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Timberwolves 118, Knicks 108: Scenes from a game even Tim Hardaway couldn’t save

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Painful second half. The New York Knicks kept it close in the first half against the Minnesota Timberwolves with a style that was strangely foreign ( Tim Hardaway Jr. returned and had them pushing the pace at times) and yet eerily familiar (they hit mid-range jumpers at an unsustainably high clip). The Wolves came out with bully ball to start the third, with Karl-Anthony Towns and Taj...
  • 131 days ago
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January Mailsack, Part 1 - Frenchmen and foretelling futures

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — When should Frank start? Which Atlantic Division duo is the brightest of them all? In honor of our fourth Posting & Toasting mailbag, the first question stems from a foursome. Let’s get it on! Wherefore art thou a non-starter? A query from blood.jets.tears led to a quartet featuring Malta Papi, Melo’s Bucket Hat Collection and Muruju: “Why has Frank Ntilikina not been given the...
  • 131 days ago
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Enes Kanter wants more playing time in the fourth quarter. Should he get it?

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — He certainly thinks so. Enes Kanter is one of the Knicks ’ best players, at least from a statistical standpoint. But the big Turk rarely finishes close games with fellow starters Kristaps Porzingis and Courtney. Hell, even Jarrett Jack gets more crunch time minutes than Kanter. And Kanter has noticed. Some reporter asked him about his lack of fourth-quarter burn, and he expressed...
  • 132 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 238: Double OT stink job vs Chicago

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — A definitional P.O.M.P. game On today’s ‘sode I break down the Knicks’ wet sock double OT loss to the Bulls. Topics include: KP’s up-and-down night, Lauri Markkanen’s 3-point barrage, Beasley’s heroics, Jack’s triple double, Jack’s end-of-game brainfart, BIG LINEUPS, small lineups, and MORE! Listen!
  • 133 days ago
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Bulls 122, Knicks 119 (2OT): “What a terribly silly game this has been.”

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Just a whole lotta nonsense Oh, where to start when trying to encapsulate this game... It was a stinker from the Knicks’ perspective, no sugar-coating it. At home, against a Bulls team missing their best player Nikola Mirotic, this should have been an easy W. And yet, after shaking off a slow start to take the lead from the second quarter through the middle of the fourth (going up by as...
  • 133 days ago
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Bulls 122, Knicks 119 (2OT): Scenes from the Bulls spoiling Jarrett Jack Night

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Jack was BALLING That was an exciting game to say the least, probably a little more exciting than anyone would’ve wanted against a Bulls team missing arguably their best player in Nikola Mirotic. And hey, the Knicks did a Knicks thing and managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, 122-119 after two overtimes, despite Jarrett Jack having the game of his life. Kristaps Porzingis had...
  • 133 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 237: Jeff Hornacek

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — How’s Hornie doin’? On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by P&T’s own Matt Miranda to evaluate the job Jeff Hornacek is doing. Has Hornie earned the right to coach the Knicks next year? Has he disqualified himself from contention? Will the Knicks ever shoot 3s? Listen!
  • 134 days ago
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Knicks practice notes: Tim Hardaway Jr. participates fully, Michael Beasley limited

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Come back soon, Timmy. The New York Knicks practiced Tuesday morning, and injured shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. was all up in that practice, baby! Tim Hardaway Jr. seems to be moving well during a workout with assistant coach Corey Gaines after practice: pic.twitter.com/GhHZydd3nI — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) January 9, 2018 Timmy has missed about a month with a stress injury in...
  • 134 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 236: Hardaway nears return, Burke looms, Knicks beat Mavs

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What can we expect from Trey Burke? On today’s ‘sode I talk about Tim Hardaway’s fast-approaching return, and whether or not we’ve “finally” seen “the real” Knicks. Also discussed: a possible Trey Burke signing and what to expect from the G-League standout, the Knicks hanging on to beat the terrible Dallas Mavericks, DSJ vs Frank, and MORE! Listen!
  • 135 days ago
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Charania: Knicks in “serious talks” to sign Trey Burke, will hold him out of G League Showcase

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Intrigue. We’ve been hearing some rumblings that the New York Knicks want to sign guard Trey Burke from their G League cousins in Westchester. Well Shams Charania just hit us with some updated knowledge: Sources: The New York Knicks and Trey Burke of G League Westchester are in serious talks on a deal, with the guard expected to be held out of the showcase and an agreement as soon as...
  • 135 days ago
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P&T Mailbag Invitational - calling all questions!

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — New year = new mailbag Admit it. You’re tired. Tired of waking up in the middle of the night wondering what the future holds for Trey Burke, and to a lesser extent, Ramon Sessions. Tired of researching anemia. Tired of arguing the finer points of Frank Ntilikina’s value with slack-jawed yokels who never watch him play, whose idea of learned analysis is a quick skim of the box scores. Tired...
  • 135 days ago
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New York 100, Dallas 96: “Actually...”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Two wins in their last four road games? Give. On a night when former Knick Derek Harper’s number was retired by the Dallas Mavericks, the referees decided to get in on honoring Harp’s legacy as an old-school defensive demon by officiating as if it were 1992. That the Knicks emerged as 100-96 victors is more a testament to the Mavs’ suckitude than the Knicks putting forth any classic effort....
  • 136 days ago
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Knicks 100, Mavericks 96: Scenes from a poorly-reffed slopfest

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks still won it baby! The New York Knicks held off the Dallas Mavericks to win a rough-and-tumble, poorly officiated bloodbath, 100-96. Frank Ntilikina won his debut battle against Dennis Smith Jr. —though the two rarely shared the court—posting 7 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 blocks. He stuffed J.J. Barea’s tiny ass into a locker on several occasions. Mike Breen:...
  • 136 days ago
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Wassup in Westchester: Let’s watch potential Knicks acquisition Trey Burke score 23

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Buckets. Many Knicks fans are hoping against hope that the team could sign Westchester guard Trey Burke to help with their scoring woes. The jitterbug guard still plays in the G-League, though—for the moment, anyway—so let’s check in on Burke on the W-Knicks, shall we? Westchester shrugged off an early double-digit deficit to down the Canton Charge on Friday night, 95-90. All five...
  • 137 days ago
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Heat 107, Knicks 104 (OT): A plea to shoot more threes

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Stop getting out-shot by Wayne Ellington. Hello. I’m supposed to recap the Knicks ’ 107-103 overtime loss to the Miami from Friday night. Here’s my problem, though: These losses are all the same. The only real difference between Friday and many of the Knicks’ recent losses is that Courtney Lee ’s wack-ass game-tying heave caromed off the rim right to Kristaps Porzingis , who found Doug...
  • 137 days ago
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