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Knicks will celebrate 1984 — no, not the George Orwell classic

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks will celebrate “1984” — not the George Orwell classic but a classic squad that made great Garden memories. The Post has learned as part of the 70th anniversary celebration on March 29 the Knicks are planning a reunion of the 1983-1984 squad coached by Hubie Brown — a club that shocked the Isiah...
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Knicks coach sees both sides of the tanking debate

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The nerve of those Knicks. How in blazes are they going to draft UCLA’s Lonzo Ball or Washington’s Markelle Fultz or Kansas’ Josh Jackson if they’re going to do crazy, nonsensical stuff like win ball games, as they did Monday in Orlando? At 26-39, the motto should be “Strive for 55.” As in 55 losses....
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Phil Jackson decides just to teach Knicks the triangle himself

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — There are those around the NBA who have suggested, some more pointedly than others, that if Phil Jackson is so unwavering in his devotion to the triangle offense, he should get back on the court and coach it himself. Well, he did. Jackson, six years since he last formally held the title of “coach,” instructed...
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Sal Alosi: From ex-Jet ‘tripper’ coach to Derrick Rose conditioner

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It’s a small world,’’ Sal Alosi chuckled on the phone from Westwood, Calif. on Thursday. On the UCLA campus, Alosi, the former Jets strength and conditioning coach, spent May through August in Westwood working with Knicks point guard Derrick Rose, grinding his body into as good a condition than maybe it ever has been —...
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‘This is like home’: Milwaukee intrigues free-agent-to-be Derrick Rose

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MILWAUKEE — The Bucks need a starting point guard. Derrick Rose considers Milwaukee the closest thing to Chicago. And Rose grew up watching Bucks coach Jason Kidd dazzle. Seems like a possible match come July when Rose can become a free agent — even if the Knicks point guard isn’t exactly the premier playmaker Kidd...
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Knicks step closer to lottery after ‘The Greek Freak’ show

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MILWAUKEE — There was just one superstar on the court Wednesday — and nobody would mistake him for Carmelo Anthony. Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks ran the ball down the sloppy Knicks’ throats and posted a 104-93 victory at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Antetokounmpo scored 32 points with 13 rebounds, seven assists, and four steals....
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Carmelo Anthony ponders NBA shelf life and hitting 30K points

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MILWAUKEE – In the aftermath of Dirk Nowitzki’s milestone achievement, Carmelo Anthony has set a goal of playing 20 seasons. Nowitzki, the Mavericks star, entered the 30,000-point club Tuesday and has said he plans on playing one more season, making it an even 20. Anthony, who is set to return to the Knicks lineup Wednesday...
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Brandon Jennings’ Wizards stint already has controversy

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — Well, the Wizards wanted him to shoot more. Brandon Jennings is under fire for appearing to frame his fingers as a gun as a taunt — which likely has the league’s attention and his own team’s, which has a troubling history with guns. The former Knicks point guard, who’s been encouraged to be more aggressive offensively, was...
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Why Charles Barkley’s not giving up on Phil Jackson

NY Post (George Willis) — Charles Barkley isn’t ready to give up on Phil Jackson’s ability to be a success as the Knicks team president, saying this season was doomed by injuries to Joakim Noah and a lackluster year by Derrick Rose. “Has he done a good job? No,” Barkley said about Jackson during a press conference in Manhattan on...
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The brain behind Chasson Randle’s Knicks emergence

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla. — Mike Miller, head coach of the Westchester Knicks, always knew point guard Chasson Randle could score. Miller’s “areas of emphasis’’ during Randle’s D-League stint were to help him improve at defending the pick-and-roll and running a team. That mission looked accomplished in Monday night’s win over the Magic. Randle, in his first...
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Every Knicks win is a vicious flirt with draft lottery disaster

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO — The New York Lottery Police Department is on red alert. It’s that time of March when the “NYLPD” view Knicks losses as more valuable than wins. With 18 games left to play, including Wednesday’s match in Milwaukee, the number of Ping Pong balls come and go with each result. No matter if Kristaps...
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Phil Jackson foolishly flaunts first of many significant failings

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla. — Knicks president Phil Jackson and Warriors coach Steve Kerr made a scene outside the Warriors’ locker room late Sunday afternoon at the Garden. The two former Bulls champions chatted for 15 minutes in front of about 30 media members waiting to get into the locker rooms for postgame interviews. Jackson normally avoids...
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NC State star would love to learn from Knicks’ Derrick Rose

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — The idea of playing for the Knicks intrigued Dennis Smith Jr. But not as much as teaming up with Derrick Rose. That truly appealed to the ACC Rookie of the Year, one of college basketball’s top prospects. “I’m a Derrick Rose fan, so I’m not going to say they need a point guard,” the gifted...
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MSG legend John Andariese suffering from dementia

NY Post (Don Burke) — John Andariese, the beloved analyst who became synonymous with Knicks basketball both on television and radio across nearly 40 years in the booth, is suffering from advanced dementia, according to several people close to him. His poor health was brought to light during ABC’s telecast of the Knicks-Warriors game Sunday afternoon, when play-by-play man Mike...
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Chasson Randle helps his case and hurts tank in Knicks’ rally

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ORLANDO, Fla. — With Carmelo Anthony resting his knee in the locker room, the Knicks actually won a game. It did nothing for their ping-pong ball allotment, but the Knicks put forth a terrific fourth quarter led mostly by their bench players to ring up a 113-105 victory over the Magic at Amway Center on...
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