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  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    The Knicks would have to trade Kevin Knox in a potential deal for Chris Paul, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post.

    The Thunder are said to be looking for a first-round pick and a player still on their rookie contract in exchange for CP3, so this is a deal that could go through. The Thunder prefer Knox according to the report, while the Knicks have seven first-round picks over the next four drafts. New York seems to be interested more in Victor Oladipo though but a deal for him seems less likely, while Paul would bring some much needed veteran presence in Madison Square Garden.

    Source: New York Post

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    In his second campaign, Kevin Knox saw his minutes decline by more than 10.0 minutes per game as he finished the year with 372/371 value in 8/9-cat leagues.

    Knox saw his role diminish as he started in just four out of 65 games compared to 57 starts out of 75 opportunities in 2018-19. He appears to have a long way to go before he enters the fantasy radar with averages of 6.4 points, 2.8 rebounds, 0.9 assists, 0.4 steals, 0.4 blocks, 1.0 threes and 0.7 turnovers on horrendous shooting (.359/.327/.653). The Knicks have already picked up Knox's third year option but it remains to be seen if the franchise will pick up the last year option of his rookie contract. Hopefully, Knox can change the narrative in his third season as he will still only be 21 years old.

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    According to sources close to Leon Rose, one of the team presidents biggest regrets is not getting a closer look at Kevin Knox and how he fits in the team's future.

    Kevin Knox is the black sheep in this franchise. Last year's lottery pick who disappointed in his rookie season, and watched the team load up on forwards in the offseason. He spent much of this year without a role, and his trade value is virtually gone at this point because of it. If the Knicks can't find room for him on the roster and the team decides to keep him, some G-League seasoning would be best for everyone.

    Source: New York Post

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    Kevin Knox (left leg contusion) is ready to face the Thunder on Friday.

    Knox might be out there but you want to avoid him at all costs. He figures to receive around 20 minutes of playing time, but the sophomore has struggled all season and his abysmal .361 field goal percentage leaves much to be desired.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    Kevin Knox is dealing with a bruised left leg and is probable for Friday's tilt vs. the Thunder.

    Knox is off the fantasy radar so far this season as he is sitting outside the top-350 in per-game value.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    Kevin Knox (left leg contusion) has been upgraded to available ahead of Wednesday’s tilt vs. the Jazz.

    Knox is averaging just over 18 minutes per game so far this season has not done enough to enter the fantasy radar outside of the deepest of leagues. If he ever was able to see more opportunity, his skill-set would have more appeal in points-league formats.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Mitchell Robinson
    C, New York Knicks

    Mitchell Robinson will not be able to play against the Jazz on Wednesday as he nurses a sore left hamstring.

    Robinson has been great over the last two weeks but will be forced to miss a fourth game this season. He has been able to play in the last 50 games before Wednesday. Taj Gibson, Bobby Portis and Kevin Knox could see additional minutes with Robinson sidelined.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    Kevin Knox (contused left leg) is being listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Jazz.

    Knox hasn't seen the minutes bump he hoped for when the team dealt Marcus Morris at the deadline and is well off the fantasy radar right now. The Knicks have been reluctant to turn to their youth movement even while they are a bottom-5 team in the league-wide standings.

    Source: Ian Begley on Twitter

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    After Kevin Knox played just 10 minutes on Wednesday, Knicks coach Mike Miller said, "Just having minutes isn’t the end-all."

    Miller's starting to get questions about why some of New York's younger players are still buried in the rotation, often in favor of lower-upside veterans. Knox and Dennis Smith Jr. are obvious cases, with Frank Ntilikina and Allonzo Trier in a similar boat. Miller believes that development is more than just playing a lot. "It’s about how these guys get better just if they get 10 more minutes in a game. There are a lot of things that go into the development to make these guys better… I think there are other ways and other factors [than minutes]." Leon Rose might think otherwise, but it doesn't sound like changes are coming unless it's via an edict from above Miller in the organization.

    Source: New York Post

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, New York Knicks

    Marcus Morris (sprained right ankle) is being listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Lakers.

    The Knicks said earlier on Tuesday that Morris would be evaluated later today, but this is all we have gotten so far. Continue to monitor the situation as more information rolls in. With Reggie Bullock starting in place of R.J. Barrett (out), Kevin Knox would likely slide into the starting rotation should Morris miss time.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    Kevin Knox chipped in 17 points from the bench in Sunday's win over the Heat, adding five rebounds and two 3-pointers.

    Knox hit 6-of-8 from the field and took advantage of Marcus Morris sitting out, as well as Mitchell Robinson's foul issues. Maybe he gets enough minutes to grind out late-round numbers after the trade deadline, but we wouldn't spend a roster spot on him for stash purposes.

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, New York Knicks

    Marcus Morris will sit out Friday's tilt with the Pelicans due to a sore neck.

    That's three missed games for Morris in a row. Certainly not making our attempts to sell-high on him any easier. The Knicks are also without Julius Randle, which means Bobby Portis, Kevin Knox and Taj Gibson will all see extra minutes.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, New York Knicks

    Marcus Morris (sore neck) has been downgraded to doubtful for Friday's tilt vs. the Pelicans.

    It does not appear as if Morris will play in Friday's game which would mark his third consecutive missed game. Julius Randle has already been ruled out for personal reasons so Bobby Portis, Kevin Knox and Taj Gibson could all see an increase in playing time.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, New York Knicks

    Marcus Morris is questionable for Friday's tilt vs. the Pelicans as he continues to nurse a sore neck.

    If Morris sits out for the third straight time on Friday, expect more minutes for Bobby Portis and Kevin Knox. Bobby Portis drew the start in the last game and produced a solid fantasy line outside of his poor shooting (5-for-17 FG).

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Kevin Knox
    SF, New York Knicks

    Kevin Knox (sprained right ankle) was awful on Wednesday, going 2-for-10 from the field for six points, six rebounds and nothing else.

    Knox is not worth owning in fantasy right now and should be avoided like the plague due to the basket-load of negatives that he brings to the table and not enough upside. It looks like the former Summer League standout will be remembered just for that at this point in his career.