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The Knox Files, Vol. 2: Woe is my ankle

Posting and Toasting (Drew Steele) — I’ve fallen and I can’t get up Preface: Kevin Knox, rookie for the New York Knicks, reached out to Posting & Toasting to have Drew Steele help pen his journal entries as an exclusive series. You can find the previous journal entry here . These are the Knox Files, written by Kevin Knox and totally not made up by Drew. Journal Entry Two. Star Date Supplemental. Hello darkness, my old...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 358: For real or fugazi

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What trends can we trust at the start of the season? On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Alex Wolfenstein 3D to talk about early season trends and whether or not they’re legit. Are they for real... OR FUGAZI???!?!?!??? Listen!
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Bucks 124, Knicks 113 “Middleton looking like KD”

Posting and Toasting (The Ghost of Kristaps Past) — Completing a hattrick of fake comebacks Four games into the 2018/19 season these Knicks have already mastered the fake comeback. Tonight the good guys’ efforts to overcome a 19 point halftime deficit after being on the receiving end of an onslaught from not-your-father’s Bucks came up short courtesy of a Khris Middleton explosion. Middleton got off to a hot start, bulldozing...
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Bucks 124, Knicks 113: Scenes from another moral defeat

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Hello darkness my old friend... Although the Knicks suffered their first double-digit loss of the season, this game was hanging in the balance in the final minutes. Here’s where the NBA is in 2018: the Knicks made 10 of 29 three-pointers, which not long ago would be something to write home about. But people don’t write anymore. They don’t even email. The future demands more, more, more; push...
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Game Preview: Knicks at Bucks- 10/22/18

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Oh great, one of the best players in the league. Gone are the frenzied defensive schemes that had Milwaukee scrambling and gambling. The Bucks now keep it tight, contain drivers, tag cutters, rotate cleanly and hold themselves individually accountable. Oh and they decided to put as much shooting around Giannis Antetokounmpo as the they can. Milwaukee has only played two games but early...
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October P&T mailbag: Knick trades? Knick re-signings? Knicks as drinks?

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — It’s been two months since our last mailbag , which means if you were a dog you’d have waited as long for this as your human will likely end up waiting for the return of Kristaps Porzingis. So consider this your literary Latvian fix. Come get some. 1) From Twitter user @warrenleightTV: We seem to have a glut of guards, and as last night made clear, we could use at least one more big...
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Celtics 103, Knicks 101: “...not just yet”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Aaarrrrgggghhhhhh....... December 7th, 1941 was “a day which will live in infamy.” December 7th, 1946 was, too. That was the first time the Knicks played the Boston Celtics. New York won that day. Sometimes it feels like that was the last time they bested Beantown. Saturday was one of those times. The Knicks fought valiantly last night, as they did two nights ago in Brooklyn, but fell short...
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Celtics 103, Knicks 101: Scenes from a back-to-back heart-breaker

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Those green devils. Dammit. The Knicks remain competitive — which is good! — but it also leads to repeated heartbreaks. This time it is the hated Celtics who barely walked away with a victory thanks to a timely shot and a last-second Knicks miss. Trey Burke was fouled on a three-point with seconds left and the Knicks down three, but he bricked the first free throw and the ‘Bockers...
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Kevin Knox left Saturday’s game with a sprained ankle; X-rays negative

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Dang it! New York Knicks rookie Kevin Knox injured his ankle trying to convert on a fast break during the first half of Saturday’s game against the Boston Celtics . He appeared to roll the ankle before colliding with Boston’s Terry Rozier . You can find footage of the ankle roll on the internet if you wish; I’m not posting it here, as it is too traumatic for me to look at again. My...
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David Fizdale: Tim Hardaway Jr. giving up game-winning shot was part of his development

Posting and Toasting (Kristian Winfield) — Hopefully he stops the next one. NEW YORK — David Fizdale put to rest any notion that he would have switched Tim Hardaway Jr. off of Caris LeVert on Brooklyn’s final possession of their 107-105 loss to the Nets on Friday night. “He and that kid [ LeVert ] went to college together and they were going at it,” Fizdale told reporters on Saturday. “So he was really trying to win that...
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Game preview: Celtics at Knicks- 10/20/18

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Oh great, one of the best teams in the league. The Knicks face off against the Celtics tonight. Both teams have their first SEGABABA of the young year. New York, one of the worst teams in the NBA (according to everyone), lost on a last second shot to the interstellar Goliath Brooklyn Nets whereas Boston couldn’t get enough stops and stumbled in their sprint to the finish against a...
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Nets 107, Knicks 105: ‘You live and you learn’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — So close. Ah, the first gut=punch Knicks loss of the series. We had to get it over with at some point, right? I wish, however, it had come at the hands of a team a little less obnoxious than the Brooklyn Nets . Alas, it was meant to be. Caris LeVert converted the game-winning bucket with 1.0 seconds remaining, and Tim Hardaway’s desperation heave at the buzzer didn’t connect, sending...
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Nets 107, Knicks 105: Scenes from an interborough barnburner

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — A tough loss. A good game. The Knicks’ home-opener blowout win over Atlanta was a refresher in Easy Street. Tonight’s 107-105 loss in their road opener in Brooklyn was agony and ectasy and a little too much Caris LeVert. Even if you don’t win the fight, you want the other person to know they’ve been in a fight, and the Knicks fought all night. The Nets shot 70% in the opening frame and led...
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Game preview: Knicks at Nets- 10/19/18

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Friday night schedule loss? This is not a rubber match. I repeat: This. is NOT! A rubber match. The Knicks and Nets split their pre-season home and home but that amounts to bupkis. Now I hope you know the wins and losses go down on your permanent record! Don’t distress. The Fiz kids face their toughest challenge yet, against the transcendently brilliant Sean Marks-assembled...
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The Kevin Knox Files, Vol. 1

Posting and Toasting (Drew Steele) — A peek inside the journal of Kevin Knox Preface: Kevin Knox is a rookie for the New York Knicks . He wants to document his first year in the NBA so he can look back at the end of his hall-of-fame career 20 years from now. He is a huge fan of Posting & Toasting ever since he met our intrepid reporter China in the off-season. Knox reached out to the editorial staff to ask if...
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