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Trey Burke is trying to handle this Knicks’ disruption differently

NY Post (Marc Berman) — If this is déjà vu for point guard Trey Burke, this time he’s not going to let it get him down. Thursday’s deadline trade for Emmanuel Mudiay has so far made Burke an afterthought just one month after joining the Knicks for an audition. When he arrived in New York after tearing up the G...
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How Knicks newcomer is getting up to speed without a practice

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The games no longer have playoff implications, but there will be plenty of intrigue Wednesday when the Knicks return home to play at Mudiay Square Garden. Against the Wizards in the final game before the All-Star break, newly acquired point guard Emmanuel Mudiay will make his Garden debut in a Knicks uniform after two games...
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Kristaps Porzingis’ clock starts ticking after surgery

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis underwent “successful surgery’’ to repair his ACL tear at the Hospital of Special Surgery, the Knicks announced Tuesday at noon. The Knicks offered no timetable for the 7-3 Latvian’s return. They may do so after he begins his rehab process, which will come shortly. Recent players recovering from ACL tears have taken between...
  • 11 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek has surprisingly positive view on Porzingis injury

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Jeff Hornacek thinks Kristaps Porzingis will look back at his catastrophic ACL tear and “be glad he went through it,” saying he has a “great attitude.” Porzingis is expected to undergo surgery to repair the ACL tear in his left knee Tuesday — one week after suffering the injury. The Knicks may reveal...
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Knicks lose seventh straight as Mudiay, Ntilikina come up small

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — One day the Knicks might be as good as the Sixers. No longer the shame of the league hanging onto their “Trust The Process’’ moniker, the eighth-seeded Sixers moved eight games up on the 11th-place Knicks with a 108-92 victory at Wells Fargo Center on Monday. The lottery-bound Knicks lost their seventh straight...
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Knicks can revive potential Emmanuel Mudiay lost in China: brother

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA – It’s the family’s biggest regret. Jean-Michel Mudiay believes his older brother Emmanuel’s career would look different had he attended SMU and learned under Larry Brown for a season. After two-and-a-half seasons of underachievement in Denver, Mudiay was dealt to the Knicks at Thursday’s trade deadline and turned out a smoking debut Sunday in...
  • 12 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis still finds way to contribute to Team LeBron

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — Kristaps Porzingis still wants to somehow be part of All-Star Weekend, even if he’s on crutches in New York next Sunday. As hokey as it might sound, Porzingis is sending boxes of his new “Zing Bars” special delivery to Los Angeles to distribute to his Team LeBron teammates. “I won’t be playing this...
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Knicks may bring back familiar face to mentor young guards

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — The Knicks have three point guards aged 25-and-under who need grooming, particularly 2017 lottery pick Frank Ntiliikna and 2015 lottery pick Emmanuel Mudiay, who made his Knicks debut versus the Pacers Sunday. As a result, the Knicks are considering bringing aboard former point guard Pablo Prigioni as a developmental coach, according to two...
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Emmanuel Mudiay impresses (and Knicks don’t) in strong debut

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — Four points guards weren’t enough to topple the Pacers. Though newcomer Emmanuel Mudiay put up a double-double in his Knicks debut, the club suffered its sixth straight loss in a 121-113 defeat to Indiana at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. In 29 minutes off the bench and without a team practice, Mudiay finished with 14...
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Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay speaks — and not just in English

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — You can call them “The French Connection.” Maybe there’s some karma with newly acquired Knicks point guard Emmanuel Mudiay joining French rookie Frank Ntilikina. Mudiay said he, too, is fluent in French, having grown up in the Congo, and they already have been bonding in that language. The trade for Mudiay has raised...
  • 13 days ago
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Why Hornacek thinks Ntilikina can handle Mudiay addition

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — You have a young, foreign-born, lottery-pick point guard who has struggled lately as a rookie. So you trade for a young, foreign-born lottery pick point guard who has struggled since entering the league in 2015-16. What does that tell the other guy? Nothing negative, Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek hopes. Hornacek does not think the acquisition...
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Even Enes Kanter realizes the Knicks’ reality now

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Center Enes Kanter, perhaps the last guy in New York — beyond the drunk on the corner stool of a bar on W. 33rd Street — may have run up the white flag on the Knicks’ playoff hopes in the wake of Kristaps Porzingis’ injury. “It’s tough. We are in 11th spot right now. I’m...
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Best place for LeBron to finish padding his resume is right here

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — There are a thousand reasons why this will never happen, of course. We could list them all here but: a) it’s depressing, and b) the list would probably run over into Mushnick’s page and he charges exorbitant rent. So we can focus on the one reason why it should happen. The one reason why LeBron...
  • 14 days ago
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Knicks GM’s plan delivers hope at a desperate time

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It won’t speed up Kristaps Porzingis’ rehab process, but credit Knicks general manager Scott Perry for jumping in to pacify a saddened fan base with a series of well-intended sentiments. It’s part of the job, even if former president Phil Jackson didn’t think it was, and the first-year GM carried it out seamlessly. That’s why...
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Knicks rookie finally gets his shot and refuses to waste it

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks’ controversial decision to trade a 23-year-old, All-Rookie first-team center selection for two distant second-round picks became clearer Thursday in Toronto. The 7-foot former Vanderbilt center Luke Kornet, who has spent the season with G-League Westchester, made his NBA debut a historic one at Air Canada Centre. He posted a double-double, adding four blocks...
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