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With Carmelo Anthony’s Back Ailing, Knicks’ Load Just Got Heavier

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — As Anthony recuperated after experiencing what the team described as back spasms, the rest of the Knicks were left to wonder how quickly he could return.
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Carmelo Anthony Injures His Back in Knicks’ Latest Loss

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Troubled by what the team described as back spasms, Anthony left the court late in the first half and missed the remainder of the game.
  • 1 day 13 hr ago
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One Game In, Knicks’ Jose Calderon Has More Wins Than 76ers

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Granted a reprieve from the usual rigors of the N.B.A. schedule, the Knicks took advantage by defeating the 76ers with help from Jose Calderon, who made his season debut Saturday at Madison Square Garden.
  • 3 days ago
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Knicks’ New D-League Team Mirrors the Parent Club, Right Down to the Losses

NY Times (ZACH SCHONBRUN) — Westchester, which shares an ownership, a nickname and a practice center with the Knicks, is also learning the triangle offense in a partnership that should be beneficial for both clubs.
  • 6 days ago
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Knicks Fall Once More, Despite Playing Depleted Timberwolves

NY Times (PAT BORZI) — The night after Carmelo Anthony said his left knee has bothered him since Oct. 30, he contributed 20 points and 4 rebounds, but the Knicks still lost their ninth in 10 games.
  • 6 days ago
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Knicks Take Another Giant Step Backward

NY Times (BEN STRAUSS) — The Knicks turned in another feeble performance on defense and saw a late comeback fall short as their teetering season took another step toward irrelevance.
  • 7 days ago
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A Major Trade Leaves Questions in Two Cities

NY Times (HARVEY ARATON) — The Knicks’ victory over Denver suggested that they were the clear winners of the Carmelo Anthony deal involving Danilo Gallinari, but Knicks fans should still question the long-term wisdom of the trade.
  • 9 days ago
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Knicks, Facing a Struggling Nuggets Team, End Seven-Game Skid

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points as the Knicks (3-8) fended off a couple of second-half spurts by the Nuggets (2-7), who are scuffling through their schedule.
  • 9 days ago
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Living Out a Knicks Dream, With Nightmares

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Dennis Doyle has decided to combine his passions for writing, traveling and the Knicks by attending all of the team’s 82 games this season. But what about all the losing?
  • 11 days ago
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Knicks’ Hopes of Ending Skid Are Dashed at the Buzzer

NY Times (ALLAN KREDA) — Trey Burke’s jumper from the left corner at the buzzer lifted the Jazz over the Knicks, ruining a 46-point night from Carmelo Anthony.
  • 11 days ago
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Practice and Rest Are No Help to the Knicks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Facing an Orlando team playing its second game in 27 hours, the Knicks could not take advantage.
  • 13 days ago
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Jackson Offers Some Timely Advice, but Knicks Fail to Follow It All

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The team’s president, Phil Jackson, who has tried to stay in the background, told his players to protect the ball and shed defenders, but that didn’t happen against the Hawks.
  • 15 days ago
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Ernie Vandeweghe, Knick and Physician, Dies at 86

NY Times (RICHARD GOLDSTEIN) — A leading Knicks player of the early 1950s, Mr. Vandeweghe was also the patriarch of a three-generation family of athletes that includes the current professional tennis player Coco Vandeweghe.
  • 16 days ago
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As Knicks’ Derek Fisher Finds, Coaching’s Burdens Are Heavy

NY Times (WILLIAM C. RHODEN) — No matter how long you have played, no matter how often you have been labeled a coach on the court, you are never prepared for the extent to which coaching can take over your life.
  • 16 days ago
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It’s Elementary: Knicks’ Problem Is Chemistry, Not Geometry

NY Times (HARVEY ARATON) — With a 2-4 record to start the season, discussion of the Knicks’ triangle offense deflects attention from a roster that’s ill-suited for it.
  • 17 days ago
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