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Marcus Morris gives insight into why he ditched Spurs for Knicks

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Marcus Morris is happy about where he landed following a roundabout offseason. When he takes the floor in San Antonio for his regular-season Knicks debut, though, he may find out just how many people feel differently. The veteran forward had agreed to sign with the Spurs in July, only to renege and land with the...
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Dennis Smith Jr.’s new shot could mean everything for Knicks

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Dennis Smith Jr. spent the offseason reworking his jump shot. How often it lands may go a long way in determining how much of a jump the Knicks make themselves. “The best version of Dennis Smith Jr., you put him out on that Knicks team, that’s a pretty good team,” Smith said Monday at the...
  • 72 days ago
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Time to find out exactly what Knicks have in David Fizdale

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The coach of the Knicks speaks in the same tone as before, his words every bit as upbeat. You listen to David Fizdale speak, what you hear is a man who hasn’t yet been knocked flat by his won-loss record. You listen to Fizdale speak, you’re still half-tempted to grab some sneakers and shorts and...
  • 72 days ago
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The Knicks won’t hand RJ Barrett anything

NY Post (Marc Berman) — According to sources, some Knicks thought David Fizdale did not hold 2018 lottery pick Kevin Knox accountable enough as a rookie. Fizdale won’t make the same mistake with current lottery pick, RJ Barrett. Fizdale said he’ll “probably be tougher on RJ. I think this team is more talented, I think we have more guys he...
  • 73 days ago
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Knicks confident their summer wasn’t a total failure

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks president Steve Mills stopped short of predicting for 2019-20 but stated his new Knicks are going to be beloved by the patient fans who have endured six straight losing seasons. In breaking his silence since late June, Mills said he was “very excited” about the summer and added the free agents that came chose...
  • 73 days ago
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Knicks will finally speak up after bizarre silence

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The silence has been deafening and it finally will be broken Monday. President Steve Mills, GM Scott Perry and coach David Fizdale will speak publicly for the first time since June 21 at Monday’s media day as the Knicks open training camp burdened by a six-year playoff drought. Players are being made available ahead of...
  • 74 days ago
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Knicks’ storylines to watch: Point-guard battle tops the list

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks were active in the offseason but didn’t land the big names many fans hoped. Here’s a look at some of the issues heading into camp: Best Position Battle: Point guard The battle royale at training camp will — again — be at point guard. Last camp, it featured Trey Burke, Emmanuel Mudiay and...
  • 74 days ago
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A player-by-player look at the Knicks’ training camp roster

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Post’s Marc Berman takes a look at the Knicks’ training camp roster. Camp opens on Monday: Pos., Player, Age, Ht., Wt. PG, Kadeem Allen, 26, 6-3, 215 On two-way contract, showed grit, shotmaking (46.1 FG percentage) in 19 games late last season. SG/SF, RJ Barrett, 19, 6-7, 200 The Duke rookie phenom once thought...
  • 74 days ago
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The growing Knicks whispers that could spell doom

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Player development and salary-cap space became buzz words from the coaches and front office during last season’s 17-65 Knicks’ tankfest. Though the Knicks may not be ready to jump from the league’s worst team to a playoff berth, president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry are looking to win a lot more games despite...
  • 75 days ago
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Nets sign former Knicks forward, but it’s not Carmelo Anthony

NY Post (Mollie Walker) — Lance Thomas is crossing over the Brooklyn Bridge. The 6-foot-8 forward, who spent the last four-and-a-half seasons with the Knicks before he was waived in June, signed with the Nets on Friday. Terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed. Thomas’ signing comes amid reports of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant pushing for the Nets...
  • 76 days ago
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Chris Childs says Nets’ free-agent coup should be Knicks’ ‘wakeup call’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Chris Childs played his first two seasons with the Nets before signing with the Knicks for the glory years from 1996 to 2001. The ex-point guard could never have imagined what has taken place in New York’s basketball landscape – the Nets beating out the Knicks for superstar free agents Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving....
  • 77 days ago
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This looks nothing like the Frank Ntilikina who has confounded Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Incredibly, Frank Ntilikina, the Knicks’ 2017 lottery pick, is now the team’s longest-tenured player, along with Damyean Dotson. Ntilikina played like he wants to stay that way when he led the French National Team to a bronze medal in the FIBA World Cup earlier this month. As the 6-6 point guard arrives from France later...
  • 78 days ago
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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...
  • 79 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...
  • 79 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...
  • 80 days ago
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