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Kyrie Irving’s depressing Celtics season ending predictably: ‘Who cares?’

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — It was seven months ago that Kyrie Irving told a raucous Boston crowd he was going to re-sign with the Celtics. That now seems as likely as the Earth actually being flat. Irving played what is likely his last home game with the Celtics on Monday night, shooting 7-of-23 in Boston’s 113-101 loss to the...
  • 104 days ago
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Kevin Knox’s Knicks transformation is underway

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The mission to make Knicks forward Kevin Knox better next season has begun. Knicks coach David Fizdale revealed he spent all of last week with the Knicks’ 2018 lottery pick in the team’s Tarrytown facility working on elements of the 6-foot-9 forward’s game. Fizdale had wanted the players to take three weeks off after the...
  • 104 days ago
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Unrelenting Knicks heckles briefly crack Kevin Durant

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — The Knicks buzz is following Kevin Durant everywhere. As Durant’s Warriors lost Game 4 to the Rockets 112-108 in Houston on Monday to even their best-of-seven series – moving him two losses closer to free agency this summer –  one relentless Rockets fan wouldn’t let him hear the end of it. The fan could be...
  • 104 days ago
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I won’t ask for another Knicks lottery ‘fix,’ but…

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Look: For the record, I am NOT going to urge Adam Silver to commit fraud next Tuesday night in Chicago, when the NBA conducts its draft lottery. (Not in so many words, anyway.) That would be hard to justify. That would be a hard thing for a conscience to live with, especially one that endured...
  • 105 days ago
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ESPN making changes to NBA draft lottery coverage

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — One of the biggest nights in Knicks’ franchise history will have a different look to it on ESPN. The network is throwing more resources at the NBA draft lottery on May 14, a night that will be centered on who will get the No. 1 pick and the ability to draft Duke star Zion Williamson....
  • 105 days ago
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Zion? Anthony Davis? Morant? How Knicks will decide as dominoes fall

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Would the Knicks draft for need if they don’t win next week’s lottery and instead wind up with the second or third pick? The Knicks view power forward as their greatest need following the Kristaps Porzingis trade. It just so happens that is the NBA position of Duke’s Zion Williamson, the consensus No. 1 pick....
  • 106 days ago
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Vegas adds to Knicks’ Kevin Durant hype with new odds

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — Vegas is a believer. The SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas came out with its first stab at odds for the 2019-20 NBA champion, and only five squads are listed as bigger favorites than a team coming off a 17-65 disaster. The Knicks open at 16/1 to hold the trophy next year, behind only the Warriors...
  • 106 days ago
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Enes Kanter’s body barely survived Blazers-Nuggets marathon

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — Four overtimes took a different kind of toll on Enes Kanter. The former Knick played a career-high 56 minutes with a separated left shoulder in his Trail Blazers’ eventual 140-137 triumph over the Denver Nuggets in Game 3 of their Western Conference second-round series on Friday night in Portland. Kanter, whose team now leads the...
  • 107 days ago
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Daniel Jones has talked with Zion Williamson about ‘cool’ Knicks possibility

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — Daniel Jones is among some big-name rookies at Giants minicamp this week, but he hopes to have one more join him in the Big Apple. The Duke alum shared the school’s Durham, North Carolina, campus with another up-and-coming star: basketball phenom Zion Williamson, the prospective No. 1 pick in the 2019 NBA draft. That top...
  • 108 days ago
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Knicks using playoffs to scout soon-to-be free agent targets

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks are at the playoffs. Sort of. While coach David Fizdale plans to soon attend playoff games with his youngest players, the club has ramped up its pro scouting during the postseason. According to two NBA sources, the Knicks have blanketed the first and second round of the playoffs, with general manager Scott Perry...
  • 109 days ago
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Why Enes Kanter is ripping the Turkish government again

NY Post (Ted Holmlund) — Enes Kanter had a solid game in helping the Trail Blazers to a 97-90 win over the Nuggets in Game 2 of their Western Conference semifinal on Wednesday night. Not that you would know it if you live in Turkey. Kanter, a former Knick, reignited his fight with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan after discovering...
  • 109 days ago
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MSG shareholders sue James Dolan over high salary, excessive time with his band

NY Post (Tamar Lapin) — Madison Square Garden CEO James Dolan is paying himself way too much money for a job he’s barely doing, his shareholders reportedly claim in a new lawsuit. MSG shareholders say the Knicks owner is spending too much time on stage with his blues-inspired rock band — and not enough time in the boardroom, Pitchfork reported....
  • 110 days ago
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Unreleased Kevin Durant book: More telling clues of Warriors exit

NY Post (Marc Berman) — “KD” – an unauthorized biography on Kevin Durant due out in May – doesn’t report the Warriors superstar definitively will leave the Bay Area, but gives pages of clues on why he will never feel complete by finishing his career there. The book, written by Bay area journalist Marcus Thompson II, depicts Durant as striving...
  • 111 days ago
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Guy Fieri joins Warriors’ fight to keep Kevin Durant off Knicks

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — If this is the deciding factor, Knicks fans will just have to swallow the bad news. TV chef and Warriors fan Guy Fieri has made a unique offer to Kevin Durant in hopes of keeping him in the Bay Area. “Call me, KD. Tell me what you need. [laughs] If there is a such thing...
  • 111 days ago
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Knicks’ TV ratings tank, and only Kevin Durant can save them

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Just because Knicks fans still packed the Garden with a thumbs-up understanding of the team’s tanking, that didn’t mean people were watching from home. Knicks telecasts on MSG Network went in the tank also this season, seeing a ratings drop of 38 percent over last season, according to Sports Business Journal. The Knicks finished with...
  • 112 days ago
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