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Which recent lottery pick got a better review from Knicks brass?

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Frank Ntilikina needs to become a better outside shooter. It’s that simple, according to the Knicks brass. As the team gears up for another draft with a certified top-five pick, Knicks executives still proclaim high hopes for their past two lottery picks: Ntilikina and rookie Kevin Knox. Judging by the lukewarm praise Wednesday from team...
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Knicks on clock to back up all the hype

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — They stand by the letter of their letter. For now, that is how we must judge Steve Mills and Scott Perry, the men tasked with building the Knicks out of this ash heap of a 17-65 season. Both men insist that the 279-word missive that was sent to season-ticket holders earlier this month over their...
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Knicks exec on star chase: ‘A lot of guys are interested in New York’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Whether it’s winning the draft lottery, or signing Kevin Durant and a star companion, or making trades to ease into their massive salary-cap space, Knicks president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry won’t back off from the giant optimism displayed in a recent letter to season-ticket holders. “I firmly believe [in] what we’re doing,...
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The random call that put Patrick Ewing back on Knicks’ draft side

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks owner James Dolan had a brainstorm in late March, and it turned into Patrick Ewing being on the lottery dais in Chicago representing the franchise on May 14. According to Knicks president Steve Mills, Dolan gave him a random phone call a few weeks ago that could turn into the good-luck charm that brings...
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Awkward clue Kevin Durant is leaving the Warriors

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — Kevin Durant isn’t voicing his summer plans, but his body language tells a story Knicks fans can only dream. The Golden State Warriors star — presumably until free agency in July — sat through a recent CBS “60 Minutes” interview alongside teammates that doubled as a torture session he seemingly couldn’t wait to escape. There...
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This will take Mitchell Robinson’s game to a scary level

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks center Mitchell Robinson dazzled the coaching staff with his knack for blocking 3-point shots during his rookie season. Among all of the rookie shot-blocking and field-goal percentage records he set, Robinson also led the NBA with 24 blocked 3-pointers. Now the goal for 2019-20 is for Robinson to launch his own 3-point shots. Robinson...
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Zion Williamson declares for NBA draft as Knicks waiting game begins

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — For months, it had been considered just as many of his terrific highlights — a slam dunk without question — and on Monday evening, Zion Williamson finally made the obvious official. The Duke freshman phenom, whose freakish athleticism, scintillating dunks and venerable personality starred the center of the college basketball season, announced on Instagram his...
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Durant may be answer to Knicks veterans’ Allonzo Trier disdain

NY Post (Marc Berman) — If Kevin Durant becomes a Knick, rookie guard Allonzo Trier will have at least one teammate who will like him. Trier admitted last week he’s “absolutely’’ hoping the Knicks can land his mentor from Oklahoma City, where the Arizona product attended two years of high school. However, according to multiple sources connected to the Knicks,...
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Now hear this: New York’s loudest sports moments

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — I won’t pretend this is any kind of complete list. I have no idea, for instance, what the old Polo Grounds sounded like in 1921 and ’22 when the Yankees and the Giants played every World Series game there. I never set foot inside Ebbets Field or the Old Garden, so I can’t tell you...
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Patrick Ewing officially tapped to represent Knicks at NBA draft lottery

NY Post (Marc Berman) — On the morning of the NBA playoffs, the Knicks touted their May 14th lottery by announcing team legend/Georgetown head coach Patrick Ewing will represent the team on the dais. “The Big Fella” was drafted by New York with the number one pick in 1985 after the Knicks won the NBA’s first-ever draft lottery that year....
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David Fizdale on Knicks’ free-agency work: ‘All hands on deck’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — David Fizdale didn’t win many games this season with his coaching, but his biggest victory could come in July if he hits it out of the park in his recruiting spiel to marquee free agents. “All hands on deck — it’s a big summer for us,’’ the Knicks coach said Friday when asked, during an...
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Knicks are counting on Patrick Ewing to deliver Zion Williamson

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — Patrick Ewing is no longer the Knicks’ “secret” draft lottery weapon. The team’s last No. 1 overall pick will be the one trying to help the Knicks land their next one at the NBA draft lottery on May 14. Ewing, currently the head coach at Georgetown, will represent the Knicks on the dais, The Post’s...
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Heartbreaking moment Derrick Rose learned of Knicks trade

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — Before he beamed about being a Knick, before he went AWOL and before he severed ties with the franchise after one messy season, came the stunning but seemingly expected phone call that changed Derrick Rose’s life. “Pooh: The Derrick Rose Story” revealed the stressful moments the former MVP endured before the Bulls shipped him off...
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Breaking down what the future could look like for current Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Team president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry were holding exit interviews with Knicks players Thursday and Friday to discuss each player’s uncertain future. Coach David Fizdale expects “a very different’’ roster in 2019-20. Several of the team’s free agents to be will be impacted by whether the Knicks add two marquee free agents...
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David Fizdale shows how Knicks can sell rookies to free agents

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It didn’t end with “One Shining Moment’’ Wednesday for the Knicks three rookies: Kevin Knox, Mitchell Robinson and Allonzo Trier. In the season finale, Knox shot 3-of-12 and 0-for-6 on 3s. Robinson’s block streak ended at 38 games as the night belonged to Detroit strongman Andre Drummond. Trier sat out with a calf/knee issue that...
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