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Raptors 118, Knicks 107: 'Who is this 92?'

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Old uniforms, typical Knicks loss. A good Knicks’ effort in a fun game was welcome, but ended disappointingly, as the boys in orange and blue lost 118-107 to the Toronto Raptors. Both teams brought the energy to the second night of a back-to-back. After being outshot 43-17 at the line Friday in Boston, the differential tonight was 38-16 in favor of Toronto. Rome wasn’t built in a day, yo. ...
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Raptors 118, Knicks 107: Scenes from a predictable loss that was predictable

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Hey, the Knicks lost. The New York Knicks lost a close game in Toronto against the Raptors, which is a decent loss as long as you didn’t have to watch the last two minutes or think too hard or have emotions and stuff. Kristaps Porzingis struggled a bit from beyond the arc, but he also was quite good at the dunking: A couple of different angles on this Porzingis dunk: ...
  • 345 days ago
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Celtics 115, Knicks 87: ‘Blame Robert Randolph’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Knicks lost a ridiculously sloppy game. There is no grand conspiracy against the New York Knicks. Yes, the boys in orange and blue often get outscored from the free-throw line, but there is a perfectly logical explanation for that. They have long been a primarily jump-shooting team that plays a sloppy, foul-prone brand of defense — taken together, the worst combination possible for...
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Celtics 115, Knicks 87: Scenes from an event that was sort of like a basketball game

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Ugh. Well, that was a fitting end to this work week, wouldn’t you say? The Knicks kinda stayed with the Celtics through three quarters despite Carmelo Anthony getting ejected in the second. Brandon Jennings would later follow him out the door with a fourth-quarter ejection, while Kristaps Porzingis, Joakim Noah picked up a technical foul each. It was nasty. Anyway, the game more or less...
  • 346 days ago
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Knicks vs. Celtics preview: Can the Knicks stomp on Boston while they’re down?

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — Please do! John Steinbeck was, by all accounts, a fantastic author. Here’s what he had to say about hate: “Try to understand men. If you understand each other you will be kind to each other. Knowing a man well never leads to hate and almost always leads to love.” Today, I learned that this quote is unequivocally false. I know the Celtics. I’ve watched their games all season, and I’ve even...
  • 346 days ago
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Willy Hernangomez should replace Kyle O’Quinn as the Knicks’ backup center

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The time has come. As Jeff Van Gundy watched Willy Hernangomez can a midrange jumper with roughly 40 seconds remaining in Wednesday’s victory over Brooklyn, the ESPN commentator could no longer contain himself. “I love Hernan-gomez,” squealed the last great Knicks coach, with all the cadence and fervor of Mike Myers saying “I loved ‘Prince of Tides’” on the old SNL Coffee Talk sketches. ...
  • 347 days ago
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Knicks 110, Nets 96: ‘I almost like this lineup...’

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Melo made minced meat. The early returns on this game were troublesome. Brooklyn casually walked into triples, outworked New York on second efforts and were prepared to feed the open man all game. Justin Hamilton was eating absolutely everybody’s food. Kristaps Porzingis played cautiously after a quick foul and then having a dunk blocked. Carmelo Anthony was ice cold in the first half. The...
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The Knicks gave a wounded veteran the greatest gift of all: a dog

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The gift that keeps on giving. Would you like to see a wounded serviceman receive the gift of a very good service dog? Of course you would. The Knicks organization stepped up to the plate during Wednesday’s game, honoring Sergeant Luciano Yulfo with the greatest surprise anyone can receive: a dog. Tonight #Knicks and @Budweiser honored SFC Luciano Yulfo as part of our ...
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Knicks 110, Nets 96: Scenes from a big bench night

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — For a while, it seemed like this post was just going to be the Knicks forcing bad passes and neglecting to run Justin Hamilton off the three-point line. But then they had a great second half, so I’m going to pretend none of that happened! On a night when I think we all needed a silly, unchallenging Knicks win, the gents finally collected themselves in the third quarter, although not in the...
  • 348 days ago
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Knicks vs. Nets preview: Somebody has to win, right?

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — Might as well be the Knicks! Ahhhhhh...at long last, a matchup against a team that projects to be out of the playoffs at the end of the season. Brooklyn sucks. They have little NBA talent and no future to speak of — normally, something we could all understand and pity. Except for the inconvenient truth; the Nets shipped off a cornucopia of first-round picks for the skeletal remains of...
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The Knicks wanted a defensive coach, so now Kurt Rambis does that job

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The defense sucks at present. The Internet was aflame — aflame, I say! — this morning with reports that Phil Jackson is concerned about the lack of Triangle sets in the Knicks’ offense. Instead, let’s do like Jeff Hornacek and focus on something that actually matters: Jeff Hornacek giving strong consideration to bringing in someone to be in charge of the defense, according to a source. —...
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Bondy: Jeff Hornacek ‘giving strong consideration’ to hiring defensive coordinator

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The defense sucks at present. The Internet was aflame — aflame, I say! — this morning with reports that Phil Jackson is concerned about the lack of Triangle sets in the Knicks’ offense. Instead, let’s do like Jeff Hornacek and focus on something that actually matters: Jeff Hornacek giving strong consideration to bringing in someone to be in charge of the defense, according to a source. —...
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The Knicks have been assigning their rookies to the D-League for one-day practice sessions

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Maurice Ndour, Marshall Plumlee, Willy Hernangomez and Ron Baker have all practiced with the D-League club. We are only five days from the start of the Westchester Knicks 2016-17 regular season, but I know what you’re thinking: I can’t wait that long, dammit, I need some W-Knicks news now! Well you’re in luck, friends, because the Knicks’ official PR feed is giving us sweet W-Knicks...
  • 350 days ago
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Don’t let defensive issues obscure Kristaps Porzingis’s scoring explosion

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Unicorn has been one of the NBA’s most efficient offensive players this season. Kristaps Porzingis didn’t exactly end Sunday’s 114-109 loss to Utah on a banner note, as he was posterized by French Jazzman Rudy Gobert with only a few ticks remaining: It was the kind of moment that can crush a man’s soul. But Kristaps plans on using it as a tool for learning ... and inspiration for...
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Utah 114, Knicks 109: 'When did George Hill become Michael Jordan?'

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Hill and Gordon Hayward smacked around the Knicks. The Jazz beat the Knicks 114-109 Sunday afternoon. Sometimes matinees = fun, because neither team’s really awake. This one was fun ‘cuz both teams were in it from the start. The Jazz are really, really good at defense but the Knicks’ offense came out mad gooder, taking a 30-20 lead after the opening quarter. Kristaps Porzingis and Carmelo...
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