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Not surprising, but the confirmation should nonetheless make the rotation a tad less cluttered, for a little bit at least.
Chris Iseman of NorthJersey.com gives his usual measured, thoughtful take. He recaps Knicks media day and pointed to some highlights from today’s presser, including Scott Perry addressing the myth that the Knicks signed a bunch of power forwards who overlap with one another
Marc perked up a bit. Perhaps it’s because he finally heard from the Knicks’ brass (although I suspect it was actually because Dennis Smith Jr. complimented him on his new suit)
All the soundbites from today’s media access with Scott, Steve, Fiz and the players.
Jonathan Macri and Jeremy Cohen join Shwinny and Drew on the Posting & Toasting Show for Part II of their look forward to 2020 Restricted Free Agency.
If I didn’t know any better, I’d say Marc Berman isn’t happy the Knicks brass hasn’t spoken up in three months. Just a guess.
The Knicks' defense last year was a mess, most notably on the perimeter – 25th in NBA. My biggest issue there was how poor their corner 3 D was.
This video looks into the Knicks' corner 3 D stats. If they improve those locations, their defense could improve a decent amount. pic.twitter.com/ztsVopRIhi
— Spencer (@SKPearlman) September 29, 2019
Spencer Pearlman took some time to break down the Knicks corner-3 defense last year, and why it’s one of the most important things they need to improve in the year ahead.
In the video, he mentions how Mitchell Robinson’s presence should allow defenders to stay home on shooters more easily this season. Sure enough, according to Cleaning the Glass, Knick opponents were 2.9 percent less accurate from the corners when Mitch was in the game last year.
The guys from KFTV interview the one and only Alan Hahn about the upcoming season.
Marc Berman got up on the cranky side of the bed this morning.
September 25th 2017: The New York Knicks finally trade Carmelo Anthony
After many months of speculation, the New York Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony less than 48 hours before the start of training camp. This departure was a long time coming. Discussions marinated early in the 2016-17 season as Phil Jackson publicly sought to move Melo. After the Knicks fired Phil, there was a near agreement to send Melo to the Houston Rockets in a trade centered around Ryan Anderson. However, new GM Scott Perry urged the Knicks to back off on the trade. Continue reading →