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Porzingis: ‘I love New York’ but care most about winning

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis will hold a press conference Monday in Latvia at the Liepaja Olympic Center to announce his official participation on the country’s national team in this summer’s European Championships. However, Porzingis recently conducted an interview in Latvian during which he gently chided Knicks president Phil Jackson and left the door slightly ajar as to...
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Derrick Rose takes son to Bulls game for ‘playoff atmosphere’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Derrick Rose, showing up courtside in Chicago for Game 4 of the Celtics-Bulls series with his 4-year-old son, said his knee surgery has not deterred him and still is eyeing the Knicks as a future destination. The free-agent point guard played 64 games for the Knicks this season, then had arthroscopic surgery to repair a...
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Bob Rosen, statistician and Knicks fan from the start, dead at 84

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Bob Rosen, the longtime basketball/baseball statistician who witnessed the Knicks’ first game in 1946, passed away Friday. He was 84. Rosen, a Garden staple, worked for the Elias Sports Bureau since 1962. The firm provides historical research/statistical data for pro sports – with Rosen one of the pioneers well before analytics and “Moneyball.’’ At Knicks...
  • 334 days ago
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The NBA is letting James Dolan screw over ‘a–hole’ fan

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The NBA’s commissioner’s office on Friday informed Knicks season-ticket holder/heckler Mike Hamersky, that sorry, but it can’t help him in his duel with owner James Dolan. More than a week after Hamersky was denied from renewing his partial season-ticket plan at the first deadline, the NBA finally got back to the fan whom Dolan called...
  • 334 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony-to-Celtics scenario could pick up steam

NY Post (Marc Berman) — With the Celtics fading in the first round, the chances of Carmelo Anthony wearing green are increasing. According to an NBA source, the Celtics coaching staff was in favor of trading for Anthony at the trade deadline, but general manager Danny Ainge had too many reservations. One of Ainge’s concerns, according to a source, was...
  • 336 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis speaks after Phil blow-off: I want to be a Knick

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Don’t worry, he still wants to be a Knick. Kristaps Porzingis will leave for Latvia on Thursday without meeting with Phil Jackson, but he said blowing off his exit meeting with the team president is not a sign he doesn’t want to play at the Garden next season. “Of course,” Porzingis told The Post at...
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The Knicks’ coin flip with T-Wolves was a predictable defeat

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It’s not exactly seventh heaven. The pingpong balls didn’t go the Knicks’ way in Tuesday’s NBA tiebreaker drawing, meaning the jinxed club will be seeded seventh in the May 16 draft lottery. The Timberwolves won the drawing, giving them the sixth seed. If the Knicks don’t move up into the top three, they most likely...
  • 338 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis doubles down on team that isn’t Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis sounds excited about one thing at least: playing for Latvia this summer. Before skipping his Knicks exit interview last week, Porzingis told FIBA.com in an interview he “absolutely’’ wants to return to the Latvian national team this summer to play in the European Championships. Porzingis had told Knicks reporters last Wednesday he hadn’t made...
  • 338 days ago
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What’s at stake for Knicks-Timberwolves lottery drawing

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The NBA will hold a drawing Tuesday to determine what order the Knicks and Timberwolves will draft in the event neither moves up in the May 16 lottery. Wednesday’s last-second Knicks victory over Philadelphia tied them with Minnesota for the sixth-worst record — which already cost them pingpong balls — instead of finishing alone in...
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Phil Jackson has one pressing job that will decide Knicks’ future

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The franchise cornerstone was sick and tired of the losing, of the dysfunction, of the relentless assault on his pride as a professional. He had grown tired of New York, but he had really grown weary of the Knicks, and of Madison Square Garden, the corporate cartoon that kept letting him down. He’d had enough....
  • 339 days ago
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Carmelo and La La Anthony have separated

NY Post (Chris Perez) — Reports say they're already living apart.
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Knicks could be perfect place for Holiday family reunion

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks shooting guard Justin Holiday was in New Orleans this weekend for the wedding of his sister-in-law. Joining him as a wedding guest was his brother, Jrue Holiday of the Pelicans. The Big Easy weekend — with both brothers out of the playoffs — was for drinking and dancing. Soon, they will talk about their...
  • 340 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis: Here’s what I’m doing instead of meeting Phil

NY Post (Jonathan Lehman) — Kristaps Porzingis appears to be enjoying a sunny, leisure-filled Sunday in New York: riding a bike, visiting Central Park, posing for photos with fans … and still boycotting Phil Jackson. Days after the second-year Knicks star skipped his exit meeting with Jackson and general manager Steve Mills — irritated with the dysfunction that grips the...
  • 340 days ago
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Everything wrong with Knicks — and how Phil Jackson can fix it

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Phil Jackson has a broken heart and broken team entering the offseason — admitting the exit interviews a disillusioned Kristaps Porzingis blew off were “one of our most disappointing ones we’ve had.’’ There is no way to fix a broken egg, and maybe no way to fix the broken Knicks, but we will attempt to...
  • 341 days ago
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NBA union rips Phil Jackson for ‘innappropriate’ Carmelo talk

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The National Basketball Players Association is after Knicks president Phil Jackson for his Friday remarks in which he trumpeted he wants to trade Carmelo Anthony and had told him he is better off elsewhere. Anthony has a no-trade clause. In a statement released Saturday night, union director Michele Roberts said she has reported Jackson to...
  • 341 days ago
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