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Allonzo Trier, Knox, Mudiay, Robinson, and THJ starting tonight for the Knicks in New Orleans

One thing David Fizdale said today I thought was interesting: By 25 games in, he ideally would like to settle on a starting lineup and roll with it so guys know their roles and get into a rhythm. Still left open the possibility of tweaking it. #Knicks

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THE KNICKS FIX

The latest analysis from Alan Hahn of MSG Networks

ENES KANTER

What can the Knicks do with Enes Kanter?

Is Enes Kanter Tradable?

Jonathan Macri examines if it’s possible to trade the big man with an even bigger expiring contract.

MITCHELL ROBINSON

Mitchell Robinson returns to the New Orleans area where he played high school ball

TODAY'S ASSIGNMENTS

Knicks Film School Syllabus

Unfiltered Knicks: Kevin Knox Cooks Hibachi

As part of Food Week, MSG Networks is showcasing Knick players in their favorite restaurants and trying new cooking adventures. In this episode, Chef Nirmal teaches Kevin Knox how to cook hibachi, and then Knox tests his skills on a few guests.

2019 NBA DRAFT

Analyzing the 2019 draft prospects

LOTTERY WATCH

Check out the Knicks latest lottery odds!

ON THIS DATE

A look back at Knicks history

KNICKS STATS

It’s only a few games, but we are seeing some positive trends

INJURIES

What’s the latest injury news?

SUMMARY

  • Courtney Lee (neck – out indefinitely): Lee injured his neck during Training Camp on a hard foul by Ron Baker. He re-injured it in practice right before the season started. The setback has kept him out of the lineup. He is progressing well and will begin running on the court this week (as of Nov 13).
  • Lance Thomas (left knee – out at least 4 weeks): Thomas had surgery on his left knee that will keep him out until at least mid-December (as of Nov. 9).
  • Kristaps Porzingis (ACL – out several months): No new medical update on Porzingis. Fizdale recently told reporters there is no new update on his recovery (Nov. 6).
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PODCASTS

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Knicks Film School Podcast

James Marceda shares some exciting news about a new venture he is taking on, but unfortunately, it means he will be leaving as host of Locked on Knicks. He will be hosting through early December, so don’t miss an episode before he leaves!

TKW PODCAST: KEVIN KNOX IS A STARTER, KEVIN DURANT SMOKE SIGNALS & THE ROAD TO ZION

FILM SCHOOL 101

Learn about the Knicks

Knicks Film School: Frank Ntilikina locks up Trae Young

Frank Ntilikina held Trae Young scoreless into the third quarter of their match-up that the Knicks won 112-107. And it wasn’t from contesting a lot of shots. It was from Frank playing like an All-Pro cornerback, draped all over his man, giving no space or opportunity to make a play happen.