Mike DeStefano

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The Knicks’ Future at (Backup) Point Guard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cg88_xKtw2k&t=236s Mario Hezonja has started the last three games at point guard. Two were double-digit losses to playoff teams, and one was a feel-good win on the heels of having clinched the league's best ping-pong odds. The season...

Future Focus, Part IV: Optimism for Everyone Else

With only 14 games left, we can enjoy (or tolerate) this final stretch focused on what was supposed to be our top priority all year long: YOUTH. The 61 days between now and May 14th will feel like...

Future Focus, Part III: Dennis Smith, Jr.

It's been a long season. Over these last 18 games, let's just try to enjoy ourselves by focusing on what was supposed to be our top priority all year anyway: YOUTH. The two months between now and May...

Future Focus, Part II: Mitchell Robinson

The trade deadline has come and gone, and the Knicks were MAJOR players. Now that the dust has settled – vets gone, cap space created, draft picks added – we can spend these last few months focused...

Focusing on the Youth, Part 1: Frank Ntilikina

The trade deadline has come and gone, and the Knicks were MAJOR players. Now that the dust has settled - vets gone, cap space created, draft picks added - we can spend these last few months focused...

KFS Teacher’s Lounge: What Should the Knicks do with Enes Kanter?

  • Enes Kanter has been unhappy with his new role coming off the bench.
  • Meanwhile, rumors are circulating that the team is looking to trade him.
  • Join us in the KFS Teacher's Lounge to hear what some of our KFS professors think the team should do with Kanter.