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Trail Blazers 118, Knicks 114: ‘Good loss’

Posting and Toasting (The Ghost of Kristaps Past) — The Knicks battled hard and came up with another quality loss bringing them one step closer to Zion. The Knicks aren’t about winning games this year. Steve Mills and Scott Perry have been saying it since the beginning of their marriage atop the Knicks’ front office hierarchy. David Fizdale hasn’t shut the fuck up about it since he was appointed the Knicks’ 583rd head coach in the...
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Trail Blazers 118, Knicks 114: Scenes from a night of flairs and gut punches

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — What goes up must come down. The Knicks debuted their 12th different starter of the season tonight. Their opponent, the Western Conference-leading Portland Trail Blazers, have had but one starting five. It was chaos versus order at Madison Square Garden. In a no less WTF juxtaposition, before the game Enes Kanter spoke to the crowd to encourage them to think of others and practice...
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Game Preview: Knicks vs. Trail Blazers- 11/20/18

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Oh cool, best in the west. Well hello there, game day friends. Here comes the Brooklyn before Brooklyn was Brooklyn that we call “Portland”. The Trail Blazers (11-5) have won seven of their last ten and are currently in a tie for the best record in the West. Portland is not the type to take an opponent for granted, but that seems mostly relevant when the opponent is .500 or better. So...
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Wassup in Westchester: W-Knicks lose despite 27 points from Luke Kornet

Posting and Toasting (ArdenFranklyn) — Big Luke. While many will agree that “all good things must come to an end”, it doesn’t make it easier for when it happens. And despite the Westchester Knicks (5-3) only playing eight games so far, they’ve displayed a lot of potential which soon resulted in a three game winning streak. But it wasn’t enough as they saw it snapped by the Erie BayHawks (3-5), via their 113-106 home loss on...
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How David Fizdale is impacting the Knicks’ players and style of play

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — When is bad good? When it’s better than worse. A little over six months ago, the Knicks hired David Fizdale. The job description called for winning someday, sure, but the initial objective was to fumigate the stench of business-as-usual that’s stunk up this franchise predating the current ownership (honestly, other than the 1990s and half of the 1970s, the Knicks have mostly been meh). By...
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Magic 131, Knicks 117: 'No defenseball?'

Posting and Toasting (The Ghost of Kristaps Past) — A night where the Knicks unsurprisingly continued to hemmorhage points Playing defense in the NBA is harder than it’s ever been. Contact is, for all intents and purposes, forbidden, refs turn a blind eye to moving screens, you have to crash down into the paint on drives and be able to recover out to shooters beyond the arc, etc. The current rules and points of emphasis the league has put...
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Magic 131, Knicks 117: Scenes from a Grade-A Fake Comeback

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Another tank-tastic loss Fake comebacks: they’re set to be all the rage this winter. In true New York fashion, nobody pulls off that look better than our Knicks . Our guys went down by as much as 18 tonight, especially in a very ugly first quarter. But the kids fought back, narrowing the Magicians’ lead to as little as three points in the fourth quarter before ultimately folding down the...
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Game Preview: Knicks at Magic - 11/18/18

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Up to their old tricks. Didn’t the Knicks just get undone by these jerks?! Or is there a seam ripper chasing this season’s stitch in time? Orlando (8-8) is seventh in the East right now and faces a shaky New York (4-12) team for the second half of a SEGABABA. The Knicks are hoping to hit the brakes tonight for fear of losing their fifth consecutive game. Tank be damned, this team is...
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Wassup in Westchester: John Jenkins scores 35 in W-Knicks win

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Another big game for Jenkins. The following article was written by new poster Arden Franklyn. — Joe If there’s anything to be noted about the Westchester Knicks (5-2) this season, it’s their ability to score. Regardless of who it is and where it’s from, the Knicks will certainly put the ball in the basket. And that trait was on huge display as the Knicks ended their first road trip of...
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Enes Kanter: It’s Complicated

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Be frustrated. But don’t be mad. You don’t like when your team loses. When your team happens to be the youngest in the league, your tastes change: not only do you dislike losing, you grow nuanced about it. You’d rather lose with young players who have lessons to learn and growth to grow, because at least then there’s a chance today’s suffering pays off tomorrow. Teams who aren’t trying to...
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Pelicans 129, Knicks 124: “Word.”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — AD NYK Have you ever seen a pelican walk? FRIDAY NIGHT HUSTLE! #doitBIG pic.twitter.com/rWSRzOw0Ub — New Orleans Pelicans (@PelicansNBA) November 17, 2018 Seductive and uncomfortable. A lot of the Knicks’ 129-124 defeat at the New Orleans Pelicans was seductive. A lot to like about what went into building and holding a lead for 45 minutes after not leading after any quarter for...
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Pelicans 129, Knicks 124: Scenes from a quality loss

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Remember, they’re just kids! Sometimes young teams play beyond their years. The Knicks are the youngest team in the league. Tonight they did not play beyond their years. They played exactly like you’d expect a high-energy, but ultimately very young team to play. Oh, and the Pelicans happen to have the best power forward on the planet in Anthony Davis , and he sure as hell played like...
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Game Preview: Knicks at Pelicans - 11/16/18

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — AD the Voice. Whew boy. It just don’t come easy for the Knickerbockers. New York (4-11) travels to New Orleans (7-7) tonight. Anthony Davis — if for some reason you made it here to this website and remain blissfully unaware — is one the top two or three players in the league on both sides of the ball, and his compadre Jrue Holiday is no slouch either. New Orleans is putting up the...
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Knicks Links 11/16/18: Catching up on the cruddy week that was

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Also: Getting to know Mitch Rob and Iso Zo Those losses just keep piling up, huh? Now’s a good time to decompress and read some of the good things that have been written about the Knicks lately (not at your favorite blog Posting and Toasting, of course, since you’ve already read all of those. Right?). Here’s something to listen to while you read: What’s up with the ’Bockers today? ...
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Drew’s Clues: Inaugural Investigation

Posting and Toasting (Drew Steele) — Created by Dick Wolf In the New York Knicks organization, there are two separate but equally important groups. The coaches, who implement the system, and the players, who execute the actions. The results of these actions are measured by statistics. These are their stories. DUN DUN . Oh, you thought the pun titles were over? They are undefeated, NEVA LOST. If I could find a way...
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