Your Newest Knick, Kostas Papanikolaou

Four-hours into the 2012 NBA Draft, the Knicks’ name was finally called. With the 48th overall pick, the New York Knicks selected Kostas Papanikolaou. This was a head-scratching pick for many Knicks fans, as Scott Machado and Darius Johnson-Odom were both still on the board. Machado and Johnson-Odom both filled immediate needs in back-up point… More


Draft Profile: Darius Johnson-Odom

Darius Johnson-Odom is a 6’ 2” sharp shooting, lefty guard out of Marquette University. Johnson-Odom is built well, weighing in at 212 pounds, and possessing a sizeable 6’ 6” wingspan. Despite the lefty’s underwhelming stature, he impressed at the NBA draft combine, recording a max vertical of 41.5” (the highest noted at the event). Darius… More


The Road To Another Draft Pick

The 2012 NBA Draft is today. For the first time in a long time, the New York Knicks do not have a first-round pick and just one second-round pick. As always, there are picks available in the late first-round and scattered throughout the second round, but as the Knicks have already used up their allotted… More


Draft Profile: William Buford

William Buford spent four years at Ohio State. He played an intrinsic role in Ohio State’s success and looks to continue finding success – this time, at the NBA level. Buford’s game revolves around hitting shots, as he doesn’t possess the physical tools or athletic ability to create his own shot, which severely limit his… More


Draft Profile: Tu Holloway

The Knicks, sitting at pick 48th in the draft, have plenty more lucrative options than the 48th pick would garner in most years. There are plenty of directions they could go with this pick; they could stash away a foreigner (Tomas Satoransky); use it to trade up; or, the more likely, use it to get… More


Draft Profile: Terrance Henry

This is a guest post from Joe Genovese (@2PalsTlknSports). Be sure to follow him. Terrance Henry is my sleeper in the second round. He had a solid four-year career at Ole Miss and in his senior season, Henry averaged 12.5 points and 4.3 rebounds a game. Henry shot 45% from the field and was an… More


Draft Profile: Kim English

This is a guest post from Joe Genovese (@2PalsTlknSports). Be sure to follow him. In his junior season, Kim English had a poor season. He averaged just 10 points a game, on 36% shooting; He wasn’t thriving in then Mizzou head coach Mike Anderson’s system, but, despite his poor season, English put his name into… More

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Draft Profile: Norris Cole

In anticipation for today’s draft, I have searched high and low for a sleeper candidate, or a potential second round impact player. I think I have found him. Meet Norris Cole, a 6-1 skinny point guard out of Cleveland State who entered the draft as somewhat of an unknown. However, he has impressed NBA scouts,… More