Randle scores 25 points and 20 rebounds and Hart scores a season-high to help the Knicks secure an In-Season Tournament quarterfinals appearance.
New York hopes to win by a bunch of IST-padding points against the Ball-less Charlotte Hornets.
Year one of pool play comes to a close tonight.
Could be a feel good win or a disastrous loss, your choice Knicks.
Bad shooting, a healed back, and one player getting cut!
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IQ brings home this week’s medal.
The Knicks needed another comeback but fell just short, wasting 35 points from Jalen Brunson and 28 from Julius Randle.
Games against the Suns, Hornets, Pistons, and Raptors.
The sharp-shooting Suns set upon NYC for a tilt at the Garden.
KD without BB but with DB vs JB and the rest of the Knicks.
Not a fun team to play against
Randle restraint, Grimes concerns, and Mitch’s Adebayo problem.
Thanks to 24 points from Jalen Brunson, the Knicks overcome an atrocious third quarter, hold the Heat to 11 in Q4, and win in a nailbiter.
After a tough yet successful five-game road trip, the Knicks will face the Miami Heat tonight at MSG.
New York will try to win its fourth in a row at home when it takes on Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat tonight.
Trying to find the superstar being chased by the New York Knicks with the help of Perry and AI.
After an off-key start to the season, Josh Hart’s offense is slowly improving. Now if only he would take the open shot. . . .
The P&T turkeys praise their favorite Knickerbockers.
"I am very busy (for this s**t)" — James Dolan, in paraphrase.
Gotta hit the freebies.
The Knicks wrapped up their five-game trip with a loss at the Twin Cities.
New York Knicks (8-5) take on Anthony Edwards and the Timberwolves (9-3)
That’s my quarterback.
Surprisingly big test in the Twin Cities.
Plenty of interesting things happening outside Madison Square Garden.
To trade, or not to trade?