JRSwishMix

J.R. Smith is a rare type of individual. He is the kind of NBA player to go from winning the 6th Man Year Award in his best season to date–to being one of the most underachieving players of the following season. There isn’t a better image of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in the league, […]


World Famous: Lansky Jones of World’s Fair chats about Knicks 2013-14 season

When the New York Knicks are not the center of attention, the city’s original home team always finds its way into the conversation. Two championships between 1970 and 1973 let the team sit at the winner’s table with other storied franchises. Forty years later, since the city brought home the brass, the Knicks would be […]


Worn and Torn in the Knicks Post Season

Since this March, Richard “Treats” Dryden became a Knicks Wall contributor focusing on sneaker trends. To close the book on the Knicks’ most proud post-season effort—since he first experienced the 1994 playoff series against the Indiana Pacers—Treats profiles the other treasures in his collection of NYK gear. I stopped noticing that I was wearing my […]


J.R. Smith Wears Bo Jackson Nike Trainer SC “Auburn”

According to Kenyon Martin, the Knicks were attending a funeral for the Celtics, which explained why he and his teammates, including J.R. Smith wore black to Game 5. Their plan to bury the Celtics back fired, resulting a 92-86 loss. While the Knicks’ choice of attire will be scrutinized until Friday’s Game 6, go ahead […]


New York Kicks Roundup: Playoff Edition

Games 1 and 2 of the Knicks-Celtics series has shown the best sneakers by some of your favorite players. Between Carmelo Anthony’s brand spanking new Air Jordan Melo M9 Playoff Edition to the back-to-back appearances of the throwback Air Jordan 2, 5, and 8 unearthed by Quentin Richardson, pure sneaker gold has been touching the […]