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Why Nets-Knicks are no rivalry

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — This may be NBA Rivals Week, but Nets-Knicks is no rivalry.
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Knicks have no answers for Kyrie Irving in loss to Nets

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — It doesn’t matter how many Knicks fans fill the seats. When the two teams meet, the team from Brooklyn can basically roll the balls out and prevail.
  • 304 days ago
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Ben Simmons to miss Nets’ clash against Knicks with knee soreness

NY Post (Jared Schwartz) — The Nets will again be without Ben Simmons as they take on their cross-town rivals.
  • 304 days ago
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The Latest Knicks News Before Their Game vs. Brooklyn

NY Post (rsemillanyp) — NY Post Sports Reporter Zach Braziller talks about the latest news regarding the Knicks before their game vs Brooklyn on Saturday
  • 304 days ago
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How Knicks’ Julius Randle compares to other bigs vying for All-Star spots

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Julius Randle is making a strong case for his second All-Star appearance in the last three seasons.
  • 305 days ago
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Julius Randle’s resurgent Knicks season could earn him an All-Star spot

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Julius Randle has outperformed his past All-Star self in the last month's performances. It could be enough to secure his return to the game.
  • 305 days ago
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James Dolan ‘absolutely’ backs Leon Rose’s performance as Knicks president

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Leon Rose nears the three-year anniversary of being hired as the Knicks’ president.
  • 305 days ago
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James Dolan adds mystery to Mitchell Robinson’s Knicks return timeline

NY Post (Peter Botte) — The Knicks say nothing has changed in Mitchell Robinson’s prognosis to return from thumb surgery despite rare public quotes concerning the team made Thursday by owner James Dolan.
  • 306 days ago
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Knicks avoid blowing another lead in thrilling overtime win over Celtics

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Randle scored 14 points in the first quarter and 14 more in the third in a 37-point effort overall -- and Brunson netted 29 with seven assists and a game-saving blocked shot.
  • 306 days ago
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Which trade candidates might fit, depending on the Knicks’ ambitions at this deadline

NY Post (Peter Botte) — The next bid for the blockbuster addition the Knicks and their fans have been craving still might have to wait until the offseason, of course.
  • 306 days ago
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Julius Randle’s rebounding has gone ‘through the roof’ even as Knicks struggle

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Randle has been holding up his end of the bargain on both ends of the court, averaging a career-high of boards for the Knicks.
  • 307 days ago
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Knicks’ second unit is finally healthy and showing what it can do

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Knicks second-squad has been showing signs of success as of late and could lead to continued progress for the team.
  • 307 days ago
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Knicks’ Immanuel Quickley solid in return from knee injury

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Immanuel Quickley’s sore left knee still wasn’t 100 percent on Tuesday, but it was good enough for him to help the Knicks snap a four-game losing skid.
  • 308 days ago
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Isaiah Hartenstein makes one last stop to snap Knicks’ losing streak

NY Post (Andrew Crane) — When Donovan Mitchell drove, Isaiah Hartenstein knew that he would take the final shot. He blocked it, completing the Knicks’ 105-103 win.
  • 308 days ago
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Julius Randle carries Knicks past Cavaliers as four-game losing skid ends

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — The last time the Cavaliers visited the Garden, the Knicks started a long winning streak. Maybe Tuesday’s win will have that same effect.
  • 308 days ago
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