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Emmanuel Mudiay’s first Knicks start has a little bit of everything

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla. — In his first start as a Knick on Thursday, it wasn’t Emmanuel Mudiay at his finest as he still tries to learn his new teammates. But he seemed well in sync with Tim Hardaway Jr. in a momentum-boosting play to close the first half. In the final seconds of the opening half,...
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Newest Knick displays some of his advertised ‘athleticism’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla. — In his final game with the Rockets organization last week, small forward Troy Williams was playing for the G-League’s Rio Grande Valley Vipers. “Before about 50 fans,” Williams said. Williams, who got into just four games with the Rockets this season after going undrafted in 2016, made his Knicks debut Thursday just...
  • 29 days ago
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Trey Burke, Frank Ntilikina help Knicks snap eight-game skid

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla — The All-Star break is over and so is the Knicks’ eight-game losing streak. Emmanuel Mudiay started, but the point-guard combo of Trey Burke and Frank Ntilikina finished to lead the Knicks to a second-half comeback in a 120-113 victory over the similarly lottery-bound Magic at Amway Center, a venue filled with a...
  • 29 days ago
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Knicks begin justifying why point guard move won’t be Ntilikina

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla. — Participating in the Rising Stars Challenge during All-Star Weekend doesn’t buy you a ticket into the new starting lineup, apparently. Rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina is emerging from his experience in Los Angles in the same role he had before heading West — coming off the bench. Coach Jeff Hornacek’s expected move...
  • 30 days ago
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Former slam dunk champion ‘excited’ to be a Knick

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Hey, you want an athlete, go sign a dunk contest winner. So the Knicks did. Troy Williams, a listed 6-foot-7 small forward recently released by the Rockets, officially signed his 10-day contract with the Knicks on Wednesday and practiced with the team in Tarrytown. Among the items on Williams’ résumé is the 2017 D-League Dunk...
  • 30 days ago
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‘It’s going to take a few years’: Hornacek talks Knicks future

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The plan all along was develop and grow. Then the Knicks did the darndest thing. They won. But that didn’t last. Reality, injuries and a schedule that made them leave the Garden occasionally kicked in — and kicked them in the butt. So 23 games remain while phrases like “likely won’t be back” or “coaching...
  • 30 days ago
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It looks like Knicks decided who gets first shot at point guard

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The formal part of Knicks practice was over Wednesday. Some players hoisted shots, some did interviews on camera. Off to the side, Jeff Hornacek huddled with Emmanuel Mudiay, who at the end of the talk put in additional running. On Tuesday night, Mudiay worked often with the first unit, a task he repeated the next...
  • 31 days ago
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Emmanuel Mudiay, Frank Ntilikina about to get major look

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Youth will be served. At point guard for the Knicks. With 23 games remaining in a Knicks season going nowhere, a big part of what remains will be the development of their young point guards, rookie first-round pick Frank Ntilikina, 19, and trade-deadline acquisition Emmanuel Mudiay, 21. Throw in 25-year-old Trey Burke and there’s not...
  • 31 days ago
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Joakim Noah’s expected Knicks end is near

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — If a chance exists that Joakim Noah returns to the Knicks, it’s along the lines of one in a million. And those odds are high. Coach Jeff Hornacek, who declined comment on reports he shoved Noah, did not definitively label the center an ex-Knick, but gave strong indications he is not returning. “I think that...
  • 31 days ago
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Knicks should drop Jarrett Jack — and that’s just the start

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks return from the All-Star break to a Tuesday night practice in Tarrytown on familiar turf — playing for next season. Carrying an eight-game losing streak and 23-36 record, Jeff Hornacek’s crew is headed for its fifth straight season missing the playoffs. This will be the fourth straight year the Knicks have been out...
  • 32 days ago
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The only thing salvaging brutal Knicks, Nets games: the voices

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The harsh truths about professional basketball at this time in this city are stark. Sometimes, it’s hard not to divert your eyes from the spontaneous slapstick on either side of the East River, clowns to the left of it, jokers to the right, a continual assault on the eyes. But to the ears, the City...
  • 32 days ago
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Knicks give athletic forward chance on 10-day contract

NY Post (Marc Berman) — An athletic small forward is being added to the Knicks’ roster for an audition. The 6-foot-7 Troy Williams, bought out by the Rockets to make room for Joe Johnson, will sign a 10-day contract with the Knicks to fill their open roster spot, Yahoo Sports reported Monday night. Williams, who spent most of his time...
  • 32 days ago
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Knicks’ All-Star break report card: It’s been as bad as it looked

NY Post (Marc Berman) — So how are the Knicks doing in the post-triangle era? Sometimes it’s not only antiquated systems causing defeats but lack of roster talent. The Steve Mills/Scott Perry pick-and-roll Knicks are in the dumpster coming out of the All-Star break just like Phil Jackson’s Knicks always were at this time. Here’s the All-Star break report card...
  • 32 days ago
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Joakim Noah emerges from exile at All-Star Weekend

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — Joakim Noah isn’t just moping around. The exiled Knicks center was spotted Saturday night at impresario Jimmy Goldstein’s All-Star Weekend party in Los Angeles, along with Stephen Curry, his wife, Ayesha, Joel Embiid and ex-Knick draft pick Danilo Gallinari. Noah may attend Sunday’s All-Star Game at Staples Center. Goldstein is an eccentric...
  • 33 days ago
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Why Knicks are built for this young point-guard duo

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — New York City was once known as the fertile breeding ground for the point guard. TNT’s Kenny Smith — a former point guard out of Hollis, Queens — continued that rock-solid tradition with a 10-year career that included two NBA titles with the Rockets. With 23 games left for the Knicks after...
  • 34 days ago
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