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REPORT: Courtney Lee prefers to be traded to a contender (or does he?)

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Some confusing news to get you through the middle of your week It’s been considered kind of an inevitability over the summer that the Knicks would look to deal Courtney Lee before what’s sure to be a year full of trying out younger players like Mario Hezonja, Damyean Dotson and Allonzo Trier in Lee’s former bench shooting guard role. Now, there may be some confirmation that the feeling is...
  • 88 days ago
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Knicks 2018-19 Preview: Isaiah Hicks and Allonzo Trier

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Taking on the two-ways The 2017-18 NBA season saw the advent of two-way contracts . This allows teams to sign two players to low-money deals that allow them to spend most of their time in the G-League, but also up to 45 days with the parent NBA team. With the growing role of the G-League for player development in the NBA, these players should prove to be more and more important. In the...
  • 88 days ago
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Scott Perry, Steve Mills and David Fizdale addressed the state of the Knicks in a town hall

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — A pleasant chat with the Knicks braintrust Remember just a little over a year ago , when Phil Jackson used to go two-thirds of a year hunched in a cave deep within the bowels of Madison Square Garden, sustaining himself on a diet of peyote and non-GMO microwave burritos, emerging only to briefly address/insult the news media and give strange, vague answers? Those days are thankfully long...
  • 89 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis’s Latvian fans are pretty wild

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Art. New York Knicks superstar Kristaps Porzingis remains in his homeland of Latvia as he rehabs his torn ACL. And I’m sure the Latvian people are grateful to have their native son. Just how much do Latvians love Porzingis ? And what form does Latvian fan love take? Kristaps himself showed off some rather peculiar fan art on his Instagram feed. So, to break this image...
  • 89 days ago
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Steve Mills preaches patience while discussing the Knicks’ future in interview

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Patience, I say! Knicks president Steve Mills took some time out of his busy schedule to speak with Newsday’s Steve Popper this weekend, and he offered some illuminating quotes on the franchise’s direction. First and foremost, the front office is still dedicated to a patient rebuilding, according to Mills, who noted the shoot-from-the-hip approach of several past Knicks regimes. ...
  • 90 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 339: Kyrie rumors, Marbury in the HOF, and MORE!

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Podcast! On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Drew Steele (aka Scooter Tooter aka Common’s biggest fan) to talk about rumors of the Knicks’ interest in Kyrie Irving, Stephon Marbury’s case for the Hall of Fame, the effect of Kanter adding a 3-point shot on the Knicks, and much much more! Listen!
  • 92 days ago
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REPORT: Kyrie Irving is the Knicks’ “first, second, third, and fourth choice” in 2019 free agency

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Hopefully their actual free agency plan is just a tad more complex The preseason may be just two-and-a-half weeks away (!!!), but if you thought we’d escaped the offseason doldrums of news coverage, you are sorely mistaken. On NBC Sports’ Bulls Talk podcast , Celtics reporter A. Sherrod Blakely suggested that the Knicks have Kyrie Irving on their mind already as their top target in...
  • 93 days ago
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Measuring the Knicks’ shot quality with PBP stats

Posting and Toasting (Drew Steele) — Searching for the most efficient shots. The other day while I was drinking my morning coffee before I began work, I was perusing the internet and came across a Nylon Calculus article as like any cool, hip person who isn’t a total NBA math herb and absolutely does not smoke a stoge every now and then when first-world problems add stress to one’s life does on a regular basis. The article asked...
  • 93 days ago
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Measuring the Knicks’ shot quality with PHP stats

Posting and Toasting (Drew Steele) — Searching for the most efficient shots. The other day while I was drinking my morning coffee before I began work, I was perusing the internet and came across a Nylon Calculus article as like any cool, hip person who isn’t a total NBA math herb and absolutely does not smoke a stoge every now and then when first-world problems add stress to one’s life does on a regular basis. The article asked...
  • 93 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 338: ESPN Future Power Rankings and SI’s Top 100

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Let’s get mad about lists! On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Ashwin Ramnath to talk about ESPN’s Future Power Rankings and SI’s Top 100. Are these rankings fair? Should we scream bloody murder about the placement of the Knicks and Knicks players? Listen to find out!
  • 94 days ago
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Knicks 2018-19 Player Preview: Trey Burke

Posting and Toasting (The Ghost of Kristaps Past) — Was last year’s performance just an unsustainable hot streak or something more? We like to believe player development and career progression is a straightforward and relatively linear path, especially for lottery picks. As a rookie you show promise, in your second season you follow it up with more consistency and by years three and four you’ve mostly figured “it” out and established yourself...
  • 94 days ago
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Sports Illustrated’s “Top 100 players” list is not exactly full of Knicks

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Kristaps, and then what? It’s starving time in the NBA, which means rabid news jackals like myself must gnaw on the bones of any available basketball news. Well, Monday turned out to be a good day for fans who love to argue about stuff, as Sports Illustrated premiered their annual “NBA Top 100” post. So how did the Knicks do? Let’s just say...not well. Enes Kanter and Tim Hardaway...
  • 96 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 337: Knicks Film School

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Extremely serious thoughts on summer workout videos On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Jeffrey Bellone, the man behind Twitter SENSATION Knicks Film School . Together we discuss offseason workout videos, freeing up cap space for premium free agents, Blood Orange, how JB got where he is today, and MORE! Listen!
  • 97 days ago
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P&T Roundtable: Remembering Jason Kidd’s one season as a Knick as he enters the Hall of Fame

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — He saved the best (entertainment, at least) for last Many great things in life are fleeting — orgasms, kief highs, young Grant Hill, half the shows to ever air on Adult Swim. For modern-day Knicks fans, almost all pleasures are fleeting. Perhaps no greater example was the 2012-13 Knicks season, an orgasmic blip on a 15-year stretch of basketball erectile dysfunction. Part of the Viagra that...
  • 99 days ago
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Jason Kidd, the 2012-13 Knicks, and a one-year basketball revolution

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Old man Kidd and the 2012-13 Knicks were a match made in heaven. Jason Kidd is being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this weekend. For most writers, this is a time to wax nostalgic about one of the greatest point guards ever; for this Knicks scribe, it’s an opportunity to talk about a 39-year-old spot-up jump shooter on the last decent New York squad the world has seen. To be...
  • 99 days ago
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