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Trey Burke entered Knicks’ starting 5 and became a new player

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — From Microwave to Passing Fancy, Trey Burke has gone from impersonating Vinnie Johnson to having more Magic Johnson in his game for the Knicks. It’s the natural progression when you go from bench guy to starter. “It’s a thin line. Coming off the bench, obviously you’re in a more strict role,” said Burke, who heads...
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All these injuries means Knicks coaches forced into practice

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — With Troy Williams suffering a fractured jaw and being scratched for what remains of the season, the injured and ailing were virtually as much a part of the Knicks landscape as healthy bodies Monday. So assistants Jerry Sichting, 61, Kurt Rambis, 60, and a couple kids, Corey Gaines, 52, and Howard Eisley, 45, were among...
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Trey Burke wants to bring back culture of winning to Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Trey Burke talks now as if he will be the Knicks’ starting point guard next season. Certainly he’s solidified his status as starter for the rest of this lost season with five games left. In his fourth straight start, Burke notched 18 points, 15 assists and just one turnover. Still, it amounted to their season’s...
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The unknowns surrounding Michael Beasley’s push for Knicks return

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Michael Beasley’s resurrection of his career is nearly complete. Whether it is enough for Knicks brass to make it a priority to keep him next season depends on many factors. Beasley said he wants to be back but knows it takes two to tango. The Knicks will have a gaping hole at power forward when...
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Knicks reach hideous new depths of losing

NY Post (Marc Berman) — As New York baseball entered boom times this week, the Knicks, after a three-game road trip, were back at the Garden on Saturday going bust. The Knicks reached another negative milestone, logging 50 losses for the fourth straight season in a 115-109 loss to the Pistons. The Knicks fell to 27-50 with five games left...
  • 55 days ago
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Stan Van Gundy’s message: My brother’s open to coaching again

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The always outspoken Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy took a dig at the Knicks for never giving Patrick Ewing an interview while saying his brother, ahem, could be available this offseason. Stan Van Gundy says his young brother still would be one of the best coaches in the NBA and has mulled returning to the...
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Phil Jackson’s triangle likely turned off free agents: Hornacek

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — It is no secret a lot of Knicks were not sold on the triangle offense in previous seasons. Coach Jeff Hornacek, who had been tasked with implementing the antiquated system under Phil Jackson, suspects the dislike went beyond the team — like to free agents who saw the offense as a negative. “I think it...
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Knicks’ Michigan duo can’t shake their NCAA-changing moment

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Five years and one vacated championship later, two of the principle players for Michigan, current Knicks teammates Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke, cherish their Final Four memories. Oh, and both maintain Burke did not foul on one of the key plays of the Wolverines’ 82-76 loss to Louisville in the 2013 national championship game...
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Tim Hardaway Jr. appreciates Jeff Hornacek let him call a play

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Tim Hardaway Jr. says his chance to draw up a play with a clipboard in the fourth quarter of a one-point game at Charlotte on Monday was genuine boost to his relationship with Jeff Hornacek. Nobody knows exactly what transpired to prompt Hornacek to spontaneously hand over the clipboard to the Knicks swingman, but Hardaway...
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Emmanuel Mudiay’s demotion is just what he needed

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Leave it to Walt Frazier to paint it most properly in Philadelphia. “Every time I give up on [Emmanuel] Mudiay,” the MSG Network analyst said, “he comes up with a good game.” It’s actually two good games, as Mudiay is suddenly thriving in his demoted role off the bench after crashing and burning as a...
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Enes Kanter guts it out after taking hard hit by countryman

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Enes Kanter could barely walk in the visitor’s locker room after Wednesday’s 118-101 Knicks loss to the 76ers still racked with back pain after a hard fall. He hobbled down the hallway for X-rays that were negative. It was as tough to watch as these past five Knicks seasons. The fact Kanter, who...
  • 58 days ago
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Knicks show just how far away they are from the 76ers’ level

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Everything’s changed at Wells Fargo Center except the moribund Knicks. The telltale sign is the paucity of Knicks jerseys in the crowd and lack of cheers for the road team. Once the Knicks’ home away from home during the depressing “Trust The Process’’ seasons, the Broad Street arena and its team are firing...
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Why Knicks still believe in their own complicated rookie point guard

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Frank Ntilikina’s rookie season has been a cakewalk compared with Philadelphia’s No. 1-overall pick, Markelle Fultz, who has reportedly battled an odd physical and mental issue that forced him to relearn his shot. After not playing since October, Fultz made his return Monday, when Ntilikina’s roller-coaster season saw a high and then a...
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Knick getting rookie treatment from refs, and Hornacek loves it

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Luke Kornet got paid the ultimate compliment from Jeff Hornacek. The Knicks coach has lobbied on the rookie center’s behalf with the officiating. In the back-to-back set Sunday and Monday against the Wizards and Hornets, Kornet banged bodies with two of the NBA’s behemoths in Marcin Gortat and Dwight Howard. And the lithe...
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The Knicks’ Jeff Hornacek rebellion is growing quickly

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It wasn’t hard reading lips when an irate Kyle O’Quinn screamed profanities at Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek on Friday at the Garden when he came to the bench. And it was evident when Joakim Noah laced into Hornacek and needed to be restrained last month at a Denver practice that the exiled...
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