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2019 Schedule
17-65, 5th in Atlantic

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

At his meet-and-greet event at the NBA Store today, Mitchell Robinson said he'll be playing a few games in Summer League this July. There was a healthy line of fans at the store to meet the Knicks rookie.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks ranked 10th in team merchandise sales at the league's website this year, per the NBA. Not surprisingly, the Knicks did not have a player who ranked in the top 15 in individual jersey sales.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets veteran Jared Dudley was asked what advantages the Nets would have over the Knicks in free agency (4/4): "And it depends on—some people want to take on that Garden. Some players want this. The advantages depend on the player. And I would say that they have, right now, Brooklyn has put [itself] in fighting position to be able to land somebody."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets veteran Jared Dudley was asked what advantages the Nets would have over the Knicks in free agency (3/4): "So I would say as much media as we have here, I'm pretty sure over there with the Knicks there's a little more media to deal with, a little more scrutiny. There's less scrutiny here, and that's just how it is. How it is when I was with the Clippers, that's just the way it is. Practice facility. If you want to be here in Brooklyn, if some players want to live in the city and you can drive 10-15 minutes to practice, or do you want to go all the way to Westchester and take an hour and have a driver? You know what I mean? There's a lot of different stuff, man."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets veteran Jared Dudley was asked what advantages the Nets would have over the Knicks in free agency (2/4): "Out of 10 pages, they got seven pages (of coverage in a newspaper). That's just how it is. And nothing is going to change there. I don't care, Dolan could burn down Manhattan and they're going to talk about the Knicks, let's be honest. Let's be honest. And so for us, the advantages they have here is, for one, the foundation and the culture we have. And not just in New York and in the NBA, one of the best young cores here. They have draft picks, they have cap space. And I know the Knicks do have cap space and they have a pretty good couple, one or two guys."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets veteran Jared Dudley was asked what advantages the Nets would have over the Knicks in free agency (1/4): "It's advantages and disadvantages. The advantages the Knicks have is the history. There's a lore that they have about playing in the Garden, you know, having that Knicks jersey, even though they might not have been good for the last, you know, 15, 20 years and stuff like that. But it's the Knicks. It's like the Lakers. When I played for the Clippers and we were the 3 seed, they were talking about the Lakers."


Steve Mills & Scott Perry join TMKS

Knicks President Steve Mills & GM Scott Perry joined the Michael Kay Show on 98.7 ESPN to discuss the state of the Knicks franchise and the expectations that lie ahead.

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MacLeod, Suns' all-time wins leader, dies at 81

John MacLeod, the winningest coach in Suns history, died Sunday, the team announced. MacLeod, 81, also coached the Mavericks and Knicks. In the college ranks, he was the head coach at both Oklahoma and Notre Dame.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks announce that Patrick Ewing will represent the franchise at the NBA Lottery. ‪"Patrick is a huge part of our team's history and we're thrilled to have number 33 represent the franchise at this year's draft lottery," Knicks president Steve Mills said. "Patrick's connection to the lottery is well documented, and we're proud to have one of the all-time Knicks greats sit on the dais on behalf of the team, the city and the fans."‬ Ewing, a Hall of Fame center, was drafted by the Knicks with the number one pick in 1985 after the team won the NBA's first-ever draft lottery that year.

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Ewing to serve as Knicks' rep at draft lottery

The Knicks hope Patrick Ewing will bring the franchise some good luck when he represents the team at the draft lottery on May 14.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

David Fizdale's message to Knicks fans at the end of his Michael Kay Show interview: "Get ready Knicks fans, we're getting better. It's going to be a whole better season next year."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

When asked about it, Knicks coach David Fizdale acknowledged in an interview with The Michael Kay Show that he was ‘really surprised' when Kristaps Porzingis informed the franchise he wanted to leave in late January.

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The 10 Vegas over/unders that defined the NBA season

The Bucks flew past their projected win total, while LeBron and the Lakers failed to meet expectations. Here are the 10 over/under results furthest from Vegas' preseason expectations.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Per @Hoyas247, Patrick Ewing was asked about how often he gets asked about Zion Williamson or Kevin Durant coming to the Knicks. Ewing, a former Knicks great and the Georgetown coach, says "all the time" and adds, "There's a secret that's going to come out in a couple of weeks, but I'm not going to say it yet...They'll see when it happens." If the secret is Ewing representing the Knicks at the Lottery, it's hard to think of many others who would be better suited to represents the Knicks on the Lottery dais than the Hall of Famer.


Pistons earn final playoff spot in East with win over Knicks

Luke Kennard scored 27 points, Reggie Jackson had 21 and Andre Drummond added 20 points and 18 rebounds as the Detroit Pistons locked up the Eastern Conference's final playoff spot with a 115-89 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Unless they surrender a 35-point lead in the final 9 minutes, the Pistons will secure the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference and will face the Milwaukee Bucks in the playoffs. Charlotte will finish ninth in the conference.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Some ‘We want Zion' chants early in the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden as the Knicks trail the Pistons by 33. Barring a miraculous comeback, NYK will finish the year at 17-65, tied for the worst record in franchise history. They will pick no lower than 5th in the draft.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Detroit is holding New York to 39 percent shooting in the first half - including 3-for-13 from beyond the arc - and leads by 24. Barring a major collapse in the second half, the Pistons will secure a playoff berth and eliminate Charlotte from the playoffs.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

With Blake Griffin out, Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson have carried the Pistons. They've combined for 24 points on 10-for-15 shooting to help Detroit build a 19-point lead midway through the second quarter. A Detroit win cliches a playoff berth and keeps Charlotte out of the postseason.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

There's a long way to go here in New York, but Detroit looks sharp early. They're up by 15 points just eight minutes into the game. A Detroit win clinches a playoff berth and keeps Charlotte out of the playoffs.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

With Blake Griffin out, the Pistons are starting Thon Maker, Wayne Ellington, Bruce Brown, Reggie Jackson and Andre Drummond against New York

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Blake Griffin will not play on Wednesday against the Knicks, Dwane Casey says.


Knicks top Bulls 96-86, avoid new franchise low for wins

Dennis Smith Jr. scored 25 points, Mitchell Robinson added eight points and 17 rebounds and the New York Knicks escaped the possibility of finishing with their worst-ever record by beating the Chicago Bulls 96-86 on Tuesday night.

Smith flies to rim to beat the buzzer (0:27)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Mario Hezonja will not play against Chicago due to illness, the Knicks say. Dennis Smith Jr will start against the Bulls, according to the team.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.628th
Rebounds Per Game44.720th
Assists Per Game20.130th
Points Allowed113.822nd

Team History