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Michael Beasley’s confident intro: Knicks will shock NBA

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Michael Beasley views himself as a scoring machine, constantly touting his points-per-minute averages across what is widely viewed as a journeyman career. But the former No. 2 pick in the draft is also a quote machine. Beasley says the rebuilding Knicks, if Carmelo Anthony sticks, will make the playoffs as a “five, six seed’’ because...
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Knicks’ Carmelo replacement may be in the building

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Former Timberwolves general manager David Kahn will vouch for two things regarding Michael Beasley — he will light up the Garden as “an incredibly gifted natural scorer’’ and Knicks assistant coach Kurt Rambis is a huge fan. Beasley is in Tarrytown, reporting for Knicks’ voluntary workouts ahead of training camp which opens Monday. Potentially serving...
  • 300 days ago
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Damyean Dotson’s quest for redemption comes to Knicks

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — The alleged details are heinous. The accusations are ugly. The sexual assault that nearly ended Damyean Dotson’s basketball career forever will be a part of his story. It may or may not have changed him. Maybe he deserved the second chance he got. Perhaps he was fortunate another school viewed his talent worthy of the...
  • 302 days ago
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Draymond Green offers Carmelo defense — and dose of reality

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — Draymond Green agrees with Carmelo Anthony to an extent. The Warriors volatile forward talked to ESPN.com about the website’s controversial list that set Anthony off on Twitter, and led to other NBA players venting their frustration on social media. “I think when you look at Melo, Melo has been a great player in this league...
  • 303 days ago
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Knicks turn to ex-Nets veteran to mentor their young point guard

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Jarrett Jack is back in New York – just on the opposite side of the East River. The former Brooklyn Nets point guard agreed to a one-year deal with the rival Knicks on Thursday afternoon. A source close to the player said the deal – which was first reported by Basketball Insiders – isn’t finalized...
  • 304 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis and ‘dirty’ ex-Knick face off in fiery Euro exit

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Kristaps Porzingis was delivered his ticket to Tarrytown on Tuesday, courtesy of a Slovenian stud who Knicks fans can only hope will make the same trek in the future. Next year’s potential No. 1 pick, Luka Doncic, scored 27 points and added nine rebounds to lift Slovenia past Porzingis’ Latvia 103-97 in the quarterfinals of...
  • 306 days ago
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ESPN’s ‘nonsense’ rankings made Carmelo Anthony angry

NY Post (Jeremy Layton) — Carmelo Anthony seems to have a habit of pushing his personal drama into the public eye. From taking subtle shots at Phil Jackson on Instagram to tweeting cryptic photos of his estranged wife La La, the Knicks star has shown he is not shy on social media. His latest target? ESPN. The Worldwide Leader has...
  • 306 days ago
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Charles Oakley says James Dolan humiliated him on live TV

NY Post (Priscilla DeGregory) — The Oak strikes back. Ex-Knick Charles Oakley has filed a lawsuit against Madison Square Garden and owner James Dolan in Manhattan federal court claiming that the Knicks and Rangers owner “constantly disrespected Mr. Oakley” and that Dolan’s “animosity” toward him resulted in the February incident when the former forward was forcibly removed by Garden security....
  • 307 days ago
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Charles Oakley to file civil suit against Madison Square Garden

NY Post (Anthony Barstow) — Charles Oakley’s battle with his former employer and current nemesis is not over yet. Oakley is preparing to file a civil law suit stemming from the February incident in which he was forcibly removed from Madison Square Garden after an altercation with security, according to an ESPN report. Oakley’s fight with Madison Square Garden and...
  • 307 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony just gave us all a preview of his possible future

NY Post (Anthony Barstow) — If Carmelo Anthony can’t go play with the team he wants, at least he can bring that team to him. Anthony and a dozen or so of his famous friends got together Monday in Manhattan for perhaps the most star-studded pick-up basketball game ever assembled. Among those in attendance were Rockets All-Stars James Harden and...
  • 307 days ago
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It’s not easy recruiting Carmelo Anthony

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — Damian Lillard is doing all he can to recruit Carmelo Anthony. Lillard told The Undefeated that he has done all he could in trying to convince Anthony to waive his no-trade clause to open up a deal to the Trail Blazers. Lillard said that Anthony “didn’t seem opposed” to the idea, but at last check...
  • 308 days ago
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This fashion designer used to train the Knicks’ Joakim Noah

NY Post (Christian Gollayan) — Joakim Noah wants to make New York fashion great again. The Knicks player showed his support for Public School designer Maxwell Osborne who, like Noah, was born and bred in the city. “Max was my brother,” Noah told The Post at the Public School and Moët’s after-party at Fulton Market on Sunday, where the 6-foot-11...
  • 308 days ago
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Knicks will eagerly watch Team Porzingis vs. potential No. 1 stud

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis isn’t coming to Tarrytown just yet. On Sunday, Latvia advanced to the quarterfinals of the European Championships with a 100-68 bashing of Montenegro in elimination play. Porzingis, the 7-foot-3 Knicks phenom, starred again with 19 points on 5-of-8 shooting, six rebounds and three assists in 22 minutes. Latvia, with a record of 5-1,...
  • 308 days ago
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Knicks center’s new hobby has him working for Derek Jeter

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks big man Kyle O’Quinn wasn’t just a spectator at the U.S. Open this week. He was working on assignment in his new gig — as a photojournalist. A slimmed-down O’Quinn is showing vast improvement this offseason, working hard on his frame. That is, camera frame. The 6-foot-11 enforcer lugged around his state-of-the-art camera at...
  • 311 days ago
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The NBA’s tanking problem could be on its way out

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — The NBA wants to make it harder for other teams to replicate “The Process.” NBA commissioner Adam Silver has not been shy about his disdain for franchises tanking and trying to collect high draft picks, and he has a plan to disincentivize the practice. The league is working on draft-reform legislation that could be in...
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