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Isaiah Hartenstein

Isaiah Hartenstein

#55C,
Pts
7.8
Reb
8.3
Ast
2.5
Bio
Height/Weight: 7' 0"/250 lbs
Born: Eugene, Oregon
Draft: 2017 2nd round (13th pick) by the
  • ClutchPoints | New York Knicks News

    Knicks fans roast Stephen A. Smith for clueless Quentin Grimes, Isaiah Hartenstein takes

    Jalen Brunson and the New York Knicks have been impressive in navigating a slew of injuries as of late, holding strong in the upper portion of the Eastern Conference playoff picture despite the recent unfortunate news that power forward Julius Randle would miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury sustained during a late January game vs the Miami Heat. One person who loves what he's seeing from New York is none other than occasional Knicks fan and ESPN Sports media personality Stephen A. Smith, who recently took to his own The Stephen A. Smith Show to explain what he's enjoyed in watching the Knicks as of late.

  • Forbes

    What Should Isaiah Hartenstein's Next Contract Look Like?

    Isaiah Hartenstein has been a ray of sunshine in what has been a season brimming with positivity (and injuries) for the New York Knicks. After starting only 14 games in the first five years of his career, Hartenstein has started 46 this year for New York while Mitchell Robinson was down for the count, and he's played so well during that stretch that he currently boasts the second-best Defensive Estimated Plus-Minus in the entire league (per Dunks & Threes). All of his recent success has magnified the importance of Hartenstein's impending unrestricted free agency. Like we did with Malik Monk, in this article, we use three different methods for projecting average annual contract value to try and pinpoint a reasonable range for Hartenstein's next deal.

  • Bulls Wire

    Could the Chicago Bulls convince the New York Knicks to part with center Mitchell Robinson?

    We're skeptical the Bulls have a player that would interest New York, but the deal proposed might be what it would take to pry him loose.