Schmeelk: Knicks Must Target Young, 2-Way Players In Free AgencyThe Knicks shouldn't spend lavishly this summer, but if they do see players they like they should pull the trigger, just as long as they are young and can play at both ends of the floor.
Schmeelk: Three Years In, Phil Jackson Finally Doing Things His WayThe Knicks decided not to bring back one of their assistant coaches over the weekend, declining to renew the contract of Joshua Longstaff.
‘City Game’ Podcast: Talking Playoffs With Ian EagleThey also discuss the Knicks parting ways with assistant coach Josh Longstaff and a potential Carmelo Anthony trade, as well as the Nets' future.
Schmeelk: Knicks' Offseason Plan Must Not Compromise FutureWith the Knicks locked into the eighth pick in the NBA Draft, they have a better idea of what they’re offseason is going to look like.
Schmeelk: Knicks' Misfortune Continues With Drop To 8th In Draft LotteryThey will likely find a good player in the eighth spot, but it could be someone who takes years to develop, is one-dimensional or never even develops into a top-line starter.
Schmeelk: Draft Lottery Gives Knicks Fans Another Chance To DreamHope. It’s a currency Knicks fans know well.
Schmeelk: NBA Playoffs Worth Watching, Even If Another Cavaliers-Warriors Finals Showdown Is InevitableThe Warriors and Cavs are both 8-0 in the playoffs thanks to a pair of sweeps in the first two rounds. But that doesn’t mean the NBA playoffs aren’t worth watching.
‘City Game’ Podcast: Talking Knicks With Steve PopperIn the latest episode of “City Game,” WFAN’s brand new podcast focusing on the Knicks and Nets, hosts John Schmeelk and Steve Lichtenstein are joined by Knicks beat writer Steve Popper of The Record to talk Knicks.
Schmeelk: Knicks Need To Prove To Dolan A Rebuild Is Needed, Even If It Happens By AccidentThe old adage is that you can’t rebuild a franchise in New York. It’s a lie.
Schmeelk: A Ridiculously Early Look At The NBA DraftThe shock felt by Knicks fans on Tuesday after they lost their coin flip to the Timberwolves was matched only by their surprise that the sun came up Wednesday morning.
Schmeelk: Is Phil Jackson Losing The Game Of Thrones?As the Knicks embark on their offseason, team president Phil Jackson feels a lot like a king without any loyal subjects.
Schmeelk: Jackson's Stubbornness Will Define Knicks One Way Or AnotherPhil Jackson didn’t talk to the media all season, so it was no surprise that he made a lot of news when he addressed reporters on Friday.