The Knicks have three summer league games in the books, all wins, and there’s been a lot to digest.
It’s Las Vegas summer league basketball. Who cares, right? Well, at least this year, Knicks fans should care very much.
The ping-pong balls bounce in May. The draft happens in June. Free agency starts in July. The Knicks need to do well in all three. The rebuild starts now.
Teens from both the foundation as well as the Children’s Aid Society will take part in the memorable night.
We’re all suckers for the Cinderella story. The underdog, the unknown athlete who comes out of nowhere and rises to the occasion.
The poor passing and sloppy shooting in overtime hurt, though the effort was more disappointing than the execution to Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.
Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 22 points, Langston Galloway made a clinching 3-pointer and the New York Knicks ended a sad Saturday for the franchise with a 103-98 victory over Toronto, the Raptors’ season-high fifth straight loss.
While winning some games might cost the Knicks some ping-pong balls come draft time, it proves their coach might just be able to become a winner in the long-term.
Langston Galloway is turning into a bright spot during an otherwise forgettable season for the Knicks. And he’s going to be around for a while.
The New York Knicks have signed guard Langston Galloway of St. Joseph’s and forward Travis Wear of UCLA.
The biggest thing for this group? Something they’ve never dealt with before — expectations.
Phil Martelli and his St. Joseph’s Hawks are looking to return to the NCAA tournament in