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Knicks Links: A futile attempt to drown out the Porzingis trade noise

Lalalalala I can’t hear you Woj lalalalala

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Nothing is wrong.

Everything is fine.

No rumors involving the Knicks’ unicorn happened today.

In my mind.

Let’s watch some music and listen to some links.

(RIP Prodigy)

Adrian Wojnarowski? Who dat?

— So I know the whole point of this post is to distract from all the current stuff with KP, but here’s something about KP!

This comes from Ashwin Ramnath, AKA P&T’s The Ghost of Kristaps Past, AKA lavor postell, AKA @shwinnypoohnba, who’s writing for a new site called Rotoden, breaking down how KP needs to focus on improving his post game this offseason to fully reach his potential. (Here’s hoping he does that with the Knicks *sobbing uncontrollably*)

Good work GOKP!

— Also from Ramnath (giving you some A1 position here today buddy), is a look at the top five prospects in the Knicks’ range for the draft on Thursday.

— Mike Vorkunov at the New York Times writes about the bond between KP and Willy Hernangomez, and how the Knicks can capitalize on their significant chemistry on the court.

Good read from Mike, as always.

— Giri Nathan at Deadspin writes that the Knicks should put Phil Jackson in a jail and then send that jail to space, and Rory Masterson at Fansided suggests that the NBA should forcibly remove Knicks ownership.

— Over at the NY Post, Fred Kerber breaks down how the Knicks have fared (not well) with picking eighth in the draft.

For those more focused on the present, the 2009 draft is the sum of all fears. It brought Jordan Hill. Or as he is known to many Knicks fans: “Not Stephen Curry.”

Not cool, Fred.

— Via ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne, the Knicks and Bulls apparently have interest in Josh Jackson going into the draft. Which, like good luck getting him unless you traded...

Lalalala bad thoughts bad thoughts bad thoughts lalalalala

— Jason Keidel at CBS New York writes that the Knicks can still get a star in this draft. Positivity!

— Also from CBS NY, John Schmeelk writes about some under-the-radar options for the Knicks in the draft.

— John Rowe at the Bergen Record breaks down the top first round draft picks in Knicks history. Some very obvious names there, but still a fun read.

That’s all I got for today, guys! Please be respectful of each other in the comments.

As a matter of fact, I’m bringing back a Non-Knicks Discussion Topic of the Day for today — tell me about the favorite thing you’ve cooked recently (or someone has cooked for you). Shared recipes would be more than welcome!