NBA Draft

The Knicks will select 9th and 36th in the upcoming draft. There has been some confusion about whether the Knicks select 36th or 37th in the second round, but they will select 36th.

The Knicks will interview Trae Young on Friday. Young’s father believes his son is made for New York; and he explains how Young’s game is different than Collin Sexton’s.

Scott Perry says the Knicks will be ready for anything on draft night (i.e. trades) by evaluating a broad range of prospects in preparation.

Perry also noted that the Knicks are looking to draft a player whose game fits how they want to play.

Steve Mills has a random connection to the 1985 lottery that won the Knicks the right to select Patrick Ewing.

James Woodruff breaks down why Mikal Bridges is the NBA-ready wing the Knicks need today.

Kristaps Porzingis

Kristaps Porzingis is working out with Real Madrid in Spain. He is expected to stay in Europe for most of the offseason.

David Fizdale will visit him when he returns to Latvia, so he can meet Porzingis’ family and tour his hometown.

Scott Perry was cautious in predicting Porzingis’ timetable to return next season.

On this Date in 1999

Allan Houston’s running jumper beat the Heat in Game 5.

Frank Ntilikina

The Knicks sent one of their trainers to France to work out with Frank Ntilikina. The young guard has gained some weight and will return shortly to the states to meet David Fizdale and prepare for Summer League.


Mike Breen discusses the NBA playoffs and the Knicks on The Michael Kay Show.

Jonathan Macri discusses the draft lottery, David Fizdale, and Kawhi Leonard on the Mic’d In New Haven podcast.

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