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The journeyman who sparked a Knicks offensive revival

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Instantly, Jarrett Jack understood everything he had ever heard. The hype was warranted. The buzz was confirmed. The Georgia Tech freshman walked into Madison Square Garden for the first time — 15 years ago this week, to face Marist — and walked out with a memory that still makes the 34-year-old smile like a kid....
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Courtney Lee on being a Pacers fan who loved John Starks, life without Phil

NY Post (Steve Serby) — Knicks guard Courtney Lee takes a shot at some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: How would you describe your hunger to win an NBA title? A: I would describe it as a lion in the jungle that had not eaten over months. If you watch me play, man, even if I’m having a...
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Knicks’ Jeff Hornacek: G-League can be good for Joakim Noah

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Joakim Noah could be line for more minutes — with the Westchester Knicks. Noah, who has played just three minutes with the big league Knicks since returning from his season-opening 12-game suspension, debuted with the team’s G-League affiliate Wednesday, scoring nine points, with five rebounds and four assists in 23 minutes. He may need to...
  • 51 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis in limbo with ankle injury

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Kristaps Porzingis showed no concern over his sprained right ankle, but the Knicks superstar still might not be ready to return Sunday afternoon against the Magic. Despite making progress on the ankle he badly turned Wednesday in a win over the Heat, Porzingis didn’t practice Friday, and remains day-to-day. “I’m feeling pretty good. I would...
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Porzingis gets good ankle news, then jokes with Jimmy Fallon

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis got good news Thursday on his right ankle, a negative MRI exam as the Knicks expected, according to sources. Hence, the show went on. Porzingis made his scheduled appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday — a six-minute segment during which nothing about his horrifying ankle scare Wednesday was raised....
  • 52 days ago
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How a Carmelo trade piece became Knicks’ biggest blessing

NY Post (Marc Berman) — There is no basketball metric for team spirit, joviality, being the perfect teammate. Esteemed Thunder general manager Sam Presti may now realize those qualities don’t come in the form of a basketball analytic. Knicks starting center Enes Kanter is a bundle of joy and energy. The Carmelo Anthony trade is more than two months old....
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This is what Courtney Lee looks like without Phil’s handcuffs

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Courtney Lee is averaging career highs in points, rebounds and assists. The Knicks swingman has been asked a handful of times this season why he seems a different, more active, more consistent player in his second season in New York. And though he didn’t want to diss former president Phil Jackson, Lee explained his production...
  • 52 days ago
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Dion Waiters was tempted by Knicks in free agency

NY Post (Marc Berman) — If Dion Waiters put the biggest priority on being close to home, he’d be a Knick and Tim Hardaway Jr. would be elsewhere. The Knicks chased Waiters, who scored 10 points on 3-of-10 shooting Wednesday, as an unrestricted free agent, but the shooting guard from Philly stuck with Miami, where he excelled last season. Waiters...
  • 52 days ago
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Enes Kanter snaps Knicks out of losing funk

NY Post (Jonathan Lehman) — Enes Kanter has had a busy week. And that was before he stepped back on the court, posted a dominant first-half double-double and received the lion’s share of credit for lifting the Knicks out of a losing skid. Kanter needed a mere two quarters Wednesday night to show all of the energy, rebounding tenacity and...
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Michael Beasley becoming a stabilizing force for Knicks

NY Post (Jonathan Lehman) — No one would confuse Kristaps Porzingis with Michael Beasley. If Porzingis is a unicorn, Beasley is some more bizarre creature, materializing at odd times in the mythical forest. But when the Knicks have been without Porzingis twice this season, and a de facto third time Wednesday night when Porzingis exited after 2:30 because of an...
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Knicks’ other injury worry: Frank Ntilikina’s ankle acting up again

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Frank Ntilikina’s rookie season took another turn in the wrong direction when he twisted his right ankle in Tuesday’s practice and missed his third game in the Knicks’ 115-86 win over Miami on Wednesday. It was the same ankle that sidelined him after the season opener for two games. Ntilikina, 19, said the injury isn’t...
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Porzingis scare: Reliving 20 minutes when Knicks’ season hung in balance

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Here are seven words you never want to come tumbling out of the mouth of your 7-foot-3 franchise cornerstone, the hope of the decade to come, the centerpiece around which you hope to someday build a contending team. “I felt my ankle touch the floor.” Ankles aren’t supposed to touch the floor, not unless you’re...
  • 53 days ago
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Knicks survive Porzingis scare in dominant victory over Heat

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks won the game and won the X-ray room. A night that started out as a potential disaster 2 ¹/₂ minutes in softened into something much less. Kristaps Porzingis’ right ankle bent horrifically, casting a pall over the Garden and leading to speculation he had suffered a season-ending break. But 25 minutes later, the...
  • 53 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis leaves game after cringeworthy ankle twist

NY Post (Jonathan Lehman) — Now the Knicks hold their breath. Kristaps Porzingis limped off the court with an nasty-looking right ankle injury in the opening minutes of the Knicks’ game Wednesday night against the Heat. The play happened with about 9:40 on the clock in the first quarter as Porzingis was trying to chase down a rebound. The Heat’s...
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A rusty Joakim Noah shows how far he’s plunged

NY Post (Marc Berman) — How the mighty have fallen. Center Joakim Noah continued to shake off the rust as he made his G League debut Wednesday morning with the Westchester Knicks against the Maine Red Claws. No, Noah didn’t hit double figures and was the third-highest scoring center on the team, but he logged 23 minutes, scoring nine points...
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