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P&T film study: Breaking down Frank Ntilikina’s layups (and how to improve them)

Posting and Toasting (Prezs2ReprsntMe) — An in-depth look at one of Frank’s biggest weaknesses Hi, I’m Prez. You may know me from my greatest hits such as thousand-word post game comments, armchair draft analysis in November that no one cares about, or my first comment on this blog in 2007 comments taking offense to Marc Stein saying those Knicks were worse than rookie Durant’s SUPERSONICS *. I’m here to talk about Frank...
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This week in Knicks history: Bernard King scores 50 twice in a row

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — That’s a plethora of points to put up Bernard King was an absolute scoring machine for the Knicks in the 1980s, and 35 years ago this week he etched his name into franchise folklore by scoring 50 points on consecutive nights en route to victories over the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks . The first of King’s back to back scoring barrages came on January 31, 1984, just a couple...
  • 35 days ago
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Raptors 104, Knicks 99: “I can take this kind of loss”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — O lente, lente currite, noctis equi! From a bird’s eye view, the Knicks tank job this season looks simple and uniform. The Knicks season trajectory since November pic.twitter.com/ClWmW6QiHj — SNY (@SNYtv) February 9, 2019 But nights like this, a 12-round throwdown with one of the league’s three best teams, are what make the journey worth it, even when there’s no destination in...
  • 36 days ago
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Raptors 104, Knicks 99: Scenes from a record-tying loss

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Can’t win ‘em all...or any of ‘em, I guess. I’ll be honest: This one kinda hurt. The New York Knicks , losers of 15 straight, played a heck of a game against the second-place team in the East, the Toronto Raptors . Coming on the second night of a back-to-back, and facing a blizzard of Kyle Lowry 30-foot threes and floppity-flops, I figured the ‘Bockers would wilt early. but they scrapped...
  • 36 days ago
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Pistons 120, Knicks 103: “Meta-fake comeback”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Ugh. Ahh? Ahh. Ugh. Yesterday one of my classes nearly rioted when I repeated something I was taught in school: facts can be right or wrong. What differentiates facts from opinion is that one is verifiable, the other is not. You can say “the sky is red” and that’s a fact. It’s a false fact. But it’s a fact. Students were literally ready to leap out of their seats. It was a vibrant...
  • 37 days ago
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Game Preview: Knicks vs Raptors 2/9/19

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Crap turds. Have you heard? There is a caravan of cretaceous creepozoids, headed for New York City. The Knicks (10-44) have lost fifteen straight games, which is somehow a mere one game behind the Raptors number of losses for the whole season at 40-16. Now would be a good time to hold on to your butts. Toronto might be debuting their big name trade deadline acquisition, Marc Gasol ....
  • 37 days ago
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Pistons 120, Knicks 103: Scenes from Dennis Smith Jr.’s first 30-piece

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — DSJ is getting comfortable real quick Another double-digit loss? No problem. At least not when your newly-acquired point guard ignites for a career-high 31 points on 15 shots. Yeah, Dennis Smith Jr. really had it going on tonight. He was cooking right from the opening tip, and gave a little bit of everything (minus making his free throws consistently, but oh well). The Knicks went down...
  • 37 days ago
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Game Preview: Knicks at Pistons 2/8/19

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — The trade lines are dead. Hello, Newmans . The Pistons (24-29) have made a few changes since earlier in the week. Practically the entire league got a bit of a face lift honestly. Tonight they’ll face the Knicks (10-43) who are now losers of 14 consecutive games. Still a far cry from their franchise worst 20 consecutive, achieved way back in the 1984-85 season. Typically it’s not an...
  • 37 days ago
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Calling all February P&T mailbag questions!

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — In honor of All-Star weekend, give us the best of your best. “Late afternoon in early February,” Alice McDermott wrote, “was there a moment of the year better suited for despair?” Is Alice McDermott a Knicks fan? So far this month the ‘bockers have played three games and dropped three. Last year they lost their first seven February contests; the year before that six of their first seven; the...
  • 37 days ago
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The Knicks waived Enes Kanter and Wesley Matthews

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — No deadline day trades this year, folks. The trade deadline has come and gone, and the Knicks did not make a deal on deadline day. They did, however, buy out two veterans, allowing them to find greener pastures. First up was the newly-acquired Wesley Matthews : Wesley Matthews will be released by the New York Knicks today and plans to sign with the Indiana Pacers, league sources tell ...
  • 38 days ago
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Knicks trade deadline mock trade mailbag

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Secure the (trade) bag The trade deadline is today, but you’d be excused if you think that the Knicks ’ trade fireworks show has already had its grand finale. At this point, we’re just using up the sparklers and bottle rockets. But maybe there’s a Roman candle hidden down there at the bottom of the box. There’s still some work that could be done by the Knickerbockers to try to secure some...
  • 39 days ago
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Kevin Knox gets the nod for the Rising Stars Game as a replacement

Posting and Toasting (BennyBuckets71) — The Knicks will have multiple reps at All-Star Weekend. The Knicks are the worst team in the NBA and just traded the face of the franchise, but New York received some good news on Wednesday when the NBA announced that Kevin Knox will replace injured Los Angeles Laker Lonzo Ball in the Rising Stars game. The 19-year-old rookie, who was originally snubbed and is currently the best...
  • 39 days ago
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WOJ: Knicks will enter into discussions with Enes Kanter on buyout after Thursday trade deadline

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Finally! One way or another, the Enes Kanter Era in New York is mercifully coming to an end. According to the well-placed SOURCES of ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Knicks will enter into negotiations to buy out the disgruntled big man should they fail to trade him by Thursday’s 3 PM deadline. As the Knicks run out of time to find a trade for center Enes Kanter and his $18.6M expiring...
  • 39 days ago
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Can Noah Vonleh run an offense? An Investigation: Part Two

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Is there more to Vonleh than meets the eye? This article is courtesy of Dallas Amico, AKA Buffalo66 in the P&T comments, and is a continuation of part one from the other day. Enjoy! Noah Vonleh ’s Passing ability Because Vonleh doesn’t drive, doesn’t run pick-and-roll, and generally doesn’t have the ball in his hands with a green light to attack, I think Vonleh ’s pedestrian...
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Pistons 105, Knicks 92: “Lance Thomas with an off night”

Posting and Toasting (The Ghost of Kristaps Past) — The Knicks still haven’t won a home game in 2019... The Knicks played the second game of the post- Kristaps Porzingis era tonight. It was pretty similar to the first one against Memphis. They competed throughout, hung around, the defense was pretty good, but when you’re bricking WIDE OPEN shots you’re gonna keep catching L’s in this league. I know I’m supposed to be numb to this...
  • 40 days ago
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