As the season goes on, the New York Knicks continue to pile up the ping pong balls. The voice of Adam Silver saying "with the first pick in the NBA Draft, the New York Knicks select Zion Williamson" becomes louder as the Knicks continue to pile up the losses.
There aren't many teams who are capable of pulling off such exquisite tanking tactics. Last night against the Utah Jazz, the "Knicks Tank" kept rolling through the beautiful ambiance of Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City.
'Tis the season to be jolly! The New York Knicks were hoping to spread some Christmas cheer to the Garden faithful with a win against the Milwaukee Bucks. Unfortunately, Giannis Antetokounmpo and his fifty pounds of added muscle strong-armed the Knicks at the world's most famous arena.
The most notable tanking exploits during these run of the games came against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Phoenix Suns, and last night against the Atlanta Hawks. These are all games the Knicks should have come out as victors, but when the tank is rolling...
In 2015, the 19-year old Emmanuel Mudiay was seen as a project by many NBA scouts. Unlike most high school players, Mudiay decided to play ball overseas rather than play in college.
After suffering a tough loss to the Indiana Pacers, the New York Knicks looked to bounce back against the Phoenix Suns on Monday night. Conventional wisdom would lead many to believe the Knicks should be able to pull out a win against the Suns at home.
Even though the rivalry isn't as fierce as years past when Patrick Ewing and Reggie Miller were in their prime in the 90s, both the Knicks and the Pacers slugged it out in an ugly game of basketball.