What's Next For The Knicks After Kristaps Porzingis Season Ending Injury?

What's Next For The Knicks After Kristaps Porzingis Season Ending Injury?

What's Next For The Knicks After Kristaps Porzingis Season Ending Injury?

In an unfortunate development, the New York Knicks (23-32) have lost franchise star Kristaps Porzingis to a season-ending knee injury.

In the video above, get a look at the play in which Giannis Antetokounmpo jumps over Tim Hardaway Jr. for what could be the most incredible National Basketball Association dunk of the year. He dunked with 8:46 left in the half and landed awkwardly, crashing to the court and holding his left knee.

An MRI revealed he tore his ACL and his season was over. Unfortunately, unless the rest of your leaguemates are asleep at the wheel, you aren't going to find someone on the waiver wire who's matching the 7-footer's 22.7 points, 6.6 rebounds, league-leading 2.4 blocks and 1.9 triples.

Here's to the Knicks getting the first pick in this year's National Basketball Association draft! If they still want to make it to the playoffs, the entire lineup though should step up their games and prove that they are more than just a one-man team.

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Well, as Murphy's Law states, anything that can go wrong will go wrong, and that pretty much has been the story of the Knicks since even before the iPod came into existence. "He is obviously a very important member of this basketball team and this organization and a part of this NY community".

In the wake of the devastating Kristaps Porzingis news, members of the organization had discussed the idea of playing younger players like Frank Ntilikina and Trey Burke more often for the remainder of the season, per sources.

NY traded disgruntled center Willy Hernangomez to the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday in exchange for two future second-round picks and Johnny O'Bryant III, who will be waived.

Knicks point guard Ron Baker underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his injured right shoulder Wednesday and is expected to be ready for training camp, the Knicks announced. He had been due to play in the All-Star Game later this month for LeBron James' team. But now they are better off playing for the lottery than the playoffs, and any moves they make would likely be with that in mind. If the Unicorn misses the first couple of months of the next season NY should be ready, this would possibly keep them out of the playoffs once again. A little Jewish boy just trying to make it in the great City of NY.

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