Episodes
Alex and Gavin break down the Knicks' incredible win over the top seed Celtics, where they led by over 30 points at times. Jalen Brunson scored 39 in three quarters, we got a preview of some things that could work for the Knicks in a hypothetical Eastern Conference Finals with the Celtics, and the role players once again stepped up huge in support of Brunson.
Published 04/12/24
Your New York Knicks are officially in the playoffs!!! There was once a time where that was a very big deal. Gavin Schall and Alex Wolfe team up to take you through all the different scenarios now that the Knicks have clinched including why a three seed is well within reach and who the Knicks should most want to see in the first two rounds.
Published 04/11/24
Alex goes solo to break down the Knicks' 128-117 win over the Bulls, a redemption for Friday's loss in Chicago that moved them into third place in the Eastern Conference. Jalen Brunson went for 45, and it seems like he's finally getting the respect from the refs that he deserves. OG Anunoby's rust is finally coming off as he canned four threes. And the Villanova trio went wild again.
Published 04/10/24
Alex and Gavin debate the merits of Jalen Brunson's standout 2023-24 season against his peers, and try to decide... is he good enough to edge out Anthony Davis, Jayson Tatum, Anthony Edwards, and more for that coveted fifth spot on the All-NBA First Team this year? Then, the guys debate if Donte DiVincenzo has a legitimate shot at Most Improved Player, and if Isaiah Hartenstein could make a case for an All-Defense team.
Published 04/09/24
Just when you think this team is dead they seem to roar back and secure a season defining win. The Milwaukee Bucks still have zero answer for Jalen Brunson as he dropped 43 LOUD points and the Knicks depth shined through as we finally start to get an idea of what this team looks like fully healthy.
Published 04/08/24
Alex and Gavin converge to talk over the news of the day that Julius Randle will get surgery on his shoulder and miss the rest of the Knicks' season. After, the guys talk about an inspiring comeback win vs. the Kings, including stellar play from Josh Hart and Jalen Brunson.
Published 04/05/24
Julius Randle will have season ending injury after two months of rehab ultimately did not provide enough improvement for him to safely play. Gavin Schall has you covered on what this means for the Knicks and Julius' present and future with the team.
Published 04/04/24
This was always going to be a tough game against a Miami Heat team battling to escape the play-in on their home court. Down two of their three best players with a ill Jalen Brunson coming off two straight brutal losses and Terry Rozier looking closer to prime Dame Lillard? Yeah that's an L. Gavin Schall takes you inside another Knicks loss and hope for this team down the stretch.
Published 04/03/24
Gavin Schall breaks down where the Knicks expectations should lie following the latest news on OG Anunoby, how the Knicks new starting five has defied all expectations and breaking down the race for the three seed.
Published 04/02/24
Alex goes solo to break down the Knicks' 113-112 loss to the Thunder, first by exploring a more big-picture problem for the Knicks right now: Why isn't Jalen Brunson getting the treatment of an All-NBA player from the refs despite being one of the best scorers in the league? Plus praise for Deuce McBride's defense on Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Isaiah Hartenstein's strong play in the post, and a look at the standings and schedule as the Knicks stare down their final eight games of the season.
Published 04/01/24
Alex goes solo to break down the Knicks' 130-126 overtime loss to the Spurs, where Jalen Brunson set a new career high with 61 points and Donte DiVincenzo broke the Knicks' single-season 3-point record, and yet the Knicks still fell to Victor Wembanyama's career night in his standout rookie season.
Published 03/30/24
Alex goes solo to break down the Knicks' huge 145-101 win over the Raptors on the road, a game notable for a number of reasons, including the most points the Knicks have scored in regulation in over 40 years. Mitchell Robinson returned and was a force in his limited minutes, Deuce McBride tied a single quarter record for threes, and the Knicks feasted against a shorthanded Raptors team.
Published 03/28/24
OG Anunoby is an extraordinary talent who's also quite injury prone. How will the Knicks handle that dynamic when negotiating his next contract? Gavin Schall and Locked On Raptors Sean Woodley answer that question and much more.
Published 03/27/24
Gavin Schall rolls solo to break down Donte DiVincenzo's record breaking night against the Pistons, exceptional contributions from The Hart Foundation, and thoughts on the latest batch of Knicks injury updates including if we'll ever see Julius Randle.
Published 03/26/24
Alex and Gavin break down the Knicks' fourth quarter matinee beatdown of the Nets on Saturday, including Deuce McBride's continued excellence, Donte DiVincenzo stepping up his game around the rim, Isaiah Hartenstein's continued per-minute dominance, and much more!
Published 03/25/24
Size matters? Despite being battered and bruised the Knicks showed the size of their hearts, grinding their way to three straight wins to start their West Coast swing. Unfortunately while their heart didn't give out their height did against the defending World Champs. Gavin Schall recaps why size was the difference against Denver, continued brilliance from Jalen Brunson and Isaiah Hartenstein, Alec Burks heating up and the race for the three seed going forward.
Published 03/22/24
Size matters? Despite being battered and bruised the Knicks showed the size of their hearts, grinding their way to three straight wins to start their West Coast swing. Unfortunately while their heart didn't give out their height did against the defending World Champs. Gavin Schall recaps why size was the difference against Denver, continued brilliance from Jalen Brunson and Isaiah Hartenstein, Alec Burks heating up and the race for the three seed going forward.
Published 03/22/24
Alex and Gavin break down the news that Mitchell Robinson is back at practice, indicating his return could be imminent for the Knicks. What combinations will best utilize him on a Knicks team that has changed a lot since he got hurt? And is it time to worry about OG Anunoby's elbow after he was declared out for the game in Denver?
Published 03/21/24
Gavin Schall is joined by the former host of WFAN's The Bank Shot Podcast to discuss their reaction to the latest OG Anunoby and Julius Randle injury updates.
Published 03/20/24
Alex goes solo to break down the Knicks' 119-112 win in Golden State to improve to 3-0 on their west coast road trip and win their fourth game in a row, including Deuce McBride playing like a mini OG Anunoby, Josh Hart delivering another ironman performance, Jalen Brunson out-Steph-Currying Steph Curry in his own building, plus an update on the injured OG Anunoby and why it's not time to panic yet.
Published 03/19/24
Jalen Brunson made it look easy dropping 40 over points for the second game in a row and the Knicks collective effort defensively ensured it resulted in a win. Gavin Schall and Alex Wolfe break down a big dub in Sacramento.
Published 03/18/24
Alex gets into the Knicks' 105-93 win over the Blazers to open their west coast trip. OG Anunoby's elbow seemed to flare up, but reports are he's OK. Jalen Brunson scored maybe the most ho-hum 45 points you'd ever hope to see, and actually got superstar calls! And OG and Josh Hart continued to make their impact felt all over the game.
Published 03/15/24
Have the Knicks unlocked a golden formula of Brunson+Spacing+Defense=Championship? Can Julius Randle be a part of that or is there a better option for a third cog? Gavin Schall and Xavier Johnson (@xavierjdesigns) team up to tackle that whale of question and a few more they want to be answered in the Knicks' playoff run.
Published 03/14/24
OG Anunoby returned in style, Josh Hart had one of the best games of his career and Jalen Brunson quietly dominated as the Knicks routed the Sixers. Gavin Schall rolls solo to tell you why things look so drastically different with OG out there and what it means for the Knicks going forward.
Published 03/13/24