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These feel like brand-new Knicks — which is good, unless it’s not

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Perhaps it was just a coincidence, but there wasn’t a cloud in the sky above the Knicks’ practice facility in Westchester County on Monday afternoon. There was a soft breeze blowing, and a bright sun left over from summer. There probably haven’t been five nicer days all year. Coincidence? Probably. Still, on the First Day...
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Carmelo Anthony relieved as Knicks ‘roller coaster’ ends

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — OKLAHOMA CITY — When Carmelo Anthony stepped off a private plane Sunday in Oklahoma City, he smiled wide, seeing hundreds of fans welcoming him behind a chain-link fence. The big-city baggage was gone. The small town had provided a beautiful, clean slate. “To go from a situation that was such an emotional roller coaster for...
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Kristaps Porzingis ready for fresh start in every way

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis is willing to “leave in the past’’ any bad blood, declined to go into why he blew off his exit meeting and denied his relationship with coach Jeff Hornacek was sour last season. The 7-foot-3 Latvian has moved on as he becomes the new face of the franchise with Carmelo Anthony, his mentor,...
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Carmelo Anthony says goodbye to New York

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — Go Me7o. Carmelo Anthony is gone and said his goodbye to New York on Monday, when the Knicks and Thunder officially announced the trade that ends his up-and-down-and-further-down, seven-year tenure with the team. Anthony, who arrived in Oklahoma City on Sunday, wrote a farewell addressed to “NEW YORK,” thanking the city in which he was...
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Knicks’ grand Kristaps Porzingis plan finally falls into place

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — In a lot of ways, it has been good — very good — to be Kristaps Porzingis these past two years, despite all the losses he has endured, despite getting an up-close look at what New York-style chaos can be, despite not exactly having the kind of player-coach relationship with Jeff Hornacek that, say, Matt...
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New Knicks piece wants to prove he overcame biggest weakness

NY Post (Marc Berman) — New Knicks center Enes Kanter spent a lot of time in New York this summer, working out, losing weight and appearing on a couple of occasions with Russell Westbrook at Carmelo Anthony’s pickup games at his Manhattan gym. According to Kanter’s manager, Hilmi Cinar, Kanter has used New York as his training base the past...
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Knicks training camp kicks off new era in more ways than one

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Now the Knicks really can launch their youth movement as training camp opens Monday. New team president Steve Mills and his right-hand man, general manager Scott Perry, can author future blog posts about the Knicks’ young core, and when they don’t mention Carmelo Anthony in their future essays, they won’t be accused of a crime...
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Get to know every player Knicks will have at training camp

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Here’s a closer look at the players on the Knicks’ training camp roster (listed alphabetically): Jamel Artis, SF Of summer-league guys, Pittsburgh sharpshooter has best chance of either cracking 15-man roster or signing second two-way contract that allows him to rotate from G-League to big club. Ron Baker, PG Combo guard got ridiculous new contract,...
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Boeheim: Free of triangle, Carmelo will thrive with Thunder

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Carmelo Anthony may not have an NBA title, but he does have an NCAA championship — and his former college coach said the star forward couldn’t be happier going to a team that has a shot at a ring. Anthony was miscast in Phil Jackson’s triangle offense, according to Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim, and will...
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The Knicks belong to Kristaps Porzingis: Now what?

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Here’s a look at the top five storylines facing the Knicks as they head into training camp: 1. How will the post-Carmelo Anthony Knicks respond and who will be the starting small forward? The endless soap opera came to a conclusion Saturday when Anthony decided to open up his trade wish list to more playoff-contending...
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Hornacek on Porzingis, inner peace and resurrecting Knicks

NY Post (Steve Serby) — Before training camp tips off, Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek took a timeout for some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: Is Kristaps Porzingis ready to be “The Man”? A: I think back at Kobe Bryant, and we played them in the playoffs, and big part of the game, and he must have been a...
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Why Carmelo’s move to Thunder changes nothing out West

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — So the Knicks gave away Carmelo Anthony to the Thunder, who now have their own Big 3 as he joins MVP and triple-double machine Russell Westbrook and another highway robbery acquisition, Paul George. And what does it mean out West in the NBA? Not much. “Golden State is still the class of the West by...
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Ranking Carmelo’s 10 best (and worst) Knicks moments

NY Post (Thomas Lipe, Charles Cotton) — Here are the top 10 best (and worst) moments of Carmelo Anthony’s tenure with the Knicks: 10 Best Moments 1. 62-point game On Jan. 24, 2014 against the Bobcats, Melo broke Bernard King’s franchise record and the Garden record for points in a game, going 23-for-35 from the field. 2. 20,000 career points On Nov....
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Melo’s path out of New York is a boulevard of broken dreams

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — This wasn’t the way any of this was supposed to go, of course. Carmelo Anthony was one of the handful of modern athletic icons who sought New York City, who craved the lights and the attention, the noise and the lights and the buzz. He wanted to make this work in New York every bit...
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The Knicks have finally traded Carmelo Anthony

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — One day after reports surfaced that Carmelo Anthony had tripled the number of teams he’d be willing to accept a trade to, it appears one of those new clubs has landed him. ESPN reported Anthony’s camp was still pushing for a deal to happen before training camp opens Monday.
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