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Knicks should develop Robinson into Capela

A lot has been written about the New York Knicks draft pick, Kevin Knox but their real steal in the draft might have come in the selection of Mitchell Robinson in the second round. 781 more words

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Kemba Walker Shot Down Knicks Rumors And Plans To Be A Hornet For A 'Long Time'

Kemba Walker doesn’t sound like he’s heading to New York anytime soon. It wasn’t an easy season for Walker and the Charlotte Hornets, but the way Walker is addressing his future, it seems unlikely he’s planning on going anywhere. 355 more words


Knicks Draft Picks Give Fans Hope During Summer League Play

It is easy to overreact to NBA Summer League results, but you can’t help but be excited about the play of 2018 draft picks Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson if you are a Knicks fan. 353 more words


A School Of Hard Knox

Have you ever noticed how quick the wider NBA community are to extinguish any form of excitement displayed by the New York Knicks faithful? I am going to let you in on a little secret, it isn’t exactly glamorous supporting an organisation that has been allergic to success for the better half of 20 years. 1,061 more words


Knicks 2018 Summer League Recap

The Las Vegas 2018 Summer League ended for the Knicks on Friday the 13th with a win against the Pelicans 102-83. Even though they only went 2-3 in the league, I think it’s safe to say this year was a big success for us as we saw the booming potentials of both Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson. 1,799 more words


Three Players Who Showed out During NBA Summer League

Travis Baker | July 13th, 2018

NBA Summer League is not only a proving ground for potential prospects looking to make a roster, but it is also the first step for many young rookies to becoming acclimated to the pace and physicality of the league. 578 more words


Mitchell Robinson shines as Knicks continue searching for identity

For years, the Knicks have struggled defensively, making fans desperate for the intense days of when Charles Oakley and Anthony Mason wouldn’t let guys off the floor until they secured possession of a loose ball. 402 more words