Andrew is the Director of Compliance in the Fordham University Athletic Department. After graduating from Boston College and St. John’s Law School, Andrew worked as a teacher and assistant basketball coach at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains. He is also a licensed New York State attorney. Follow him on twitter at @AndrewSmithEsq .
Born and raised in NYC, Ben has memories of a time when the Knicks ruled the city… He was a sports writer for the Cornell Daily Sun as an undergrad at Cornell, and joined up with TKB soon thereafter.
Truthfully, Ben has never liked a girl as much as he likes the Knicks…
Myles is a senior at the Browning School in Manhattan, NY. He currently resides in Harlem with his mother and older sister. Myles is grateful for the opportunity to write for the biggest and most consistent outlet of Knicks information on the web and hopes to make a career out of sports media and journalism specifically.
Myles has been contributing on TheKnicksBlog.com since 2008 and has been a Knick fan since he can remember. Introduced to the team by his father at a young age, Myles has been infatuated with the team ever since. Myles also supports the Mets, Jets, and Syracuse Orange.
Myles is extremely excited for the “new era” of Knicks basketball and looks forward to continuing to interact with some of the best fans in the world on one of the best websites in the world.
Chris grew up in a family of six in Crestwood, NY. A baseball and basketball player in high school, Chris attended Regis High School on a full academic scholarship. Upon graduation from Regis in 2005, Chris went on to attend Boston College where he was an assistant to the varsity women’s basketball
team. As a student in the Carroll School of Management, Chris graduated with degrees in both accounting and finance and is now an associate at one of the Big Four accounting firms in New York.
Chris has been contributing on TheKnicksBlog.com since 2008 and has enjoyed every minute of it. Given the opportunity to chat about sports, Chris is usually an outspoken person, especially when it comes to the Mets or the Knicks. He very much appreciates all of the support that he has received from readers of the site and hopes to continue discussing and debating basketball with them in the future.
If you wish to contact Chris, you can find him on Facebook or simply send him a message on TheKnicksBlog.com.