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Trey Burke talks career rebirth, meditation and life with Knicks

NY Post (Steve Serby) — Knicks point guard Trey Burke takes a shot at some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: Describe your on-court mentality. A: It varies. When I start the game, it’s a little mellow. It’s not as rowdy, as hype as it is midway through the second quarter or midway through the third quarter or even...
  • 47 days ago
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Jarrett Jack sighting can’t save Knicks from another ugly loss

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Among the buzzwords for the Knicks in yet another lottery-bound season are youth and development. But Saturday at the Garden, against the playoff-bound Bucks — OK, the playoff-bound Bucks who were without their best player — it was the elder statesman of the group, Jarrett Jack, who led the way for the banged-up Knicks. And...
  • 48 days ago
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It wasn’t just rookie’s scoring breakout that opened Knicks’ eyes

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Oh, in case you were wondering, Knicks rookie Damyean Dotson defended, too. Dotson, the Knicks’ second-round pick — No. 44 overall — last June, is regarded as a potentially solid, two-way, 6-foot-5 wing player. So before he went out Friday and carved a career night in virtually every way, he was given his prime assignment...
  • 48 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina’s strength training starting to pay dividends

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek knows Frank Ntilikina needs to get stronger next season. But his physical growth already has started. Hornacek revealed the skinny 6-foot-5, 19-year-old Frenchman has put on eight pounds since the start of the season. That development, he believes, has helped him on the offensive side, too. “You could see some of...
  • 48 days ago
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Dwyane Wade talks up old coach who may succeed Jeff Hornacek

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Dwyane Wade believes the Knicks have a better shot at his former assistant coach, David Fizdale, than his former teammate, LeBron James, when those two become free agents this summer. Back with the Heat after the Cavaliers traded him to Miami in February, Wade heard about a new billboard hanging from a building near the...
  • 49 days ago
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Knicks’ other rookie pours in 30 in blowout win over Heat

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks’ other rookie guard lit up the Garden in historic fashion. Shooting guard Damyean Dotson, the Knicks’ second-round pick last June, erupted for his career-high 30 points in 32 minutes, hauling in 11 rebounds as the Knicks destroyed the listless Heat, 122-98, on Friday night. He’s the first Knicks rookie since Patrick Ewing to...
  • 49 days ago
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Knicks find levity with unpredictable Michael Beasley

NY Post (Marc Berman) — While the season’s last edition of “The Hornacek Experience” on MSG Network finishes up Friday night, the Knicks have a new online show with an unlikely host: Michael Beasley. The “Walking Bucket Show” — crafted after Beasley’s self-proclaimed nickname — features small forward Troy Williams as Beasley’s first guest. Beasley asks him several offbeat...
  • 49 days ago
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Enes Kanter not ready to pull the cord on his Knicks season

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Enes Kanter isn’t sure he can make it back from his wrist and back woes this season, but he plans to try. The Knicks’ injured center said it would be selfish to think about shutting himself down or concentrate on this summer’s contract decisions while there are still four games remaining — including a pair...
  • 49 days ago
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Where Ntilikina must improve if he’s to survive in the NBA

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — This has been an adjustment year for Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina, with nothing tougher than getting accustomed to how quickly the bigger, faster NBA players close out on shooters. But after watching the French teenager struggle with his offense, Jeff Hornacek is convinced he can adjust — and having him over the summer would help....
  • 49 days ago
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Sign near MSG asks for LeBron to join Knicks

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — First it was The Decision to join the Heat and then the homecoming with the Cavaliers. Will the kingdom in New York City be next for LeBron James? A New York City marketing company, NYC Ads Co., is trying to do its part to make it so. It laid down a challenge to the Cavaliers...
  • 50 days ago
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Knicks will have one big position hole to fill and fix in offseason

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks new leadership tandem of Steve Mills and Scott Perry face a ton of uncertainty with their roster for next season — and the center position may become as big a concern as any. How ironic is that? The Knicks started the season with a glut at center after the Carmelo Anthony trade netted...
  • 50 days ago
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Courtney Lee goes all-in with angry Jeff Hornacek defense

NY Post (Marc Berman) — A combative Courtney Lee avidly defended Jeff Hornacek’s performance with the coach’s stint possibly down to its final four games. Lee called the season “a rollercoaster,’’ but said the ride conductor is not to be blamed. Instead, Lee said the Knicks’ downfall was because of injuries to their top two guns: Tim Hardaway Jr. (stress...
  • 51 days ago
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This G-League coach could be in line for Knicks job

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Maybe there’s a silver lining to the disappointing night suffered by the Westchester Knicks, who were eliminated from the G-League playoffs Monday in the first round by the Raptors 905. For the second straight season, the Raptors 905 have been guided by head coach Jerry Stackhouse, who may get an interview for the Knicks job,...
  • 51 days ago
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Inside crying Knicks fan’s 180 on draft pick who proved him wrong

NY Post (Marc Berman) — He didn’t cry this time. But he wanted to. Jordan, the now 12-year-old Knicks fan known as “The Crying Kid,” had just shut off the television the night of Feb. 6. Homework was extra heavy that night, so Jordan missed the play, missed Kristaps Porzingis leaping over Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo for a dunk and...
  • 52 days ago
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Knicks hear boos in rout but may have helped their lottery seeding

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks were embarrassed by the obscure likes of rookies Khem Birch, Wes Iwundu and Jamel Artis, whom the club cut after the first game of preseason. In an offensive dud in which they shot just 34.9 percent, the Knicks were booed off the court after being taken out by the awful Magic, 97-73, Tuesday...
  • 52 days ago
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