content of this letter is published on official site of President of Latvia -among other things Donald says "And let me add as the fan of New York Knicks, I highly appreciate contribution of Latvian basketball star Kristaps Porzingis." (you can read it yourself using google translator)
from the New York Basketball Observer
In a first-person piece for The Players' Tribune, the Knick rook talks anger, enchiladas, and which teammates do (and don't) bring a strong accent game to the locker room.
A history of the NYK's Twitter PR reveals New York is just as bizarre online as in reality.
Q: The Knicks’ haven’t drafted a star since Ewing. Which Knicks draftee has scored the most points in the last 25 years?
Get it, Scott!
Bit of background and analysis of his NBA game.
The New York Knicks have found themselves in quite the conundrum the last few weeks (months, years, decades). After giving their fans the falsest of hope in the offseason, bringing in two stars well past their prime (an all time Knicks-type move, name brand recognition without the gas left in the tank to help the team win), the roster is as unbalanced as it’s been in years, and any hope for making the playoffs would have been squandered if not for how universally atrocious the 7-13 seeds are in the East. How exactly did the Knicks get into this spot? A team president with the greatest resume in the history of the league who has continued to screw over the franchise that employs him, the worst contract in professional sports, and an aging superstar who not only impedes on the development of the only bright spot on the roster, but also maintains the highest level of leverage of any single player not named LeBron in the league. However, all hope is not futile. There are a few steps the Knicks must follow over the next few years that can bring them back to relevance, let’s take a look at how: