- Damyean Dotson has developed into a fan-favorite of sorts among Knicks fans.
- While a young player on a reasonable contract sounds like someone you would want to stick around, perhaps trading him is the Knicks' best option.
Spencer reviews every jump shot Kevin Knox has attempted this season to take a deeper dive into his shooting form and see why his shooting numbers are not as good as they can be.
While his name and skillset might be new to Knicks fans, those who followed Allonzo Trier closely in college had an idea of the type of player he could become. Zach Milner, who scouted Trier for three years at the University of Arizona, shows us that what Trier is doing well in the pros is not very different from what he did well in college.
Zach DiLuzio is excited by what he sees in Mitchell Robinson's game.
David Early takes a deep dive into what we've seen from Kevin Knox so far.
Basketball metagame is the context of every single possession, how everything that has happened up to that point dictates how both teams react to a play, even if they've both seen it 10,000 times.
Zach DiLuzio examines the film from the Knicks win over Dallas to give us some insight into how Damyean Dotson and Mitchell Robinson are doing.
Michael DeStefano dives into the film of the Pacers' late run.
Zach DiLuzio takes us through some adjustments David Fizdale made in the Bucks game as examples of how the coach is able to read the game on the fly and make the most of his personnel.
@FrontOfficeEye explains how Frank Ntilikina used "pace" to spur his scoring run against Brooklyn.
Zach DiLuzio provides us with some film notes after rewatching the Knicks win over Atlanta.
@FrontOfficeEye worked with the Tulsa Shock in their front office helping with analytics, contracts, and scouting (with some help given to the coaching staff, when needed). Today he helps us breakdown Kevin Knox attacking the rim.