Gavin Schall and Alex Wolfe host the Locked On Knicks podcast, giving you a daily look inside the New York Knicks and the NBA with all the latest news, insight and expertise. From Clyde-isms, to Julius Randle highlights, to rampant draft and free agency speculation, Alex and Gavin have you covered every day on Locked On Knicks, part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
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Where did the New York Knicks go so wrong on draft night? Is this all about Jalen Brunson? What's next for the Knickerbockers? Gavin Schall and Alex Wolfe team up to answer those questions and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcas... more
Well, that kind of sucked. The Knicks failed to trade up for Jaden Ivey, just missed on Johnny Davis and didn't appear particularly interested in Jalen Duren or AJ Griffin, so they did what they do best on draft night and maneuvered around and ended ... more
Alex and Gavin are rejoined by Ricky O'Donnell of SB Nation to get into Jaden Hardy, Ochai Agbaji, a player that Ricky thinks could have All-Star potential in the second round, a breakdown of centers that could be available around the Knicks' 42nd pi... more
Trade Julius and Fournier for whatever draft capital we can get. Tell Thibs that if Burks plays more than 20 minutes or gets any touches at point guard he gets traded. Run that back out together with whoever we draft #1. If that team can win 43 games we become an interesting young team for a star to want to play for.
Discovered these guys a few years back when I was sick of relying on sports talk radio for any semblance of intelligent Knicks discussion. While they are hopeful Knock fans they will still shoot it to you straight.
They brought this guy in to talk about the Knicks but he isn’t a fan. He goes by the numbers and doesn’t show any support or even attempt to see the bright side. It’s been a long road for the Knicks and their fan base. For Locked On to bring in someone that isn’t a Knicks fan, to talk everyday about them without any insight or history, drives me insane. I’ve been subscribed for a long time, I think now is the time for me to unsubscribe. Thanks
Too many commercials and I put the latest pod on and their talking about the Giants and Jets. If I wanted to listen to those teams pods I would search for them. Don’t ouch your other content on me.
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Locked On Knicks launched 6 years ago and published 1197 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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