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Why Knicks’ Taj Gibson appreciates Tom Thibodeau now more than ever

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks starting center Taj Gibson has always adored Tom Thibodeau, who groomed him in Chicago and then brought him over to Minnesota. And despite Thibodeau’s surprising firing last season as Wolves coach/president when he reportedly didn’t mesh with the young players, Gibson gained a newer appreciation for his former coach when he got to New...
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Mike Francesa destroys Knicks, James Dolan for latest debacle

NY Post (Ted Holmlund) — Mike Francesa ripped the Knicks for their latest debacle regarding Steve Stoute, the team’s new branding consultant who got himself and the team in trouble for saying they would be moving on from interim coach Mike Miller in the offseason. “How much more of a laughingstock can this franchise become?,” Francesa said on his half-hour...
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Knicks can’t shoot straight in ugly loss to Wizards

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The cold-shooting Knicks went into the All-Star break with a whimper and a two-game losing streak. Mike Miller’s crew stumbled badly Wednesday against the Wizards, 114-96, as Bradley Beal punished them for 30 points and the Knicks shot just 38 percent — 9.1 percent from the 3-point line. After shooting just 2 of 22 from...
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Mike Miller reacts to Knicks brand consultant’s firing rant

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks interim coach Mike Miller tried to douse the branding-consultant controversy Wednesday, saying he spoke to Steve Stoute at a charity event to square things away. Stoute, the newly hired branding manager, appeared on ESPN Tuesday and stated he’s looking forward to a new coaching staff next season to develop some of the team’s young...
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Knicks’ Leon Rose holdup has nothing to do with bogus excuse

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Leon Rose still has stuff to do. Rose, the former superagent for Creative Artist Agency, won’t be introduced as the Knicks president until after the All-Star break. According to multiple sources, decertifying as an agent with the Players Association is just an excuse for the delay. That procedure only takes a day. According to sources,...
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The line Jeff Van Gundy won’t cross for Knicks’ coaching chance

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Former Knicks coach Jeff Van Gundy is doing the opposite of lobbying for his old job. Two days after The Post reported he and Tom Thibodeau will be on incoming president Leon Rose’s short list for next coach, Van Gundy took to the radio to say he hopes, first and foremost, interim coach Mike Miller...
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The Charles Oakley-Knicks goal that came out of Steve Stoute’s disastrous interview

NY Post (Marc Berman) — At least Knicks branding consultant Steve Stoute did some good on his infamous ESPN appearance on Tuesday. Stoute confirmed a Post report from Jan. 26 that his intention is to get Charles Oakley back to the Garden and end his feud with James Dolan. “Charles Oakley is a very dear friend of mine,” Stoute said...
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Julius Randle eyeing Knicks playoff push in dominant stretch

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Julius Randle is the only one of seven players signed by the Knicks as free agents last summer with a fully guaranteed deal for next season. Steve Mills’ firing and the pending addition of longtime NBA agent Leon Rose as team president likely mean few roster spots are safe, but Randle has played his best...
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‘World Wide Wes’ won’t be in Knicks’ front-office after all

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The basketball mover and shaker known as “World Wide Wes’’ apparently won’t join the Knicks after all. Reports last week said William Wesley would be joining incoming president Leon Rose in the team’s front office. Tuesday night, however, The Athletic, reported Wesley will not join the Knicks in any official capacity. Wesley has been a...
  • 7 days ago
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John Calipari’s Knicks denial backed by Julius Randle and Kevin Knox

NY Post (Peter Botte) — John Calipari celebrated his 61st birthday Monday, and the two Knicks who played for him at Kentucky — former one-and-done college stars Julius Randle and Kevin Knox — reached out to offer their best wishes. The two teammates also had thoughts about Calipari’s name being linked to the Knicks’ head-coaching job because of his relationship...
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Knicks trying to put out Steve Stoute, Mike Miller firestorm

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — The Knicks attempted to put out another firestorm on Tuesday, this time ignited by their new brand consultant who said the team would be moving on from current interim head coach Mike Miller after the season. In an interview on ESPN’s “First Take” early Tuesday, the recently hired Steve Stoute — tasked with improving the...
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Steve Stoute hints at Mike Miller firing in first TV interview as Knicks’ brand consultant

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Despite quality results and the yet-to-be-announced new president hire, interim coach Mike Miller won’t be keeping his job as Knicks coach, according to Steve Stoute, the team’s new “branding consultant.” In an interview with ESPN’s “First Take,” Stoute denied he was responsible for firing former team president Steve Mills, but essentially got rid of the...
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Listen to Episode 17 of ‘Big Apple Buckets’: The Next Knicks President feat. Maria Marino

NY Post (Jake Brown) — There’s a lot going on with the Knicks and it’s a Tuesday, which means it’s time to get locked into a brand new episode of the “Big Apple Buckets” podcast. Kazeem Famuyide welcomes in studio, SNY host and anchor, Maria Marino. Maria chats a bit about covering UConn women’s basketball and chatting with Geno Auriemma....
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Knicks’ new prospect Issuf Sanon probably won’t play here

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The scouting report on Ukraine point guard Issuf Sanon, according to Forbes, is he’s a feisty, aggressive defender. Former Knicks European scout Tim Shea told The Post he’s actually “athletic’’ and known as a scoring point guard who probably would have to play shooting guard in the NBA at 6-foot-4. Sanon, the Wizards’ 2018 second-round...
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The Knicks need Jeff Van Gundy

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — We were reminded again these past few days how little it takes to ignite the pilot lights of the Knicks’ most ardent fans. In a season that was a goner by Thanksgiving, one that has already seen the jettisoning of a coach, a president, and the team’s best player, there they were Sunday night in...
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