New York Knicks
The history of the Knicks predates the National Basketball Association, but that hasn’t necessarily led to championships. For much of its existence, the Knicks have not been great, but the city has produced some epic players and memorable moments. The franchise peaked in the 1970s when it picked up two NBA titles, the first of which was the result of some heroics from Willis Reed: injured, he hobbled onto the court in Game 7 of the Finals and inspired his team to victory. Since then, the results have largely been disappointing, aside from a few Patrick Ewing-led teams in the 1990s, but things once again have potential.
On this day in NBA history, the New York Knicks won the rights to the number one pick in the 1985 Draft to pick Patrick Ewing, who would change the face of the franchise, but not their ability to win a championship
The world might be re-living 1990s NBA through the prism of Michael Jordan again in The Last Dance, for Nick Whitfield it only brings back memories of his favorite player John Starks
Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
We have already seen the first domino to fall ahead of the NBA trade deadline, but Tom Hall looks at some of the key players to watch this season
According to Matthew Wellington, Julius Randle has suffered with the New York Knicks, in large part due to organisational ineptitude. Could a trade help both parties?
The New York Knicks were supposed to land Kevin Durant and another superstar this offseason. They didn’t. So what next for the NBA’s highest valued team?
As the New York Knicks arrive in the UK ahead of the NBA London game against the Washington Wizards, let’s take a look at what they have achieved so far this season.
The NBA London office has responded to fan criticism regarding the ticketing situation for NBA London, featuring the Washington Wizards and New York Knicks. Here is their response.