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A Knicks home game finally felt normal again

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — There were a couple of times, even if you weren’t lucky enough to be inside the building, even if you were watching through a television screen, when this finally felt like an honest-to-goodness, no-kidding Madison Square Garden basketball game, and it was like listening to an old tune you haven’t heard in years. The lyrics...
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Knicks clipped by Warriors in first game with fans back at MSG

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It was as if 11 months of enthusiastic fervor had been unleashed in one night at the Garden. A lively, loud crowd of 2,000 cheered the Knicks, heckled the Warriors and booed the referees Tuesday night. But in the end, the season’s first Garden crowd could do only so much and the Warriors’ talent won...
  • 328 days ago
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Knicks’ Julius Randle named NBA All-Star for first time in career

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Julius Randle’s dream was not just making the NBA. It was becoming an NBA All-Star. The dream has been realized as Randle will be named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team as a reserve, according to The Athletic, to culminate his career year in his second season with the Knicks. Randle will become the first...
  • 328 days ago
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Listen to Episode 34 of ‘Big Apple Buckets’: Knicks Fans Return feat. Immanuel Quickley

NY Post (Jake Brown) — Guess who’s back? Back again. Fans are back. Tell your friends. It’s been a long year, but Knicks fans can rejoice. There will be 2,000 fans back at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday for the first time since March 8. While it’s only 10 percent capacity, 2,000 people can still make some noise and bring...
  • 328 days ago
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Immanuel Quickley is keeping receipts amid promising Knicks debut

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Not everyone saves their report cards from school, but Knicks rookie Immanuel Quickley is keeping one of his draft-night grades as motivation. The Knicks’ selection of Quickley – who some scouts projected as a potential second-rounder – out of Kentucky with the 25th pick in the 2020 draft received a D+ score from CBS Sports....
  • 328 days ago
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RJ Barrett changes tune on having Knicks fans at Garden

NY Post (Marc Berman) — On the eve of the Knicks’ home opener in December, swingman RJ Barrett put a positive spin on playing at a fan-less Garden. The No. 3 pick in the 2019 draft figured sometimes Knicks opponents got up to play before a Garden crowd and it had an adverse affect. “Actually having no fans might be...
  • 328 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis trade rumors are infuriating Mark Cuban

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Mark Cuban isn’t happy with Kristaps Porzingis’ trade reports. The Mavericks owner told the Dallas Morning News that a Bleacher Report story claiming the Mavericks have “quietly gauged the trade market” for Porzingis are “not accurate.” “They’ve definitely sniffed around on him,” an NBA assistant general manager told Bleacher Report....
  • 328 days ago
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Welcome back: Knicks, Nets need their fans’ return more than ever

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Really, we’ve been waiting for a night like Tuesday night ever since we became a two-basketball-team town again eight years ago. We’ve logged so many years in basketball purgatory, watched too much bad ball, seen too many players who were just passing through on their journeyman’s itinerary. For as long as we still believe we...
  • 329 days ago
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Knicks’ Julius Randle about to find out his All-Star fate

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Julius Randle should find out shortly before Tuesday’s fan-attended game at the Garden whether he will play an extra game this season among the NBA’s elite. The league will announce its All-Star reserves on Tuesday at 7 p.m. on TNT, and Randle remains in consideration — but is no lock — to be one of...
  • 329 days ago
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Knicks fans set for ‘very emotional’ return to MSG

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Roughly 2,000 Knicks fans will be in attendance at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night for the first time in 352 days since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown began last March, and an emotional Anthony Donahue will be among them. Donahue, a season-ticket holder for nearly 20 years and a hardcore Knicks fan since he was...
  • 329 days ago
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Taj Gibson saves day for Knicks with clutch defensive play

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Taj Gibson has played sparingly since re-signing with the Knicks in January, but the veteran big man provided the Knicks a defensive lift Sunday night at the Garden. With starting center Mitchell Robinson sidelined following hand surgery and replacement Nerlens Noel fouled out, Gibson was matched against All-Star big man Karl-Anthony Towns and came up...
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Good riddance to fan-less Knicks games

NY Post (Marc Berman) — This was the final night of fake noise at the Garden. And this was also the final night of no Garden boos. The sound of artificial cheers pumped in by the building’s entertainment staff for 14 Garden games will be replaced by real live voices Tuesday vs. the Warriors. Now those live voices can cheer...
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Knicks avoid collapse to top Timberwolves

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Fans finally will return to the Garden in limited numbers beginning Tuesday, two nights after the Knicks barely pulled out an emotional win in their final game in front of an empty arena. Tom Thibodeau’s team flushed a 21-point second-half lead, but it ultimately gave him the gift of a victory in his first game...
  • 330 days ago
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Knicks’ Immanuel Quickley isn’t fazed by lost All-Star weekend chance

NY Post (Peter Botte) — With the NBA scaling down its All-Star weekend to a single day this year due to COVID-19, the traditional Rising Stars showcase involving the league’s top rookies and sophomores will not be part of the festivities. That means Knicks point guard Immanuel Quickley and other impressive young players won’t get to participate ahead of the...
  • 330 days ago
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Knicks’ Julius Randle playing under New York heat has made him better

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Julius Randle believes playing in New York is the toughest room to win over in the NBA. And he admits vindication after being viewed in a negative light as the Knicks went 21-45 last season — his first with the club. Randle said he had always improved each season — until 2019-20. “I felt like...
  • 331 days ago
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