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Playoffs Are a Crucial Time for the Knicks’ Phil Jackson

NY Times (HARVEY ARATON) — His Knicks may be done for the year, but Jackson needs to scrutinize the playoffs with a Zen-like focus and eyeball the body language of every prospective unrestricted free agent.
  • 2 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony Says He’s Much Clearer About Knicks’ Future

NY Times (ANDREW KEH) — Anthony, who missed the last two months of the season after having surgery on his left knee, is no longer second-guessing his decision to sign a long-term deal last summer.
  • 2 days ago
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The Best and the Worst: The Rangers and the Knicks Are a Study in Contrast

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The two main teams that share Madison Square Garden represented opposite ends of the sports spectrum this season: The Rangers compiled the N.H.L.’s top record, and the Knicks endured their worst season.
  • 3 days ago
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Suspense Goes Down to Wire for New York Teams

NY Times (THE NEW YORK TIMES) — In their final game of the regular season, the Nets will be hoping to squeeze into the Eastern Conference’s final playoff spot. The Knicks could benefit from losing.
  • 4 days ago
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Knicks Superfan Expected to Be There to the Bitter End

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Dennis Doyle, who decided to follow the Knicks around for the season after losing his job, spent $26,000 to take in 64 losses (and 17 wins). “I’m so shot,” he said before Wednesday’s finale.
  • 4 days ago
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Amid a Woeful Circus, Basketball’s Lowly Strivers Carry the Knicks

NY Times (DAN BARRY) — Lost in the historically dismal nature of the Knicks’ season has been the dedication of its makeshift core: the undrafted temp players who have remained steadfast until the bitter end.
  • 9 days ago
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Stabbing of Chris Copeland Hangs Over Games in New York

NY Times (SETH BERKMAN) — Until recently, Wednesday night’s slate of local basketball games held little intrigue, but that changed after the Nets’ run of wins and a stabbing involving the Pacers’ Chris Copeland.
  • 10 days ago
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Phil Jackson Faces Fans and Talks of Future

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Jackson and Steve Mills, the team’s general manager, fielded prepared questions from Al Trautwig and Alan Hahn of the MSG Network before an invitation-only crowd of roughly 300.
  • 16 days ago
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Nets Keep Surging Toward Playoffs; Knicks Keep Sinking to Bottom

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Brook Lopez followed up his own miss for the winning layup with 14.2 seconds remaining at Madison Square Garden, and the Nets (34-40) moved into a tie for seventh place in the Eastern Conference.
  • 17 days ago
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Knicks Will Set New Low; Only Question Is How Low

NY Times (JAY SCHREIBER) — Three more losses will guarantee that these Knicks are the first team in franchise history to finish an 82-game season with fewer than 20 victories.
  • 18 days ago
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Madison Square Garden to Split Into Two Companies

NY Times (MICHAEL J. de la MERCED) — The company confirmed Friday that it would spin off MSG’s live sports and entertainment businesses from its media business.
  • 22 days ago
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Madison Square Garden Confirms Plan to Split in Two

NY Times (MICHAEL J. de la MERCED) — One company will include the sports teams, the namesake arena and Radio City Music Hall, while the other will have regional sports networks.
  • 22 days ago
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Short-Handed Knicks Fall to the Grizzlies

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Memphis clinched a playoff berth and cracked 50 wins for the third straight season against the lowly Knicks.
  • 26 days ago
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In a Battle of the Lowly, the Knicks End Up a Bit Lower

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Knicks and the Timberwolves entered Thursday night with matching records: 14-53, which qualified them as the two worst teams in the N.B.A. Minnesota emerged with the victory.
  • 30 days ago
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Good Basketball Elsewhere Holds Lessons for Knicks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — A common thread ran through a reporter’s 29,000-mile journey to find quality play across the globe: teamwork and selflessness.
  • 32 days ago
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