Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley still question the New York Knicks’ playoff chances

Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley still question the New York Knicks’ playoff chances

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The New York Knicks are taking the league by storm. Julius Randle and the Knicks have won 8-2 in their last ten games and are also on an eight-game winning streak. They are sixth in the Eastern Conference and just a game behind Brooklyn Nets in fourth place. Last night, Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley and the rest of the Inside the NBA on TNT panel discussed the reality of the Knicks. Neither of them have very high expectations at all.

Despite their recent success, the Knicks still have doubts about what they can do long-term. Going into their eight-game winning streak, the Knicks were 10-13 and rumors swirled about the safety of head coach Tom Thibodeau’s job. Last night, Shaq and Chuck both agreed that the Knicks are not a team capable of making it through the first round of the playoffs.

NBA betting sites have the Knicks at (+15000) to win the finals this season.

Shaq on the Knicks: ‘I don’t think they’ll make it through a round of the playoffs’

Charles Barkley on the Knicks: “…I’m with you Shaq. Whoop-de-doo…they play great, but they’re not even the best team in town.”

— New York Basketball (@NBA_NewYork) December 21, 2022

Shaq and Chuck have serious doubts about the New York Knicks

At halftime of last night’s Warriors vs. Knicks game, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley had these comments about what they think the Knicks team can do going forward.

“I do not think so [the Knicks] may drop out of a round of the playoffs.” – Shaquille O’Neal

“But I’m with you Shaq, whoop-de-do, [Knicks] aren’t even the best team in the same state.” – Charles Barkley

Chuck would be referring to the 19-12 Brooklyn Nets, who will face the Warriors tonight after being routed 132-94 to the Knicks. On the positive side of Barkley, Julius Randle is having a much better season than last year. The off-season addition of Jalen Brunson has given Randle more open scoring chances than last season. Randle had to do a lot of his own recordings last season and Brunson opened the floor for him.

The last time the Knicks made it out of the first round of the playoffs was a decade ago in the 2012-13 season.

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