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Locked on Knicks, Episode 282 - Troy Williams’ jaw, 5 games to go, Trey Burke’s PnR skills

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Get buckets through the wire On today’s ‘sode host James Marceda shares some silver linings to Troy Williams’ season-ending jaw injury and reviews his play with the Knicks. Then he looks at the Knicks’ and Bulls’ remaining games to see if the Knicks can move up a spot in the tankathon and closes out the show by sharing some audio of an Ian Begley interview with Trey Burke. Listen!
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Troy Williams is done for the rest of the season

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — We hardly knew ye, yo As the Knicks enter the last week and a half of this season, it’s become more and more of a challenge coming up with reasons to watch this ship listlessly sink to another 50+ losses. The challenge just intensified. The Knicks say Troy Williams sustained a fractured jaw in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Detroit and will miss the remainder of the season....
  • 326 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 281: In praise of the Knicks’ passing

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — They moved the ball well! On today’s ‘sode I break down the Knicks’ 115-109 loss to the Detroit Pistons, focusing on a couple of plays that demonstrated outstanding ball movement. PLUS: Frank sits, KOQ vs Kanter, Beasley’s closeouts, and MORE! Listen!
  • 327 days ago
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Pistons 115, Knicks 109: Scenes from a Frank-less defeat

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — I miss you, Frank. The New York Knicks lost to the Detroit Pistons , 115-109. The ‘Bockers were depleted by injury—Enes Kanter (back), Frank Ntilikina (illness) and Courtney Lee (illness) were all out—but held a lead in the third quarter. Sadly, they couldn’t stop Detroit’s starting lineup down the stretch. Fairly textbook loss for the orange and blue, if you ask me. Michael Beasley...
  • 328 days ago
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76ers 118, Knicks 101: Some notes on various point guards and Turks

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Six more games left. What a perfectly nondescript Knicks loss that was! Wednesday’s 118-101 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers lacked the pizzazz of Monday’s overtime thriller in Charlotte, but nor the kind of humiliating blowout that would cause a bit of soul-searching. It just...happened. It was even fairly competitive through three quarters, with the Knicks erasing a 16-point deficit in...
  • 330 days ago
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76ers 118, Knicks 101: Scenes from a wholly unmemorable game

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — A game transpired. Well that certainly happened. The Knicks played a vastly superior Philadelphia 76ers club, and didn’t play terribly, I guess. They made it something of a contest in the second and third quarters, though the loss of Joel Embiid (facial contusion) probably helped a bit on that end. Emmanuel Mudiay had his second consecutive strong game coming off the bench,...
  • 331 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 280: Trey Burke and the death of the tank

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — The 9th pick ain’t so bad! On today’s ‘sode I discuss Trey Burke’s ascent to OFFICIALLY GOOD NBA PLAYER in a surprising win against the Wizards and a less surprising loss to the Hornets. Topics include: Frank is still the future (FIGHT ME ABOUT IT!), 9th picks are historically good, Timmy calls a play, and MORE! Listen!
  • 332 days ago
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Hornets 137, Knicks 128 (OT): “Treyverson!”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — All things considered, it was a good death. The gap between good NBA teams and bad NBA teams is narrow. The most dominant team from year-to-year, on average, only outscores opponents by an average of one basket every quarter. The gap between a pretty bad team and a really bad team playing out the string in late March is virtually non-existent. Exhibit A: the Knicks’ 137-128 overtime loss in...
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Hornets 137, Knicks 128: Scenes from Trey Burke, the rich man’s A.I.

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Burke! Boy, no team finds quite as many ways to crush your soul as the New York Knicks . The ‘Bockers came from 17 down to take a fourth-quarter lead on the Charlotte Hornets thanks to the heroics of Trey Burke (42 points!!!! 12 assists!!! I kid you not!). Unfortunately, they let Kemba Walker, who had been 0-8 from three prior, hit a game-tying triple in the waning seconds, and then the...
  • 333 days ago
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Knicks 101, Wizards 97: ‘I hope we bring back Burke’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — That would be a good idea. The New York Knicks beat the Washington Wizards Sunday, 101-97. The big blow for the Knicks came in the second quarter, when they scored 42 points. Their offense was fairly mediocre in the other three quarters, though they did score just enough down the stretch to pull out the win. The hero of the evening was Trey Burke, who chipped in a game-high 19 points...
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Knicks 101, Wizards 97: Scenes from Trey Burke’s triumphant return to the starting lineup

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks win. The New York Knicks held off the Washington Wizards Sunday afternoon/evening, 101-97. The ‘Bockers held a double-digit lead early in the third quarter, though the Wiz quickly chipped away at most of it, and held a lead of their own briefly in the fourth. But New York hit just enough shots, spurred on by Courtney Lee and Trey Burke. Burke was the hero of the night, chipping...
  • 334 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 279: A most sensible tank

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Frank and Trey take over for Mudiay and Lee On today’s ‘sode I break down the Knicks’ thrilling but sensible loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night. Topics include: THJ’s career-best scoring, Frank and Trey replacing Mudiay and Lee to start the 2nd half, Frank and Trey’s individual play, Troy Williams, O’Quinn vs Hornacek, and MORE!
  • 335 days ago
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Timberwolves 108, Knicks 104: ‘At least it was quite watchable basketball’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Quite. That wasn’t so bad, was it? The New York Knicks lost to the Minnesota Timberwolves , 108-104, in a game that featured a decent amount of inspired play and—dare I say it—good coaching decisions. As P&T’er xobserverx noted, it was watchable, which is pretty much all that matters these days. The biggest story line to come out of Friday night was Jeff Hornacek ’s decision to bench...
  • 335 days ago
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Timberwolves 108, Knicks 104: Scenes from a potential changing of the (point) guard

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Frank and Trey Mudiay. So, this was a fairly enjoyable Knicks game! Truly! The ‘Bockers struggled mightily out of the gate against a vastly superior Minnesota Timberwolves team, but then stormed back with a few impressive runs before ultimately yielding to the tank: 108-104 Wolves is your final. Tim Hardaway Jr. had a career-high 39 points, and went thermonuclear in the third quarter,...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 278: Media speculation, Jack’s popularity, KP’s paparazzi

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What’s really real? On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Yaron Weitzman of Bleacher Report to discuss media speculation on Hornacek’s job, Mudiay’s place in the starting lineup, and Joakim Noah’s possible stretch provision. PLUS: Jarrett Jack’s ridiculous popularity in the NBA and pop culture worlds, the photo of KP shooting in a gym, Frank’s future, the draft, and MORE! Listen!
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