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Foley’s closing leaves city without piece of its heart

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — There was never a bad time to go to Foley’s, of course, but the very best were those late hours each January after the baseball writers’ dinner, because that’s when the very best element of Foley’s was on display. There were writers crowding those tables, of course, some of them dressed in their once-a-year black-tie...
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Knicks mailbag: Why a Patrick Ewing return to MSG is unlikely

NY Post (Marc Berman) — You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Knicks. Why isn’t Patrick Ewing even considered for the head coaching job? Seems like he will at the...
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What Knicks’ facility reopening will look like

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks are open for business — kind of. On Friday, the Knicks announced they would reopen their Tarrytown training facility for voluntary individual workouts for players on the same day it appeared their season may be over. The reopening comes seven days after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced teams in the state could reopen their...
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Knicks season looks over as practice facility reopens: ‘Long shot’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks finally opened their training facility in Tarrytown on Friday but that does not mean they will be part of the season’s restart. According to an NBA source, commissioner Adam Silver’s Board of Governor’s conference call with owners left the impressions that bringing back all 30 teams was unlikely. However, a return-to-play scenario that...
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Meaningless NBA games would be a total disaster

NY Post (Marc Berman) — NBA commissioner Adam Silver is in agony trying to figure out the season restart without a road map and without a way to satisfy everyone. All roads lead to Orlando, but Silver will have a conference call Thursday with GMs, then another one Friday with NBA owners, to possibly finalize a format. All week, the...
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Kenny Atkinson a potential threat to Knicks’ coaching favorite Tom Thibodeau

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks won’t begin any coaching search until they find out whether their season is over, according to sources. That could come as soon as Friday night, should commissioner Adam Silver finalize a format for the season’s restart following a conference call with the team owners. If the NBA brings back all 30 teams or...
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Leon Rose adds ‘experience’ in Knicks’ front-office revamp

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks rookie president Leon Rose made it official Wednesday with his front-office shakeup in announcing the hirings of three “experienced basketball executives” – Walt Perrin, Frank Zanin and Brock Aller. Rose also confirmed Scott Perry signed an extension for next season to remain as GM. “We have assembled a diverse front office comprised of highly...
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The night Stephen Curry won over Knicks fans, New York City

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Stephen Curry wasn’t yet what he would become that night of Feb. 27, 2013. The Warriors weren’t yet what they’d become. And hard as it may be to remember this, Golden State wasn’t the best team on the floor at the Garden that night, and it wasn’t all that close. Knicks fans already knew Curry,...
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LeBron James one of many what-ifs that could’ve changed Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — In a weeklong series, The Post is looking at alternate realities in New York sports. Today’s edition looked at what would have happened had the Knicks drafted Steph Curry in 2009. Here are some other big Knicks what-ifs from the past 30 years: 1. What if the Knicks drafted Donovan Mitchell at No. 8 instead...
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Steph Curry would’ve been Knicks’ savior if Warriors conceded to his dad’s request

NY Post (Marc Berman) — In a weeklong series, The Post is looking at alternate realities in New York sports. We are examining “what if” scenarios for our teams, reversals of fortune that would have radically changed not only the franchises themselves but dramatically altered their leagues, too. There are two rules: The scenario must be grounded in reality and...
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Patrick Ewing out of the hospital after being treated for coronavirus

NY Post (Justin Tasch) — Patrick Ewing is getting the upper hand in his fight against coronavirus. Three days after the Knicks legend announced he tested positive for COVID-19, his son Patrick Ewing Jr. said Monday the 57-year-old Georgetown coach is out of the hospital. “I want to thank all of the doctors and hospital staff for taking care of...
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The return of New York sports is beginning to feel real

NY Post (Zach Braziller, Mollie Walker) — Professional sports returning to New York took a step forward Sunday afternoon, with the announcement by Gov. Andrew Cuomo that teams can begin holding training camps immediately. The Nets were the first team to take advantage, announcing they will open their practice facility in Brooklyn on Tuesday for voluntary workouts while adhering to the protocols...
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Knicks’ draft possibility Tyrese Haliburton ‘will wow people’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The highlight of the annual NBA Draft Combine in Chicago is team executives sitting down with lottery candidates for live interviews at the historic Hilton Hotel on Michigan Avenue. The combine scheduled for last week was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Also canceled was Iowa State point guard Tyrese Haliburton’s chances of making a...
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What Andrew Cuomo’s training-camp edict means for Knicks, Nets

NY Post (Zach Braziller, Marc Berman) — Knicks and Nets players are expected to soon have the option of taking part in voluntary workouts at their practice facilities in Tarrytown and Brooklyn, respectively, after Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday greenlit New York professional teams being able to holding training camps. It remains to be seen how many of the players plan to take...
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Andrew Cuomo: New York sports teams can hold in-state training camps

NY Post (Justin Tasch, Kevin Sheehan) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s push to get professional sports going again in New York took another step forward Sunday. Cuomo said during a press conference at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh that as of Sunday, professional sports leagues can begin holding training camps in New York, as leagues work on their plans to resume play amid...
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