Schmeelk: A Way-Too-Early Look At The 2017-18 KnicksWhile it has been a big summer of change for the Knicks' front office, the team will return many of the same players it had last season.
Schmeelk: Here Is How I Would Change The NBAI have staged a coup. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is out and I have full power over the NBA for one season. I can make as many changes to the NBA as I can. Here’s what I’m going to do.
Schmeelk: Knicks' Front Office Moves Are EncouragingLast week, the Knicks announced a number of front-office additions, many of which have connections to Perry in some way, shape or form.
Schmeelk: Barring Knicks Getting Him On Their Terms, There's No Smart Trade For IrvingThe Knicks need to be careful on the Kyrie Irving front. Very careful.
Schmeelk: Knicks' Options With Melo Still Very LimitedIs Carmelo Anthony staying put? Right now, he has to because the Knicks cannot cave to any team's demands.
Schmeelk: Knicks' New Management Now Has To Back Up Strong WordsThe Knicks' press conference on Monday introducing new general manager Scott Perry went about as well as it possibly could have.
Schmeelk: Perry A Good Hire By Knicks, At Least On Paper AnywayWhen the Knicks let Phil Jackson go, the best thing they could have done to replace him was find a career NBA executive with a ton of experience that didn’t have a big name.
Schmeelk: Trading Carmelo Anthony Remains Extremely DifficultCarmelo Anthony is still a Knick. On Wednesday, the Daily News' Frank Isola reported that a trade was on "the 2-yard line."
‘City Game’ Podcast: Making A Carmelo Anthony Trade Work, And MoreOn the latest episode of the "City Game" podcast, hosts John Schmeelk and Steve Lichtenstein talk about the impending Carmelo Anthony trade, as well as and the Knicks' and Nets' moves in free agency.
Schmeelk: Knicks Fans, Be Afraid -- Steve Mills Is Running The Show NowThe Knicks aren’t going to have a real basketball person come in and change the culture because they won’t be allowed to by the people already in the building that owner James Dolan wants to keep in place.
Schmeelk: Knicks Run Out Of Patience And Return To Sorry FormThe Knicks couldn’t quite make it a full week without doing the type of foolish things they usually do.
Schmeelk: It’s Time For The Knicks To Embrace The TankIf the Knicks can add one more top player from next year’s draft, they'd have a good young core that has a chance to become something real.