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Kenny Wooten set up for Knicks chance in two-way contract shuffle

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks have paved the way for shot-blocking power forward Kenny Wooten to get some time in the NBA. The Knicks are waiving Ivan Rabb, their two-way contract player, an NBA source confirmed. That will allow the Knicks to now sign Wooten, already a member of the Westchester Knicks, to a two-way deal. Wooten starred...
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Julius Randle’s heartwarming Knicks moment speaks volumes

NY Post (Kevin Kernan) — This all comes down to family. On the court and off. So when the Knicks came away with a rare victory, 124-121 over the Heat on Sunday at the Garden, Julius Randle, who scored a game-high 26 points, went directly to his wife, Kendra, and their son, Kyden, for a hug and some loving words....
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Julius Randle’s heroics push Knicks by Heat in emotional return

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Interim coach Mike Miller and his Knicks needed this one. So did Julius Randle. The Knicks got big moments from their last two lottery picks, RJ Barrett and slumping Kevin Knox, but it was Randle who came up huge late in his first game back after the death of his grandmother as the Knicks stunned...
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Dennis Smith Jr. still in Knicks limbo despite injury progress

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Dennis Smith Jr.’s oblique strain is taking on a life of its own. A serious baseball injury — the Yankees’ Aaron Judge missed two months due to it last season — is turning into a serious basketball injury, too. The Knicks point guard, obtained in last January’s Kristaps Porzingis deal, missed his ninth straight game...
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Knicks’ Taj Gibson on ex-mate Jimmy Butler: ‘A great leader’

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Taj Gibson is not surprised by the impact his longtime teammate Jimmy Butler has had on the Heat this season. Miami comes into the Garden for a Sunday matinee as one of the hottest teams in the Eastern Conference, trailing only Milwaukee in the standings with a 27-11 record. Butler, the four-time All-Star acquired in...
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Julius Randle set for return as Knicks are getting whole again

NY Post (Peter Botte) — It’s not like the Knicks were winning regularly before Julius Randle and Marcus Morris each missed multiple games this week. But an already undermanned roster has looked even more depleted without its two leading scorers as the team’s latest losing streak was extended to five games. Randle is expected back in the starting lineup Sunday...
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Lonzo Ball: LaMelo would be a good fit for Knicks

NY Post (Peter Botte) — LaMelo Ball is projected to be among the top picks in the 2020 NBA draft, and his older brother believes he would be an ideal fit for the Knicks. “Wherever he lands, he’s gonna help out a lot. Anybody could use him,” Lonzo Ball told The Post in a brief exchange before the Pelicans’ 123-111...
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Knicks lose an ugly one to Zion Williamson-less Pelicans

NY Post (Peter Botte) — It hardly lived up to the one-time billing of what was supposed to mark Zion Williamson’s professional debut at the Garden, especially coming against his former Duke teammate and Knicks lottery pick RJ Barrett. Instead, it was just another blah game between two bad NBA teams trying to find their way, with the Knicks extending...
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Knicks have Pistons’ Andre Drummond on their radar

NY Post (Peter Botte) — The NBA trade deadline always represents Diff’rent Strokes for different folks, but the Knicks reportedly at least have looked into obtaining Mr. Drummond — the Pistons’ All-Star big man and rebounding machine Andre Drummond, that is. Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium reported Friday night that the Knicks “have made an inquiry” about the...
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Knicks brass see Kawhi Leonard jab as validation of meeting pass

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks were shut out on their Western trip and appeared to be shot down by a comment made last weekend in Los Angeles by Kawhi Leonard. Leonard told New York reporters he did not consider the Knicks a free-agent option during this past offseason. Knicks brass, however, did not consider Leonard’s comment a blow....
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Kristaps Porzingis’ Knicks problem is surfacing with Mavericks

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Kristaps Porzingis’ other knee is now causing him to miss games for the Mavericks. The former Knicks All-Star, who missed all of last season while recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, recently received a platelet-rich-plasma injection as part of his treatment for a sore right knee, according to ESPN....
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Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett are at different rookie crossroads

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Taken in a vacuum, RJ Barrett’s rookie year has gone just OK for a third pick in the draft. No, he’s not going to contend for Rookie of the Year and has struggled massively some nights knocking down shots — especially free throws. But in comparison to his former Duke running mate, Zion Williamson, Barrett’s...
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Knicks never had a chance in this blowout loss to Jazz

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY — It wasn’t a fair fight. The Knicks were missing their two top scorers, forwards in Julius Randle (personal) and Marcus Morris (neck), and were on the second leg of a back-to-back to conclude a four-game Western Conference swing. The Jazz were riding a six-game winning streak and playing on their home...
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Bobby Portis’ fine for slap could have been worse for Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY – The NBA may have done the Knicks a little favor by fining Bobby Portis, rather than suspend him. The Knicks already are reeling from Julius Randle leaving the squad in Los Angeles to deal with a family issue, while Marcus Morris is expected out with a neck injury for Wednesday’s western...
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David Fizdale breaks his silence on Knicks firing

NY Post (Mollie Walker) — Ex-Knicks head coach David Fizdale isn’t hung up on his breakup with New York. While appearing on ESPN’s Golic and Wingo Wednesday to discuss his firing for the first time, Fizdale said that he has “no ill feelings” toward the organization. Fizdale, who was canned on Dec. 6 after less than 1 ½ seasons with...
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