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Frank Ntilikina owns Kemba Walker: A video breakdown

Posting and Toasting (bootum) — Photo by Zhizhao Wu/Getty Images Highlights from Frank’s shining moment at FIBA Kemba Walker was having a stellar FIBA World Cup tournament until Frank Ntilikina came along. Averaging 14.6 points and six assists per game on 50 percent from the field and 41 percent from three, he was single-handedly keeping Team USA the tournament favorites. Frank didn’t care about how well Kemba...
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Recap: France 89, USA 79: DONT EVER POST UP MY BABY BOY FRANK

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — This bear got all your honey. Now scram outta here, you. | Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images True love found us but it’s not the end. France must have heard that the United States wants to change the words to the New Colossus and then SWIPE! We’re rolling, folks. Before Kemba Walker even knew the game started, the French were attacking. Frank Ntilikina subsumed a bobbled...
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France 89, USA 79: Scenes from the resistance

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Witness | Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images France invaded the USA in China. We were treated to a tightly contested battle for basketball egalitarianism this morning. Frank Ntilikina and France opened a double digit lead in the first half. The Untied States looped their way back into it behind some laced up scoring from Donovan Mitchell , a little force of will by Marcus Smart ...
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RJ Barrett is making it really easy to like him

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — R.J. Barrett cradles a basketball like it’s his own child. | Photo by Sean Berry/NBAE via Getty Images Hopefully the likability translates once the real hooping begins RJ Barrett has been described as a consolation prize, but the 19-year-old swingman is quickly hardwiring himself into the hearts of Knicks fans and providing hope that the team might have selected someone who could be...
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Recap: Australia 100, France 98: Crowd-sourced P&T Slack recap

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Photo by Shi Tang/Getty Images Why hear from just one of us? France played again today! Unfortunately, the Flying Frank Ntilkinas didn’t pull out a victory, dropping their first game of this FIBA World Cup to the now-5-0 Australia Boomers. Frank actually had a really good start to the game, pouring in seven points in the early stages of the game, and not a single one from spot-up...
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The Posting & Toasting Show: Episode 9

Posting and Toasting (Drew Steele) — Stink The Atlantic Division rundown Drew, Shwin, and their good friend Jeremy Cohen take a moment to reflect on just how crazy this NBA offseason was, especially in the Atlantic Division. The guys talk about all the moves the Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, and Toronto Raptors made and the players that each team lost. After that, Jeremy tells an unexpected tale of a...
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Knicks void Kris Wilkes’ deal, open up another two-way contract

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images He’s injured at the moment. One youngster you didn’t see playing with the New York Knicks in the Las Vegas Summer was former UCLA forward Kris Wilkes, whom the club signed to a two-way contract following the draft. Sadly, we won’t see Wilkes in training camp either, as the team has voided his contract, per Marc Berman. “While the 20-year-old...
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Recap: France 78, Lithuania 75: “Battle of the Garden Favourites”

Posting and Toasting (Prezs2ReprsntMe) — Quiet game for Frank, but France perseveres GUEST RECAP TIME! It’s ya boy Prez AKA Julius Rambles AKA Young RJ Barrett Old Man Professor Clothes AKA Draft Prep P AKA Lamelo Ball Majority Shareholder **Funk Flex airhorns** While most of us slept, France began what is shaping up to be an absolutely brutal second round group stage versus a stout and physical Lithuanian team, starring none...
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Retro Recap: 1992 East semifinals Game 1: Knicks 94, Bulls 89

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — The win that put Pat Riley’s Knicks on the map. The night of May 5, 1992 featured a waxing crescent moon. The No. 1 song in the United States was “Jump” by Kris Kross. Basic Instinct topped the box office. ABC ruled primetime TV with Roseanne and Home Improvement (useful to know the next time Tim Allen claims that “nothing ...pisses people off more than a very funny...
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Ep. 10 Posting and Toasting Podcast Friday Edition

Posting and Toasting (Sean Saint Jacques) — Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports The French Prince of Nowhere? I answer that, many of your questions and much more. Hey folks! New podcast hot off the airwaves this week! Very exciting show! I talk about the latest on the Frank Ntilikina situation. How is he doing at the FIBA World Cup with France? What does that mean and what will the Knicks ultimately do with him? Also, Melo to the Nets?...
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Recap: France 90, Dominican Republic 56: “Hope Fiz is keeping up with his progress.”

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Photo by Zhong Zhi/Getty Images Some bumps in the road, but he rode right over them. In what could be a dangerous trend, France had another walkover victory. High energy defensive pressure at the point of attack, shooting up the wings and eclipsing the lane are the signature to France’s winning ways. The teamwork carries over to the offensive end where everyone moves in unison and the...
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France 90, Dominican Republic 56: Scenes from a disheveled leveling

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — You get a turnover, and you get a turnover, and you get a turnover and... | Photo by Zhong Zhi/Getty Images A real giveth and taketh away sort of affair. A quick death today for the Dominican Republic. France was sloppy and wild just to make it appear to be the same competition. Nevertheless a rather ugly game where Les Bleus just outpaced an inferior opponent. The perimeter defense from ...
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The first ‘Ask SSJ’ Mailbag is looking for your questions!

Posting and Toasting (Sean Saint Jacques) — Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports The photo is supposed to be me in deep thought contemplating your questions. Hey folks! I’ve been looking to do this for a while and now that I have the blessings of the site, we are ready to go! Ask SSJ is here for the first time and I’m looking for your best questions. They can be about anything. It can be anything Knicks, anything sports, questions for me...
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Recap: France 103, Jordan 64: “He slurped that steal up”

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Photo by Zhong Zhi/Getty Images Ntilikina looking meaner. The kid was alright! France absolutely stomped an underwhelming Jordan team. Our boy Frank Ntilikina had a lot to do with it. Much like Summer League, guys that belong on the NBA level need to be dominant against lesser competition. It’s what we need as fans to feel comfortable moving forward. A lot of folks press this too far...
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France 103, Jordan 64: Scenes from an intercontinental beatdown

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Photo by Zhong Zhi/Getty Images Ntilikina caused much damage. France brutalized Jordan today. Pilloried with body blows, it was only a matter of time before Jordan just couldn’t even compete. Our good pal, Frank Ntilikina started and played fantastically. C'est un peu l'action du match. Ntilikina plonge salement. La suite ? Un violent 12 à 0 pic.twitter.com/ZAATD9Clkx — The Daily...
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