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Latrell Sprewell ready whenever called to guide New York’s youngsters

Having spent five meaningful seasons as part of the New York Knicks, retired four-time All-Star Latrell Sprewell remains to be a prominent name in the history of the organization.


New York Knicks: 3 players most likely to be traded

With the trade deadline slowly approaching, the New York Knicks could end up trading some of their guys sooner rather than later. Here we are, 3 full months into the 2018-19 season and the New York Knicks are exactly where we expected them to be. Currently, with a record of 10-34, they are pacing th


Video: Thunder’s Russell Westbrook clowns Knicks’ Frank Ntilikina with brilliant pump-fake, trolling ensues

Russell Westbrook had himself field day playing against the hapless New York Knicks, even having the pleasure of schooling fellow point guard Frank Ntilikina with a brilliant pump-fake near the lane.


George, Westbrook lead Thunder over slumping Knicks 127-109

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 21: Paul George #13 of the Oklahoma City Thunder shoots the ball against the New York Knicks on January 21, 2019 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)


Thunder vs Knicks, final score: Big 1st quarter leads to easy win for OKC, 127-109

The Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the New York Knicks on Martin Luther King Day, 127-109. In a game where OKC was never seriously threatened about 2⁄3 of the way through the 1st quarter, the Thunder used stout defense early and, combined with timely shooting by Paul George and a bevy of role player


Knicks center Luke Kornet will get MRI for sprained ankle

New York Knicks big man Luke Kornet sprained his ankle during his team’s loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday afternoon, exiting the game after just seven minutes. Kornet had an X-ray, but results were inconclusive. He will go for an MRI on Tuesday, according to Steve Popper of Newsday.


Knicks coach David Fizdale says current plan for Frank Ntilikina is to have him back up Emmanuel Mudiay

New York Knicks head coach David Fizdale has recently shed some light on the current logjam in the team’s backcourt. According to the 44-year-old coach, he intends to continue starting five-year man Emmanuel Mudiay, with sophomore stud Frank Ntilikina serving as his primary backup.


Knicks’ Enes Kanter says it will ‘definitely be a blessing’ to be able to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

With his own political battles in full swing, Martin Luther King Jr. Day holds a lot of meaning for New York Knicks big man Enes Kanter. The embattled 26-year-old, who himself has had a highly publicized spat with his (former) home country of Turkey due to political reasons, recently shared why it m


David Fizdale tells Knicks center Enes Kanter his priority is to develop Luke Kornet, Mitchell Robinson

New York Knicks head coach David Fizdale had a clear-the-air conversation with his center Enes Kanter after the team returned from London, hoping to explain his thought process amid the changes in the rotation.


Enes Kanter Will Apparently Stay Out Of The Knicks Rotation With The Trade Deadline Looming

Enes Kanter has been absent for the last three games, as the veteran center battled illness and then remained home as the New York Knicks traveled to London to face the Washington Wizards. Kanter stayed home because he thought he was at risk of harm from the Turkish government, which he has spared w


Report: Suns, Magic interested in Knicks’ Frank Ntilikina

The Phoenix Suns and Orlando Magic have expressed interest in New York Knicks second-year guard Frank Ntilikina, according to Stefan Bondy of The New York Daily News. Bondy says there seems to be a split within the Knicks organization regarding Ntilikina. Some feel that they should try and trade him


Why The New York Knicks Should Draft Ja Morant if Zion s Not an Option

What’s that sound you hear, New York Knicks fans? Just the tank rolling on, now in full swing as we approach the All-Star break in another lost season. But even as the team draws closer and closer to what will likely be their second-worst win total in franchise history, there is hope. Much of that c


New York Knicks Trade Deadline Primer

With the NBA’s February 7th trade deadline less than three weeks away, many teams around the league are looking to trade for starting-caliber players, or reserves to round out their roster, as they endeavor to make a push toward the playoffs. The Knicks, on the other hand, are not focused on the upc


Knicks' Enes Kanter will be 3rd-string center Monday

New York Knicks center Enes Kanter is expected to be the third-string center on Monday against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Luke Kornet and Mitchell Robinson will get the bulk of the minutes at center, coach David Fizdale said.


RUMOR: Knicks haven’t inquired about Mavs’ Dennis Smith Jr.

When the New York Knicks selected Frank Ntilikina over Dennis Smith Jr. with the eighth overall pick of the 2017 NBA Draft, many felt that the Knicks had made a mistake. There were even some within the Knicks organization who felt that Smith was the better talent.


Enes Kanter reacts to Russell Westbrook’s comment on his trouble with Turkish government

In a recent interview, Oklahoma City Thunder superstar point guard Russell Westbrook came to the defense of his former teammate and current New York Knicks outcast Enes Kanter.


Knicks’ Scott Perry approached Hawks to gauge whether team was interested in Frank Ntilikina

New York Knicks general manager Scott Perry recently approached the Atlanta Hawks to gauge whether the team was interested in acquiring Knicks point guard Frank Ntilikina, according to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News.


Watch: Wizards Beat Knicks on Goaltending Call

On Thursday, the Knicks lost to the Wizards in the most Knicks way possible — on a goaltending call. The teams were playing in London at The O2 when the game went down to the final seconds. New York was ahead 100–99, but Washington had possession. The Wizards inbounded the ball with three seconds to


Knicks’ Enes Kanter says nasty flu kept him sidelined, not huge burger meal

The New York Knicks have no intention of winning games these days, but that doesn’t mean the Big Apple has begun to fade out of the spotlight. Most recently, the Knicks created a multitude of headlines due to the absence of veteran center Enes Kanter. As is tradition in New York, these headlines did


WATCH: Paul George scores 13 first quarter points vs. Knicks

Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star forward Paul George got off to a hot start against the New York Knicks on Monday afternoon. George dropped 13 points in the first frame alone and helped propel the Thunder to a large lead early on.