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After four Summer League games, Kevin Knox has achieved his first NBA milestone. The Knicks rookie was the only team member selected to the Summer League’s All NBA First Team. He averaged 21 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal in 32 minutes per game. Knox’s scoring average ranked fourth among all Summer League players…. Read More ›
The Knicks part ways with Troy Williams.
Coach Fizdale echoed the widespread consensus that Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson exceeded expectations in their Summer League debuts yesterday against the Hawks. Fizdale lauded Knox’s decision-making and Robinson’s mix of aggressiveness and patience in picking his offensive spots. A final note to keep in mind is Fizdale’s defense of Frank Ntilikina, whose performance was… Read More ›
Free agent and former Knicks forward Kyle O’Quinn has come to terms with a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the Indiana Pacers. O’Quinn’s free agency began two weeks ago when he declined a $4.2 million player option with New York. He joins a Pacers team that finished the season 48-34 and took the Eastern Conference… Read More ›
KP begins his post-surgery rehab.
The Knicks make a great move to start their offseason.
Kristaps Porzingis’s journey back to health is off to a good start. The Knicks star posted a photo on Instagram showing him walking with a protective brace around his surgically repaired left knee. Porzingis is barely a week removed from ACL surgery, but it’s good to see him locked in on the 9-12 month recovery time… Read More ›
Kyrie Irving makes a subtle pitch.
Stop the presses everyone — Joakim Noah is upset! The veteran center was sent home last week after a spat with coach Jeff Hornacek over playing time. The present word is that Noah has no interest in a buyout on the three years and $56 million remaining on his contract. Somewhere, Phil Jackson is smirking… Out… Read More ›