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Knicks 121, Rockets 99: “The IQ/Rose backcourt is damn good”

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — The Big Three | Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images No Mitch, no problem. The Knicks blasted the Rockets into basketball’s version of a black hole on Saturday behind 38 combined points from bench backcourt buddies Derrick Rose and Immanuel Quickley, in an all-around team effort that ultimately resulted in Houston crashing like Elon Musk’s latest SpaceX rocket...
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Knicks 121, Rockets 99: Scenes from a bench masterpiece

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports Rose and Quickley helped the second unit propel the Knicks to the W. The New York Knicks swept their weekend back-to-back by whipping the Houston Rockets on Saturday evening, 121-99. If memory serves me, they hadn’t swept a back-to-back in the previous three seasons. They’ve already done it twice in 2020-21. While Julius Randle turned in his usual solid...
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Game Preview: Knicks vs Rockets, 2/13/2021

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images I got the broken hand blues. Last night’s victory came with a jarring damper as Mitchell Robinson slowly realized he had a broken hand. His free throw shooting has been terrible this year but he missed one that was two feet short and two feet to the right. Mitch has dealt with all variety of ailments this season, going bottom to top,...
  • 19 days ago
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Knicks 109, Wizards 91: “At least that isn’t his shooting hand”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports But yeah. This sucks. Mitchell Robinson had 10 points and 14 rebounds. That they came in just the first half isn’t the story. That they stayed at 10 and 14 is. On a night the Knicks thoroughly dominated the Washington Wizards 109-91, Robinson’s fractured right hand is the big story. Entering the night, four of the five Knicks starters — Robinson, Julius...
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Knicks 109, Wizards 91: Scenes from a sloppy, costly victory

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Mitch is hurt. The Washington Wizards are butt, and they were even more butt on Friday night as their best player, Bradley Beal, sat out for load management. The New York Knicks took care of business against this booty crew, 109-91, though the game was disturbingly close for a while, and a costly victory moving forward. The first half belonged to...
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Game Preview: Knicks at Wizards, 2/12/21

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images Get stops Back in effect. The Knicks shoot over to DC to face the Wizards. After a spirited set of losses against the Heat, New York will go up against a team, much less inclined to dig in on the defensive end. Julius Randle and the gang have been a brooding group on the defense and the league is finally starting to see that as they’ve started...
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The Knicks will play in front of about 2,000 fans per home game starting Feb. 23

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — Fans at one of the final games before last season’s shutdown. | Photo by James Devaney/Getty Images Bold strategy, let’s see if it pays off for them. The crowd noise at Madison Square Garden won’t be completely fake for much longer, as the Knicks have announced that, despite the ongoing pandemic, they will be allowed to host roughly 2,000 fans per game beginning on Feb. 23 against...
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Westchester Knicks sting Greensboro Swarm, secure 118-106 victory

Posting and Toasting (Chris Priczak) — Photo by Juan Ocampo/NBAE via Getty Images Myles Powell, Louis King and James Young scored 20+ points each as Westchester secures second win over the Greensboro Swarm. The Westchester Knicks entered the second game of a back-to-back missing three players (Bryce Brown, Justin Patton and Ignas Brazdeikis) who were out with a variety of minor injuries. That didn’t faze the Knicks,...
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Ep. 85 Shock Jacques Knicks Podcast

Posting and Toasting (Sean Saint Jacques) — Derrick Rose is back, the Knicks still show good signs, a check on Westchester and the odd story developing in Dallas. Hey everyone! I’m back with a new show this week breaking down the Knicks and NBA! Here is the show rundown: -The Knicks continue to show positive signs despite two tough losses to Miami. -Derrick Rose returns as the Knicks trade away Dennis Smith Jr. to Detroit. I...
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February P&T mailbag, part two: Randle vs. Obi, Lonzo Ball and which Knick needs to draft for next

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports A mailbag full of love as Valentine’s Day nears. Part one of the February mailbag dealt with Immanuel Quickley vs. Elfrid Payton, which Knicks should be re-signed for how much money and the vast greatness of LeBron James. Part two didn’t. 1) Is it worth it for the Knicks to buy into Julius Randle, as in build your team and prepare as if...
  • 21 days ago
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Jared Harper, Ignas Brazdeikis lead Westchester Knicks to win in G League season opener

Posting and Toasting (Chris Priczak) — Photo by Chris Marion/NBAE via Getty Images Four Knicks scored in double figures, while Westchester shot 52 percent from the field and 40 percent from three. The Westchester Knicks opened the season on Wednesday against the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. The Knicks held the lead through the first half, but Mad Ants tied the score after three quarters of play. After Fort Wayne held a 91-88...
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Heat 98, Knicks 96: “Rose is quick. IQ is quick. Nice quick backcourt.”

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images A loss that probably could’ve been a win Facing the same opponent twice in a row, the Knicks took their talents to South Beach on Tuesday night for a rematch with the Heat. Without a little home cooking on the end of the officials, they might have gotten the redeeming win they were looking for. I’m not normally one to ever blame a loss on...
  • 22 days ago
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What to expect from the Westchester Knicks in the G League bubble

Posting and Toasting (Chris Priczak) — Photo by Juan Ocampo/NBAE via Getty Images With a talented roster, Westchester could have a chance at the postseason. The call-up trend should continue this season as well. There are many things to look forward to this G League season. The Westchester Knicks possibly have one of the most talented rosters in the NBAGL, which could propel them into the postseason. Westchester has...
  • 22 days ago
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Heat 98, Knicks 96: Scenes from let’s just stop playing the Heat for a while

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports These losses hurt just a bit more. The friggin’ Heat, man. The Knicks played two games against Miami, and both games were absolute soul-crushers. We won’t be better than those bastards again as long as Pat Riley is alive, and unfortunately his pact with Satan stipulates he live to be 666 years old. Tuesday’s clash with Miami was a viciously tense...
  • 23 days ago
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Catching up on Westchester Knicks’ offseason

Posting and Toasting (Chris Priczak) — Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images With season less than a week away, catch up offseason news with Westchester players. It’s been 11 long months since the Westchester Knicks last played. The 2019-20 season was suspended in March of 2020, while the 2019-20 season was pushed back to February. In the 11 month span, tons of news happened. Here’s a rundown on what happened during...
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