The New York Knicks played four games this week and were able to pull out victories in two of them. The first game was a home matchup against the Washington Wizards, where they squeaked out a 100-97 win.
The Knicks proceeded to lose their next two games, both at home, against the Utah Jazz and Atlanta Hawks, respectively. This ended New York’s homestand and sent the team to Charlette, where they were able to put up 120 points in a dominating victory.
This was a week in Knicks basketball that had some exciting moments. We saw RJ Barrett continue to dominate as he had TWO 30-point games, and we saw Evan Fournier break John Starks’ franchise record for most three-pointers made in a season.
In addition, to fan’s delight, Obi Toppin had a career game against the Hornets as a result of Julius Randle’s absence.
Who was the best player for the New York Knicks from March 18-24th?
With that being said, who deserves the Daily Knicks Player of the Week? With some great New York moments in recent games, there are plenty of options to choose from.