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Kristaps Porzingis isn’t buying doubters’ Knicks narrative

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — To many on the outside looking in, the Knicks should be sellers at the NBA trading deadline. But to some on the inside, including All-Star Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks should be buyers and try for the team’s first playoff spot since 2013. “Of course,” Porzingis said, when asked if it is his wish the Knicks...
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Phil Jackson’s huge mistake is new Knicks regime’s huge test

NY Post (George Willis) — It’s time for Steve Mills and Scott Perry to use their skills. They have to figure out some way to shed Joakim Noah from the Knicks without costing anything tangible beside money. It’s time for Noah to go. The 6-foot-11 center wasn’t at Knicks practice on Monday, but created more of a fuss than any...
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The Knicks’ options as Joakim Noah fight becomes clearer

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The Knicks players had long since left the court Monday in Tarrytown. Coach Jeff Hornacek discussed topics ranging from his former coach Jerry Sloan, ex-Knicks and Suns executive Al Bianchi, plus famed NBA fights, both verbal and physical, through the years. Hornacek was summoned for an organizational meeting. No one provided details on what the...
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Joakim Noah isn’t going to make this easy

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — Will he give the Knicks some money back? Noah way. Joakim Noah will not give the Knicks a break on the two and a half years and roughly $45 million still remaining on his contract, ESPN reported Monday, as the Knicks seek a way out of the money owed the disgruntled veteran. According to the...
  • 50 days ago
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Rest of NBA thinks it’s time for Knicks to start selling

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The NBA trade deadline arrives one week from Thursday, so there remains roughly a week and a half for rumor mongers to enjoy the most wonderful time of their year. So for a week and a half, teams must decide to either buy, sell or stand pat in what could be an active trade session....
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Evidence that Ntilikina demotion can work is in front of Knicks’ eyes

NY Post (Marc Berman) — According to Knicks rookie shooting guard Damyean Dotson, the G-League exists to help confidence — not hurt. While the Knicks are so far reluctant to give rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina a game in Westchester — perhaps not to bruise his ego — Dotson just came off a two-week stint. The Knicks’ 2017 second-round pick...
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Why original ‘LaVar Ball’ didn’t follow Trey Burke to Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Trey Burke isn’t the only one who has changed since his Utah days. So has his father, Benji Burke, a Division II scholarship player at Northwest Missouri State who coached his son throughout AAU and moonlighted briefly as his agent. During Burke’s Jazz stint, Benji was active on Twitter — too active, he admits. According...
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The positives Jeff Hornacek found from a wobbly West Coast trip

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The last taste of the West was a sweet one. The Knicks shut down the Suns on Friday in a defensive gem, and coach Jeff Hornacek sang the praises of his team. Hornacek lauded the leadership of co-captain Lance Thomas, the doggedness of both Tim Hardaway Jr. and former Michigan teammate Trey Burke, and the...
  • 51 days ago
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A move that would benefit Trey Burke and Frank Ntilikina

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks came home from their six-game trip against the Western Conference without Joakim Noah and with a vexing point-guard deployment issue. How much should Trey Burke play? The answer: A lot. The recently signed point-guard whiz, Burke closed out the western swing with two straight 18-point games, Thursday in Denver and a victory Friday...
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The Grizzlies are likely tanking, which could be bad for the Knicks

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — One of the most fascinating things to watch during the stretch run of this NBA season will be the bottom of the league standings. This could be one of the deepest drafts for elite prospects in recent history, but with about 30-35 games left in the season, there is little clarity among the worst teams...
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Enes Kanter traded haymakers in another social media feud

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — If there were an award for best social media villain in the NBA, Enes Kanter would firmly be in the running for it this season. Shortly after the Knicks blasted the Suns on Friday night, Kanter took a shot at Devin Booker, the Phoenix star who was ejected from the game after shoving Kanter. “Hold...
  • 52 days ago
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Players-only meeting sparks Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — With the sun setting on their season and a respected veteran bolting the trip, Knicks co-captain Lance Thomas spoke up at a players-only breakfast meeting at the hotel Friday morning before the Knicks’ 107-85 win in the Valley of the Sun. Thomas lit into the team with a speech about the need to...
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‘Need that little dirtiness’: Kanter gets tough as Booker tossed

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — Knicks center Enes Kanter was a bully inside, scoring 20 points with 10 boards, but his blocked shot on a Devin Booker drive was the best damage he wrought Friday night. A Kanter-Booker dustup led to the ejection of the Suns star in the Knicks’ 107-85 victory at Talking Stick Resort Arena. Kanter...
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Trey Burke, players meeting spark Knicks in road-trip finale

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — With the sun setting on their season and a respected veteran bolting the trip, Knicks co-captains Lance Thomas and Courtney Lee called a players meeting at the hotel the morning of Friday’s contest in the Valley of the Sun. Something must have worked as the Knicks’ defensive energy flowed and they salvaged the...
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Joakim Noah leaves Knicks in dark over return date

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — Joakim Noah may not rejoin the Knicks until next Thursday in Milwaukee, according to a person familiar with the situation. Noah still has family and friends in nearby Chicago and it is where his charity foundation “Noah’s Arc” is located and run by his mother. Unhappy with his invisible role, with the Golden...
  • 53 days ago
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