With a new head coach and roster ready to be molded, the Knicks may be on the brink of their own small-ball revolution. Well, if they can fit the pieces together.
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.
How do we evaluate the play of Lee, Thomas, and Beasley this season, and do any of them have a realistic chance to stay on the roster next season?
Ntilikina scored a rookie-high and Hornacek gives Jack time to shine in a rolling win over Kemba and the Hornets, breaking New York’s nine-game losing streak.
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.
Three and a half years in, the Knicks are still trying to discover how to best use forward Lance Thomas, whose shortcomings on offense may reach a breaking point despite tremendous individual defense.
With trade season coming, let’s take a look at some moves the Knicks could make to either speed up the tank or push for a playoff spot. The Knicks currently hold a record of 11-11 and have a season that could go either way ahead of them. Depending on whether they keep up their early season play and are fighting for a playoff spot come March, or do a very Knicks thing and lose a bunch of games and find themselves fighting for a top pick in the draft, the…
Wow! Porzingis scores a career-high 40 points and the Knicks completed a real comeback! Well, if you turned the Knicks game off at halftime… you missed a lot. The Indiana Pacers (5–4) and their young players, including Myles Turner, Victor Oladipo, and Domantas Sabonis, came to New York for a Sunday night game of basketball. We saw a lackluster first half from the New York Knicks (5–4). But then, sparked by the magically delicious play of Kristaps Porzingis, and aided by Frank Ntilikina and Lance Thomas(?!), the Knicks smoothly…