2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
29-53, 4th in Atlantic
Knox lighting it up in summer league (1:54)
Robinson runs the floor for alley-oop slam (0:19)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Don't know what's next for Morehouse's Tyrius Walker, but the Division II standout took advantage of his opportunity today. He had 16 points (2-for-3 3-pt) 5 steals, 6 assists, 5 rebounds in a 19-point NYK win. Damyean Dotson added 15 pts (3-for-4 3-pt), 6 rebs, 5 assists after an uneven start to Summer League.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Another impressive afternoon from Mitchell Robinson: the second-round pick has 14 points (7-for-13 shooting), 12 rebounds (7 offensive) and 5 blocks in 19 minutes as the Knicks lead New Orleans by 16 with 2:30 to play in their Summer League finale.

Hicks throws down alley-oop slam (0:18)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Damyean Dotson, the Knicks' 2017 second-round pick, has scored seven straight to start the second half and has 12 points and four assists so far. He seems to have found his rhythm after an uneven start to Summer League.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Ochefu with 12 points on 5-for-6 shooting in the first half. Wouldn't be surprised if he's impressed some of the dozens of international scouts and coaches in attendance at Summer League with that spurt.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Seems like the Knicks wanted to rest Kevin Knox and Allonzo Trier today, which is understandable. I'm guessing that the organization hoped to see more from Frank Ntilikina, who missed three of the Knicks' five Summer League games due to injury.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Solid start for Knicks Summer League guard Tyrius Walker so far. He has five points, two rebounds, an assist and a steal in 7 minutes. Walker starred at Division II Morehouse and impressed Morehouse's all-time leading scorer Harold Ellis, who is also the Knicks' Director of Player Personnel.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Starting for the Knicks today vs. New Orleans: Tyrius Walker, Damyean Dotson, Mitchell Robinson, Paul Watson and Isaiah Hicks. Frank Ntilikina will miss his third Summer League game after playing in the first two, per the NY Post. Luke Kornet will sit due a sprained ankle after playing one Summer League game. Kevin Knox and Allonzo Trier will also sit.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks scout Clarence Gaines Jr., who was a close adviser of ex-NYK President Phil Jackson, will not be back with the organization next season, league sources confirmed. Gaines Jr. was hired by Jackson in 2014 and served under Jackson as a Vice President of Player Personnel. His role shifted to that of a scout this season after Jackson was fired. Jackson said Gaines was instrumental in convincing him to draft Kristaps Porzingis in 2015. Many people in the organization saw Gaines and Jackson's most trusted adviser during his tenure as president, which included three 50-loss seasons and external turmoil. It is unclear exactly why Gaines won't return, though it's worth noting he did not have strong ties to GM Scott Perry, who has made several new additions to the front office. Also, his contract, which was agreed to under Jackson, was up after the 2017-18 season. Several people in the organization speculated that Gaines would not remain with the Knicks after this season once Perry and Mills began to shape the front office. Gaines' status with the Knicks was first reported by The Athletic.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Artest Foundation will host a free youth basketball camp and 3-on-3 tournament in Manhattan, NY next week. The camp is scheduled for Thursday, July 19 from 10 AM – 6 PM at Penn South playground on West 26th Street. Ron Artest (AKA Metta World Peace) is expected to attend the camp. On Friday July 20, the foundation will host a 3-on-3 tournament. Players in Grades 7-12 are eligible for the camp and tournament.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks' second-round pick Mitchell Robinson continues to impress in Summer League. He had 17 points on 8-for-10 shooting, 12 rebounds (7 offensive), 6 blocks & 3 steals in NYK's loss to Boston. The Knicks close out the Summer League on Friday against New Orleans at 4:30 EST.

Knox lobs one up to Robinson for alley-oop and-1 (0:23)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Knox finds Mitchell Robinson for an alleyoop in tight space, one of several plays that show why the organization feels good about their 2018 NBA Draft thus far.

Knox strides through lane for and-1 bucket (0:22)
Knox takes it strong to the rim for 2 (0:18)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Knox hasn't had a strong shooting afternoon thus far but Mitchell Robinson has continued his strong play against Boston. The Knicks' second-round pick has 8 points, 8 rebounds and 5 blocks midway through the third quarter.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Allonzo Trier, Damyean Dotson, Kevin Knox, Luke Kornet and Mitchell Robinson are starting for the Knicks this afternoon against Boston.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Something you'd probably only see in New York: Michael Beasley at the Grungy Gentleman Runway Show in Manhattan on Wednesday night. Beasley, a free agent and first-time model, has been impressed by what he's seen from Knicks rookie Kevin Knox so far. "Knox is a doooog," he said.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks GM Scott Perry said the club is keeping its options open in regards to signing another free agent. New York currently has 16 players under NBA contracts and needs to waive or trade one of the players before opening night to meet the NBA's roster requirement. The Knicks still have the $3.4 million biannual exception available. "We always will keep our potioins open to that. But we're not going to sign someone for the sake of signing him," Perry said on Tuesday, via ESPN's Nick Friedell. Per ESPN sources, members of the Knicks organization had been in contact regarding free agent Willie Reed during the free agency period. It's unclear, though, if the Knicks had - or still have - serious interest in the 28-year-old center. The NBA suspended Reed for six games without pay last season as a result of a domestic violence incident involving his wife. The league conducted its own investigation into the incident before handing down the suspension. Reed was traded from Detroit to Chicago prior to the 2018 trade deadline. The Bulls subsequently waived Reed. If the Knicks sign Reed - or another player - and plan to keep that player during the regular season, they'd have to waive or trade two players on NBA deals.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

For those interested: MSG Networks has a 15-minute show with updates, highlights and interviews with players and coaches from Las Vegas - "Knicks Summer League Report" – that will air at 8 PM on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.518th
Rebounds Per Game44.013th
Assists Per Game23.313th
Points Allowed108.020th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-182953.354
2016-173151.378
2015-163250.390
2014-151765.207