While Marvin Bagley III spent most of the season getting all of the headlines, Wendell Carter Jr. was quietly the glue that held Duke together. Is he the ultimate big man in 2018? Or will his skills fail to translate to the NBA?
Kobe Bryant and agent Arn Tellem slyly juggled teams’ interests on draft day 22 years ago. Euro-prodigy Luka Doncic could make a similar play in June—and the Knicks could vie for his attention.
Texas Tech had a fantastic season, reaching the Elite Eight in part thanks to the success of their young wing. What kind of potential lies within Zhaire Smith?
New York’s prickly predicament with veteran and team co-captain Courtney Lee hurts playing time for the Knicks’ backcourt teammates. Perhaps it’s time to part with Lee, eschew his sizable contract, and patiently re-work the team while dispensing Courtney to a future playoff-bound team.
Digesting this season’s playoffs through the prism of the current Knicks situation, featuring Bryan Gibberman and Charlie Zegers.
The most controversial player on New York’s roster was lavished with a big contract last year. What must he do to wipe the naysayers away?
New York’s at a precarious spot at no. 9: do they go with the highest talent still left on the board, or do the Knicks pick the organization’s top positional need, likely a wing player?
While the postseason plays out and the losers sit idly by praying for draft success, it’s time to examine teams in similar situations as the New York Knicks. Who can we say have it worse than the Knicks right now?
Trae Young took college basketball by storm last season at Oklahoma. How would he potentially fit with the Knicks if they select him to run the point?
Bryan and Charlie debate who works best for the Knicks at no. 9 come June at the 2018 NBA Draft.