Knicks Get a Reality Check

By: Kento Kato

The Knicks seemed to be on the come up, but last night’s nationally-televised showing against the defending champs, Cleveland Cavaliers, showed that they still have a lot of room to grow. Continue reading

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The Streaking Knicks

By: Kento Kato

A couple weeks into the season, the Knicks were off to a struggling start and they were in the media for all the wrong reasons yet again. Continue reading

Knicks Early Season Breakdown

By: Kento Kato

The Knicks were looked as a team that may be able to surprise some people if they were able to stay healthy. They brought in Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah and Courtney Lee to help out Porzingis and Anthony in the starting lineup and signed Brandon Jennings to lead a bench that remains shaky. Continue reading

Dissecting the Knicks’ Offseason

By: Kento Kato

The Knicks have been the laughing stock of the NBA for the majority of the last decade now. They have made the playoffs just five times since the 2000 season and have been known to hand out bad contracts, trade away draft picks, and put together a bad product for the high paying fans of the Big Apple. Continue reading

Eastern Conference Predictions

By: Kento Kato

With the draft and the hectic part of free agency over with, most of the teams have filled out their roster. With that in mind, I have tried to come up with a prediction of what the standings will look like when it all plays out.  Continue reading

Will the Warriors go 73-9?

By: Kento Kato

With the Golden State Warriors, who are 50-5, playing tonight, we take a look at their remaining 27 games and look at if they can beat the 95-96 Bulls record of 72-10. Continue reading