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Embrace the Tank: How an Expected Poor Season Could Pay Dividends for the Knicks

The Knicks Wall (Brendan Duball) — Expectations aren’t high for the Knicks, a long season is in the forecast. That could very well be a good thing.   The New York Knicks, expectedly, are going to stink this year. This is good news (kinda). Carmelo Anthony’s departure puts the Knicks in an even more difficult position to compete, but an easier position for developing the future. This is exactly what the Knicks should be...
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The Young Knicks Head South to Face the Wizards in Preseason

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — The Knicks head to the DMV to take on the Wiz Friday night.   John Wall is probably the best two-way guard in the Eastern Conference. Unfortunately, fans will have to wait another few weeks to see if the Knicks rookie point guard can use his wingspan and athleticism to slow up Wall and the Wizards’ high-octane offense. With Frank Ntilikina out for tonight’s game, it appears that the...
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Without Their Star, the Knicks Sputter In D.C., Lose 104–100 in Preseason

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — Porzingis and Ntilikina sit, Beasley and Kanter fill in for New York’s team trying to find its identity.   Waiting for the Knicks to post what the starting lineup will be for the night is an exercise in futility. Anytime the Knicks post their starters, there’s going to be a tinge of exasperation. Tonight, the result was playing Tim Hardaway Jr. at the 3 and placing Courtney Lee at the 2....
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Roundtable: TKW’s 2017–18 Season Predictions

The Knicks Wall (The Knicks Wall) — Our writers put their heads together to predict what will go down for the Knicks in the upcoming season.   he New York Knickerbockers are ready to suit up with an alarming lack of expectations for the 2017–18 season. The summer flew by–and so did a few Knicks. Phil, Carmelo, D-Rose: all gone. Kurt Rambis? Surprisingly still here. Hornacek is coaching the squad of Island of Misfit Toys and...
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Organizing New York’s Crowded Frontcourt

The Knicks Wall (James Woodruff) — Big men create big troubles. In the simplest description: the Knicks have a logjam at the center position.   As Kristaps Porzingis inches toward his prime, the foremost priority is to pair him with peers who complement his interior defense without stifling his mid-range output. It’s not very often that teams have a frontcourt tandem that can coexist for years without stepping on each...
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Knicks, Jamel Artis Part Ways

The Knicks Wall (Matt Spendley) — The Knicks have waived the former Pittsburgh Panther, trimming the roster down to 19 players.   On Wednesday afternoon, the Knicks waived forward and headband enthusiast Jamel Artis:   The Knicks announce that they have waived forward Jamel Artis. Strange timing. He was productive in limited minutes last night. — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) October 4, 2017   Timing is...
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Great Expectations: All Eyes on Tim Hardaway Jr.’s Second Stint in N.Y.

The Knicks Wall (Jack Huntley) — Knicks fans are still trying to forget the last version of Hardaway, Jr., in a Knick uniform, but this season has the potential to be a different story.   Welcome to Tim Hardaway, Jr., New York Knick basketball player, take-two. It’s a baffling re-acquisition, even for the Knicks, a franchise with a frustrating fetish for the classic shock-and-awe-free-agency-overpay. The Knicks drafted...
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Picks, Rolls, Pops & Boards: The Knicks Big Man Preview

The Knicks Wall (Steve Tornello) — How will Kristaps and friends fare in a world without triangles? The answer lies in a wide-open offense.   This is a preview of the Knicks big men for the 2017–18 season. But bear with me. I’ll get to them. Because first, we need to take a step back and ask ourselves how Jeff Hornacek’s newfound control of the offense will shake things up. First off, we’re heading back to modern times....
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Knicks, Jamel Artis Part Ways

The Knicks Wall (Matt Spendley) — The Knicks have waived the former Pittsburgh Panther, trimming the roster down to 19 players.   On Wednesday afternoon, the Knicks waived forward and headband enthusiast Jamel Artis:   The Knicks announce that they have waived forward Jamel Artis. Strange timing. He was productive in limited minutes last night. — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) October 4, 2017 Timing is surprising...
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