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Mikal Bridges: Why I would be great Knicks pick

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Villanova junior Mikal Bridges has heard the chatter about being a perfect fit with the Knicks — and he embraces the potential of playing full time at the Garden. In fact, Bridges believes he’s had more success at the Garden than anywhere else, and he’s won two NCAA titles. “The Garden is a special place,’’...
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David Fizdale wants to mold Knicks in some old-school ways

NY Post (Marc Berman) — New Knicks coach David Fizdale was at the Museum of Natural History on Monday night but mostly wanted to talk Knicks history. Fizdale attended the Bill Bradley tribute gala hosted by the Hospital for Special Surgery, and he met several of the Knicks’ 1970s legends who were on hand — Earl Monroe, Willis Reed, Walt...
  • 45 days ago
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Knicks are getting their first exclusive look at Villanova stud

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Villanova will be in the house. Mikal Bridges, the Wildcats’ premier small forward, will work out Thursday for the Knicks in Tarrytown, according to an industry source, after being linked to the franchise since February. The Knicks are starving for a small forward in the draft, and the 21-year-old Villanova junior won his second NCAA title...
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Why Trae Young chose the Knicks for hyped workout

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks became the first — and lowest team in the draft — electric Oklahoma point guard Trae Young will work out for. After going through his Knicks workout Tuesday in Tarrytown, Young said the Knicks would be a “cool” franchise to join and doesn’t care a whit they are selecting at No. 9 on...
  • 46 days ago
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Knicks legends wish Phil Jackson had reached out for help

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Former Knicks guard Dick Barnett has something Phil Jackson doesn’t have — his Knicks jersey retired in the Garden rafters. But in reflecting on the Zen Master’s failure as Knicks president, Barnett, who wore No. 12, wondered why Jackson never once consulted with him nor another backcourt legend, Walt Frazier, during his futile 3½-year stint...
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Knicks president ready to see what Trae Young has to offer

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry started their Monday evening at the formal Bill Bradley tribute gala for the Hospital for Special Surgery, then were heading for a late-night dinner with Oklahoma’s electric point guard prospect Trae Young. “He’s an intriguing player, intriguing talent,’’ Mills said Monday on the eve of Young’s...
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David Fizdale, wife Natasha dine with Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union

NY Post (Page Six Team) — When Fizdale, a former Heat assistant coach, was fired from his job with the Grizzlies last November, Wade sent out supportive Tweets.
  • 47 days ago
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Knicks don’t have to wait any longer for Trae Young workout

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Oklahoma freshman point guard Trae Young is headed to New York and will stage a workout for the Knicks on Tuesday in Tarrytown, according to an NBA source. It is believed to be Young’s first individual workout, as he’s been training in Los Angeles since March 21. The Post reported Young will work out for...
  • 48 days ago
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Knicks eye ‘the next Stephen Curry’ to heal old draft wounds

NY Post (Marc Berman) — If the basketball gods show New York hoops fans any justice, “The Next Stephen Curry’’ will fall — this time — to the Knicks at No. 9 in the June 21 NBA Draft. Trae Young is the biggest celebrity if not the most electric player in the draft. Yet it’s the grimy late-season details of...
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Frank Ntilikina is back and ready to fight for his Knicks job

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Frank Ntilikina came back from France with a new look — new hair, new body. Flashy blonde streaks are colored into Ntilikina’s hair, coupled with a more chiseled physique than exhibited when the gangly rookie finished up his first NBA season in mid-April. After spending five weeks in his native France and working out at...
  • 49 days ago
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Trae Young surprisingly grants Knicks a workout

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Despite the Knicks picking ninth in the June 21 NBA Draft, Oklahoma star point guard Trae Young has decided to give them a private workout at the team facility in Tarrytown, according to an NBA source. At the NBA Draft Combine earlier this month, Young said he wasn’t sure if he’d work out for the...
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Mark Jackson has nothing but praise for Knicks and new coach

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Knicks icon Mark Jackson — in his first public comments since being passed over for the head-coaching position at the Garden — took the high road when asked about being spurned by his former team. Jackson, who played six-plus seasons for the Knicks (1987-92, 2001-02), is still a fan favorite at the Garden and was...
  • 52 days ago
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NBA took notice of what Michael Beasley did for Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Michael Beasley was back at the Knicks training facility in Tarrytown last week reuniting with David Fizdale. Beasley had two stints in Miami with the new Knicks coach — from 2008-10 and 2013-15. Fizdale was a Miami assistant then. “He likes him a lot,’’ said a source close to Beasley. Whether the 6-foot-9 Beasley gets...
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NBA experts: Two big men can help Knicks, one has the edge

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The lead-up to the Knicks’ 2018 draft can be entitled “The Bridges of Madison Square Garden.’’ With the No. 9 pick, the front office seeks a versatile combo forward as a priority. The 6-foot-6 Villanova junior Mikal Bridges, 21, and 6-7 Michigan State sophomore Miles Bridges, 20, best qualify. “They got the same name, nearly...
  • 55 days ago
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Why Knicks must resist the Trae Young temptation

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina couldn’t legally enjoy a beer Wednesday in Boston as he sat in the stands at TD Garden watching Game 5 of Celtics-Cavaliers with a small team contingent. In fact, Ntilikina, 19, won’t be able to do that until the 2020 Eastern Conference Finals — he’s 14 months from turning 21. Ntilikina sat...
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