The Knicks Wall Podcast returns reviewing the past three games, which saw Julius Randle and R.J. Barrett heat up and some solid contributions elsewhere.

Watch out folks, the New York Knicks are hot. Tom Thibodeau’s young band has won two of their last three against quality opponents. R.J. Barrett has awoken from a shooting slumber at last, while Julius Randle and Elfrid Payton have stepped up in a big way.

And then there is Mitchell Robinson and his fantastic defense. Oh, and Immanuel Quickley is back like he never left. Can’t forget about Austin Rivers making his debut and immediately becoming a fan favorite. 

There is a lot going on, most of it good. We are in uncharted territory now—the Knicks may actually be good.

Kyle Maggio, Mike Cortez, and Shaun Geddes recap a whirlwind three games and look ahead to a much brighter future than initially anticipated.

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The Knicks, at 3-3, have won three of their last four contests all against teams that made the playoffs last year. They seem to be in a groove under Thibodeau—and hot bench scorer Alec Burks has yet to return from an ankle sprain, too. With Thibodeau’s rotation all but set in stone, it looks like the Knicks are going to be able to play up to their opponent’s type of competition all season long.

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