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Porzingis struggles mightily as Knicks pounded by Raptors

NY Post (Marc Berman) — TORONTO — All that progress went down the drain in Canada. With Kristaps Porzingis shooting slump reaching a third game, the Knicks were whipped by the Raptors, losing their eighth straight game to Toronto in a wire-to-wire Air Canada Centre 107-84 slaughter Friday. No team exploits the Knicks more severely than the Raptors, who again...
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Joakim Noah faces new reality as Knicks bench him again

NY Post (Marc Berman) — TORONTO — Joakim Noah admits he’s not the same player he was in 2014, when he was first team All-NBA and the Defensive Player of the Year. But the center said he still believes he can contribute to the club. Noah chose his words carefully, admitting he’s attempting to make the best of a rotten...
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Kristaps Porzingis is so good this is what a ‘slump’ looks like

NY Post (Marc Berman) — TORONTO – Jeff Hornacek found it amusing Kristaps Porzingis two-game stretch without 30 points is being classified as a slump. “Maybe we all got spoiled,’’ Hornacek said Friday after the morning shootaround at Air Canada Centre. “Not everyone’s going to go 14-for-23 every game. He was shooting lights out early on. Teams are starting to...
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What Jeff Hornacek took from Knicks standing up to LeBron

NY Post (Marc Berman) — TORONTO — Jeff Hornacek is glad Frank Ntilikina pushed back — literally — against LeBron James. And the Knicks coach is delighted the James-Ntilikina-Enes Kanter kerfuffle occurred, believing it bonded the team despite a loss Monday to the Cavaliers. “I thought it was great,’’ he said on the newest edition of “The Jeff Hornacek Experience”...
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Knicks’ good start can be traced this surprising upgrade

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Yes, the Knicks rallied and beat Utah by cramming 29 points into the fourth quarter Wednesday with 14 from Tim Hardaway Jr. And yes, it was the fifth time, fourth time in six games, this season the offense rallied from a double-digit deficit to win. And really, how did they do it? “We play team...
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Knicks’ January schedule looking brutal

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Teams talk of winning now when building for the future, but for the Knicks, “now” may mean the rest of November and most of December. Beyond that is a potentially brutal landscape. From Dec. 27 to Feb. 2, the Knicks play 20 games, and only four of those are at home. They have an absurd...
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How Ntilikina’s LeBron faceoff defines these Knicks: Mike Breen

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — MSG Network play-by-play man Mike Breen talks about the Knicks’ surprising start, the standoff with LeBron James and a different Garden this season with The Post’s Justin Terranova. Q: What has been the most enjoyable part of this Knicks start? A: Maybe the best part of the start is what it’s meant to the Knicks...
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How Ntilikina endeared himself to Knicks of present and past

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Maybe LeBron James would have picked Dennis Smith Jr. over Frank Ntilikina last June if he ran the Knicks. Still, the team that got Ntilikina is happy. They’re not alone. One guy who has been impressed so far is the greatest point guard in Knicks history, Hall of Famer Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Frazier, of course,...
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Did Courtney Lee get hurt after celebrating Knicks’ winning shot?

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks look like they have survived a Courtney Lee scare. After Tim Hardaway Jr.’s game-sealing 3-pointer with 32 seconds left, Lee jumped on his back and soon after started limping. Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said Lee “tweaked’’ his hamstring and wasn’t sure of his status. Nevertheless, Lee said later his left hamstring was cramping...
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Knicks’ execs trying to make nice with Porzingis’ brother/agent

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks management is making a huge effort to get on the good side of Janis Porzingis, the agent/brother of Kristaps. Before the Knicks’ 106-101 victory over the Jazz Wednesday night, team president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry spoke amiably with Janis on the sidelines for nearly 30 minutes during warm-ups. Before the Cavaliers...
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Frank Ntilikina shows he’s no rookie on defense

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The Knicks had just gone up three points, 96-93, and the Jazz who were raining 3s all game seemed one shot away from a tie. A pass was launched toward the right corner with 2:45 left. The ball never found its mark, ending up in the real expensive seats instead. Frank Ntilikina’s arms and hands...
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Donovan Mitchell’s MSG debut ‘a dream come true’

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Donovan Mitchell, the Jazz rookie guard who came to Utah from Westchester by way of Louisville, did something Wednesday he always wanted to do. He walked on the floor level at Madison Square Garden. For one half, the Knicks wished he hadn’t. “I was so nervous,” Mitchell said after he scored 19 points — but...
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Knicks making basketball matter again in NYC

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The people rose and they roared and they were in no hurry to rush to the exits, because these are the nights when Madison Square Garden really can feel like the city’s aorta. These are the fourth-quarter nights when the Knicks remind you why pro basketball is still the core of the city’s sporting soul....
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Hardaway’s and Porzingis’ late heroics propel Knicks past Jazz

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Tim Hardaway Jr. is fast becoming the Knicks’ reliable second option to Kristaps Porzingis, and Wednesday he was the first. For the third time in eight days at the Garden, the Knicks rallied from a double-digit second-half deficit to squeak out victory as Hardaway grabbed the hero’s role. The $71 million man grabbed a loose-ball...
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Joakim Noah sits again and Knicks’ dilemma deepens

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Joakim Noah has gone from being banished by the NBA for taking a banned supplement to being banished by his own team. For the second straight game since returning from his 20-game drug suspension dating to last season, the $72 million man was inactive Wednesday and Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek doesn’t foresee an immediate change....
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