Why the Knicks of the ’90s Are a Timeless Team

Why the Knicks of the ’90s Are a Timeless Team

Author Paul Knepper explains why that classic lineup remains an obsession for so many.


This week we are talking to Paul Knepper, author of the book The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All. We talk the Knicks, Pat Riley, John Starks, Anthony Mason and whether this team was badder than the Bad Boys of the ’80s.

We also have Choice Words about the latest news in the efforts to wrest justice from the clutches of the Washington Football Team. Then we have Jake’s Takes as well as an NBA preview session! 

Paul Knepper
Twitter: @paulieknep

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