On behalf of the entire management staff here at The Knicks Wall, I would like to personally thank each and every single one of you for reading, sharing, and spending time on all the work that this site has produced this season. Despite another losing record, your continued engagement with us has helped The Knicks Wall grow steadily, and because of that, we can’t thank you enough.
Whether you’ve found us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, SoundCloud, Periscope, or even Reddit and beyond, our goal was to produce quality Knicks-centric content that can be consumed on the platform that of your choice. As the journey of the youth movement in the Knicks organization moves forward, we hope that you will continue to follow us along as well. If improvement for the Knicks never stops, then our work with creating meaningful content never stops either.
We’re excited about the potential of the Knicks, but more importantly, as the editor-in-chief of this site, I’m thrilled with what we have in store for the rest of you later on this year.
The Knicks Wall has been around for a while, but it wasn’t until the past few seasons where our growth skyrocketed because of our fans and followers. Now, with hundreds and thousands of you reading our features, following our live game tweets, or listening in to our various podcasts, it’s safe to say that this is only the start of something bigger.
I’d like to thank all of my writers, social media staffers, podcast producers and guests, and most importantly, my management staff. Without them, none of this would be remotely possible. Big, big shoutout to Anthony Corbo, Kyle Maggio, Bailey Carlin, Reid Goldsmith, Matt Spendley, Jeffrey Bellone, for sacrificing sleep and personal time in order to do everything they can to keep all of you informed on the Knicks.
Once again, thank you.
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