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Marcus Morris wants to stay with Knicks despite Clippers trade talk

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — The sunny winter beaches of Los Angeles. The City of Lights. Hollywood. A title contender. Marcus Morris said he’s still willing to pass it all up to stay with the rebuilding Knicks. The Clippers, who play host to the Knicks on Sunday at Staples Center, reportedly have interest in Morris, though they...
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Kawhi Leonard: I never considered going to the Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — Kawhi Leonard, parroting Kevin Durant, said he gave the Knicks no consideration during free agency. But his response made it seem like Toronto wasn’t a consideration, either. After his Clippers allowed 140 points in a loss to Memphis on Saturday, Leonard was asked if considered signing with the Knicks. “I never said...
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The Knicks’ greatest Kevin Knox fears are being realized

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — The preseason fears are being realized with Kevin Knox, the Knicks’ 2018 lottery pick. The addition of a wave of free-agent veterans has cut Knox’s playing time, cut his growth and ultimately cut his confidence. Knox has lost his mojo. The Knicks visit Los Angeles for two games — Sunday versus the...
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Mitchell Robinson mentor: Knicks center has All-Star potential

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — Knicks center Mitchell Robinson may not need a jump shot to become an All-Star one day, according to his mentor Taj Gibson. As the 21-year-old Robinson becomes an athletic wrecking ball inside on both ends as a dunk machine and rim protector, he’s all but dropped the idea of incorporating a 3-point shot...
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Knicks’ Elfrid Payton becomes dad and plays all in one day

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — Call him the sleepless Knicks starting point guard. Elfrid Payton became a new father Thursday but didn’t want to miss a game because of the milestone. With his girlfriend giving birth to a baby girl at 9 a.m. on Friday, Payton, who missed the team flight to Phoenix on Thursday, flew out Friday...
  • 14 days ago
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James Dolan watches Knicks melt down late in loss to Suns

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — With owner James Dolan along for this Western ride, the Knicks failed to deliver him a victory in the most winnable game of this four-game journey. The Knicks blew a 10-point halftime lead at Talking Stick Resort Arena, getting smacked by Devin Booker’s 37 points while their own top option, Julius Randle, fell...
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The Knicks’ new identity under Mike Miller

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The last time the Knicks headed west, they did so with a new coach. Thursday, they flew west with a newfound defensive identity. Owners of three straight wins, the Knicks have leaned on an improved defensive effort under interim coach Mike Miller. Their latest feat was holding the Trail Blazers to 16 fourth-quarter points in...
  • 15 days ago
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Mitchell Robinson among reasons why Knicks’ surge could be for real

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHOENIX — Mike Miller’s men of mystery head west to attempt to prove this blip of success is sustainable enough to make themselves relevant in 2020. Don’t look now, but the Knicks (10-24) have crept to within five games of the eighth seed in the East with January, February, March and April ahead of them....
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Carmelo Anthony is daring to dream of Knicks immortality

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The cheers began when the man and his signature hoodie took the court for pregame warmups on Wednesday night. They only grew louder from there. Whenever Carmelo Anthony was involved in the action the rest of the night, the crowd showered the former Knicks star with love in his second game at the Garden since...
  • 16 days ago
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Reggie Bullock’s emotional Knicks debut comes with special viewer

NY Post (Marc Berman) — What a debut. Reggie Bullock truly became a Knick with 3:52 left in the first quarter when he checked into his first game for the franchise that signed him in July. With plenty of family members at the Garden, Bullock received cheers — and kept them lasting. Bullock drained his first shot from the top...
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Knicks crashed Garden’s Carmelo Anthony lovefest

NY Post (George Willis) — The way Carmelo Anthony was cheered at the Garden on Wednesday night, you would have thought he was still playing for the Knicks. Anthony, who was the face of the Knicks franchise from 2011-2017, was cheered during the introductions, cheered whenever he touched the ball on the court and was even cheered when he headed...
  • 16 days ago
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Knicks, Mitchell Robinson spoil Carmelo Anthony’s special night

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It was a feel-good New Year’s Day for Carmelo Anthony and Garden fans on all fronts. Anthony had a terrific, season-high night and the Knicks still won, capturing their season-high third straight win with a 117-93 rout of the Blazers on Wednesday. Anthony received a strong ovation during pregame introductions, then proceeded to have a...
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David Stern’s NBA legacy has core value NFL can learn from

NY Post (George Willis) — Madison Square Garden fills up for almost every Knicks home game even though the product on the court hasn’t been much to brag about for a while. The franchise can thank David Stern for that. Under his 30 years of leadership as NBA commissioner, Stern turned the once-struggling league and all that goes with it...
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Knicks fans won’t stop cheering Carmelo Anthony

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The packed Garden crowd was nearly silent through the first four Trail Blazers starters, then delivered a big ovation, without any boos, when Carmelo Anthony’s name was called as he returned to his former home Wednesday for the first time since he was out of basketball and nearly retired. Anthony, who signed with Portland in...
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Reggie Bullock set to make Knicks debut: ‘150 percent healthy’

NY Post (Peter Botte) — More than five months later, Reggie Bullock says he is “150 percent healthy.” The 3-point threat is likely to finally make his Knicks debut in Wednesday night’s home game against the Trail Blazers after undergoing spinal fusion surgery soon after signing as a free agent in July. “I’m very excited. The injury is something that’s...
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