Once a Knick, Always a Knick – 2022 NBA Playoffs Edition

After a return to the post-season in 2021, the New York Knicks missed the playoffs in 2022. That sucks, but the Knicks do have a large presence in this year’s playoffs with 19 active players who are former Knicks and 5 current head coaches, who played for Knicks.

Bobby Portis, Bucks (66 games – 2019-20)

Thanasis Antetokounmpo*, Bucks (2 games – 2016)

Wesley Matthews, Bucks (2 games – 2019)

Luke Kornet, Celtics (66 games – 2017-19)

DeAndre Jordan, 76ers (19 games – 2019)

Danilo Gallinari*, Hawks (157 games – 2008-2011)

Kevin Knox*, Hawks (195 games (2018-22)

Elfrid Payton, Suns (108 games – 2019-21)

Reggie Bullock, Mavs (94 games – 2019-21)

Trey Burke, Mavs (69 games – 2017-19)

Tim Hardaway Jr*, Mavs (254 games – 2013-15, 2017-19)

Frank Ntilikina*, Mavs (211 games – 2017-21)

Theo Pinson, Mavs (17 games – 2020-21)

Austin Rivers, Nuggets (21 games – 2020-21)

Marcus Morris, Clippers (43 games – 2019-20)

Willy Hernangómez, Pelicans (98 games – 2016-2018)

Jared Harper, Pelicans (8 games – 2020-21)

Doug McDermott, Spurs (55 games – 2017-18)

Danuel House, Jazz (1 game – 2021-22)

*represents players drafted by the Knicks

Coaches who played for Knicks

Doc Rivers, 76ers (99 games – 1992-95)

Jason Kidd, Mavs (76 games – 2012-13)

Monty Williams*, Suns (55 games – 1994-96)

Billy Donovan, Bulls (44 games – 1987-88)

Ime Udoka, Celtics (8 games – 2005-06)

Mike is an alum of the University of Cincinnati and the ultimate sports nerd.

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