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Knicks Trade Rumors: Someone says New York likes P.J. Tucker

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — The trade deadline is just weeks away, you know. Like last year, the Knicks hold a lot of contracts of a lot of different sizes, and they’re not particularly good, so there’s reason to believe they might look to make some trades. Of course, they made no trades in this position last year, so I don’t know why I’m using last year as an example. I wish I had paid for that delete function the...
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Magic 115, Knicks 103: 'I think this team tries to outdo itself in defensive incompetence every game'

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — Yo, the Knicks are bad. Well...that was not how you want to start 2017. Remember when the Knicks were the 3rd seed in the East? Yeah, that's gone now, as the defense somehow continues to get worse on a seemingly game to game basis. There's no real way to put this in perspective, or to say it's just growing pains; this team was supposed to have turned a corner, but what we saw tonight was...
  • 319 days ago
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Magic 115, Knicks 103: Scenes from the worst game of the year

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — That was the one right there. The Knicks were either gonna jolt themselves awake to start 2017, or they were gonna have a horrendous home performance provide the jolt for them. They chose the latter. One of the worst offenses in the NBA blossomed into Warriors East against New York’s flickering defense: 15-31 from downtown, with 35 assists to 12 turnovers. The Knicks couldn’t even keep their...
  • 319 days ago
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Joakim Noah played his best defensive game as a Knick in Atlanta

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — Last Wednesday night, Joakim Noah had his best overall game as a New York Knick. The game as a whole was a mess, but his performance was a clear silver lining — after listening to "worst contract in the NBA" talk for five months (and after watching Jo become a mess on the floor), it feels good to say that he's been rounding into form in the past 5 or so games. While his best offensive game of...
  • 320 days ago
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How good was Brandon Jennings in Houston?

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Lost in the mix of James Harden’s monstrous triple-double against the Knicks on Saturday was Brandon Jennings’ sharp game. With a rash of injuries and uninspired play Brandon was pressed into a starting role despite his awful game in New Orleans. Jennings continues to be a bellwether for the team as a whole. When nobody can connect, Jennings will flub breakaway layups and fart wide open...
  • 320 days ago
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Rockets 129, Knicks 122: “It was fun while it lasted.”

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — Not even mad. Kristaps Porzingis sat, Courtney Lee sat, and Carmelo Anthony sat at halftime. The Rockets hit 21 three-pointers, and James Harden put up one of the greatest stat lines in the history of professional basketball. And the Knicks still made a game of it! They actually held a double-digit lead early on because the westerly Toyota Center winds carried several straight Brandon...
  • 321 days ago
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How bad was Brandon Jennings in New Orleans?

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Brandon Jennings had a night to remember that you can drown your sorrows in booze. Thankfully he was in New Orleans, where most tourists assume getting completely hammered at the local roost is par for the course. Jennings hasn’t been the best Knick guard by any stretch of the imagination. He does, however, bring some flair and bravado to a somewhat stoic, mild mannered team. Sometimes it...
  • 322 days ago
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Pelicans 104, Knicks 92: ‘I guess the Knicks aren’t a superteam’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Knicks didn’t defend, pass or hit shots. Like commenter Rice2012, we here at P&T headquarters are starting to doubt the Knicks’ “superteam” status. The defense has been laughable all season, and even the offense has become somewhat overrated — they ranked 16th in O-rating before Friday night’s loss to the Pelicans. During the heady times of a couple of weeks ago, the statheads warned...
  • 322 days ago
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Pelicans 104, Knicks 92: Scenes from a big dookie in the Big Easy

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — This team ain’t good at the moment. The New York Knicks, who suck right now, sucked even harder Friday night than they had been sucking recently. They sucked their way into a 104-92 defeat at the hands of the New Orleans Pelicans. It was boring and dumb and also dumb and boring. There were some nice lobs to Kristaps Porzingis early. No worries, @kporzee will take care of it. #NYKvsNOP...
  • 322 days ago
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Breaking down the play that cost the Knicks a game-winning shot against the Hawks

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — What happened on that last play? New York had a chance to slip away with an ugly win over Atlanta despite losing Carmelo Anthony to an early ejection last night. The whole game completely stunk and nobody really displayed much verve. Nevertheless, with 15.2 seconds and two timeouts remaining the Knicks set a carousel of screens that got (generously listed at 6’1”) Dennis Schroder switched...
  • 323 days ago
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Hawks 102, Knicks 98 (OT): “Is this what hell is like?”

Posting and Toasting (Bryan Renzi) — Good news! If you’re reading this recap, you probably didn’t watch this game, hence missing out on harrowing torture. In answer to P&Ter Norman Hathaway’s question in the title - no, this was not hell for those of us who enjoy watching countless slow-mo replays of fouls of all stripes. I mean, it really is cool when you think about it, how many different types of fouls you can commit in an...
  • 324 days ago
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Hawks 102, Knicks 98 (OT): Scenes from an an ugly game even by Knicks-Hawks standards

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Melo got ejected, Rose missed everything late, and this game sucked. Wednesday’s overtime loss in Atlanta was already ugly long before Carmelo Anthony earned an ejection for hitting Thabo Sefolosha in the face late in the second quarter. The Knicks did a good job of rallying in his absence, building the lead up to 8 in the third, but these are still the Knicks...they can’t stand success. The...
  • 324 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony ejected from Wednesday’s game for hitting Thabo Sefolosha in the face

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Aw, crap. Carmelo Anthony was ejected from Wednesday’s game against the Atlanta Hawks after hitting Thabo Sefolosha in the face. The play happened late in the second quarter. The play was originally a double-technical but got upgraded upon further review. Crap. Melo swung his arm into Thabo Sefolosha's face and got ejected for it: https://t.co/sI2bjQ0M6d pic.twitter.com/t3b8iACJf6 — SB...
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Manhattan is the chic new living space for your New York Knicks

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — More Knicks than ever actually live in Manhattan One of the oddities of the New York Knickerbockers is that although they play at the World’s Most Famous Arena, they practice up the Saw Mill in Tarrytown. New York City is the playground of the rich and famous, but most rich and famous players have lived in Westchester. That seems to be changing, in a trend started by good old Amar’e...
  • 325 days ago
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