KFS Analysis

The Curious Case of Emmanuel Mudiay

Jonathan Macri discusses whether we should be excited about Emmanuel Mudiay's recent play.

Don’t let the early season results sour you to Kevin Knox

Tiffany Salmon pumps the brakes over any concerns of Kevin Knox's slow start.

Leading by example: Why Courtney Lee has an important role to fill before being...

Michael DeStafano kicks off a four part series on the main components of "tanking" which is the word often used to describe the process of developing young players at the cost of winning.

Is Enes Kanter Tradable?

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

For Frank Ntilikina, could less be more?

Jonathan Macri reminds us not to panic over Frank Ntilikina's playing time.

Who should the Knicks call about a potential Courtney Lee trade?

As Courtney Lee finally returns to the lineup, Dave Early lists out possible trade destinations that would help the Knicks 2019 salary cap outlook.

Development of individual talent: Grading the Knicks progress so far

Mike DeStefano continues his four-part series evaluating the development of the Knicks. In this part, he puts his grading hand to individual player development.

The New York Knick Starting Lineup Safety Rankings, Part 1

Jonathan Macri looks at how likely it is each player on the roster starts meaningful games this season.

A Small Favor at the Knicks Halfway Mark

  • Watching the Knicks through the first half of this season has been like watching a bad movie, hoping it turns out great.
  • What do the Knicks need to do to make our time worthwhile during the second half?

The Godfather of Knicks Trades

As an Italian kid who grew up in Staten Island, I have a particular affinity for The Godfatherand, obviously, The Godfather Part 2, which...

The New York Knicks Starting Lineup Safety Rankings, Part 2

Jonathan Macri with Part 2 of his Starting Lineup Safety Rankings

Grading the Knicks’ ability to establish a new identity in trying to change their...

Mike DeStefano continues his four-part series on the main components that can help us evaluate how the Knicks are progressing in a...

Knicks Film School Presents…The Strange Case of Dr. Wario and Mr. Hezonja

Super Mario vs Wario: Which Mario have we seen so far with the Knicks?

Noah Vonleh: The Perfect Backup Plan or a Genuine Trade Asset?

  • Noah Vonleh has turned a non-guaranteed contract into a guaranteed future in the NBA.
  • Jonathan Macri considers whether Vonleh has earned himself a future back-up role with the Knicks, or whether he has become a useful trade piece.

Tim Hardaway Jr. is scorching hot, but so is whoever he is guarding

After Tim Hardaway Jr.'s scorching offensive night against Indiana, David Early does what any film school site would do, and breaks down his defense.

A New Voice For Knicks Fans

My journey to Knicks Film School.

The final grade in evaluating the Knicks rebuild so far

  • Mike DeStefano wraps up his four-part series on the main components that can help us evaluate how the Knicks are progressing in a season that won’t be evaluated in wins and losses.

The Enes Kanter Conundrum

What happens when Enes Kanter and Tim Hardaway Jr. share the floor together?

The Knicks 3-game winning streak FAQ

The Knicks have won three in a row against quality opponents. Jonathan Macri walks you through what this all means.

A Dream Come True

The site I always dreamed of building

Why it’s time to move on from Enes Kanter, like right now

  • Jonathan Macri is not one for hot takes, but after dwelling and dwelling and dwelling, he has reached the point where he can't hold back his feelings on Enes Kanter.
  • Macri discusses why it's time for the Knicks to move on from the center acquired in the Carmelo Anthony trade.

Knicks Numbers, Part 1

The Knicks are second to last in the league in assists. Should we be concerned?

Should the Knicks consider trading for Markelle Fultz?

The contributors of Knicks Film School give their opinions on Fultz.

Finally, Finality on Joakim Noah

While the Knicks are forced to pay Joakim Noah into the future, at least we can finally move on from this signing.

Kevin Knox is thriving with Allonzo Trier’s touches

  • Kevin Knox became the first Knick rookie to post eight straight 15+ point games since Patrick Ewing in 1985.
  • What happened to suddenly jumpstart his scoring?
  • Look no further than the players who are having their minutes and touches replaced.