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Knicks Start Off 0-2 After Late-Game Failures Spoil Two Chances at Underdog Victory

In a tense opening night in San Antonio, the Knicks took an 84-83 lead into the fourth quarter against a respectable well-oiled Spurs team. Ultimately, New York's lead dwindled and disintegrated during a 22-2 run that included an 18-0 stretch.

How Will RJ Barrett and Ignas Brazdeikis Fit on a Young Knicks Roster?

With Barrett, the Knicks have a two-guard who's most effective with the ball in his hands. At the moment, the Knicks have a couple of guards who share that similar trait. Allonzo Trier is the isolation-king, which is why his nickname is Iso-Zo and Dennis Smith Jr., who has shown to become a more efficient player when paired with another ball-dominant guard.

Perry Planted the Seeds, Now Let the Young Budding Garden Grow

There appeared to be a different vibe emanating from the Garden with Scott Perry as the new general manager. It was a cool vibe, one that preached patience and had fans excited for the fresh garden of young budding flora and fauna.

Frank Ntilikina Is Showing He Belongs in the NBA

Frank Ntilikina, intimately known as the French Prince amongst Knicks fans, has divided opinion amongst basketball analysts and the Garden faithful...

It’s Time For The Young Knicks

by Ken Tavarez The Knicks have played less than 10 games this season and everyone is already bailing on the season. The concern is not the overall talent on the roster, it’s the production from the point guard position and...

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Is There a Future for Frank Ntilikina in New York?

The point guard battle has been a topic of discussion all season for the New York Knicks. In the first half of the season, Trey Burke, Emmanuel Mudiay, and Frank Ntilikina were battling each other for minutes. The eventual winner of that battle was Mudiay. Now, Burke has left via trade, and Dennis Smith Jr. replaced him in the battle for point guard supremacy.

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