1. Are NY Knicks Already Looking Past Jerian Grant as Their Next Point Guard?

    Last June, the New York Knicks made a draft-day trade that was widely praised. Tim Hardaway Jr. was sent to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for the rights to the 19th overall pick, Notre Dame point guard Jerian Grant...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 4 days ago 33,516 reads 74 comments

  2. New York Knicks' Glue Guy Isn't Who Anyone Was Expecting

    It's difficult to join a losing team at midseason and make enough of an impact to the point where the team feels it has to bring you back—especially when you've barely been a bit rotation player in your career...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 11 days ago 16,750 reads 21 comments

  3. Nearing His Peak, Carmelo Anthony Can Be Even Better for NY Knicks

    Long thought of as a selfish player by many NBA fans, Carmelo Anthony is doing his part to change that, playing the best basketball of his career in the process...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 16 days ago 34,762 reads 119 comments

  4. Derek Fisher Showing Much-Needed Growth in 2nd Season as NY Knicks Head Coach

    Last season's New York Knicks were an outright disaster from the outset. The opening night roster was a mess, and it only got worse...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 23 days ago 18,669 reads 57 comments

  5. By the Numbers: Is Carmelo Anthony Missing Out on 'Superstar Calls'?

    One of the most common complaints echoed by many fans of the New York Knicks is that Carmelo Anthony "never gets any calls...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 1 month ago 25,247 reads 144 comments

  6. Don't Look Now, but Carmelo Anthony Has Become NY Knicks' Best Passer

    New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has almost always been regarded as a bit of a selfish player. The reasons for this are surface-level obvious: He takes a ton of shots —his 19...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 1 month ago 8,028 reads 53 comments

  7. New York Knicks Desperately Need a Spark from Their Backcourt

    It is at least somewhat strange that, in a league that guard play has increasingly dominated over the last few years, the New York Knicks have built a roster that places its talent mostly in the frontcourt...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 1 month ago 42,643 reads 247 comments

  8. Kristaps Porzingis Already Becoming Center of New York Knicks Defensive Identity

    Much of the talk around New York Knicks rookie sensation Kristaps Porzingis has centered on how he can potentially be a game-changing player on offense, and rightfully so...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 1 month ago 61,177 reads 207 comments

  9. Kristaps Porzingis-Carmelo Anthony Duo Showing Signs It Can Thrive Long-Term

    Despite the fact that New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis has exceeded all rational expectations and can only be described as "ahead of schedule," it is important ...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 1 month ago 21,788 reads 69 comments

  10. Porzingis-Mania Aside, Carmelo Anthony, Derek Fisher Hold Keys to Knicks' Hopes

    NEW YORK—The New York Knicks have already exceeded most expectations through the early part of the season by working to a 9-10 record through their first 19 games...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 2 months ago 8,438 reads 41 comments

  11. How the New York Knicks Fast-Tracked the Rise of Kristaps Porzingis

    Just 15 games into his career, New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis has already surpassed all reasonable rookie-year expectations...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 2 months ago 57,010 reads 85 comments

  12. The Langston Galloway Story Keeps Getting Better for NY Knicks

    In a league where it often takes young players years to earn the trust of their coaches, second-year undrafted free agent Langston Galloway is defying expectations. A 6' 2" guard out of St...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 3 months ago 32,183 reads 97 comments

  13. Here's Proof That NY Knicks Must Diversify from Carmelo-Centric Attack

    S ince he arrived in February 2011 , the New York Knicks have rarely won when Carmelo Anthony struggles with his shot. The 2015-16 season has seen Carmelo struggle with his shot even more than usual...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 3 months ago 21,911 reads 106 comments

  14. Could NY Knicks Bench Be Better Than Starting Unit?

    The New York Knicks are only two games into the 2015-16 season but there is already a big, somewhat surprising question worthy of serious examination facing the team...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 3 months ago 57,886 reads 102 comments

  15. How NBA-Ready Is NY Knicks Draft Pick Kristaps Porzingis?

    Ever since he was drafted, Kristaps Porzingis has consistently shown both Knicks fans and the NBA that he might be readier to contribute than people initially thought...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 3 months ago 77,573 reads 162 comments

  16. NY Knicks Hoping Personnel Upgrades Alleviate Last Year's Defensive Disaster

    NEW YORK — For years, the biggest bugaboo for the New York Knicks has been their lackluster defense...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 4 months ago 9,885 reads 8 comments

  17. Which Top NBA Stars Will Take a Step Back in 2015-16?

    Improvement and decline are not always linear things. Young players don't just get better and better by the same amount every year until they reach a certain age and then get worse and worse by the same amount every year...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 6 months ago 75,332 reads 302 comments

  18. Breaking Down How LaMarcus Aldridge Fits with San Antonio Spurs

    We interrupt your holiday weekend to bring you the biggest news of the NBA offseason: All-Star power forward LaMarcus Aldridge is leaving the Portland Trail Blazers for ...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 7 months ago 129,230 reads 181 comments

  19. B/R NBA's Max 5 Series: Is DeAndre Jordan Really a Maximum-Contract Player?

    This is the final installment in a five-part series where we've discussed whether five of the NBA 's biggest free agents are worth maximum-salary contracts. The first installment covered Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 7 months ago 6,730 reads 60 comments

  20. B/R NBA's Max 5 Series: Is Draymond Green Really a Maximum Contract Player?

    This is the fourth installment in a five-part series where we'll be discussing whether or not five of the NBA 's biggest free agents are worth maximum-salary contracts. The first installment covered Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 7 months ago 80,638 reads 285 comments

  21. B/R NBA's Max 5 Series: Is Tristan Thompson Really a Maximum Contract Player?

    This is the third installment in a five-part series where we'll be discussing whether or not five of the NBA 's biggest free agents are worth maximum-salary contracts. The first installment covered Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 8 months ago 103,988 reads 318 comments

  22. B/R NBA's Max 5 Series: Is Kawhi Leonard Really a Maximum-Contract Player?

    This is the second installment in a five-part series where we'll be discussing whether or not five of the NBA 's biggest free agents are worth maximum-salary contracts. The first installment covered Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 8 months ago 35,684 reads 129 comments

  23. B/R NBA's Max 5 Series: Is Jimmy Butler Really a Maximum-Contract Player?

    This is the first installment in a five-part series where we'll be discussing whether or not five of the NBA 's biggest free agents are worth maximum-salary contracts. We'll start today with Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler ...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 8 months ago 35,020 reads 171 comments

  24. Cleveland's Crisis: What Should David Blatt Do About Timofey Mozgov's Minutes?

    The Cavaliers are facing a bit of an identity crisis as the NBA Finals heads to Game 6. The Cavs staked themselves to a 2-1 lead, thanks to dominant defensive performances and ferocious rebounding in Games 2 and 3...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 8 months ago 24,541 reads 221 comments

  25. Breaking Down How the Cleveland Cavaliers Are Stopping Stephen Curry

    The Cleveland Cavaliers winning Game 2 of the NBA Finals without Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving was surprising in and of itself. But shutting down the league's MVP, Stephen Curry , was nothing short of shocking...

    Jared Dubin Written by Jared Dubin about 8 months ago 33,648 reads 206 comments