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.
New York’s first-round pick from last year is in the news for working out with head coach David Fizdale. What do contributors Charlie Zegers and Bryan Gibberman think about Ntilikina’s growth and ability on the hardwood?
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?
What should each Knick look to do this summer to take their game to the next level?
Former team president Phil Jackson publicly embarrassed himself three years ago with a typo tweet criticizing the soon-to-be champion Golden State Warriors. Now, the Knicks can correct themselves with a revamped offense under new head coach David Fizdale.
Hardaway writhed on the floor after suffering an apparent ankle/calf injury versus Miami in the third quarter of Friday’s contest.
Beset with an ankle injury, Mudiay, who started, rested in the second half in favor of Ntilikina, who shone with a pretty jumper and nice defense while Hardaway abused the T’Wolves in transition for another 30-plus-point night in Friday’s home loss.
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 Knicks began their road trip with a 23-point blowout in Los Angeles to Lou Will and the Clippers.
After a surprising win against the Orlando Magic on the road this past Thursday night, the Knicks return to Madison Square Garden to face off against the Boston Celtics in an Atlantic Division bout.