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Locked on Knicks, Episode 217: Taking stock at the quarter-season mark, KP’s new nickname

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — The Knicks are doing much better, on both sides of the ball, than almost anyone expected On today’s ‘sode I measure the Knicks’ performance against the rest of the league as we enter the 2nd quarter of the season. Also discussed: KP’s new nickname, Enes Kanter’s increasingly violent rhetoric, and Jim Dolan’s stupid song for the Deadspin Awards. Liasten!
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This Week in Knicks Social Media: Diplomatic Relations

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — Basketballers of the world, unite Soundtrack Greetings, Lizard People! Today we’ll take a look at a lesser-discussed but also important aspect of the game of basketball: fostering world peace. In this endeavor your Knickerbockers are like Nixon and China all in one. Let’s take a peek inside this secretive world. Here we have ambassadors representing many parts of the globe: ...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 216: KP’s close call, Knicks son Heat to death

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — It wasn’t close On today’s ‘sode I take you through KP’s terrifying brush with ANKLE ANNIHILATION. Then I break down the Knicks’ vicious sonning of the Heat by discussing things I LIKED and things I DIDN’T LIKE from the game. Listen!
  • 52 days ago
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Knicks 115, Heat 86: ‘Unicorn physiology healing X-man Wolverine powers engaged’

Posting and Toasting (Harrison Rahajason) — Somehow, that went super well. After three straight bad L’s, the Knicks were home to play fellow .500 team, the Miami Heat . Miami had won three of their last four but were without Hassan Whiteside tonight. Whiteside had been averaging 14 and 12 this year, so this sounded like good news for the Knicks. But just a few minutes into the game, the disaster almost struck. Kristaps...
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Knicks 115, Heat 86: Scenes From a Collective Sigh of Relief

Posting and Toasting (Harrison Rahajason) — Disaster: Averted Just a few minutes into the game, everything that we never ever want to see happen, happened. Kristaps Porzingis, our beloved unicorn, had his ankle stepped on by Miami’s Justise Winslow. He had to be helped off the court, and there’s no word yet on a prognosis. It was the type of injury that makes the rest of the game seem completely secondary. I won’t show the video, it’s...
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Knicks Links: Sing us a song, James Dolan, you’re the harmonica man

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Oh no. What’s up, cephalopods? I’ve got a really, really terrible song for you guys below, but first, here’s an actually good song to listen to while you read: — Don’t watch this video too long or you’ll go blind. And don’t listen to it for too long, either, or you’ll go deaf: Knicks owner James Dolan presented an exclusive song at the #DeadspinAwards : ...
  • 53 days ago
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Let’s watch Joakim Noah play morning basketball with the Westchester Knicks!

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Why not! The Westchester Knicks will play in the morning Wednesday against the Maine Red Claws, and they will have a former NBA Defensive Player of the Year among them. The NY Knicks have assigned Damyean Dotson and Joakim Noah to the Westchester Knicks for this morning’s game. They are expected to rejoin the NY Knicks for tonight’s game against Miami. — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) ...
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Wassup in Westchester: W-Knicks win their fourth in a row

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Ron was there. The Westchester Knicks won their fourth consecutive game on Monday, beating the Windy City Bulls 104-95. The game was notable for an appearance by big Knick Ron Baker, but the be-coiffed one continued to struggle, managing only 9 points and zero assists in 37 minutes. Isaiah Hicks (two-way contract): 32 points on 14-16 shooting, 9 rebounds It’s hard to get...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 214 - Knicks lose to Blazers, Noah debuts, a #morass looms

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Is there light at the end of the tunnel or nah? On today’s ‘sode I break down the Knicks' loss to the Blazers, then contextualize the 3-game losing streak in the overarching narrative of the season. Listen!
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Trail Blazers 103, Knicks 91: “Grumble, grumble”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Tonight’s game versus the Portland Trail Blazers was the start of a stretch of four of five at home for the New York Knicks. Portland was on the last leg of a five-game road trip. You know how that sounds like it’d go down? It didn’t go down like that. The Blazers won 103-91, smoking the Knicks like a [ thinks of Thanksgiving allusions/remembers Thanksgiving’s over/locks onto next holiday on...
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Trail Blazers 103, Knicks 91: Scenes from a classic Knicks fake comeback

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Those new uniforms are cursed! Well, that could’ve ended a lot uglier, so there’s that, right? The Knicks lost by 12, but they were down by way more than that throughout much of this game. You know what they say about Knicks and fake comebacks. Let’s just try to take a look at some of the positives from tonight. Joakim Noah made his first layup in the last 30 years! NOAH TO THE RACK...
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With the Knicks suddenly thin at center, should G-Leaguer Luke Kornet get a shot?

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Let’s get weird. Lost amidst the 40-point swing and general awfulness that was the Knicks ’ Saturday night loss to the Rockets was the fact that the team was a couple of calls away from fouling out both of the centers on their active roster. Kyle O’Quinn and Willy Hernanomez got into foul trouble in the first half, and with Enes Kanter (back), Kristaps Porzingis (back) and Joakim...
  • 55 days ago
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Thanksgiving P&T mailsack, pt. 2: The draft, the rotation, and TrumpBallGate

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Back to work, back to mailsack! Part one of this mailbag touched on tanking, Nerlens Noel, and a conundrum of sacks and sack-related paraphernalia. Bienvenue à part deux . Fit vs. flyer: who ya got? TrentTuckerEra writes: “Seems like [2018’s] a big-heavy draft, and most of the mock drafts have us taking the best big available. Is that what we should do if the best available player...
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Rockets 117, Knicks 102: Perhaps if we just play every game at home...

Posting and Toasting (New York Basketball Observer) — Whats that? You’re not allowed to do that? I don’t like people playing with my emotions. I was ready to watch the Knicks test themselves against a great Western Conference team. Fresh off a bad loss to a crummy Hawks team the day before, I figured the Knicks would get a loss, but this new, prideful Knicks squad might play angry and at least compete. I decided, with the help of an Ian...
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Rockets 117, Knicks 102: Scenes from a wacky game with a predictable outcome

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Houston won, as they always do. The New York Knicks , without the aid of Kristaps Porzingis (back problems) and Enes Kanter (also back problems), led the Houston Rockets by a lot of points in the beginning of the game (25-5 in the first quarter) then got their asses handed to them in the middle of the (80-40), then lost, 117-102. We knew heading into the game that they were going to...
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