

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Diaz) — The Knicks produced a whole lot of memorable performances in the 2021-22 season. As the new season draws closer, let’s look back at the top 10. It has been pretty quiet on the free-agency end since the initial first day of the signing frenzy for the New York Knicks. The Donovan Mitchell trade talks have died down […] The post Knicks’ Top 10 Individual Performances Of The 2021-22...
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Three Unsung Heroes of the 2010s-Era Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Jesse Cinquini) — The 2010s were not an auspicious era for the Knicks, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t players worth celebrating. 316-469. That’s the New York Knicks’ combined record from 2010-11 to 2019-20. A .402 winning percentage over the course of a decade.  Looking back on the 2010s, there was plenty that went awry from an orange […] The post Three Unsung Heroes of the...
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What Can We Learn From Summer League?

The Knicks Wall (Nick Carannante) — Las Vegas is a city of false hope, but there are oases of predictive success amongst the mirages of past Summer League standout performances. This summer, longtime suffering Knicks fans coming off a disappointing season were offered a reprieve, a mirage in the distance of what could possibly be with the success of a grit […] The post What Can We Learn From Summer League? appeared...
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Why RJ Barrett will Thrive Next to Jalen Brunson

The Knicks Wall (Candace Pedraza) — RJ Barrett has grown as a scorer every season despite inconsistent point guard play. Jalen Brunson’s presence should allow him to shine. RJ Barrett had his best season to date last year when he averaged 20.0 points per game along with 5.8 rebounds and three assists. The former third overall pick’s success is even more remarkable […] The post Why RJ Barrett will Thrive Next...
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Summer Living: Catching Up with the 2022 Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — There are many Silly Seasons in the NBA calendar, but we’re now in the silliest. Let’s catch up on what some Knicks have been working on. Now that Summer League is over and the player movement part of the offseason is, outside of a couple of significant dominoes, winding down, we’ve officially entered the silliest […] The post Summer Living: Catching Up with the 2022...
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Cam Complex: Reddish’s Fit on the 2022 Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Will Bjarnar) — The start of Cam Reddish’s tenure with the Knicks was inauspicious but his unlocked talent still makes him a player worth investing in. When Cam Reddish and the Atlanta Hawks concluded last season that it would be best if he played elsewhere, they did so because they had no room for him in their wing rotation. […] The post Cam Complex: Reddish’s Fit on the 2022 Knicks appeared...
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Jalen Brunson and Donovan Mitchell Could Be Trouble

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — Mitchell isn’t wearing orange and blue yet, but we take a look at one of the most exciting potential backcourts in Knicks’ history. The Donovan Mitchell homecoming and union with the Knicks has been the dominating headline in ‘Bockers land over the past couple of months. With the Utah Jazz seemingly tearing their team down […] The post Jalen Brunson and Donovan...
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What is Obi Toppin’s Fate if No Trades Come?

The Knicks Wall (Patrick Kiernan) — With all the talk of a Donovan Mitchell trade that may involve Obi Toppin, it’s worth wondering what his fate is if things stay the same. On the cusp of his third NBA season, Obi Toppin has made Knick fans feel as comfortable as ever about his capabilities as a utility player on the team. […] The post What is Obi Toppin’s Fate if No Trades Come? appeared first on The Knicks...
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Jalen Brunson: The Biomechanics God

The Knicks Wall (Tyler Marko) — Jalen Brunson is uniquely suited to give the Knicks what they’ve needed for years: a point guard who can stay on the floor. Tyler Marko and Ray Brenkert dive into why that is. Alec Burks, Immanuel Quickley, Kemba Walker, Derrick Rose, Elfrid Payton, Frank Ntilikina. In the past two seasons alone, the New York Knicks […] The post Jalen Brunson: The Biomechanics God appeared first...
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Can Tom Thibodeau Manage the New, New York Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Quentin Haynes) — The New York Knicks made solid moves this offseason and may not be done. Can Tom Thibodeau make the proper adjustments to manage it all? Whether the New York Knicks acquire Donovan Mitchell from the Utah Jazz or not, it’s easy to say they had a solid offseason. The additions of Jalen Brunson and Isaiah […] The post Can Tom Thibodeau Manage the New, New York Knicks? appeared first on ...
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Breaking Down Improvement Areas for Miles McBride

The Knicks Wall (Eli Cohen) — Miles McBride didn’t get much burn in year one. What are the steps he can take to earn more time in year two? Coming into the 2022 Summer League, it was clear that Quentin Grimes was to be the team’s focal point and offensive hub. Grimes was coming off an injury-shortened but still very promising […] The post Breaking Down Improvement Areas for Miles McBride appeared first...
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