Surely you're kidding. There is nothing in the Fourth Amendment about knock-and-announce. The warrant gives law enforcement the right to enter in any way they see fit.
Or are you merely arguing the contrarian position?
No-knock raids, absent demonstrable exigent circumstances, are patently unreasonable since they provide the target of the raid no means to determine within a meaningful timeframe whether the people entering the property are doing so legally, or whether they are dangerous criminals who should be shot immediately.
There are some situations, such as hostage rescue, where the risks posed by such tactics are outweighed by the necessity of rescuing innocents. For the most part, though, no-knock raids subject people to unnecessary and unreasonable danger.
Agree with the ruling? Wait until it's your door that is broken down in the middle of the night because Billy Bob, the town Deputy, got the wrong house or the wrong street.
Innocent people will get killed as a result of this ruling when Billy Bob simply breaks through the door and grandpa pulls out the shotgun next to his bed.
The Fourth Amendment is there to protect grandpa and the "conservative" court just found him guilty because his house number is wrong.