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How Knicks will use Mitchell Robinson in long-awaited return

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LONDON — Mitchell Robinson has been a quick study his rookie season after not playing college ball. Even in British vernacular. “Top of the morning,” Robinson said to two approaching New York writers before the Knicks practiced at CitySport gym on a rainy Wednesday. Robinson, who had never been out of the U.S. or Canada...
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Turkey seeks Enes Kanter’s arrest as part of terrorist organization

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LONDON — The Enes Kanter cloud is hovering over London, even if the Knicks center remained in New York. Turkish prosecutors are seeking an international arrest warrant for Kanter, accusing him of membership in a terror organization — and giving more credence to his decision not to come here because he said he feared he...
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Emmanuel Mudiay talks career rebirth, life without his father and Ali love

NY Post (Steve Serby) — Post columnist Steve Serby caught up with Knicks point guard Emmanuel Mudiay for some Q&A touching on his admiration for Muhammad Ali and growing up with a single mother in Kinshasa, Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo). Q: What is your fascination with Muhammad Ali? A: That’s my favorite athlete of all time. I’m...
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Kristaps Porzingis not making London trip an encouraging sign

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LONDON — That Kristaps Porzingis did not travel across the pond to be a Knicks ambassador on their London sojourn is a good sign for those wanting to see him hit the hardwood this season. Porzingis loves Europe and spent all five months of his offseason rehabbing his knee in Spain and Latvia, instead of...
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Tired Knicks arrive in London, where NBA spotlight wearily awaits

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LONDON — It was only appropriate, on their first day in London, the Knicks visited Big Ben on Tuesday. Both institutions are under a massive reconstruction project and nearly unrecognizable. “Where are you, Big Ben?” one tourist chirped as she took a photo of the steel gratings covering up London’s most famous landmark. The Knicks...
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London trip could bring return of Knicks rookie

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Rookie center Mitchell Robinson has missed the past 13 games because of ankle and groin injuries, but he could be back in time for Thursday’s showcase with the Wizards in London. “Yeah, maybe,” coach David Fizdale said Monday after practice. “We’re shooting for that game, for him to be back. We’re going to look at...
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On-the-rise Ja Morant could ease Knicks’ Zion Williamson landing

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Is there another road other than “The Road to Zion?” While Knicks fans are going gaga over Duke man-child and potential No. 1 pick Zion Williamson, college basketball analyst Seth Greenberg is saying nah and hailing Ja. That is Murray State sophomore point guard Ja Morant, climbing ferociously up the mock-draft boards alongside some of...
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Knicks combating biggest travel fear before heading to London

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — First stop for the Knicks in London? Yoga. Sightseeing and basketball will come later, but during and after their journey across the pond on a red-eye flight Monday night for Thursday’s showdown with the Wizards at O2 Arena, the Knicks will place a premium on making sure their bodies and minds are ready for tipoff....
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Knicks signing Kadeem Allen to 2-way deal as another guard hope

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — Allonzo Trier got his Knicks breakthrough in December. And it’s paving the way for his buddy’s breakthrough. The Knicks are signing guard Kadeem Allen off their G League Westchester squad to a two-way NBA deal, The Post’s Marc Berman confirmed. The Knicks had an open two-way slot because the pact of Trier — like Allen,...
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The Knicks finally saw the complete Kevin Knox show

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks rookie Kevin Knox didn’t peter out this time. Fast first quarters and sluggish finishes had been a Knox pattern. In Sunday’s matinee, it was all Knox, all the time as he registered a career-high 31 points on an efficient 12-of-23 shooting, including 4-of-9 from 3. He notched 13 points in the first half and...
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This was the perfect way for Knicks to lose

NY Post (Kevin Kernan) — David Fizdale spent another Sunday in purgatory. It’s getting a little easier for the Knicks coach, but just imagine how long-suffering Knicks fans feel. Heaven can wait. In Fizdale’s mind, this 10-33 debacle won’t last forever. He’s new around here, so he still lives in a land of Knicks hopes and dreams, and at least...
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Knicks’ youth shines in wild and failed comeback attempt

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Cheerio, Knicks. Before they leave for London, the Knicks continued to decay, but at least they showed more fight than usual in the second half of their Sunday matinee against the 76ers, with major boosts from Kevin Knox and Luke Kornet. While it seemed the Knicks were absorbing their usual beating against the Sixers, David...
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Kyrie Irving’s frustration could be a Knicks window opening

NY Post (Marc Berman) — In October, Kyrie Irving announced he would be recommitting with the Celtics when he becomes a free agent July 1. Of course, a million things could happen between now and then — and may have. Irving already put the Knicks as his runner-up to the Celtics when he visited the Garden in late October. In...
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David Fizdale’s Knicks concern is only getting worse

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — It’s not just the perimeter defense that concerns David Fizdale. It’s not the transition defense or the post defense or the perimeter defense. Not even the weak-side defense. “All of it,” the Knicks coach said. His frustration with that end of the floor is understandable. The Knicks have allowed at least 109 points in a...
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Knicks get good Frank Ntilikina news but one rookie still out

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Frank Ntilikina’s sprained left ankle is trending in the right direction. After missing the past three games, the French point guard may be active Sunday against the 76ers at the Garden after taking part in Saturday’s practice. “There’s a chance,” Knicks coach David Fizdale said. “He played some two-on-two, some three-on-three. He’s cutting. He’s moving....
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