The New York Knicks have a potential star to build around in RJ Barrett, who was the third overall pick in the 2019 draft. But the team is now determined to fill out the roster around him this offseason, per SNY's Ian Begley ...
He also worked with the Nets and 76ers. The New York Knicks and team president Leon Rose continue to fill out the front office. On Monday it was Utah’s Walt Perrin, and Tuesday it is Oklahoma City Thunder scout Frank Zanin.
Photo By Kent Horner/NBAE via Getty Images Looks like a nice-enough chap. It appears the Knicks have a kink for executives with monosyllabic first names ending in “t” and last names starting with “Perr.” Not gonna pretend I’ve ever heard of Perrin.
Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images Is Fred worth giving the bag to? Hey, maybe the Knicks will play basketball next season! If that happens, they’ll need some new, hopefully better players.
Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images No more games at MSG this season. Did you buy season tickets for the 2019-20 New York Knicks? If so, then congratulations on having a great deal of disposal income!
Tom Thibodeau isn’t exactly chomping at the bit to get back into the NBA as quickly as possible. It appears the former Minnesota Timberwolves coach downplayed rumors linking him to the New York Knicks and other teams.
Patrick Ewing's destiny as the savior of Madison Square Garden was eclipsed by a separate fate: to always lose the biggest games to Michael Jordan, something that the blockbuster ESPN documentary "The Last Dance" has brought to the forefront, writes Yardbarker's Sean Keane.
A report last month indicated that Knicks management believes the team is well positioned to trade for a disgruntled star if one becomes available, given its surplus of first-round picks and cap flexibility going forward.
With the Knicks also holding a late first-round pick this year thanks to the Marcus Morris trade with the LA Clippers, they should have plenty of opportunity to snag Hampton if they determine that he is their man.
Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP via Getty Images In which we learn who was and wasn’t Beyoncé... Last night in part six of ESPN’s “The Last Dance,” the Michael Jordan-centered commercial documentary focused on Chicago’s 1993 Eastern conference finals against the New York Knicks.
According to a report, multiple people within the organization are comfortable with the idea of giving up a first-round pick in the right deal since the Knicks currently hold seven first-round picks in the next four drafts.
Photo by Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images Now that the Rose has been planted in the Garden I’ve spent a bunch of recent quaran-time pondering the general wide-lens state of our beloved and perpetually half-formed New York Knicks.
The New York Knicks appeared to have found a diamond in the rough in 2018-19, but Allonzo Trier couldn’t find much playing time in 2019-20. Why? The New York Knicks have been surprisingly successful at finding diamonds in the rough in recent years.
When Melo gets hot, he burns. It was Melo mayhem in Manhattan. The coronavirus crisis has the NBA on hold, which means there’s plenty of time to stay home and appreciate better days, like seven years ago this week when Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks to a 13-game winning streak, good for third best in franchise history.