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Moe Harkless leaves Knicks for Heat title chance

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Moe Harkless is taking his talents to a contender. The former St. John’s star, who made a cameo with the Knicks last season, has agreed to sign a one-year, $3.6 million deal with the Heat, ESPN reported Saturday. The 27-year-old forward arrived in New York last season as part of the Marcus Morris trade and...
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Knicks land swingman Alec Burks in NBA free agency

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks’ free-agent foray got off to a slow start, but they made one signing Friday, grabbing swingman Alec Burks on a one-year, $6 million deal, according to a source. Burks started his career at Utah, where new Knicks assistant GM Walt Perrin drafted him in the first round in 2011. A journeyman, Burks played...
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Pacers are major threat to Knicks’ Gordon Hayward pursuit

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks may not be battling Boston for the chance to make the World’s Most Famous Arena — Madison Square Gordon. The chance for the Pacers to bring former Celtics star forward Gordon Hayward back to home to Indy, where he was raised and led Butler to two NCAA Finals Fours has gained major traction....
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Davis Bertans could be sweet-shooting Knicks’ Plan B in free agency

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks struck out making the last Latvian forward happy in New York, but they may try out another one. Washington’s sweet-shooting combo forward, Davis Bertans, is on their wish list, as reported in Friday’s Post. Free agency begins at 6 p.m. The Wizards hope to re-sign the 28-year-old Bertans but want to keep the...
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Ranking NBA’s top 30 free agents in 2020

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Barring a major surprise with Anthony Davis or Brandon Ingram, there will be no stars switching teams. NBA free agency, like the 2020 NBA Draft, is about adding depth and shooting. There are plenty of quality contributors available, but the big-ticket star is not on the market. That happens next year, with Giannis Antetokounmpo and...
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These three NBA free agents could be on Knicks’ radar

NY Post (Marc Berman) — As NBA free agency opens, here are three names to keep an eye on for the Knicks: Gordon Hayward He was on pace to be a perennial All-Star before he shattered his leg in his Celtics debut in 2017. He’s still a good passer and 3-point shooter and averaged 17 points on 50 percent shooting...
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Obi Toppin unplugged: ‘Heartbreaking’ adversity, dream Knicks legacy

NY Post (Steve Serby) — Still reveling in landing on the Knicks, who selected him with the No. 8 pick in the draft, Brooklyn native Obi Toppin played a little one-on-one with Post columnist Steve Serby: Q: What are your thoughts about Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and sharing the town with the Brooklyn Nets? A: Yeah, KD and Kyrie,...
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Obi Toppin’s mom shows his Knicks fandom with adorable throwback photo

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — The hometown kid was a fan of his hometown and now his current team growing up. Obi Toppin let out tears of joy after the Knicks selected the Brooklyn native No. 8 overall in the 2020 NBA Draft on Wednesday. On Thursday his mother, Roni, shared a picture on Twitter that may have provided just...
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Knicks still need to solve haunting point guard problem

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — There was one thing separating Obi Toppin from enjoying unanimous approval from his brand-new constituency, Knicks fans who have labored for years — for decades, actually — looking for a clear path to relevance, and contention. There is no denying Toppin’s talent. There is little question he is a worker, that he cares, that he...
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Knicks trade for Jazz forward Ed Davis, more 2023 draft picks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The 2023 draft strikes again. The Knicks stockpiled two more 2023 second-round picks by trading for Utah Jazz big man Ed Davis and agreeing to pay the $5 million left on his contract, ESPN reported. The Knicks now have compiled three 2023 second-rounders in the past 24 hours after trading the 33rd pick to the...
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Knicks interested in Gordon Hayward after $34 million opt out

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Could the Knicks turn the World’s Most Famous Arena into Madison Square Gordon? In a surprising development, Celtics forward Gordon Hayward opted out of the $34 million player option in the final year of his contract Thursday on the eve of free agency despite his injury history and less-than-All-Star form of recent times. Free agency...
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Taj Gibson, Bobby Portis among Knicks dumped on eve of NBA free agency

NY Post (Marc Berman) — D-Day came Thursday and only swingman Reggie Bullock survived, according to sources. Among others, the Knicks waived big men Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis, declining to exercise their team options. Gibson stood to make $10 million next season and Portis $15 million. According to sources, Gibson is the strongest candidate to return on a lesser...
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Myles Powell signing with Knicks after NBA Draft

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Myles Powell may have gone undrafted, but the All-American from Seton Hall will be getting a shot in the league anyway — with the hometown team. The Knicks will be giving the 6-foot-2 shooting guard from Trenton an invite to training camp, sources confirmed to The Post’s Marc Berman. Powell is represented by CAA, the...
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Immanuel Quickley NBA Draft pick bonds Knicks to John Calipari’s gospel

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kentucky coach John Calipari could not contain his glee that his buddies, Knicks president Leon Rose and senior VP William Wesley, drafted one of his Kentucky guys – 6-3 combo guard Immanuel Quickley. Calipari posted a jubilant video that should excite Knicks fans after Rose tabbed Quickley with the 25th pick in the draft Wednesday...
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NBA draft grades 2020: Breaking down every team’s picks

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — At long last, the 2020 NBA Draft is complete. Five months late and and following an unusual pre-draft process because of the COVID-19 pandemic, NBA teams have finally injected their rosters with some youth in hopes of finding the next stars. At first blush, here’s how each team graded out with their picks from Wednesday...
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