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Phil Jackson And The Loss Of His Holistic Touch

by John Wilmes

Nov 18, 2016 12:58 PM

Phil Jackson, a previously untouchable uncle of the game, is an early casualty in the NBA's version of the cultural sea change challenging everything right now. Read more »

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Five Question Season Preview: Atlantic Division

by Brett Koremenos

Oct 24, 2016 1:05 PM

On Al Horford's impact on an already good Boston defense, how the Knicks can move away from the Triangle, whether the Nets should keep Brook Lopez, how Toronto will replace Bismack Biyombo and Brett Brown's Spurs-style offense with Philadelphia. Read more »

Tags: Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, Philadelphia Sixers, Toronto Raptors, Brooklyn Nets, NBA

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Revisiting The Top-5 Of The 2015 NBA Draft

by Rafael Uehara

Sep 13, 2016 8:25 PM

A lot has changed for Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell, Jahlil Okafor, Kristaps Porzingis and Mario Hezonja since they were drafted just over a year ago. Read more »

Tags: Los Angeles Lakers, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia Sixers, NBA

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Thirty Futures: New York Knicks

by Colin McGowan

What else were the Knicks going to do? Don't answer that with the part of your brain that understands roster construction and cap strategy; use the part that knows what the Knicks are and what they seem bound by some cosmic law to always be. Read more »
2016 NBA Offseason Review: Atlantic Division

by Keith P Smith

On the Raptors and Celtics trying to take the next step as playoff contenders, the Knicks working on building around Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis, while the 76ers and Nets look long-term. Read more »
Projecting Year 2 Of Kristaps Porzingis

by Zachary DiLuzio

On a team loaded with veterans, Kristaps Porzingis is by far the biggest X-factor when attempting to project the success of the new-look Knicks. What can Porzingis improve upon in order to begin grasping his potential as a game-changing two way player? Read more »
Solving The Knicks' Offense With Carmelo Anthony As Stretch-Four

by Michael Pina

For the second summer in a row, the Knicks were content fictionalizing a facade of ambition. At least their roster is more talented, athletic and versatile than before. They also have Jeff Hornacek, and should be able to use Carmelo Anthony as a stretch four once again. Read more »
Grading The Deal: Courtney Lee Signs $50M Deal With Knicks

by Christopher Reina

Courtney Lee has always seemed like an ideal complementary shooting guard with his stable all-around game, yet he's been traded five times in his career and has never last more than two seasons with any single team. Read more »
Grading The Deal: Joakim Noah Signs $72M Contract With Knicks

by Christopher Reina

Unless Joakim Noah becomes his 2014 self again in 2016, the Knicks had a better center on a better contract in Robin Lopez. The problem with this way of team building the Knicks have found themselves pursuing an uncountable number of times is that it is unsustainable even if it breaks perfectly right. Read more »
Leroux's 2016 NBA Draft Review

by Danny Leroux

Headlined by the great drafts from the 76ers and Nuggets, we go team-by-team to breakdown how every GM did based on the opportunities available to them. Read more »
Grading The Deal: Knicks Trade For Derrick Rose

by Christopher Reina

The Knicks wanted to improve their backcourt and have done so in name only by acquiring Derrick Rose while further limiting their ability to build a sustainable supporting cast around Kristaps Porzingis. Read more »
2016 Offseason Preview: New York Knicks

by Keith P Smith

Overshadowing all other parts of the offseason is whether Carmelo Anthony remains with New York, especially since the presence of Kristaps Porzingis puts them better positioned to move on than ever. Read more »
Phil Jackson And The Next Knicks' Coach

by Colin McGowan

Phil Jackson will need clear-eyed pragmatism to fix the Knicks and that means finding a collaborator the way Pat Riley did with Erik Spoelstra and then empower him. Read more »
The Maximum Available 2016 Cap Space For All 30 NBA Teams, Version 2.0

by Keith P Smith

Several teams will start the summer assured of having cap space. They'll be joined by several more as roster decisions are made leading up to the summer with more max contract slots available than ever before. Read more »
Eastern Conference: Buyers & Sellers

by Keith P Smith

With the trade deadline quickly approaching, we look at which teams in the Eastern Conference will be buying or selling, or could even do either. Read more »
2015 Year-End NBA Team Portfolio Rankings

by Christopher Reina

The only considerations are talent, age, cap flexibility and future draft picks with the goal being to eventually compete for and win the NBA Finals. Read more »
Mike D'Antoni And The Delay Double Quick's Prominence In Today's NBA

by Brett Koremenos

The real testament to Mike D'Antoni's influence can be seen in how teams around the league implement not just his overarching style, but his actual plays. Read more »
Towns, Porzingis And Basketball's Next Evolution

by Jonathan Tjarks

Karl-Anthony Towns and Kristaps Porzingis are both seven-foot-plus, who can play inside and out on both sides of the ball, both are long and athletic enough to play above the rim and guard on the perimeter and they are both capable of shooting 3's, putting the ball on the floor and making plays for others. Read more »
The Kristaps Porzingis Comparison Project

by Danny Leroux

If Kristaps Porzingis can expand his game while maintaining his uncommon ability to hit threes and crash the offensive glass, the new golden boy of New York could chart his own path to success in the NBA. Read more »
NBA Season Preview: New York Knicks

by Brett Koremenos

With all their offseason additions and the return to health of Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks have enough talent on the roster to contend for a playoff spot, particularly in the NBA's weaker conference. Read more »