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Why RJ Barrett, and NO ONE ELSE     

When the dust finally settled on lottery night, Knicks fans felt both disappointed and relieved, despite falling to the third overall pick in the draft. Sharing the highest odds with the Phoenix Suns and Cleveland Cavaliers, the Knicks were the only team to remain with a top three draft pick.

Could RJ Barrett make an impact on the Knicks?

Photo Credit: Getty Images Once again, the NBA Draft Lottery shattered the hopes and dreams of New York Knicks' fans around the world. Finally, the Knicks tanked to perfection and solidified the best odds (alongside the Phoenix Suns and Cleveland...

Williamson or Morant? Who Would Better Help the Knicks?

Throughout most of the college basketball season, the consensus number one pick has been Zion Williamson, which is not surprising. Who wouldn't want a 6'6", 280-pound freight train, with crazy athleticism, who can defend and dunk on anyone who stands in his way in the paint? Lately, there has been an NBA prospect whose name has been rising in the number one pick talk. That player is, obviously, Ja Morant.

Matisse Thybulle Should be on the Knicks Radar

Due to these reasons, there's no surprise that the Ntilikina trade rumors have been picking up steam. If the Knicks are to trade away the young French point guard and are lucky enough to snag possibly a late first or early second round pick, there is a player who may be available as a possible replacement. That player is Matisse Thybulle of the Washington Huskies.

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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Knicks Smash Hawks in Season Opener

New York came out with guns blazing on both sides on the ball. Defensively, the players were creating turnovers and deflecting passes at will. Offensively, the Knicks scored a franchise-high 49 points.

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