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Knicks erasing another facet of Phil Jackson’s master plan

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Phil Jackson’s triangle will no longer be associated with the Knicks and neither will West Point. The Knicks have ditched West Point as their training-camp site, according to multiple sources, after a three-year run that was marked with controversy last October. West Point was the brainchild of Jackson, who took the team to the picturesque...
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New Knicks GM was able to bring in his own guys, after all

NY Post (Marc Berman) — General manager Scott Perry wasn’t kidding when he said he would have freedom to reshape the front office upon his hiring by president Steve Mills. The Knicks officially announced the additions of five front-office members, including three new names — Harold Ellis, ex-Knicks guard Fred Cofield and Michael Arcieri. Arcieri, named director of basketball strategy,...
  • 340 days ago
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Knicks near deal with Michael Beasley

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — The Knicks are close to a one-year deal for Michael Beasley,
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Knicks hire Obama’s brother-in-law for front-office post

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The construction continues — and not just on every road you use daily. The Knicks front office is adding another piece as Bucks executive Craig Robinson, the brother-in-law of former President Barack Obama, will be joining the team to serve “multiple roles” in the organization, league sources confirmed. In the wake of the ouster of...
  • 342 days ago
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Charles Oakley sounds OK with missing Knicks home games

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Well, it certainly doesn’t sound like Charles Oakley is crushed by his one-year ban from Madison Square Garden. “I want to thank all my fans around the world. The case is over now that was the hard part. The easy part is stayin away from the Garden OAK,” the former Knicks All-Star power forward
  • 342 days ago
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The long, winding road that brought Scott Perry to Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Longtime NBA executive Pat Williams likes a good story — author of more than 100 books. And in new general manager Scott Perry, Knicks fans are getting a good underdog story — a meteoric, three-month rise after his Orlando ouster as assistant GM April 13. Williams, the Magic’s co-founder and senior VP, couldn’t imagine Perry’s...
  • 343 days ago
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MSG attorneys think Oakley got off easy thanks to celeb status

NY Post (Rebecca Rosenberg) — Former Knick Charles Oakley got off easy in a Manhattan courtroom Friday for his ugly February scuffle with Madison Square Garden security — and arena lawyers weren’t happy. Citing Oakley’s long history of boorish behavior, MSG attorneys accused the Manhattan district attorney’s office of coddling the retired power forward because of his local celebrity. The...
  • 344 days ago
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Charles Oakley backs down, agrees to one-year MSG ban

NY Post (Rebecca Rosenberg) — Ex-Knick Charles Oakley, who had insisted he was taking his misdemeanor assault case to trial, buckled Friday in Manhattan court and accepted a deal that includes a one-year ban from Madison Square Garden. Oakley agreed to an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal for the televised scuffle with two Madison Square Garden security guards at a...
  • 345 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis goes inside dream Nowtziki court session

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Entering last season, Kristaps Porzingis was talking playoffs or bust. He’s tempered that braggadocio now that the Knicks are embarking on a rebuilding plan that includes potentially shipping Carmelo Anthony for futures. Knicks president Steve Mills has talked of developing their young talent rather than focusing on a 2017-18 playoff berth. “My expectations are hard...
  • 345 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony: The Knicks know ‘what I’m looking for’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Carmelo Anthony, in quelling a misperception that communication between himself and the Knicks has been scarce, said he has had “great conversations’’ with the team and “they know how I feel’’ and “what I’m looking for.’’ In an interview from Baltimore, site of The Basketball Tournament (which he hosted), the embattled star said on ESPN’s...
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Kristaps Porzingis gets the mentor he’s been dreaming of

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis had extra motivation to head to Africa for the NBA’s promotional tour. Dirk Nowitzki was going, too — a late addition. Finally, the two European power-forward stars got a chance to work out together, which the 7-foot-3 Latvian had hoped to accomplish since the summer before his rookie year. The pair’s plans to...
  • 346 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis is back to loving Knicks for life

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Even in Africa, Kristaps Porzingis’ opinion on New York hasn’t changed. The formerly disgruntled Latvian is over it and wants to be a Knick for life. He’s still hoping to play with Carmelo Anthony, but knows that may not be possible. Taking a break from Latvia’s training camp for the European Championships, Porzingis embarked on...
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Carmelo Anthony: I’ve been on ‘emotional rollercoaster’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — BALTIMORE – A bearded Carmelo Anthony, after receiving a honorary medal from the mayor of Baltimore in a ceremony, said he’s spoken with new Knicks GM Scott Perry, called Phil Jackson’s firing “a business decision,’’ said the last 12 months has been “an emotional rollercoaster’’ and admitted he didn’t know if he’ll be at Knicks’...
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Carmelo Anthony getting recruited by another Trail Blazer

NY Post (Marc Berman) — BALTIMORE — The Mayor of Baltimore says Carmelo Anthony would be “an asset” for any NBA team and Trail Blazers shooting guard Evan Turner believes that includes Portland. Turner appeared at Coppin State for the Anthony-sponsored “Basketball Tournament,” rooting on the alumni team from Ohio State (his alma mater) in the semifinals Tuesday. The Blazers...
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One Knick knows Porzingis has made peace with team

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis is content, working tirelessly and just fine being a Knick. So reports Mindaugas Kuzminskas, the Knicks’ 6-foot-9 young forward playing in the European Championship who attended his April exit meeting with ousted Phil Jackson. Kuzminskas and Lithuania will host Porzingis’ Latvian squad this weekend in an exhibition game. With both countries looking to...
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