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The Westchester Knicks have reacquired Jimmer Fredette

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Jimmer! D-League! The big Knicks may have dropped below .500, but their little brothers up in Westchester have been taking the D-League by storm, jumping out to a 5-0 record. And they're about to get some help. That's right, folks ... Jimmer Fredette is back! The former BYU gunner, who was taken by Westchester with No. 2 overall pick in the D-League draft,  was re-claimed by the...
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Heat 97, Knicks 78: "Never would have happened if we'd started Sasha"

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — They need to stop playing Miami. The Miami Heat own the Knicks at the moment. New York played almost one entire half of good basketball before foul trouble, cold shooting and dominance from random Heat bench douches sent the boys in orange and blue spiraling to a 97-78 defeat. This game was lost with about three minutes left in the second quarter, when Kristaps Porzingis sat down after...
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Heat 97, Knicks 78: Another very yucky loss to Miami

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — The Knicks lost again. The Heat are a lot better than they are, and with the frontcourt in foul trouble and Carmelo Anthony struggling after the first quarter, the slim margin for staying competitive was blown. New York's bench couldn't pick up the slack. That'll happen. No Vines and GIFs from me tonight. Go eat leftovers and forget about this one! Seriously! Okay, one GIF, because things...
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No pace and no space make Jerian Grant a dull boy

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Many factors have contributed to Grant's struggles; here's how Derek Fisher can help. The Knicks will take on the Miami Heat Friday night, a rematch of a recent loss which blew open the widening fissures in New York's bench. The second unit has been all anyone can talk about since they crapped all over themselves Monday night in Miami, only to leave a poop trail all the way up I-95 en...
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Kristaps Porzingis is the true meaning of Thanksgiving

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks all over the world are celebrating Kristaps today. Thanksgiving is a time for togetherness, a celebration of family. On this most auspicious of days, let us stop and take a moment to call to mind those who are most important to us. ... You were thinking about Kristaps Porzingis just now, weren't you? The holiday of Thanksgiving -- like Christmas, Hanukkah, Arbor Day and 4/20 --...
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Magic 100, Knicks 91: "Goddamn this lineup is not good"

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — This holiday season, be thankful this game is over. You know that one aunt in the family who can't cook? And when you're all at the Thanksgiving meal, every dish on the table is three-quarters empty but hers is still untouched? Tonight's game between the Knicks and Magic, two early-season resurrections in the East, was yuck. Orlando won, 100-91, but really, no one won. This was a moral...
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Forget about that Knicks game for a bit and just watch Kristaps Porzingis block people

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — These are the only things I remember from tonight: Do not go into the paint. 3 block for @kporzee in the 1st 6mins. #NYKvsORL pic.twitter.com/rGpfTMjw9S — NEW YORK KNICKS (@nyknicks) November 26, 2015 Worldstar blocks @elfrid pic.twitter.com/8x8CD0tTlA — oakley & allen (@oakleyandallen) November 26, 2015 6 blocks for Kristaps Porzingis in an otherwise poor game for...
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Unlike Kevin Garnett, Kristaps Porzingis never got practice cancelled by playing charades

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — KP KG We here at P&T operate under a set of guiding principles -- two of the most important being the belief that Kristaps Porzingis is an infallible star-child and Kevin Garnett is a shit-eating weasel. Never have those two dichotomous thoughts come into such stark relief as when we read  this anecdote from ESPN's Jackie MacMullan about the time KG sabotaged a Boston Celtics ...
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The Knicks' bench needs fixing, so let's get creative

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Something's amiss with the second unit. It's time to talk about the bench. Remember that rollicking, rip-roaring crew of lovable scamps that tore through the league in preseason and the first few games of the regular season? They're officially a problem. Hell, they were a problem weeks before they were blown off the court by Miami's reserves Monday night; the starters were simply good enough...
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Heat 95, Knicks 78: "This game is every reason I hate the Heat"

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Stop existing, Miami! The New York Knicks were due for a bad game -- one of those Murphy's Law nights when they don't bring it against a good opponent, when every loose ball slips out of their hands like it was covered in K-Y, when they miss every close shot. These things happen. But why did it have to happen against the Miami Heat ? New York's eternal tormentors -- eager to prove that...
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Heat 95, Knicks 78: Scenes from the first real stinker in a while

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — Hey! The Knicks finally laid an egg. It was going to happen eventually. Beginning mid-way through the first quarter, the Knicks had a devil of a time executing -- they were sloppy, lazy, inaccurate, and slow to react. A Carmelo Anthony-led fit of activity in the second half made you briefly wonder if this could be a basketball game, but ... no, it never really became a basketball game. This...
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Kristaps Porzingis (and Knicks guards) can learn from the pick-and-pop master, Chris Bosh

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Bosh is the best pick-and-pop player in the league. Kristaps must learn in order to surpass him. In case the rest of the NBA hadn't noticed, Kristaps Porzingis seems to have found his shooting stroke over the past few games. Saturday's victory over the Rockets was the most recent reminder of what we've all known since we first saw scouting videos: kid has unlimited range. What better...
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Pod Strickland #6: Getting weird with the 2015 NBA Draft

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Stingy and MattRW talk about the Knicks and how that's finally a feel good thing. In today's episode I yak it up with Matt RW, Posting and Toasting's resident capologist. The two of us dolts talk about how everyone sees a half dozen good games from the Flamingo and all they want to do is trade his ass. So we re-do the draft and pull off a bunch of total nonsense that somehow favors the...
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The Knicks' win in Houston was their first in a decade

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Knicks finally vanquished the un-vanquishable. The New York Knicks , legitimately good basketball team, strolled into Houston Saturday and knocked off a struggling Rockets club, 107-102.  Statistically speaking , it was a matchup between the league's most improved team and the league's most regressed team -- a regressed team missing their starting center, no less. Now that I've...
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Lance Thomas: James Harden stopper

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — Lance Thomas played great defense Saturday night against the Rockets. He's had a few games like that this year. Lance makes the occasional mistake, and on offense he moves as if navigating through shrubs, but the dude is versatile and vivacious as a stopper of all kinds. I have literally a dozen videos sitting on my desktop now of Lance singlehandedly snuffing out Rockets plays, but instead of...
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