Schmeelk: Knicks Fact Or FictionThe Knicks' first week of training camp has been relatively peaceful, but a few narratives have come up that should be addressed. What better way than to play a little "Fact or Fiction"?
Schmeelk: 5 Takeaways From Knicks News ConferenceKnicks president Steve Mills, general manager Scott Perry and coach Jeff Hornacek held a news conference Friday, three days before the team reports for training camp.
Schmeelk: Kristaps Porzingis, Other Knicks Shine In EuroBasket TournamentAs the FIBA Eurobasket tournament comes to a conclusion this weekend, there has been almost nothing but good news for the three Knicks in it over the past few weeks.
Report: Porzingis Is Cavaliers' Primary Target In Irving Trade TalksIf the Knicks want Kyrie Irving, they just might have to give up Kristaps Porzingis.
Schmeelk: Knicks Do Smart Things By Keeping Porzingis, Drafting NtilikinaAll in all, the Knicks didn’t do anything stupid Thursday night, and with this front office, that has to be considered a win.
Report: Celtics' Offer To Knicks For Porzingis Includes 2 Lottery PicksThe Boston Celtics have an offer on the table for Knicks big man Kristaps Porzingis.
Keidel: Only The Knicks Would Try To Undo The One Thing They've Gotten Right Lately -- Drafting PorzingisBut it turned out that Kristaps Porzingis, the 21-year-old, 7-foot-3 freak of athletic nature, is more than a building block or part of the plan. He's a franchise player, a monolith, as close to a unique talent the league has right now, someone nearly as big as Yao Ming yet can hit three pointers and dart to the rim like a small forward.
Schmeelk: Porzingis Shouldn’t Be Untouchable In The Right DealThere is no harm in listening for an offer that might help the Knicks rebuild quicker with more assets.
Reports: Knicks Fielding Calls For Kristaps PorzingisPorzingis has reportedly not spoken to Knicks executives or coaches since he left for his native Latvia after the season concluded, blowing off his exit interview with team president Phil Jackson.
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.
Report: Knicks Part Ways With Assistant Coach Close With PorzingisThe Knicks are reportedly not renewing the contract of assistant coach Joshua Longstaff, a move that likely won't sit well with already-disgruntled star Kristaps Porzingis.
Keidel: Grooming Porzingis Is Knicks' Chance To Finally Do Something Right -- And It's Not Going WellWhen you go from a lanky, Latvian teen to a top-five pick in the NBA Draft, meet expectations, then soar over them, this should be the time of your young life.