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New York Knicks: Five realistic goals for Kevin Knox in 2018-19

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — The New York Knicks will have high expectations for Kevin Knox in 2018-19. What can he look to achieve? Kevin Knox will soon embark on his first season with the New York Knicks, who selected him at No. 9 overall in the 2018 NBA Draft. It’s a pressure situation for the Kentucky product, who arrives […] New York Knicks: Five realistic goals for Kevin Knox in 2018-19 - Daily...
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New York Knicks: Celebrating 48 years of Latrell Sprewell

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — Former New York Knicks guard Latrell Sprewell turned 48 years old on Saturday. The New York Knicks teams of the late 1990s and early 2000s were known for players like Patrick Ewing, Alan Houston, Marcus Camby and Kurt Thomas, all of whom contributed to winning teams. Amidst them was Latrell Sprewell, the outspoken guard that […] New York Knicks: Celebrating 48 years of Latrell Sprewell...
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New York Knicks: When Steve Nash wanted to sign in 2012

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — Steve Nash entered the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday night. While he never joined the New York Knicks, there was a time this had the chance to happen. In the early 2010’s, the New York Knicks were after big talents to play with Carmelo Anthony, as Amar’e Stoudemire broke down from injuries and the […] New York Knicks: When Steve Nash wanted to sign in 2012...
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New York Knicks: Phil Jackson’s best and worst transactions

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — Over one year since Phil Jackson’s run in the New York Knicks front office ended, let’s look back at some of his transactions. In 2014, the New York Knicks hired Phil Jackson to become their president of basketball operations. A headline-making move at the time, Jackson achieved success as a head coach with the Chicago […] New York Knicks: Phil Jackson’s best and...
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New York Knicks: Jason Kidd, Maurice Cheeks enter the Hall of Fame

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — One-time members of the New York Knicks, Jason Kidd and Maurice Cheeks, entered the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday night. The New York Knicks have their fair share of faces in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Patrick Ewing, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, Willis Reed, Red Holzman and others received this honor in previous […] New York Knicks: Jason Kidd, Maurice...
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P&T Roundtable: Remembering Jason Kidd’s one season as a Knick as he enters the Hall of Fame

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — He saved the best (entertainment, at least) for last Many great things in life are fleeting — orgasms, kief highs, young Grant Hill, half the shows to ever air on Adult Swim. For modern-day Knicks fans, almost all pleasures are fleeting. Perhaps no greater example was the 2012-13 Knicks season, an orgasmic blip on a 15-year stretch of basketball erectile dysfunction. Part of the Viagra that...
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Welcome to Springfield: The candidates we'd put in the Hall

ESPN The Basketball Hall of Fame is already one of sports' most inclusive, but there are plenty of worthy candidates like Stephon Marbury who've been left waiting.
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New York Knicks: Can Joakim Noah still be traded?

Daily Knicks (Justin Richards) — Could the recent trade of Ryan Anderson cause the New York Knicks to reevaluate the Joakim Noah situation? With the season less than six weeks away, teams are gearing up for the start of training camp at the end of the month. The entire season for the New York Knicks is squarely focused on–the following […] New York Knicks: Can Joakim Noah still be traded? - Daily Knicks - ...
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Jason Kidd, the 2012-13 Knicks, and a one-year basketball revolution

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Old man Kidd and the 2012-13 Knicks were a match made in heaven. Jason Kidd is being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this weekend. For most writers, this is a time to wax nostalgic about one of the greatest point guards ever; for this Knicks scribe, it’s an opportunity to talk about a 39-year-old spot-up jump shooter on the last decent New York squad the world has seen. To be...
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New York Knicks: Five realistic goals for Frank Ntilikina in 2018-19

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — Frank Ntilikina will enter his sophomore season with the New York Knicks. What are realistic expectations for him in 2018-19? The New York Knicks made Frank Ntilikina the No. 8 overall pick of the 2017 NBA Draft, and after one season, he flashed enough promise to become a long-term member of the organization. Soon, though, […] New York Knicks: Five realistic goals for Frank Ntilikina...
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New York Knicks: While Kristaps Porzingis recovers, who will step up?

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — While the New York Knicks wait for Kristaps Porzingis, who takes over as the team’s main scorer? When Kristaps Porzingis tore his left ACL in February, it sent the New York Knicks down an unknown path. With their superstar hurt and without a timetable for his return, it reduced expectations for the team’s development and […] New York Knicks: While Kristaps Porzingis...
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P&T Roundtable: Numbers the Knicks won’t retire, but should

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — These players belong in the MSG pantheon. The number 2 represents the greatest injustice in the history of the Knicks. World War II ended a little over a year before the Knicks began playing, yet they only have two Nixon-era titles to show for it. Appalling. The number 9 represents the second-greatest injustice. Only nine people have had their numbers retired by this organization, and only...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 336: Voicemailbag!

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — How should we be smoking our meat? On today’s ‘sode I shove my hand deep into the mailsack and pull out a bunch of fantastic voicemails on scintillating topics such as signing KD vs signing Kyrie and Jimmy Butler, attaining the perfect smokey flavor with barbecued meats, identifying the most anticipated sonnings of 2019, and MORE! Listen!
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New York Knicks: Kevin Durant recruitment starts from Enes Kanter

Daily Knicks (Rob Wolkenbrod) — Enes Kanter started the recruitment of Kevin Durant to the New York Knicks. Is it possible for 2019? The 2019 offseason has the potential to produce game-changing results for the New York Knicks. With enough cap space to sign a max player, as the Knicks have just $70.2 million committed to their 2019-20 payroll, it […] New York Knicks: Kevin Durant recruitment starts from Enes Kanter ...
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New York Knicks: Will Courtney Lee remain through the 2018-19 season?

Daily Knicks (Daniel Lubofsky) — A productive player on a manageable deal for the New York Knicks, Courtney Lee’s value could have him on the trading block as the season wears on. New York Knicks guard Courtney Lee has always seemed to be a sought out commodity on the trading block. As a good outside shooter and a tough-nosed defender, Lee’s […] New York Knicks: Will Courtney Lee remain through the...
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