1. Realistic Expectations for Kristaps Porzingis' Rookie Season with NY Knicks

    In the days and weeks leading up to the NBA draft, nobody had any idea where president of basketball operations Phil Jackson would turn with the New York Knicks ' fourth overall pick...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 7 days ago 27,637 reads 66 comments

  2. Are New York Knicks Better off Trading or Keeping Their No. 4 Pick?

    The 2015 NBA Draft is approaching fast, and with just days until commissioner Adam Silver takes the podium, what the New York Knicks plan to do with the fourth overall pick is anybody's guess...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 14 days ago 3,537 reads 10 comments

  3. Full Scouting Report for New York Knicks' Top 2015 NBA Draft Targets

    Considering their team's lack of draft activity over the last decade, New York Knicks fans may not always feel the need to keep up with the expansive NCAA basketball landscape—including even the best programs and the NBA draft's top prospects...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 20 days ago 19,154 reads 104 comments

  4. 'Trade Down' Scenarios for New York Knicks' No. 4 NBA Draft Pick

    After the worst season in franchise history, the New York Knicks are armed with their highest draft pick in 30 years. So naturally, they're looking to trade down. Maybe...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 27 days ago 41,026 reads 260 comments

  5. Options and Questions Abound for New York Knicks' Center Position

    More than a year after hiring Phil Jackson to take over basketball operations, with Carmelo Anthony locked up through the prime of his career and most of the previous regime's acquisitions ...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 26,612 reads 181 comments

  6. Unfortunate Lottery Luck Could Be Blessing in Disguise for NY Knicks

    As the only NBA team to go backwards in the draft lottery, the New York Knicks already have their fans fretting their most crucial offseason in recent memory...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 42,512 reads 179 comments

  7. Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks: Game 2 Grades And Analysis

    With Kyrie Irving out of the lineup for Game 2, Friday presented the perfect chance for the Atlanta Hawks to even up the series on their home floor...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 10,869 reads 48 comments

  8. NBA Draft Lottery 2015: Last-Minute Predictions for Every Team in the Mix

    With just one day before the NBA draft lottery, fortunes for several 2015 bottom-feeders are about to become much more clear...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 130,655 reads 357 comments

  9. Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies: Game 6 Grades and Analysis

    When Stephen Curry plays like the NBA 's MVP, there's little that can stop the Golden State Warriors...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 10,311 reads 25 comments

  10. Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Chicago Bulls: Game 6 Grades and Analysis

    With their backs against the wall, the Chicago Bulls ended up seeing a movie they'd watched before in Game 6 of their second-round series against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Against LeBron James and Co...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 6,436 reads 77 comments

  11. Projecting New York Knicks' Moves for Each 2015 NBA Draft Scenario

    After a monumentally brutal 2014-15, the New York Knicks have a lot of ground to cover in constructing a competitive roster next season...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 30,552 reads 166 comments

  12. Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies: Game 3 Grades and Analysis

    It was a slow, grueling game, with most of the action coming from inside the arc—just how the Memphis Grizzlies like it. On their home floor, they took down the No. 1-seed Golden State Warriors, 99-89...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 1 month ago 9,716 reads 65 comments

  13. Best-Case Scenarios for the Most Needy NBA Teams of the 2015 Offseason

    With the NBA Playoffs in full swing, it's easy to forget that most teams are already home—or golfing, or fishing, or some other cliche loser activity—pondering how to fix things for next season...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 80,055 reads 219 comments

  14. NBA Playoffs 2015: Examining Best Highlights and Postseason Storylines

    The first round of the NBA playoffs is all but wrapped up, and it has provided us with a handful of memorable plays and close finishes...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 18,882 reads 33 comments

  15. NBA Playoff Schedule 2015: TV Coverage, Live Stream Guide for Friday's Matchup

    The first round of the NBA playoffs is nearing its end, and on Friday, the Eastern Conference's top-seeded Atlanta Hawks have the chance to send the Brooklyn Nets home for the summer...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 1,422 reads 0 comments

  16. NBA Playoff Schedule 2015: Game Times, TV Coverage for Thursday Game 6 Action

    NBA first-round action is wrapping up, and Thursday's slate features a pair of elimination games in two of the more intriguing series this postseason. At 7 p.m...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 1,231 reads 0 comments

  17. NBA Playoff Schedule 2015: Wednesday TV Coverage and Game 5 Picks

    With a number of NBA first-round playoff series coming to a close, Wednesday's NBA slate features a pair of games that will have huge implications on Round 2...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 2,246 reads 0 comments

  18. San Antonio Spurs vs. Los Angeles Clippers: Postgame Grades and Analysis

    It was just as entertaining as the first four contests, but in Game 5, the San Antonio Spurs were able to outlast the Los Angeles Clippers at the end...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 2,190 reads 1 comments

  19. Why Big-Name NBA Free Agents Should Consider the New York Knicks

    For New York Knicks President Phil Jackson's front office this summer, the sales pitch to prospective free agents may not seem too appealing on the surface...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 25,494 reads 72 comments

  20. Chicago Bulls vs. Milwaukee Bucks: Postgame Grades and Analysis

    Like Games 2 and 3 in this series, Saturday's Game 4 between the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls was highly competitive. But no playoff game this season had an ending quite as exciting as this one...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 9,773 reads 164 comments

  21. NHL Playoffs 2015: Latest Stanley Cup Odds and Predictions for Saturday Games

    In the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, no series lead is ever safe. Well, at the very least, tell that to the three teams facing elimination on Saturday...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 5,031 reads 0 comments

  22. Houston Rockets vs. Dallas Mavericks: Postgame Grades and Analysis

    It was surely the most entertaining contest of the series thus far, but in a back-and-forth Game 3, the Houston Rockets were the ones on a hot streak when the buzzer ran out...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 1,474 reads 0 comments

  23. NBA Playoffs 2015: Live Stream Schedule, Odds and Bracket Predictions for Friday

    The NBA playoffs haven't seen domination like this in seven years. The 2008 postseason was the last time this many first-round series got off to 2-0 starts—seven of the eight home teams have won both games in their own arenas...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 2 months ago 3,328 reads 1 comments

  24. Boston Celtics vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: Postgame Grades and Analysis

    It was another valiant display from the Boston Celtics, but when a sub-.500 team goes up against a title contender, this is the result it can expect. At home, the Cleveland Cavaliers took Game 2 99-91 to go up two games to none in the series...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 3 months ago 4,292 reads 24 comments

  25. 10 NBA Free Agents Playing for a Major Payday in the 2015 Playoffs

    When the lights shine the brightest, more people are watching. Those people often include front office types, scoping around the league to see who can step up when it matters most...

    John Dorn Written by John Dorn about 3 months ago 27,587 reads 136 comments