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Knicks Aim to Get Back to .500 Against Atlanta After Disappointing Defeat in Chicago

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — The ‘Bockers are back in New York to rectify their bad play against even worse opponents Atlanta and Chicago. The Knicks (12-13) return home Sunday looking to rebound one night after yet another stinging road loss, this time to the hapless Chicago Bulls (now 5-20). The last-minute defeat was defined by dismal firs quarter effort—continuing a troubling trend in road contests, in which the...
  • 7 days ago
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KP’s Buzzer Beater Falls Short as Knicks Lose Excruciating Road Game Versus League-Worst Bulls

The Knicks Wall (Harley Geffner) — The Knicks get out-hustled by the 5–20 Bulls in Chicago as road losses mount up, this time a close 104–102 game. Following an impressive team win by the Knickerbockers over the Grizzlies, the Knicks headed to Chicago on a Saturday night to match up against the worst team in the league with a 4-20 record. The game was a familiar sight for the Knicks, as they would be taking on their former...
  • 7 days ago
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Knicks Head to Chicago to Face NBA’s Worst

The Knicks Wall (Peter Saclarides) — The Knicks match up against the Bulls tonight in Porzingis’ second game back from injury. After a morale-boosting win against Memphis on Wednesday, New York (12-12) is looking to pick up their thirteenth win of the season against the lowly Bulls (4-20). Although KP is back after missing a few games due to a sprained ankle, the Knicks have struggled to score without Tim Hardaway Jr., who...
  • 8 days ago
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TKW Podcast: Lee’s Career Year, Hardaway Out, Summer 2020, New Rotations | TKW Podcast

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — NEW PODCAST ALERT!! Anthony Corbo and Kyle Maggio break down the last week for the Knicks, including: the Knicks facing the Memphis Grizzlies at home, Courtney Lee’s incredible play all year, Kristaps Porzingis’ return from injury, how the Knicks could make a splash in the summer of 2020, Tim Hardaway Jr. remaining out and how the rest of the team has responded, the differences in...
  • 9 days ago
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Porzingis Returns, and the Knicks Overcome the Grizzlies to End Two-Game Losing Streak

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — Despite a rusty game from Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks, led by Courtney Lee, downed the tumultuous Memphis Grizzlies, 99–88. The New York Knicks (12-12), searching for a lifeline to save them from a two-game skid, faced off against the recently David Fizdale-less Memphis Grizzlies at home—and found safety from drowning with the help of a returned Kristaps Porzingis. Porzingis had injured his...
  • 10 days ago
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Knicks and Grizzlies Meet at the Garden

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — With Kristaps Porzingis expected to be back in the lineup, the Knicks hope to even their record against Marc Gasol and the Grizzlies. Upon returning home, the Knicks (11-12) have some explaining to do. The team has dumped five of six, most recently a lifeless 18-point defeat in Indiana on Monday. Fortunately, they face a friendly upcoming schedule, beginning with Wednesday night’s match up...
  • 11 days ago
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With Flashes of Impressive Play, Frank Ntilikina Is a Promising Project Worth Fighting Through Rookie-itis

The Knicks Wall (Harley Geffner) — We detail the struggles and flashes of great play displayed by French rookie Frank Ntilikina, and why he has shown glimpses of promise. Frank Ntilikina came into the league a mystery man. Most Knicks fans had seen the grainy mixtapes from his time with SIG Strasbourg and gawked over his drop-step spin moves into the lane, but the kid missed the Summer League and only played in one preseason...
  • 11 days ago
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Tim Hardaway Jr. Out Minimum of Two Weeks With Stress Injury to Lower Leg

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — The Knicks will be without their starting shooting guard for at least two weeks following a lower body injury. The injury bug comes from every team in the league. Today, it has decided to bite the Knicks pretty hard. Tim Hardaway Jr., who was in the midst of enjoying his reunion with the team, is scheduled to miss at bare minumum the next two weeks with a stress injury in his lower left leg:...
  • 11 days ago
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Could a Lack of Three-Point Shooting Torpedo the Knicks?

The Knicks Wall (Matt Spendley) — The Knicks take the third-fewest amount of threes per game in the NBA. Could this be a source of concern for the team? The revolution of the NBA into a game that revolves around the ability to shoot the three-pointer is not a secret. The best teams shoot a boatload of threes and feature the best shooters in the game at the helm of their offense. In the 2013-14 season, 23.5 percent of all shot...
  • 12 days ago
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Knicks Swept in Back-to-Back, Fall to Indiana 115-97

The Knicks Wall (Peter Saclarides) — Minus KP and THJ, the Knicks struggled from the tip and lost in blowout fashion to the Pacers. After a rough loss to Orlando just yesterday, the Knicks took on the Pacers Monday night in Bankers Life Fieldhouse. This was New York’s second straight game with their top two scorers out due to injury, Kristaps Porzingis (ankle sprain) and Tim Hardaway Jr. (stress injury in left shin), and...
  • 12 days ago
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Without Porzingis and Hardaway Jr., Rebound Game in Indiana Could Slip Away from Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Ankit Mehra) — The New York Knicks continue to play shorthanded as they travel to Indiana to face the Pacers in their second game in as many days. After a demoralizing loss to the Orlando Magic on Sunday afternoon to close out a three-game home stand, the New York Knicks (11-11) will play the second game of a back-to-back against the Indiana Pacers on Monday night. The only issue: Kristaps Porzingis and Tim...
  • 13 days ago
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On the Verge of Breaking Down, the Knicks Could Trade the Following Players to Salvage a Roller Coaster Season

The Knicks Wall (Peter Saclarides) — With trade season coming, let’s take a look at some moves the Knicks could make to either speed up the tank or push for a playoff spot. The Knicks currently hold a record of 11-11 and have a season that could go either way ahead of them. Depending on whether they keep up their early season play and are fighting for a playoff spot come March, or do a very Knicks thing and lose a bunch of...
  • 13 days ago
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Enes Kanter Is (Mostly) Helping on Defense

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — Take: Enes Kanter has arguably been the most important player for the Knicks this season. Sure, Kristaps Porzingis is the budding superstar on track for his first All-Star nod and the recipient of nightly “MVP” chants, but Kanter’s presence—in some ways—has proven to be just as crucial. This notion has been on full display over the past week, as the Knicks’s ugly three-game losing skid...
  • 13 days ago
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Knicks Film Study: Damyean Dotson Defensive Highlights vs. Magic

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Damyean Dotson got a chance to crack the starting lineup on Sunday, and his defense didn’t disappoint. Check out why Knicks fans should be excited by more than just Frank Ntilikina’s backcourt defense. And make sure to subscribe to The Knicks Wall channel for more detailed breakdowns: The post Knicks Film Study: Damyean Dotson Defensive Highlights vs. Magic appeared first on ...
  • 13 days ago
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Offense Evaporates in Fourth Quarter, Knicks Drop Competitive Match Against Magic Without Porzingis and Hardaway Jr.

The Knicks Wall (Ankit Mehra) — After going down 17 early on to the Orlando Magic, the Knicks feigned comeback efforts fell short as they lost 105-100 in a Sunday matinee match up.  The New York Knicks (11-11), without offensive leaders Tim Hardaway Jr. and Kristaps Porzingis, were unable to beat the Orlando Magic (10-14) for the second time this season. The Knicks struggled to garner momentum early on, as is the case in...
  • 13 days ago
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