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TKW Podcast: Melo’s Return, Solid Team Play & Knicksmas feat. Sam Morril

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — Anthony Corbo, Kyle Maggio, and Bailey Carlin are joined by comic Sam Morril of “People Talking Sports* (And Other Things)” to talk sports (and other things). The guys break down the return of ‘Melo to Madison Square Garden, the make-up of this year’s team and why they’ve been so fun, some stellar performances from players like Michael Beasley, Doug McDermott, and...
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Knicks Defeat Oklahoma City Thunder 111-96 in Carmelo Anthony’s Return

The Knicks Wall (Matt Spendley) — On the shoulders of Michael Beasley and company, the Knicks won their 16th game of the season. The shorthanded New York Knicks (16-13), who were without Kristaps Porzingis, turned in a convincing win against the Oklahoma City Thunder (14-15), spoiling Carmelo Anthony’s return to Madison Square Garden. Despite missing their Latvian superstar, and with Frank Ntilikina having an off night, the...
  • 359 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony Returns to New York to Face His Departed Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — After exhausting themselves in Philly last night, the Thunder come to New York in Carmelo Anthony’s first game at MSG on an opposing team since the Knicks trade. The day has come. Would it be hyperbole to say this is the most anticipated game of the regular season for the Knicks? Possibly. The Sixers game on Christmas day is what I personally cannot wait for, but make no mistake, this is...
  • 359 days ago
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TKW Podcast: KP’s Knee, Frank vs. Rookies & Courtney Lee

The Knicks Wall (Anthony Corbo) — The Knicks Wall’s Anthony Corbo and Kyle Maggio discuss the Knicks-Nets matchup and catch you up on a surprisingly 15-13 team! The guys break down the Porzingis injury (with up to the minute updates, Frank Ntilikina vs the competition amongst rookies, the Knicks-Lakers OT thrill, Courtney Lee’s amazing consistency, the team’s growth in the wake of TIm Hardaway Jr.’s...
  • 361 days ago
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Knicks Film School: The Frank and Ron Show in Brooklyn

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Frank Ntilikina and Ron Baker helped the Knicks beat the Brooklyn Nets with these key moments on Thursday. If you appreciate the subtleties that win a basketball game and the development of two young players, the fourth quarter of the Knicks x Nets game was for you.   The post Knicks Film School: The Frank and Ron Show in Brooklyn appeared first on The Knicks Wall .
  • 361 days ago
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Flashy Passing from Knicks Disrupts Brooklyn, All-Around Team Contributions Fuel Win in Porzingis’ Absence

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) — The Knicks overcame a KP injury and found unusually pleasant contributions from their bench to edge out the Nets in Brooklyn, 111–104. The New York Knicks (15–13) mounted up for a borough barrel at the Barclays Center for Kenny Atkinson’s feisty Brooklyn Nets (11–16) team. However, approximately halfway through the third quarter, Porzingis was sidelined with a non-contact injury to his...
  • 361 days ago
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One-One Punch: New York’s Point Guards Scoring in Bunches

The Knicks Wall (Michael Corvo) — Jarrett Jack and Frank Ntilikina are integral to the success of this Knicks team. Thankfully, the floor generals for the Knicks have assumed a bigger burden of the scoring lately, easing the pressure around the roster. In the absence of Tim Hardaway Jr. and his 17.8 points per game, the Knicks need all the scoring help they can get. They averaged just 99.5 points in their first four contests...
  • 361 days ago
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Knicks Travel to Brooklyn For Crosstown Confrontation

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — The Knicks face off against their New York City rival Brooklyn Nets as the two struggling franchises begin to show some promise for the future. The last time the Knicks played the Nets, a star was born: After battling injuries and a less than flattering start on offense, Frank Ntilikina gave Knicks fans a glimpse of his defensive pedigree. But the story of that night wasn’t only Frankie...
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Knicks Film School: Frank Ntilikina Highlights vs. Lonzo Ball and Lakers

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — In what will hopefully be the first of many matchups between 2017 draft mates Frank Ntilikina and Lonzo Ball, the Knicks came out on top. Knicks fans have been excited about Ntilikina’s defense this season. But it was his offense that was most impressive versus the Lakers. The young guard looked confident and aggressive in taking and making shots, while driving to the hoop with more...
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Porzingis’ Hot Three-Point Shooting, Ntilikina’s Clutch Late-Game Play Calm Ball, Lakers in Thrilling Overtime Win

The Knicks Wall (Nick Scolaro) — A back-and-forth battle between L.A. and N.Y. spilled into overtime where Porzingis and Ntilikina rose the occasion to stop Lonzo Ball’s Lakers, 113–109 (OT). A star-studded crowd was on hand tonight, featuring Magic Johnson, Odell Beckham Jr., and the Ball family, and boy they picked a great game to attend. Tonight’s back-and-forth contest at MSG was arguably one of the most compelling...
  • 363 days ago
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Lonzo Ball and the Lake Show Come to the Garden

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — The Knicks have an exciting matchup against the Lakers on Tuesday night as Lonzo Ball makes his first appearance at the Garden as an NBA player. When was the last time the Knicks played the Lakers in a game with some buzz to it and they were favored to win the game? The Lakers (10-15) head into New York on their third stop of a four game road trip, having won the first two games in...
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Courtney Lee Continues to Bloom Late with a Meaningful Role

The Knicks Wall (Mike Cortez) — Knicks guard/forward Courtney Lee is averaging career highs in multiple categories while simultaneously filling the glue guy role in a flourishing tenth season in the NBA. Assuming the veteran role player job is mostly a reluctantly held position. The role itself is thankless. You are only truly noticed when you’re not doing your job, the same way you only notice your garbage man when he...
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