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This may be proof Knicks fans are still buying in

NY Post (Marc Berman) — There appears to be belief among Knicks fans the team still has a plan in place — even if the facts are sketchy. The Knicks’ season-ticket renewal rate for full plans registered at 95 percent, according to the Garden. Part of the big number might be due to March 1 being the first renewal installment...
  • 73 days ago
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Amir Hinton is Knicks’ long shot ready to make some noise

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The odds are always against a Division II product getting a real look at training camp, but point guard Amir Hinton may be different. Signed to an Exhibit 10 contract, Hinton led all of college basketball in scoring at Division II Shaw University at 29.4 points per game and drives to the basket with a...
  • 74 days ago
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Al Trautwig takes abrupt leave of absence from MSG

NY Post (Andrew Marchand) — Al Trautwig is taking a personal leave of absence from MSG Networks, The Post has learned. Trautwig, 63, is expected to return to his Knicks and Rangers hosting duties at some point during the regular season, though an exact date is undetermined. It is unknown what issue Trautwig is dealing with at this time. MSG...
  • 74 days ago
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Where the Knicks have upside in their free-agent haul

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Walt Frazier likes bold fashion and flashy suits. But he knows the only way to win in the NBA is with lunch-pail defense. After a Knicks spending spree that netted seven free agents, none of them an All-Star, Frazier says the only way the club will be relevant is if the defense is up to...
  • 80 days ago
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Kevin Knox already noticing major Knicks difference

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kevin Knox II revealed that the Knicks’ recent voluntary scrimmages have been so fiercely contested, coach David Fizdale has told his group no starters have been determined. At an event marking the release of Knicks legend Walt Frazier’s new PUMA shoe Monday night in Midtown, Knox said he senses a whole new “tenacity” during the...
  • 81 days ago
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Nets using Kyrie Irving giveaway to troll Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Kyrie Irving grew up in New Jersey as a Nets fan watching his hometown team beat up on the Knicks. Then despite being linked with the Knicks in free agency, he picked Brooklyn. So naturally, the Nets used Irving to troll their cross-river rivals. On Saturday, Brooklyn tweeted that it was handing out Irving replica...
  • 82 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina provides Knicks hope while sinking Team USA at FIBA World Cup

NY Post (Justin Tasch) — Frank Ntilikina has been a polarizing player since the Knicks selected him No. 8 overall in the 2017 NBA Draft, so much so that the team was shopping him ahead of this year’s draft. Now, the 21-year-old guard is showing he might be able to fulfill his potential. Ntilikina had another big performance at the...
  • 86 days ago
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Enes Kanters has harsh Knicks theory, then trolls MSG, WWE

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — Enes Kanter finally won a championship in New York. It just wasn’t for the Knicks. The Boston Celtics forward clotheslined and pinned R-Truth to win the WWE 24/7 championship during a taping of “Main Event” prior to “Monday Night Raw” at Madison Square Garden on Monday night. It was WWE’s first televised show at MSG...
  • 88 days ago
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Knicks aren’t giving up on Kris Wilkes marriage just yet

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks have not fully closed the door on signing rookie Kris Wilkes for the start of training camp, according to multiple sources. While it still appears doubtful the UCLA product will be ruled healthy enough, the club has decided to summon Wilkes for another physical in the next two weeks before completely ruling him...
  • 89 days ago
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Derrick Rose: Phil Jackson’s meddling doomed my Knicks

NY Post (Derrick Rose, Sam Smith) — This excerpt of “I’ll Show You,” by Derrick Rose with Sam Smith, is presented with permission from Triumph Books. For more information or to order a copy, please visit http://www.triumphbooks.com/derrickrose With the basketball, the way Phil [Jackson] had talked, and with [Joakim Noah] and [Carmelo Anthony], I really thought we were going to do something....
  • 90 days ago
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Knicks still have plans for Kris Wilkes after voiding his contract

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Rookie swingman Kris Wilkes of UCLA won’t be headed to Knicks training camp on a two-way contract, The Post has learned. Due to health reasons, Wilkes’ verbal agreement on a two-way deal has been voided. Wilkes, a 6-foot-8 small forward who averaged 17.4 points as a UCLA sophomore sniper, missed the Las Vegas summer league...
  • 92 days ago
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David Stern inducting Knicks’ boyhood idol Carl Braun into Hall

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — He is allowed to be a fan again, which makes David Stern’s sacred task Friday night so enjoyable. Always, hidden beneath the professional veneer and the formal burden of the commissioner’s office was the kid who used to sit in the blue seats, those 50-cent tickets acquired via the G.O. card that served as a...
  • 92 days ago
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This is the Frank Ntilikina the Knicks want to see

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Frank Ntilikina is finally fulfilling his potential. It’s just that it’s at the FIBA World Cup in China with the French National Team against the likes of Germany, Jordan and the Dominican Republic. But it’s a start, at least, as the Knicks’ 2017 lottery pick attempts to create a long-term future in New York. Three...
  • 92 days ago
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Taj Gibson is home and wants to prove Knicks’ doubters wrong

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Training camp is still a month away, but when the new-look Knicks convene at the end of September, they won’t be strangers. For weeks, they have been working out together and connecting through a text chain featuring the entire team. They have trained in Los Angeles, in Florida and most recently at Columbia University to...
  • 97 days ago
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Jeremy Lin’s NBA fears realized with Beijing Ducks signing

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — Jeremy Lin couldn’t find an NBA team this offseason. The former Knicks guard signed with the Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association, the team announced on Tuesday morning. It has been a frustrating offseason for Lin, who broke down recently when discussing the lack of interest from NBA teams. “Every year it gets harder,”...
  • 102 days ago
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