Knicks fans started a Raymond Felton chant and the OKC bench joined in😂
Frank had a GREAT game and Trier dished out a career high 8 assists! #trustthelatvian
After the Knicks 127-109 loss to OKC, Enes Kanter expresses his frustration with the lack of playing time. Looks like a trade or buyout could be looming.
Carmelo Anthony has been traded to the Chicago Bulls !
Zo with an alley pop to Robinson.
Enes Kanter speaks to the media after today’s loss to OKC.
“If you've got enough guns you're going to need somebody to move that ball or those guns are going to go after each other's throats. That's just the balance that you have to find in your team and your roster as you build it. We're thinking big picture. Who's a winner? Who's going to be a guy that can help us win next year and into the future? That's how we're looking at Frank."
Zo had a pretty good game despite the loss
Knicks fall to Thunder 127-109. Frank played some great defense on Westbrook and Trier set his career high in assists. Thunder shot 51.7% from 3. There was a Raymond Felton chant but he never checked in.
Hardaway Jr.- 23p, 3a
Trier- 16p, 8a, 6r, 2s
Frank- 9p, 5a
Robinson- 8p, 6r, 2b in 15 minutes
The Knicks are now 10-35 through the first 45 games of the season, which is the second worst record they’ve ever had through that many games.
The first worst (8-37) led up to New York drafting that 7’3” Latvian Unicorn guy.
Noah Vonleh is me when the crowd starting chanting for Ray Fel 😳
Knicks fall to 10-35 on the season with a 109-127 loss to OKC.
Hardaway: 23 points, 7/14 FG
Trier: 16 points, 8 assists, 6 rebounds
Mudiay: 14 points, 6/11 FG
Kanter: 11 points
Vonleh: 10 points, 5 rebounds
Frank: 9 points, 5 assists
Robinson: 8 points, 6 rebounds, 2 blocks
Knox: 8 points, 4 rebounds
A Raymond Felton chant broke out at MSG.
“I heard the critics. Now I’m focused on me.”
“Sometimes at the beginning, when I was a rookie, sometimes it was tough. I would think about the number [I was drafted at], little stuff like, ‘I’m the eighth pick, this other guy I’m playing is the whatever pick. On the court, I was not bringing it. Now I don’t think about it because it’s the second season and either you’re eighth pick or not, it’s not your number that’s going to decide where you are at the end of your career.”
“At the end of the day, it’s just a number. Of course it’s really an honor to be the eighth pick of the NBA draft, to be a Knick. But in the end, I don’t bring my draft number on the court. I bring my game. You saw the undrafted rookies that did good. Sixtieth pick in the league that did well. And the first picks that did less good. So you don’t bring your number on the court, you just bring your game. So I know it’s going to take a while to get to my ceiling, to my full potential.”
“I felt comfortable moving him to different positions because he’s a guy who can handle it. And he can adapt to those positions and play that position. And he can defend those positions which is the most important ingredient of them all.”
“I’m still going to let him tell me what kind of player he is as we continue to move forward. I’m going to keep trying to put him in a position to be successful. I think right now I’ll keep him at backup point guard because it balances it out with him and Allonzo. Zo is a natural scorer, he wants to score, and Frank is a natural distributor. So I want to see how that looks over the next few weeks.”
“If you’ve got enough guns you’re going to need somebody to move that ball or those guns are going to go after eachother’s throats. That’s just the balance that you have to find in your team and your roster as you build it. That’s what I see in Frank right now. We’re thinking big picture. Who’s a winner? Who’s going to be a guy that can help us win next year and into the future? That’s how we’re looking at Frank.”
Frank with the clamps on Paul George. 👀
Trier throws it up to Mitchell Lobinson!
Let’s start a Knicks game chat.
Leave your thoughts and reactions to everything that happens during the game.
Mudiay gets the PG nod for the rest of the season. What's your take on this?
Fiz going with the young bigs.
Always looked forward to the MLK Matinee.
🏀 Gametime 12:30.
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By the word of Fiz, it seems that 26 year old Enes Kanter is now the Knicks’ third-string Center. Says that he will “let the game tell him” whether to play Kanter or not.
The Thunder (27-18) visit The Garden to take on the Knicks (10-34). Tip-off: 12:30PM (EST.) Watch on MSG or NBA TV.
David Fizdale says that he plans to keep Frank Ntilikina as the backup PG behind Emmanuel Mudiay for the second half of the season.
Gameday! Knicks take on the Thunder at 12:30 at MSG. Fizdale is prioritizing Kornet and Robinson’s playing time over Kanter’s, but said he’ll “let the game tell him” if Kanter will play. #BelieveTheProcedure
🗓: OKC (27-18) @ NYK (10-34)
⏰: 12:30 PM EST
📺: MSG Networks, NBA TV
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Fizdale spoke about how important it is for the team (specifically pending free agents) to be selfless. He says that although he doesn’t see a lot of selfishness in this squad, it’s more important to play for the team rather than yourself. Great message to send to the team. #BelieveTheProcedure
Team: New York Knicks
State: New York
Stadium: Madison Square Garden
Key Player: Tim Hardaway Jr.
One To Watch: Emmanuel Mudiay
Head Coach: David Fizdale
The Knicks currently lie 13th in the Eastern conference, and to be quite honest, it's not surprising. Their best player has been out injured the entire season. Yes, I'm talking about a living and breathing unicorn, Kristaps Porzingis. After a terrible injury put him on the sidelines, his team have been struggling without him. Besides Porzingis, there is no other real star on the team, the closest they have is Enes Kanter, but he doesn't count at all. He's a good player, not quite a star. Tim Hardaway Jr. Has been playing very well for them in the absence of Kristaps averaging a solid 20ppg, leading the steals charts and also 3rd in assists. He's been a mainstay in that starting 5 and for good reason. One player that has surprised many is Emmanuel Mudiay. Not many expected him to come up big in the ways that he has this season and its really been beneficial for the Knicks. There is speculation however that despite his good performances, he's still on the trade block and could be moved at any time. I also feel some honourable mentions need to go to the rookies Kevin Knox and Allonzo Trier. Both having very solid rookie seasons, Knox is even one of the new faces of the revamped Puma brand basketball shoes. The Knicks just came back from an agonising loss to the Wizards at the NBA game right here in the UK. It was a great game that many went out to see and it was great for basketball here in the UK. I'm already looking forward to the next matchup. Anyway, Fizdale I would say Fizdale could try and get another star to help his team out, but there is talk that Kyrie could end up at the Knicks in the near future, so he wouldn't want to mess up that possibility. -----------------------------------------------------------------------
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After reports of a trade centered around Frank Ntilikina and Dennis Smith Jr. It has been reported that the Knicks now have NO interest in trading for DSJ. Thoughts?🤔