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The case for bringing Carmelo Anthony back to Knicks

NY Post (George Willis) — The prospect of Carmelo Anthony returning to Madison Square Garden to play for the Knicks again is turning from a whisper into a conversation — with Anthony doing nothing to rebuff the possibility. Leon Rose, who served as Anthony’s agent at CAA, will take over as Knicks president this week, and bringing his former client...
  • 97 days ago
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Mitchell Robinson, RJ Barrett lead Knicks to streak-busting win

NY Post (Marc Berman) — During a depressing season that already has cost Knicks coach David Fizdale and president Steve Mills their jobs, youngsters Mitchell Robinson and RJ Barrett have stood above the misery. It hasn’t all been a player-development disaster. Barrett has shown flashes and Robinson is on a full-fledged surge. Both were on full display in a skid-busting...
  • 98 days ago
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Clyde Frazier pumped for Knicks title party that almost never came

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier thought the team’s brass had forgotten about the franchise’s first title team. Can’t blame them. It’s been so long. As first reported by The Post, the Knicks announced Friday the staging of a 50th anniversary celebration of their first championship, from the 1969-70 season. The main festivities will occur at...
  • 98 days ago
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Kevin Knox Sr.: My son will bloom like ‘a rose’ for Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kevin Knox Sr., the former Florida State wide receiver who won the 1993 national championship with Charlie Ward as quarterback, is known for his metaphors. The father of Knicks forward Kevin Knox saved a few goodies as agent Leon Rose prepares to take over as club president in the coming days. There’s expectation that once...
  • 98 days ago
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Knicks didn’t invite Marv Albert to NBA title anniversary bash

NY Post (Andrew Marchand) — It is not what Marv Albert had in mind. The Knicks, for the March 21 celebration of the 50th anniversary of their 1969-70 championship, chose not to invite Albert — the radio voice of the team and the author of one of the most legendary calls in sportscasting history. “It would’ve been nice to see...
  • 99 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony return to Knicks in play under Leon Rose

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Incoming Knicks president Leon Rose is expected to be interested in bringing Carmelo Anthony back to the Knicks next season, according to multiple NBA executives. Rose has served as Anthony’s agent at Creative Artists Agency since 2009. Rose was hired by Anthony partly to engineer his departure from Denver to the Knicks in a blockbuster...
  • 99 days ago
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Never-ending Knicks problem Leon Rose will have to fix

NY Post (George Willis) — PHILADELPHIA — If you listened to interim coach Mike Miller on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center, you would think the Knicks have reached a nice spot in their 2020 NBA season. “That’s as well as we’ve played for 24 minutes,” Miller said. “We’ll take that as a sign that we’re moving in the right...
  • 99 days ago
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Knicks wrecked by Tobias Harris as short-handed 76ers roll

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — The Knicks traveled to the City of Brotherly Love to get beaten by Long Island. The Knicks turned Tobias Harris into Michael Jordan on Thursday at Wells Fargo Center. The pride of Commack stepped up for the 76ers after the injury absences of stars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. Harris, a graduate of...
  • 100 days ago
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Kevin Knox isn’t letting his Knicks frustrations shake him

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Shoulders slumped, head down, Kevin Knox looked upset as he trotted off the court after interim coach Mike Miller yanked him 2:52 into the fourth quarter of the Knicks’ 107-101 loss Wednesday night at Charlotte. The 2018 lottery pick had just committed two straight miscues on drives to the basket. He lost the...
  • 100 days ago
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The impact Leon Rose could have on a frustrated Julius Randle

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA – Julius Randle could use a boost in his mixed-bag first season as a Knick. Maybe former super-agent Leon Rose, expected to be announced officially as the Knicks president as soon as Monday, will be a good influence. Unlike the other free agents, Randle’s three-year, $63 million contract calls for him to be back...
  • 100 days ago
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Allonzo Trier nearly saves Knicks from RJ Barrett dud

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Maybe there are just no storybooks left in this Knicks’ season. With RJ Barrett struggling immensely, forgotten man Allonzo Trier came off the bench midway through the third quarter with the Knicks down 13. Trier led a fiery comeback, getting the Knicks within two points in the closing minutes but couldn’t sink...
  • 101 days ago
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RJ Barrett raises Knicks conundrum with righty shooting talk

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE — RJ Barrett is not really lefty. The Knicks rookie “southpaw” said Wednesday he is “ambidextrous’’ and does almost everything besides shoot a basketball with his right hand, including eating and throwing. Barrett said he’s been told his shooting form looks better with his right hand, too. “I’m right-handed with everything,’’ Barrett said after...
  • 101 days ago
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Knicks’ Leon Rose era now has a starting date

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — The latest Knicks management era will begin on Sunday. That’s when Leon Rose will take the reins as Knicks president, according to the New York Times. Rose has been set to take over the beleaguered franchise for weeks, but first had to finish off his final responsibilities as one of the top agents in the...
  • 101 days ago
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Dennis Smith Jr. off to bench for make-or-break Knicks stage

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Point guard Dennis Smith Jr.’s starting stint is over, as Elfrid Payton is expected to return from an ankle injury Wednesday when the Knicks face the Hornets at Spectrum Center. But with Frank Ntilikina still dealing with groin soreness that has haunted him since last season, Smith, who started in Houston, will...
  • 102 days ago
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Allonzo Trier’s fall from grace remains big Knicks mystery

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Two hours before Monday’s game in Houston, Knicks shooting guard Allonzo Trier took the court at Toyota Center with assistant coach Royal Ivey for shooting drills. At one juncture, with Trier accentuating his shooting form, the former Arizona Wildcat drilled seven straight 3-pointers. Trier and Ivey fist-bumped. None of the extra work...
  • 102 days ago
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