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Whip Whap Whoops! Knicks Spoil LeBron’s Homecoming

NY Times (THE NEW YORK TIMES) — The best streetball announcer on earth called LeBron James’s first game back with his hometown team, accompanied by Patrick Truby’s illustrations.
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Undaunted Knicks Spoil LeBron James’s Homecoming

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Despite the hype over the return of LeBron James to Cleveland, the Knicks held on to defeat the Cavaliers.
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A Welcome Back Befitting a King

NY Times (MICHAEL POWELL) — As LeBron James made his Cleveland return Thursday night, wherever the best player in the basketball universe goes to play hoops, the reality changes.
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Knicks’ Jose Calderon Out Two to Three More Weeks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The team announced that point guard Jose Calderon would miss two to three more weeks, including Thursday night’s game against the Cavaliers, with a strained right calf.
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Knicks Juggle Starting Lineup, Then Drop Opener

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Bulls stormed past the Knicks, 104-80, to spoil Derek Fisher’s coaching debut and snuff some of his team’s early optimism.
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A New State of Mind at the Garden

NY Times (WILLIAM C. RHODEN) — The Knicks’ players say they are excited about the new season, but can Phil Jackson’s changes win over the fans?
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Madison Square Garden Company Considering a Breakup

NY Times (MICHAEL J. de la MERCED) — The Madison Square Garden Company said it was exploring a move that would split the Knicks and the Rangers from its live entertainment business.
  • 3 days ago
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Knicks Trade Travis Outlaw

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Knicks settled on their 15-man roster Monday by trading forward Travis Outlaw to the Philadelphia 76ers.
  • 3 days ago
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Three Sides to This Story

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Knicks are reintroducing the triangle offense, but not even their players can explain exactly what it is.
  • 3 days ago
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Madison Square Garden Company to Explore Split

NY Times (MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED) — A breakup would separate the New York Knicks and Rangers professional sports teams from the company’s live entertainment business.
  • 4 days ago
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For Derek Fisher, Knicks’ New Coach, a Rivalry Resumes

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Fisher was opposed by Jason Kidd in a preseason game against the Bucks, and perhaps there was a bit of symbolism as two former point guards went about the business of coaching their new teams.
  • 10 days ago
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Jim Cleamons Tries Again With a New Generation of Knicks

NY Times (HARVEY ARATON) — Cleamons, a current assistant and former Knicks player, has ties to Phil Jackson, the team president, and an awkward history with Walt Frazier, the TV analyst.
  • 16 days ago
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Back at the Garden, a Different Knicks Team Is in Search of Chemistry

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Knicks lost an exhibition game to the Raptors, but Coach Derek Fisher said wins and losses were not the focus of the preseason.
  • 17 days ago
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Knicks Preview Triangle, and Rerun Defensive Lapses

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Knicks and their new coach, Derek Fisher, opened their preseason Wednesday with a 20-point loss to the Celtics in Hartford.
  • 22 days ago
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The Knicks Seek Order on the Court

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — With a new coach and a new system, the Knicks trained at West Point during the first week of preseason practice in an attempt to pick up some positive attributes by osmosis.
  • 27 days ago
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