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Wizards 119, Knicks: ‘My life is beginning to feel like a fake comeback’

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Don’t call it a comeback. It’s a fake comeback. The Knicks fell by as much as 27 points but made the final box score seem like a fun, high scoring match. In reality it was a deliberate and bold drubbing. Thankfully Brandon Jennings loves to attack the odds and decided to take a home run swing for the win. He connected on a triple (get it?). Then another (do you get it?) and suddenly the...
  • 339 days ago
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Wizards 119, Knicks 112: Scenes from a sad SEGABABA

Posting and Toasting (MattRW) — The Knicks made it somewhat close in the end, but make no mistake: this game sucked. In our P&T slack chat, Joe mentioned with about a minute left in the fourth quarter that this was the “fakest fake comeback ever.” He was right. After being down by as much as 27 points in the third quarter, the Knicks cut their deficit to 9 with a bit less than two minutes remaining in the fourth. But the...
  • 340 days ago
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Knicks vs. Wizards Preview: Can the Knicks fend off a dispirited Wizards bunch?

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — Wiz are bad. The Wizards miiiiiiight be really, really bad. Both squads are coming off back-to-backs, but the Knicks just beat the Pistons while the Wizards lost to the Sixers. They managed to do this despite the fact that Joel Embiid, who is by far their best player, did not play. It was bad. On the other hand ... this feels like a major a trap game. I don’t know if that’s a thing for...
  • 340 days ago
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A scrapbook of every wonderful Kristaps Porzingis facial expression from Wednesday’s win

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Kristaps’s face ran the emotional gamut, from “I’m great” to “Wow, am I great.” Kristaps Porzingis scored a career high in points during Wednesday’s 105-102 victory over the Detroit Pistons. He also set a career high in awesome facial expressions. We already chronicled the scoring highlights, but we must never forget the plethora of magnificent faces the Unicorn gave us. Let’s break ‘em down...
  • 340 days ago
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Knicks 105, Pistons 102: “Get Kristaps the damn ball!”

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Kristaps set a new career high as the Knicks won their second game in a row. Kristaps. Kristaps? Kristaps! The New York Knicks are a team of many question marks. And the answer to each one of those questions is Kristaps Porzingis. The 21-year-old Latvian is the organization’s past, present and future. He is the alpha and the omega. Through him, we are saved. Kristaps finally broke...
  • 340 days ago
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You know you want to watch highlights of Kristaps Porzingis’s 35-point night

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Yes, it’s Kristaps. Stop whatever you’re doing and watch this video right friggin’ now! Kristaps Porzingis demolished the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday evening, dropping an awe-inspiring 35 points in a 105-102 Knicks win. He ran the fast break, he dunked off lobs, he got to the line, he hit threes, he posted and toasted, he did every damn thing a human being can do to put a basketball...
  • 340 days ago
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Knicks 105, Pistons 102: Scenes from the night Kristaps Porzingis came to town

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Latvian Godzilla. Kristaps Porzingis, you know what I mean? The Knicks’ stud sophomore finally cracked the 30-point barrier, dropping 35 in a 105-102 win over the Detroit Pistons. He crushed Detroit in the first half, scoring a mind-blowing 25 before the break. He also has 7 rebounds, 3 assists and a block. Kristaps! Kristaps scored 10 straight points in a particularly sassy...
  • 341 days ago
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Knicks vs. Piston preview: First rematch of the season

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — These dudes have met before. Our first rematch of the season! The first Knicks-Pistons matchup was a low-key (or not so low-key, depending on who you ask) disaster. Despite missing Reggie Jackson (who once again won't play in this one -- the injury gods have been kind to the Knicks), the Pistons pulled out the win with some late game "defense", holding the Knicks scoreless in the final 6...
  • 341 days ago
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Phil Jackson spoke about old coaching nemeses, posses, and even the Knicks

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Phil goes off. Knicks kingfish Phil Jackson spoke to Jackie MacMullan Monday. In two-and-a-half years captaining the good ship Knicks, Jackson has been mostly hush-hush after decades as outspoken head coach; when he has opened up, it’s often via Twitter or Charley Rosen. But Phil said a number of things to MacMullan we need to look deeply into so we can once and for all answer the question...
  • 342 days ago
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Knicks 93, Mavericks 77: ‘Well, this game will help the Knicks’ defensive rating’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Defense! Small ball! Justin Holiday! The New York Knicks scored 36 points in the first half. That’s bad. Then they scored 31 points in the third quarter. That’s good. Add it all up, stir in a bunch of fourth-quarter garbage time, and you get a wild, possibly illuminating 93-77 victory over an admittedly short-handed Dallas Mavericks club. As P&T’er StraightOutofComptonandSelfEsteem noted,...
  • 342 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis hit the Dirk Nowitzki fadeaway, then stared down Dirk Nowitzki

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Unicorn takes no prisoners. Kristaps Porzingis is always going to be compared to Dirk Nowitzki because he’s tall and European and awesome. The kid from Latvia isn’t shrinking from such lofty comparisons, though. Hell, he’s shoving them in the NBA’s collective face. Not only did Kristaps cap off a tidy 24-point, 11-rebound effort with an impossible, vintage Dirk wrong-footed fadeaway, he...
  • 342 days ago
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Knicks 93, Mavericks 77: Scenes from the Return of Small Ball

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Justin Holiday came in and sparked the Knicks’ defense. Justin Holiday and some other guys helped the New York Knicks come back from a pathetic first-quarter effort to smash the Dallas Mavericks, 93-77. New York blew the game wide open with a stupendous 31-12 third quarter, paced by strong defense (!!!) and punctuated by some scoring brilliance from Carmelo Anthony: WATCH the #Knicks ...
  • 343 days ago
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Lance Thomas has bone bruise in left ankle, plantar fasciitis in both feet

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Ouch. Reserve forward Lance Thomas has been quite ineffective so far this season. He already sat out one game with an ankle injury and will miss Monday’s game against the Mavericks. But now we know the true extent of his ailments ... and it’s not good. Lance Thomas says that in addition to having a bone bruise in his right ankle he has plantar fasciitis in both feet — Yaron Weitzman...
  • 343 days ago
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Knicks vs. Mavericks preview: A battle of depressing squads

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — The Knicks could, in theory, win this one. In theory. It's a little difficult to feel good about this game despite a ton of factors working in the Knicks favor. The Mavericks are currently 2-6, with their two wins coming over the Bucks and the Lakers -- not exactly a murderers row. Dirk Nowitzki has only played in three games (he's questionable for tonight), and they've lost all three...
  • 343 days ago
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Wassup in Westchester: Chasson Randle scores 25 in Opening Night loss

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The preseason standout returned from a fractured orbital bone in his face. The Westchester Knicks kicked off their 2016-17 D-League campaign with a performance worthy of their grown-up cousins, losing 121-108 to the Delaware 87ers. The organization’s commitment to crappy defense doesn’t just stop at MSG, folks! The big news was the return of Chasson Randle, one of the stars of New York’s...
  • 344 days ago
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