Bullock was unable to play Thursday, but he still honored his transgender sister, who was found murdered in Baltimore in 2014.
Popper: Knicks again going down the wrong path
A lineup stocked with journeymen takes court nightly at the expense of the young players' development.
Popper: Robinson still raw, but growth impresses
Just what Robinson will be remains a mystery. Right now he is a shot-blocking force defensively. But he is still raw, prone to foul trouble on defense.
Steve Popper's 2020 Baseball HOF ballot
My ballot will include one first-time nominee, six holdovers and one who I had not voted for previously.
Popper: Barrett may be last hope for Knicks' brass
If the 19-year-old rookie isn't what they hoped he would be when they made him the No. 3 pick this past summer, then the franchise is back to square one.
Popper: Ntilikina beginning to show some positive signs
He has looked like a different player. He's still a defensive stalwart but also has shown more and more confidence in his shooting and even has gotten to the rim occasionally.
Popper: Raptors' Ujiri appears on Knicks' radar
Voices in Toronto fear that the Raptors' top front-office guru could be lured to New York.
Popper: Knox understands benching, accepts challenge
"I want him to take a big jump forward defensively and that's why I'm really being hard on him right now," Fizdale said of Knox.
Popper: With KP done, fans can go back to booing the Knicks
Knicks fans won't have their former face of the franchise at the Garden until next season.
Popper: Knicks could have kept Porzingis and changed culture
The team had means at its disposal to keep the star big man.
Popper: Poised Barrett looks like a Knicks prodigy
The rookie relished the big moments in the Knicks' loss to the Nets, especially going up against fellow Duke product Kyrie Irving.