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Derrick Rose: How the injuries and Knicks offense bog me down

NY Post (Marc Berman) — OKLAHOMA CITY – Derrick Rose’s stats look lofty, but he admits to being disappointed in how he’s played in the pre-All-Star break portion of the season. Entering the final game before the break, Wednesday in Oklahoma City, Rose reiterated he feels uncertain about his future because of his expiring contract and Thursday’s trade deadline approaching. Rose has...
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Knicks’ value leaps over $3 billion despite unseemly drama

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — The Knicks don’t need to win. Phil Jackson can needle Carmelo Anthony on Twitter. James Dolan can wade into nasty feuds with former fan-favorite players. Why? Because Dolan still owns the most valuable franchise in the NBA. Despite the public relations disaster of Charles Oakley’s recent ejection from Madison Square Garden and the lackluster play...
  • 336 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek on why Russell Westbrook is a coach’s dream

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — It isn’t the stats, even if they show Russell Westbrook on pace to become just the second player ever to average a triple-double for a full season. It is the eyes. That is what makes Westbrook stand out to Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek. “Look at his eyes. That guy has that determined, ‘I am going...
  • 336 days ago
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‘This is the team’: Carmelo and Hornacek think trade drama’s done

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — For almost one week, Carmelo Anthony has been able to breathe a bit. Most of the talk around the Knicks concerned team legend Charles Oakley and his feud with team owner James Dolan. So talk of waiving no-trade clauses and potential deals was overshadowed. Until Tuesday. But this came in the form of something Anthony...
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Charles Oakley’s lifetime MSG ban is already over

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — Charles Oakley’s lifetime ban didn’t last four days. The ban implemented Friday by owner James Dolan is over, a source close to the Knicks great told The Undefeated. Oakley and Dolan met with NBA commissioner Adam Silver on Monday, with Hornets owner and Oakley friend Michael Jordan, calling in to help ease the tension. Oakley got into...
  • 337 days ago
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Knicks finally might be turning around their biggest weakness

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Prior to Sunday, the Knicks had lost four straight games and six of their previous seven, picking up their only win against the league-worst Nets. During the losing streak, the Knicks had allowed nearly 120.5 points per game, allowing 121 points to the 19-win Lakers before surrendering 131 to the sub-.500 Nuggets. It made Sunday’s...
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Latrell Sprewell doesn’t care why: He’s home again

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Just three days after Charles Oakley was kicked out of Madison Square Garden, Latrell Sprewell received a call welcoming him back to his “second home.” Sprewell, who had also publicly fought with Knicks owner Jim Dolan in the past and hadn’t been to the Garden in years, understood the timing of Saturday’s invitation to officially...
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Charles Oakley and Knicks talk truce

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — There may be a thaw between James Dolan and Charles Oakley. Though the Knicks great remains banned from Madison Square Garden following last Wednesday’s ejection and arrest, the two sides have talked and there is “some momentum toward a resolution,” according to ESPN. It is uncertain if Oakley and Dolan have talked directly, the report said. Oakley...
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Mike Francesa gets assailed for siding with James Dolan

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — The Charles Oakley-James Dolan fight has even created tension between WFAN listeners and their afternoon-drive deity. Mike Francesa took some abuse Monday afternoon as a few callers ripped him while alleging he was siding with the billionaire owner Dolan over Knicks fan favorite Oakley. A day after Dolan showed off Latrell Sprewell, Bernard King and...
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The Knicks brainstorm that could save their defense

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It was the main topic in the Knicks’ locker room Sunday after the 94-90 stifling of the Spurs – players lauding Jeff Hornacek for his open-floor film session the day before. Players were asked to give their views on what they believe caused the defensive breakdowns Friday night against the Nuggets. Clip by clip. According...
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The Willy Hernangomez coming-out party is on — for how long?

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Jeff Hornacek still is talking about starting Joakim Noah when he is healthy — likely after the All-Star break. But that could change if Willy Hernangomez continues to spark wins as a starter. Hernangomez made his first start as a center, paired with Kristaps Porzingis, and the Knicks shut down the Spurs, 94-90 in a...
  • 338 days ago
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Carmelo can exhale — and weigh a late All-Star Game choice

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — It was, Carmelo Anthony said a few nights back, as if a cloud resided over the Knicks who seemed to be the living embodiment of Murphy’s Law, even more so. If something could go wrong, not only did it go wrong but it usually ignited a five-alarm fire with it. So on Sunday, the cloud...
  • 338 days ago
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How can the rotten Knicks still produce a day like this?

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The parade was endless, and after a while more than a little comical. Latrell Sprewell, who once upon a time dunked a basketball in a Minnesota Timberwolves uniform, landed, sought out the owner of the Knicks and offered this greeting — “BLEEEEEEEEP YOOOOOU!!!!!” — was introduced, lauded, cheered. Larry Johnson was there, and Gerald Wilkins,...
  • 338 days ago
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A strange old-timers’ day ends with Knicks-Spurs stunner

NY Post (Marc Berman) — There were no Charles Oakley chants and one giant Knicks victory over a Western Conference power. Who would have thought that entering Sunday’s nationally televised matinee? With Carmelo Anthony scoring seven points in the final 2:33, the Knicks averted arguably their worst homestand in history when they stunned the Spurs 94-90 at the Garden. Anthony...
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Dolan trots out Latrell Sprewell and many ex-Knicks in Oakley cover

NY Post (Marc Berman) — In an attempt to show his relationships with Knicks alumni in the wake of the Charles Oakley ban, Knicks owner James Dolan sat with Latrell Sprewell — with whom he formerly feuded — and Bernard King during Sunday’s matinee against the Spurs at the Garden. Also honored on the Garden Jumbotron were Larry Johnson, Bill Bradley,...
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