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Kristaps Porzingis out vs. Warriors with left knee injury

Newsday Kristaps Porzingis will miss Tuesday night's Knicks game against the Golden State Warriors with a left knee injury suffered on Monday in practice.
  • 298 days ago
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Knicks work on game plan to slow down Warriors

Newsday SAN FRANCISCO -- If the Knicks gave up 127 points to the Lakers on Sunday, how many are they going to give up to the Warriors on Tuesday night?
  • 299 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina again first option at point guard off the bench for Knicks

Newsday LOS ANGELES -- Frank Ntilikina went back to being the Knicks' first point guard off the bench after getting a quick hook Friday.
  • 300 days ago
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Knicks let their guard down in loss to Lakers

Newsday LOS ANGELES -- The Knicks let another winnable game get away from them because they didn't play defense.
  • 300 days ago
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Enes Kanter has fun on Twitter at LeBron James' expense

Newsday LOS ANGELES -- Enes Kanter enjoys poking fun at LeBron James on Twitter, and isn't worried about the consequences. But after his latest tweet directed at James, one of Kanter's former Thunder teammates told him he'd better watch out.
  • 300 days ago
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Tim Hardaway Jr. determined to lead Knicks to playoffs

Newsday LOS ANGELES -- Now that Tim Hardaway Jr. is healthy and back playing, he wants to help the Knicks reach the playoffs. That's his singular goal, and he won't be happy if the Knicks fall short.
  • 301 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina looks to rebound from his scoring schneid

Newsday LOS ANGELES -- Frank Ntilikina is his own harshest critic. He doesn't need any reminders when he doesn't do well, and he's the first to acknowledge when doesn't.
  • 301 days ago
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Tim Hardaway Jr.'s 31 points help Knicks defeat Jazz

Newsday SALT LAKE CITY -- The Knicks appeared to be suffering another meltdown, as they let a 10-point lead in the final two minutes dwindle to three.
  • 301 days ago
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Courtney Lee denies using inappropriate language that led to technical foul

Newsday SALT LAKE CITY -- Courtney Lee maintains he didn't direct "inappropriate language" at Memphis' Dillon Brooks Wednesday.
  • 302 days ago
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Porzingis on NBA All-Star voting breakdown: 'Players know'

Newsday SALT LAKE CITY - It was important to Kristaps Porzingis that the NBA players voted him third among Eastern Conference frontcourt players to start in the All-Star Game.
  • 302 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek comfortable with support from Knicks' front office

Newsday SALT LAKE CITY -- Knicks president Steve Mills and coach Jeff Hornacek left the arena floor together following shootaround and had a private conversation outside the visiting locker room on Friday.
  • 302 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis not voted as starter for NBA All-Star Game

Newsday Kristaps Porzingis was not voted as a starter for next month's NBA All-Star Game.
  • 303 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek demands better effort from the start of games

Newsday SALT LAKE CITY -- Jeff Hornacek wants to see much more fire and passion from the Knicks at the start and throughout games, and challenged his team to play with more pride.
  • 303 days ago
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Grizzlies hand Knicks another loss on road

Newsday MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- The Knicks' defense was nowhere to be found for three quarters. It finally showed up in the fourth, but it ended up being too little too late.
  • 303 days ago
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Tim Hardaway Jr. to play tonight for Knicks

Newsday MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Tim Hardaway Jr. will be back for the Knicks when they open their six-game road trip Wednesday night against the Grizzlies.
  • 304 days ago
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