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Nets and Knicks Home Games Postponed by Storm

NY Times (ANDREW KEH) — The Knicks’ game against Sacramento was rescheduled for March 3. The Nets’ game against Portland was postponed until April 6.
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For N.B.A. Teams, Nonentities on Offense Can Fill Important Roles

NY Times (BENJAMIN HOFFMAN) — In his N.B.A. career Charles Jones had little to do on the offensive end of the court, but he unexpectedly played a key role in the Rockets’ 1995 championship run.
  • 1 day 22 hr ago
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Carmelo Anthony Is Out and the Knicks’ Winning Streak Is Over

NY Times (VIV BERNSTEIN) — A year after his 62-point performance against Charlotte, Anthony was unable to contribute while resting his sore knee as the Knicks fell to the Hornets.
  • 2 days ago
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In Unraveling Season, the Knicks String Together Reasons for Hope

NY Times (ZACH SCHONBRUN) — The Knicks become the owners of a three-game winning streak by knocking off the Magic at Madison Square Garden.
  • 3 days ago
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A Nomad in the N.B.A. Is a Knick ... for Now

NY Times (ANDREW KEH) — In a league where stars can sometimes resemble journeymen, Lou Amundson’s journey is extreme — he has played for 10 different N.B.A. teams since turning professional.
  • 4 days ago
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Facing 76ers, Knicks Earn a Win. Someone Had To.

NY Times (ANDREW KEH) — In a game between two teams jockeying for the top pick in the N.B.A. draft, the Knicks, whether they liked it or not, took home the victory.
  • 5 days ago
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Loyal Knicks Fans Deserve a Medal. But a Refund?

NY Times (RICHARD SANDOMIR) — A Knicks fan says the team should lower ticket prices or learn from Broadway, where theatergoers are compensated when major stars cannot appear.
  • 5 days ago
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Knicks Win! Knicks Win!

NY Times (ANDREW KEH) — The Knicks defeated the Pelicans at Madison Square Garden for their first victory since Dec. 12.
  • 7 days ago
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Phil Jackson Confidant Studies Historically Bad Teams, Like Knicks

NY Times (RICHARD SANDOMIR) — Charley Rosen, who has known Phil Jackson for 40 years, recently published a book about the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers, who went 9-73.
  • 9 days ago
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Ray Lumpp, Who Played for Knicks and Ran a Track Meet, Dies at 91

NY Times (RICHARD GOLDSTEIN) — Lumpp had a notable career as a basketball player, and he also was the athletic director of the New York Athletic Club, whose track and field meets faced accusations of discrimination.
  • 10 days ago
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Pass to the Open Man! Not Him! The Other One!

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Division II Bellarmine University has been among the top 10 shooting teams in seven consecutive seasons, employing a basketball philosophy used by the 1969-70 Knicks.
  • 10 days ago
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Knicks Clobbered by Bucks in London

NY Times (SAM BORDEN) — The game was played on a different continent, but the result was the same: The Knicks were hammered, falling to 5-36.
  • 11 days ago
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Knicks Heading to London as a Ragged Ambassador

NY Times (ANDREW KEH) — Though they were in the conversation as the worst team in the N.B.A., the Knicks planned to represent the league “with a sense of pride,” Coach Derek Fisher said.
  • 13 days ago
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Covering the Knicks: A Reporter's Dilemma

NY Times (JASON STALLMAN) — Scott Cacciola is taking a sabbatical from covering his usual beat: the New York Knicks. Jason Stallman, his editor, explains why.
  • 13 days ago
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Rangers and Knicks Share Only an Address

NY Times (JAY SCHREIBER and NAILA-JEAN MEYERS) — For Madison Square Garden’s roommates, every Rangers success is being met with a corresponding Knicks failure.
  • 14 days ago
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