Why World Peace Makes Sense Now

I’ve seen quite an array of reactions in the past 24 hours on the Knicks’ decision to sign Queens native, and St. John’s alum, Metta World Peace (formerly Ron Artest) to a two-year deal made official yesterday out in the desert of Las Vegas. Some fans have been clamoring, since June of 1999, for World […]


Knicks’ Summer League Roster and Schedule

This year, Las Vegas’ Summer League will run from July 12th to July 22nd, with 21 NBA teams participating. Unlike in previous years, this year’s event will debut a tournament style schedule that will leave a team dubbed Summer League Champion. From July 12th – July 16th, the teams will play three preliminary rounds, before […]


Knicks, Pablo Prigioni Agree To Three-Year Deal

Priggie, Priggie, Priggie can’t you see?  Well apparently Pablo Prigioni saw himself in a Knicks uniform for the foreseeable future.  According to multiple reports, Prigioni and the Knicks have come to terms on a three-year deal worth approximately $6 million dollars.  The deal is fully guaranteed for the first two seasons, with the third year […]


Jason Kidd, Head Coach of Brooklyn Nets

Just a couple weeks ago, Jason Kidd came out and shocked everyone with news that he planned to retired. He is 40, so that wasn’t too alarming, but what surprised everyone was his decision to leave $6 million on the table. Well, quickly after retiring, news began to surface that Jason Kidd was quite interesting […]


Measuring the importance of Iman Shumpert

The New York Knicks head into this offseason with a conundrum on their hands. They need help on both ends of the floor. Now, who’s to say that help is not already within grasp for them? Yes, Amar’e Stoudemires $100mm pay day ties Glen Grunwald’s hands behind his back financially and gives the Knicks very little […]


Looking Ahead

After the Knicks were eliminated by the Pacers in the second round of the playoffs, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth about the bleak future faced by this team. To be fair, there are plenty of reasons for concern. The team is old, the oldest in the league. The team was beset by […]


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 […]


Off-Season Primer: Financials

Well, the New York Knicks are out of the playoffs. As much as that sucks, it’s time to focus on the upcoming season… already. As you know, the Knicks have several high-salary players and adding to this roster during the off-season is often a daunting task. With that said, Mr. Grunwald has done a fantastic job adding minimum salary […]