- Steve Mills sat down with Alan Hahn to discuss the latest on Kristaps Porzingis (he is sprinting!) and why they are taking a cautious approach in setting a timeline for his return.
- Mills also discussed the development of the Knicks' draft picks, David Fizdale, and more in this wide-ranging conversation.
- Windhorst thinks the Knicks are hoping for the "combo" of getting a high draft pick and a top free agent this summer.
- He adds that the spread of possibilities for the Knicks ranges from winning the lottery, trading the pick for Anthony Davis, AND signing Kevin Durant to finishing 9th in the lottery and ending up without any impact player.
- David Fizdale shares what life is like as the head coach of the New York Knicks, what type of music he listens to (hint: he tried listening to some Spanish rap with Kristaps Porzingis in Latvia) and what it was like growing up in LA.
Watch Larry Johnson and John Starks visit the iconic Katz’s Deli on the Lower East Side for a special Knicks themed sandwich.
Jonathan Macri, Terrence Ross (Terry) from the NYK Terry & Tray Show and Alex Wolfe of Posting and Toasting join Knicks Fan TV to give their quarter season report on the Knicks.
As part of Food Week, MSG Networks is showcasing Knick players in their favorite restaurants and trying new cooking adventures. In this episode, Chef Nirmal teaches Kevin Knox how to cook hibachi, and then Knox tests his skills on a few guests.
David Fizdale continues to invite Knicks legends to meet with his young team. Most recently, it was Bernard King. The New York City scoring legend paid particular attention to Kevin Knox.
Knicks Play-By-Play Announcer Mike Breen and 7-foot-1 Knicks PF Luke Kornet take to the course to talk hoops, golf and life.
Knicks greats John Starks and Rod Strickland join Stephen A. Smith to discuss New York's young players and outlook for the NBA season.
Watch the full episode of Connections featuring Enes Kanter and Ben Stiller via MSG Networks.
Knicks rookie Kevin Knox hits the streets of NYC to get to know his new home. For more on NYC beginnings, tune into the premiere of Ray Donovan this Sunday on Showtime.