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Scouting Report: Ricky Ledo

by Cameron Schott

Mar 19, 2015 1:14 PM

Ricky Ledo is a talented shooting guard with the size and athleticism to play in the NBA. He can create his own offense or dish some pretty assists, but needs to improve on impacting the game without the ball in his hands. Read more »

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Phil Jackson's New York Burden

by Christopher Reina

Jan 15, 2015 6:03 PM

The players inherited by Phil Jackson with the Knicks were awful and their location makes properly engaging in a full rebuild of a roster focused on the draft a near impossibility. Read more »

Tags: New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, NBA

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Scouting Report: Langston Galloway

by Cameron Schott

Jan 7, 2015 12:50 PM

After being around the organization for practically the entire offseason, Langston Galloway will have a good understanding of the system. If he can shoot it well enough and defend at a high level, Galloway could find a niche with the Knicks. Read more »

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2014-15 NBA Season Tiers Preview

by Daniel Leroux

The Spurs, Clippers and Cavaliers enter the season as Tier One teams, while the Bulls, Raptors, Thunder, Warriors, Rockets and several other Western Conference teams are in that second tier. Read more »
Leroux's 2014 NBA Offseason Review

by Daniel Leroux

The Cavs, 76ers, Spurs, Nuggets, Hornets and Suns were amongst teams to have a great offseason, while the Thunder, Magic, Kings, Lakers, Pacers and Knicks had bad ones. Read more »
Grading The Deal: Carmelo Decides To Stay With New York

by Daniel Leroux

The presence of Carmelo Anthony is unlikely to bring a star from the younger generation to the Knicks. Despite his status as a famous and talented player, a franchise in a massive market should have understood the gigantic advantages given to them in the current CBA and aimed higher to build a championship foundation. Read more »
Team-By-Team Analysis Of The 2014 NBA Draft

by Jonathan Tjarks

With the new CBA magnifying the importance of the draft and one of the most talented groups of prospects in recent years, what happened on Thursday night will have significant ramifications on the balance of power in the NBA for the next decade. Read more »
Leroux's 2014 NBA Draft Review

by Daniel Leroux

Breaking down which teams had Great, Good, Enh and Bad drafts with Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Joel Embiid going in the top-3. Read more »
10-Year NBA Win Rank Snapshot

by Christopher Reina

A 10-year season-by-season Win Rank snapshot for an NBA franchise creates an insightful visual narrative. Read more »
The Three-Team Race For Eighth

by Benjamin Cantor

The Knicks, Hawks and Cavaliers in an intriguing three-team race for the eighth seed. Here is how they have managed to remain in the hunt in difficult seasons. Read more »
RealGM Interview: Tim Hardaway Jr.

by Andrew Perna

Despite the disaster of their season, the Knicks can still carry two positives into the summer -- the addition of Phil Jackson to the front office and the play of Tim Hardaway, Jr. Read more »
2014 First Round Picks (Which Teams Own The Picks?)

by Daniel Leroux

While RealGM has an excellent database of the draft picks that have been traded between teams, we wanted to put together a summary more focused on the upcoming draft. Read more »
Moving Beyond The Hysteria Surrounding The Knicks

by Jonathan Tjarks

In the court of public perception, the Knicks have been the victim of the mob mentality and groupthink that so commonly afflicts Basketball Twitter. If Carmelo and J.R. move the ball and play defense, they have a chance against anyone, especially if they get healthy up front. Read more »
Building The Next Knicks' Core

by Daniel Leroux

Can the Knicks do better than a 30-33 year old Carmelo Anthony for their No. 1 or No. 2 player for the next four years and beyond? If yes, then trading him ahead of the 2014 deadline would be the quickest way to become elite. Read more »
Why The Knicks Are In Crisis

by Jonathan Tjarks

The NBA is like the NFL -- people focus too much on the guy with the ball in his hands. As the Knicks are finding out, the irreplaceable guy was the seven-footer anchoring the defense and finishing on the pick-and-roll. Read more »
Top-60 Players In NBA Today (Considering Everything)

by Daniel Leroux

The goal here is look at overall long-term value of players by considering age, contract, positional scarcity and of course overall quality, without factors like a player’s connection with a franchise or fit within a specific system. Read more »
2013-14 NBA Season Preview

by Daniel Leroux

While the Western Conference has six teams (Clippers, Thunder, Rockets, Grizzlies, Warriors) in its first tier, the Eastern Conference is a tier of one (Heat) with the Bulls, Pacers and Nets vying for the second tier. Read more »
The Bargain Bin's Best

by Jonathan Tjarks

The days of the $6 million per year role player may be all but over. Mo Williams, Mike Miller, Beno Udrih and Wayne Ellington are at the forefront of the new market inefficiency in the NBA -- veteran role players from the free agency bargain bin. Read more »
The Preciousness Of Health

by Jonathan Tjarks

Health is why every deep playoff run is precious; it can be taken away at any time. To figure out which teams will reach The Finals, one question stands out above all the rest: who will keep their stars healthy? Read more »
The NBA's Mediocrity Treadmill Since 84-85

by Matthew Gordon

The treadmill is somehow both more and less common than some might think. While teams tend to fall within the 30-49 win range, as would be expected in such a competitive league, the dreaded never-ending stream of late lottery picks is uncommon. Read more »