The success of the Knicks’ rebuild will be largely contingent on thorough player development. Will they be able to utilize Westchester to their advantage during that process?
While Luke Kornet graduated from his two-way deal, Isaiah Hicks will continue to shuttle between Westchester and Manhattan. Arizona shooting guard Allonzo Trier joins Hicks as a two-way player. What can the three do to prove their mettle?
Hicks will be back in New York for a second year after signing a two-way contract on Tuesday.
Over the course of a G League and NBA season, the Knicks have developed center Luke Kornet. Now, on the brink of losing a roster spot, here’s why New York should keep Kornet on the squad.
Last week, Bryan Gibberman evaluated the guards on the team moving forward. Next, he talks about the wings/forwards on the team, and what impact they can make next year.
It’s Throwback Thursday as we prime the upcoming NCAA Tournament and see which current Knicks have alma maters competing in this year’s March Madness.
The first match for New York without their top dog Porzingis was rough, but it featured surprisingly fun moments from G League alums.
Although the Knicks’ record is only one game better than this time last season, subtle adjustments and changes in management’s culture point to a legitimate rebuild over treading around mediocrity.
What did we learn from soaking in a Westchester Knicks game? Last night’s 104-95 victory over the Windy City Bulls marked the Westchester Knicks’ seventh win in their first ten games to begin the season, good for first place in the G League’s Atlantic Division. The high-octane match up featured numerous former NCAA stars on both teams, such as Trey Burke, Isaiah Hicks, Nigel Hayes, Ryan Arcidiacono, and even Ron Baker, who was recently demoted. It was a college basketball fan’s dream to be in attendance yesterday and I was…