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Knicks practice notes- 10/20/17: Frank Ntilikina injured his ankle, questionable for Saturday

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Crap! The 2017-18 New York Knicks regular season is barely 24 hours old, but it’s already Knicks’ing harder than any Knicks season has ever Knicks’ed. Frank Ntilikina , who is trying somehow to build the trust of a coaching staff who only played him 8 minutes in the season opener, injured his ankle at practice on Friday afternoon. The photos look bad. Knicks saying Frank Ntilikina is...
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An enormously angry open letter to Jeff Hornacek and the Knicks after only one game

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Overreaction? What’s that? Knicks Front Office, attn. Jeff Hornacek 4 Pennsylvania Plaza New York, NY 10001 Dear Jeff Hornacek, Hi! My name is Alex Wolfe. I write for a blog called Posting and Toasting sometimes. We cover the Knicks! There’s only 9,352 Knicks blogs on the internet, so it’s an exclusive club. I’m writing to express my discontent with your rotations last night. But...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 193: Porzingis is a beast, Hornacek is questionable at best

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — C’mon, Jeff iTunes | Stitcher | RSS The Knicks lost to the Thunder, 105-84. That’s fine. KP looked like a rampaging gorilla. That’s great. Frank, Willy, and Dotson got 15 minutes. Combined. Are we really doing this, Jeff? For more on last night’s game, including Hardaway’s inauspicious debut, check out today’s ‘sode of Locked on Knicks.
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Oklahoma City 105, New York 84: “It’s one game”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Tis better to have hung for a half than never to have hung at all. The most important takeaway from the Knicks’ 105-84 opening night loss in Oklahoma City is that it’s just one game, the game that’s like literally the furthest removed from both the team and narrative we’ll see develop over the season. A lot of this game’s headlines were easy to see coming. The Thunder led most of the way....
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The Knicks have signed UNC forward Isaiah Hicks to a two-way contract

Posting and Toasting (New York Basketball Observer) — The former Tar Heel takes the final two-way contract. Isaiah Hicks , the former University of North Carolina forward, has been signed by the New York Knicks to a two-way contract, per Shams Charania from The Vertical. Hicks will occupy the second of the two allotted two-way contract, the first of which was used on Luke Kornet. Sources: The Knicks are signing former UNC forward Isaiah...
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Thunder 105, Knicks 84: Scenes from Kristaps Porzingis shining amidst familiar Knicks clownery

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Kristaps Knicks. The New York Knicks kicked off their 2017-18 campaign looking much like they looked last year: a squad with a promising unicorn, coached by incompetents. Carmelo Anthony was supposed to be the story of the evening, but he’s not a Knick anymore so forget him. Let’s start, instead, with the good: Kristaps Porzingis was the man, particularly in the first half when he...
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Pre-Game Reconnaissance: Knicks at Thunder—10/19/17

Posting and Toasting (Harrison Rahajason) — Prepare yourself for Knicks-Thunder! BASKETBALL BACK!!! The Knicks are getting their regular season going Thursday night in Oklahoma City. That game is going to be on national TV which seems like a very bad idea. Thank goodness the preseason is over because after New York’s 0-5 finish, it can really only go up from here, right? There are so many storylines tonight. Knicks against Melo!...
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P&T Round(ball) Table: What’s your preferred rotation for the 2017-18 Knicks?

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Everybody’s a coach. It’s game day, suckas! The P&T staff got together to discuss their optimal rotations for the 2017-18 Knickerbockers. This being a rebuilding year—not a Yankees-style rebuilding year—everybody has their own particular motives for choosing lineups: player development, tanking, even trying to win. Let’s get it on! Matt Miranda STARTERS: Enes Kanter , ...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 192: Knickstape Mixtape 2k18

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — In which we pick a song for each Knick iTunes | Stitcher | RSS On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Jonathan Schulman to answer the age old question: if each Knick was a song, what song would they be? Jon and I go back and forth picking songs for every Knick on the 17-man roster in ascending salary order, explaining the reasoning for our picks along the way. We even put them in...
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Knicks Links- 10/18/17: Kristaps Porzingis is ready to guard Carmelo Anthony

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Melo vs. Kristaps. Sounds like a damn monster movie. One more day, baby! Woooooooooooooooo! New York Knicks basketball is almost here; the team is getting set to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. Carmelo Anthony will be there, but no longer playing for the orange and blue. With OKC Melo firmly ensconced at the power forward spot, which means we could be set to enjoy a...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 191: Ian Begley on rotations, relationships, and MORE!

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Can a beat writer be friends with a player? iTunes | Stitcher | RSS On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Ian Begley , Knicks beat writer for ESPN. Topics include, but are not limited to: League perception of the Knicks' front office Hornacek's promise to settle on a 10-man rotation Kristaps' goals for the upcoming season Hardaway's contract offers Reporter...
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Knicks practice notes- 10/16/17: Frank Ntilikina practices, talks about facing Russell Westbrook

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Frank back! Rejoice, fellow Knicks fans: Frank Ntilikina took part in full-contact practice for the first time since injuring his knee in the preseason opener against the Nets . The point guard didn’t take part in the team scrimmage, though that was due to the fact that Jeff Hornacek didn’t want Frank overdoing it following the two-week layoff. Preseason: ✔︎ Season Opener: 3 Days...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 190: Knicks Season Preview

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What’s gonna happen!? iTunes | Stitcher | RSS On today’s show I’m joined by the inimitable Jared Dubin to preview the 2017-18 New York Knicks. Topics include, but are not limited to: The relative competence of Steve Mills and Scott Perry The multitude of forced and feeble Frank Ntilikina nicknames The science of roster building and cap management Jadakiss Predictive...
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The Knicks are rebuilding, which isn't actually a foreign concept to New York sports fans

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Debunking the myth that “You can’t rebuild in New York.” “You can’t rebuild in New York.” A saying seemingly as old as time itself, the idea that you can’t build from the ground up in the Greatest City in the World has been floated forever, based on the logic that red-faced mouth-breathers calling Mike Francesca to scream their guts out on their lunch break are somehow the baseline metric...
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Knicks practice notes- 10/14/17: Kristaps Porzingis, Frank Ntilikina expected to play in opener

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — That would be nice! On Saturday the New York Knicks finished their first practice with their nominal regular-season roster, having already cut the likes of Nigel Hayes , Trey Burke and Xavier Rathan-Mayes . Some important injured-bockers also made their triumphant return to the practice court. Frank Ntilikina (knee) didn't participate in contact portions of practice today. Kristaps...
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