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Knicks end tumultuous week with needed win over Pistons

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Considering the controversies that emerged last week involving Spike Lee and the “sell the team” chants directed at James Dolan, winning three out of five on this completed homestand at least represents a small dose of on-court progress. The Knicks closed out a tumultuous week at home with no more discernible negative chants and a...
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Derrick Rose delivers blunt Knicks take: ‘Nobody can be bad forever’

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Derrick Rose had some pointed things to say about Steve Mills, Phil Jackson and his brief time in New York in his 2019 book, “I’ll Show You.” The injured Rose was back at the Garden on Sunday with the Pistons, less than a week after another prominent Rose, former super-agent Leon Rose, took over for...
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Dennis Smith Jr. nearing return to Knicks’ lineup — again

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Dennis Smith Jr. is nearing a return — again. The Knicks point guard practiced for the first time Saturday since sustaining a concussion against the 76ers on Feb. 27, which cost him the past four games. He is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Pistons at the Garden, awaiting final clearance to get out of...
  • 90 days ago
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Why Kenny Atkinson and the Knicks may be a perfect match

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Leon Rose, meet Kenny Atkinson. The new Knicks president was likely already plenty familiar with Atkinson, who was represented by Creative Artists Agency (where Rose was co-head of the basketball division before he took the Knicks job), but now the newly fired Nets coach may be viewed in a different light by Rose — as...
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Former Knick Stephon Marbury backs Spike Lee in feud against MSG

NY Post (Tashara Jones) — Knicks alum Stephon Marbury is siding with Spike Lee in the filmmaker’s battle with the team’s owner, Jim Dolan.
  • 91 days ago
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Nets’ coaching possibilities after Kenny Atkinson firing

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — In a Saturday surprise, the Nets fired wildly popular head coach Kenny Atkinson after the point-guard whisperer helped rebuild the organization in three-plus seasons. For now, Brooklyn is turning to assistant Jacques Vaughn as the interim head coach as the Nets battle for a second straight trip to the postseason. Barring they win it all,...
  • 91 days ago
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Rich Kleiman’s Mark Jackson obsession could spark Knicks, Nets coaching war

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Back when he was about 13 years old, native New Yorker Rich Kleiman was so obsessed with then-Knicks point guard Mark Jackson that he once posed as agent Leigh Steinberg and placed a crank call to former GM Ernie Grunfeld and scouting director Dick McGuire. Steinberg was then the rep for Greg Anthony, who was...
  • 91 days ago
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Leon Rose arrival means Knicks can shoot for stars like Chris Paul

NY Post (Marc Berman) — As Chris Paul walked into the Garden on Friday night in his gray-and-green sweatsuit, an NBA cameraman asked the 10-time All-Star point guard about rumors that have him being traded from the Thunder to the Knicks. “They trying to take some of that attention away from that Spike Lee stuff,” Paul cracked. Then, almost affirming...
  • 91 days ago
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Knicks’ Frank Ntilikina seemingly avoids another injury

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Frank Ntilikina is on injury watch again. The Knicks point guard left Friday’s 126-103 loss to the Thunder at the Garden in the second quarter with a strained right ankle, though he returned to play just over four minutes in the fourth quarter. “I think [he’s OK],” interim coach Mike Miller said. “We’ll see what...
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Knicks passed on emerging Thunder star Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — RJ Barrett and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander plan to be playing together this summer for Team Canada at the Olympics. The Knicks will get a look at what could have been had they picked a different Kentucky product. In the 2018 NBA Draft, the Knicks grabbed Kevin Knox with the ninth overall pick. Two slots later, the...
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Chris Paul weighs in on Spike Lee controversy with Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Thunder point guard Chris Paul wrote a dedication message to Spike Lee on his sneakers — which read “Do the Right Thing.’’ Paul, who scored 21 points with 12 assists, three steals, three rebounds and one turnover, wished the boycotting Knicks superfan had been at the Garden for the Thunder’s 126-103 rout Friday. Paul had...
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Knicks hammered by Thunder in latest MSG beatdown

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The Knicks lost. Some fans chanted “sell the team.” Wash, rinse, repeat. Friday featured an all-too-familiar scene at the Garden, with the Knicks getting blown out, 126-103, by the Thunder in a lackluster effort. The Knicks (19-44) lost for the eighth time in 10 games as their miserable season limps toward the home stretch. Fans...
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Joakim Noah getting another shot at NBA with Clippers

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — Joakim Noah is going Hollywood for his next NBA chance. The former Knicks and Bulls center agreed to a deal with the Clippers on Friday, according to ESPN. The oft-injured free agent will join the team on a 10-day contract next week with the hopes he will finish the season with the club, the report...
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James Dolan is getting some help at MSG

NY Post (Marc Berman) — James Dolan is getting some much-needed help around him. With the ongoing split of the Madison Square Garden Company into an entertainment company and a sports company, Andrew Lustgarten will be promoted to president and CEO of the business end of MSG’s sports firm, it was announced on Friday morning. Dolan, whose been in the...
  • 92 days ago
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The disturbing pattern around James Dolan’s pettiness

NY Post (Phil Mushnick) — The earth can be both round and flat. Consider the greatest of American eats, and the second most popular final meal choice among death row inmates, pizza. Pizza pies are round and flat. Oh, the most popular request by those about to be executed is, “What are you out of?” How much would you pay...
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