Greg Mroz recaps the last three games for the Bulls, which include a last second loss to the Blazers & a split in a two game home series against the Knicks. The Bulls through all three of these games have shown that being young means being inconsistent, and inconsistent teams lose close games.
The Knicks have struggled mightily in the 21st century in large part because of their inability to draft well. Let's take a brief look at their season so far.
It's been another long year in New York, where the youngsters have suffered as a result of a disappointing summer.
The Knicks came around on the idea of trading Marcus Morris and ended up getting a first-round pick for a player on an expiring deal.
The Knicks talked a big game that made their summer look bad, but they have a chance to recoup some value on the trade market.
Mitchell Robinson is the big winner to this point, with the rest of the rotation still open for some jostling.
Could the floodgates be opening for Canadian basketball?
A confident Frank Ntilikina looks as though he might be turning the corner. Now more than ever, the Knicks need to get out of their own way.
With preseason mercifully upon us, we've picked one thing to keep an eye on as the exhibition games play out. We'll try to find meaning in certain areas for each team in the league.