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Knicks projected to draft Indiana’s Kel’el Ware with No. 24 pick

Posting and Toasting (Antonio Losada) — Will the Knicks draft a big? The New York Knicks are projected to draft Indiana center Kel’el Ware with the No. 24 pick in the first round, according to the latest Aggregated 2024 NBA Mock Draft published by HoopsHype on May 28. Ware is a 7-foot, 242-pound sophomore center. He will turn pro having played for both Oregon as a freshman and Indiana as a sophomore. Born on April 20, 2004,...
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Breaking down Jalen Brunson's star card, Julius Randle's future and more

$The Athletic: Fred Katz (Fred Katz and Seth Partnow) — Knicks beat writer Fred Katz connected with NBA analytics writer Seth Partnow to discuss New York’s biggest offseason storylines.
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Final 5 Questions

$Knicks Film School (Jonathan Macri) — We end offseason week with five significant questions that will hover over New York's summer.
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Knicks 2023-24 Player Review: Donte DiVincenzo

Posting and Toasting (Kento Kato) — Unexpected record setting season from the Big Ragu Two A’s and a B plus. Those were the respective grades that Yahoo Sports, SNY, and Bleacher Report gave the Knicks for their signing of Donte DiVincenzo. They listed his outside shooting, which had jumped up to 39.7% the season prior, his energy, tendency to be in the right spots, secondary playmaking, and defense as reasons why the...
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Knicks could add size with star Baylor prospect in this year’s draft

Empire Sports Media (Dylan Backer) — Now that the New York Knicks’ playoff run is over, the next main focus is the upcoming NBA Draft, which […]
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Knicks’ extension for star point guard could be an absolute steal

Empire Sports Media (Alexander Wilson) — When it comes to extending star point guard Jalen Brunson, the New York Knicks shouldn’t hesitate for a second. Brunson […]
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Knicks 2023-24 Player Review: Mitchell Robinson

Posting and Toasting (Sam Stein) — The Block Ness Monster. It might strain your memory to recall such a time, but for the first 21 games of the season, Mitchell Robinson was one of the best defensive centers in the NBA. No joke. He was averaging 10.3 rebounds per game, easily the highest mark of his career. Take into account the fact that on top of that, he was averaging nearly 1.5 steals and 1.5 blocks per game, and...
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Target Practice: Part II

$Knicks Film School (Jonathan Macri) — We continue Offseason Week with five (relatively) realistic names the Knicks may pursue this summer.
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Knicks 2023-24 Player Review: Josh Hart

Posting and Toasting (Andrew Polaniecki) — The Hart & Soul of the Knicks When Josh Hart joined the Knicks before the 2023 trade deadline, he was tinkering between becoming a solid role player and league journeyman. New York had become his fourth team in seven years. Prior to joining the Knicks, Hart’s stellar numbers as a role player since joining the league in 2017 always called for him to be the man to round out trade packages,...
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The Knicks have to make a difficult decision on the future of their three-time All-Star big man

Empire Sports Media (Davin McFarland) — A cascade of injuries saw the New York Knicks depleted and defeated at the hands of the Indiana Pacers in […]
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Knicks named as a top-three landing spot for heralded 2024 NBA Draft prospect

Empire Sports Media (Matthew Legros) — The New York Knicks could take the most popular entrant in the 2024 NBA Draft with their second-round pick come […]
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Knicks’ center Isaiah Hartenstein poised for big payday after career year

Posting and Toasting (Russell Richardson) — New York faces tough choices with Hartenstein’s free agency looming Stepping up after Mitchell Robinson was derailed by an ankle injury, Isaiah Hartenstein distinguished himself as a dominant center for the New York Knicks this season. The league took notice as he averaged a career-high 8.3 rebounds, 7.8 points, and 2.5 assists in 75 games, starting 49 of them, and logged a 108.1 defensive...
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Knicks seemingly prioritizing star defensive forward over three-time All-Star in 2024 offseason

Empire Sports Media (Matthew Legros) — The New York Knicks have multiple moving parts to juggle in their quest to build an indisputable championship roster for […]
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Knicks have no choice but to bring back reliable center in free agency

Empire Sports Media (Ryan Garcia) — Isaiah Hartenstein broke out last season, helping the Knicks not just stomach the loss of Mitchell Robinson during the regular […]
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Knicks Must Re-Sign OG Anunoby and Isaiah Hartenstein

The Knicks Wall (Sarah Al-Refae) — OG Anunoby and Isaiah Hartenstein are set to enter free agency. The Knicks absolutely must re-sign them both. The 2023-24 season came with a lot of ups and downs for the New York Knicks, from clinching the No. 2 seed in the regular season and making it to the playoffs to heartbreaking key injuries that […] The post Knicks Must Re-Sign OG Anunoby and Isaiah Hartenstein appeared first...
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