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What Andrew Cuomo’s training-camp edict means for Knicks, Nets

NY Post (Zach Braziller, Marc Berman) — Knicks and Nets players are expected to soon have the option of taking part in voluntary workouts at their practice facilities in Tarrytown and Brooklyn, respectively, after Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday greenlit New York professional teams being able to holding training camps. It remains to be seen how many of the players plan to take...
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Andrew Cuomo: New York sports teams can hold in-state training camps

NY Post (Justin Tasch, Kevin Sheehan) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s push to get professional sports going again in New York took another step forward Sunday. Cuomo said during a press conference at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh that as of Sunday, professional sports leagues can begin holding training camps in New York, as leagues work on their plans to resume play amid...
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NBA restarting season at Disney World is almost done deal

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The NBA and Mickey Mouse are moving closer to a July marriage. The league on Saturday confirmed a report from earlier this week that Disney World is on track to become the sole site for the NBA’s fan-less resumption to the season, likely in late July. The venue would be the ESPN’s Wide World of...
  • 48 days ago
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This NBA playoff idea could leave Knicks, Nets in trouble

NY Post (Marc Berman) — One of the various play-in tournaments the NBA is considering includes one scenario that would keep the Knicks home and the Nets possibly having to play their way into the playoffs. According to an NBA source, Thursday’s annual GM meetings, held over video-conference, gave no clear indication as to which way commissioner Adam Silver was...
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Knicks mailbag: Talking NBA Draft plan and if LaMelo Ball fits

NY Post (Marc Berman) — You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Knicks. Should the Knicks go for the best fit or the best player available in this year’s draft?...
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Patrick Ewing is reminder our coronavirus fight is not won

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — We are reminded, again of our vulnerability, and of the rare power of the coronavirus to turn a blind eye on its victims, unaware of status, unmoved by fame or accomplishment. Late in the afternoon of a Memorial Day Friday comes the word that an old New York hero named Patrick Ewing is in the...
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Charles Oakley sends support to Patrick Ewing after coronavirus diagnosis

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — Charles Oakley appears to have called off his Patrick Ewing bashing. Oakley delivered a heartfelt message on social media after his former Knicks teammate and current Georgetown coach announced Friday he is hospitalized with the coronavirus in Washington DC. “I went to war with you for ten years. I won’t leave you on the battlefield...
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Georgetown coach, Knicks legend Patrick Ewing in hospital with coronavirus

NY Post (Michael Blinn) — Patrick Ewing has tested positive for coronavirus, and is sharing his diagnosis to raise public awareness. The Knicks legend and current Georgetown coach is under care and isolated at a local hospital, the school’s athletic department said in a statement. “I want to share that I have tested positive for COVID-19,” the Hall of Famer...
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Knicks shirt given out at MSG contributed to horrific burns, lawsuit claims

NY Post (Priscilla DeGregory) — A Manhattan woman says a free t-shirt she was given at a Knicks game at Madison Square Garden was so flammable that it contributed to the horrific burns she got in a gas-stove accident, court papers show. Nathalie Solorzano filed a pre-lawsuit petition in Manhattan Supreme Court asking MSG to tell her who manufactured the...
  • 49 days ago
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Willis Reed is only Knick to capture the NBA Finals MVP

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The 1 and only… Knick to win MVP of the NBA Finals: Willis Reed The Time: May 8 1970; May 10, 1973. The Background: The Knicks, despite being a charter member of the NBA, had never won a championship despite being in the Finals three straight years (1951, ’52, ’53), losing twice to George Mikan’s...
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Leon Rose’s awkward rebuild of Knicks’ front office applauded around NBA

NY Post (Marc Berman) — However unorthodox, Knicks president Leon Rose has “upgraded’’ his basketball operations staff, according to multiple NBA sources. Rose decided to pick up the option on GM Scott Perry for next season but surprisingly is not expected to retain Perry’s two major scouting hires from 2017 – assistant GM Gerald Madkins and pro player personnel director...
  • 50 days ago
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Mark Cuban ‘very’ stunned about how Mavericks got Kristaps Porzingis from Knicks

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — One day, the Knicks had one of the most unique and promising young talents in the league, capable of carrying the team for the next decade. Then, they exchanged a 7-foot-3 unicorn for 25 cents on the dollar. No one could believe Kristaps Porzingis was being shipped to Dallas. Even the beneficiary. “Very [stunned],” Mavericks...
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NBA season restart plan seems to gain serious momentum

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — The NBA is set to take an important step towards resuming its season. Teams expect the league office to set guidelines, around June 1, that will allow them to recall players who currently live out of market, according to ESPN. Numerous owners, executives and players believe commissioner Adam Silver will soon after announce that games...
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Mitchell Robinson is showing off skills we’ve never seen before

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Mitchell Robinson has been the big man the Knicks envisioned, becoming one of the best shot-blockers in the NBA, while holding what would stand as the best single-season field goal percentage (74.2) in league history. But the 7-footer isn’t satisfied living in the paint. One week after video was posted showing Robinson drilling a pair...
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Unfazed Tyrese Haliburton would put Knicks on ‘right track’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Iowa State point guard Tyrese Haliburton says he won’t be daunted if he winds up with the Knicks, as some project. “Being in New York, they always talk about the pressure of being a Knick,’’ Haliburton said Tuesday on ESPN’s “The Jump,” adding “I feel like no matter where I go, the pressure I put...
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