NY Post: This looks nothing like the Frank Ntilikina who has confounded Knicks

I love how there’s not even any new information about Frank to share, but Berman still managed to put out this article. Incredibly, Frank Ntilikina, the Knicks’ 2017 lottery pick, is now the team’s longest-tenured player, along with Damyean Dotson. Ntilikina played like he wants to stay that way when he led the French National […]

Deadspin.com: Dennis Smith Jr. May Have Fultzed His Shooting Form

It’s Deadspin, so feel free not to pay it much mind, but I’m so desperate for Knicks-related content, it’s the best I’ve got. A Reddit user posted a video of Dennis Smith Jr. working out and his shot looked…different. Look who came to my school…. from NYKnicks From the Deadspin write-up, “Here’s Dennis Smith Jr. […]

SNY.com: Knicks’ Dennis Smith Jr. says helping RJ Barrett win Rookie of the Year is one of his season goals

Ian Begley parsed an excellent interview by Chris Henderson with Dennis Smith Jr. over at SNY. The key quote is Smith talking about how important it is for him to help RJ Barrett win Rookie of the Year, “I’m treating that as one of my focal points just to help him win Rookie of the […]

SNY.com: 5 things that need to happen for Knicks season to be considered a success

This Rafael Canton piece isn’t exactly reinventing the wheel, but hey, he’s talking about the Knicks, and that’s what we’re all sort of desperate for, right? I figure that I’ll just post his five things and you can read the above piece to see his explanations and I guess everyone here can share the five […]

ESPN.com: Frank Ntilikina Single-Handedly Snaps Team USA’s 58-Game Winning Streak

Okay, that is not the actual headline, but I think that we all know that that was implied. France has defeated Team USA 89-79 in a FIBA World Cup quarterfinal game at Dongguan, China. The loss ends Team USA’s 58-game winning streak in international tournaments with NBA players on the roster. Their last loss was […]

9/11: Knicks Reflect on the Tragedy

It has been 18 years since 9/11 and the Knicks, as you might imagine, have honored the victims of the tragic terrorist attack many times in the years since. I thought I would share some memories of 9/11 from Mark Jackson, who was in his second season of his return to the Knicks at the […]

Yahoo!: Enes Kanter: Players are scared to play for Knicks because of owner James Dolan

I don’t know, man, I don’t even want to share it, but there’s so little Knicks news out there, that I guess I have to go with some Enes Kanter nonsense, as quoted by Yahoo! Sports’ Ryan Young: “Not many people know that, but players talk. From different teams, they talk,” Kanter said on Bleacher Report’s […]

NY Post: This is the Frank Ntilikina the Knicks want to see

Marc Berman writes about Frank Ntilikina’s FIBA adventures so far… Frank Ntilikina is finally fulfilling his potential. Of course, it’s just in China at the FIBA World Cup with the French national team against the likes of Germany, Jordan and the Dominican Republic. But it’s a start, at least, as the Knicks’ 2017 lottery pick […]