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The Knicks players REALLY enjoyed riding out the Nor’Easter in Miami

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — Knicks Weather the Storm. Greetings, Knicks fans. There’s a good chance that where you are is seeing some, well, unseasonable weather. From Cleveland to DC to Cape Cod, there’s a pretty little storm hanging out: wunderground.com The Federal Government shut down, NYC schools had a snow day, JFK closed, Justin Timberlake cancelled his concert, Upper West Siders are...
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Heat 119, Knicks 98: Scenes from the return of the tank

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Re-turrrrrn of the tank. For once the New York Knicks didn’t wait until the third quarter to get their asses handed to them. In most of their recent losses, the ‘Bockers wait until after halftime to roll over and show their bellies. This time the Miami Heat bench—hippie cave troll Kelly Olynyk chiefly among them—made sure the game was out of reach with a 37-21 second quarter en route to...
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March mailsack part 2 - What is the Knicks’ biggest mistake the past 15 years?

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — This may take a while. In part one of the March mailsack we discussed drafting ninth vs. trading down, wondered whom the Knicks should look out for and avoid the next couple free agent classes, and continued our proud tradition of hypothesizing genetically manipulated duck-centric battle royales . Part two is just one question, but it’s such a doozy it’s gonna need a third mailbag to...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 277: Midrange game, player development

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Why do the Knicks shoot so many midrange shots? On today’s ‘sode I discuss Jeff Hornacek’s comments on the Knicks’ reliance on midrange jumpers, then share my thoughts on Craig Robinson’s interview about player development. Listen!
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 276: Who wants it more-ish?

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — The Knicks? I guess? On today’s ‘sode I share my thoughts on the tank vs tank BLOCKBUSTER between New York and Chicago. Should the Bulls be ashamed of themselves? How many lowlights can be squeezed into one half of basketball? Does it make sense to consistently bring guys in for the first time in the 4th quarter? PLUS: A sneak peak at David Locke’s interview with commissioner Adam...
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Knicks 110, Bulls 92: This team is a bunch of noodles

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Nobody was a noodle. Run away win for the Knickerbockers this fair evening. Chicago hung tight in the first half and Christiano Felicio quite certainly got busy in the third quarter but so did Tim Hardaway. Timmy busted through the defense and took it to the house, then started blasting shots like rockets, breaking the whole game open with it’s arm out the socket. After failing to crack...
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Knicks 110, Bulls 92: Scenes from a tank-busting Bullistic missile

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — 9 is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do... Well, that was... a game. A really, really, poor display of basketball. It was like a Jackson Pollack painting of basketball, but dude took a really bad hit of acid and ate some three-day old gas station sushi beforehand. Not good. The Knicks were (fortunately or unfortunately, depending on where you stand on the tank debate) less bad than...
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Knicks 124, Hornets 101: ‘Would have liked to see Frank score his first 20-point game’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Frank good. The New York Knicks finally overcame their third-quarter woes Saturday night, and then some. New York out-scored the Charlotte Hornets 42-17 in the third frame, and that was pretty much all she wrote—124-101 was the final. So many notes: — Frank Ntilikina scored a career-high 15 points on a tidy 5-8 shooting to go along with 3 rebounds and 3 assists. Honestly, I’m not...
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Knicks 124, Hornets 101: Scenes from a rare Knicks victory

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — A blowout, no less. The New York Knicks put an end to a nine-game losing streak in enthusiastic fashion, crushing the Charlotte Hornets by a score of 124-101. The ‘Bockers spat in the face of their greatest enemy, the third quarter. Usually New York’s bugaboo, the third quarter became a springboard on Saturday night as they turned a seven-point halftime lead into a blowout tanks to a...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 275: Around the NBA with Candace Buckner

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What are the Wizards up to? On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Candace Buckner of the Washington Post to talk all things Wizards. Topics include: Do John Wall’s teammates hate him? Does it matter? Are they better off without him? Is Otto Porter living up to his contract? Did the Wizards make the right move in re-signing him? Is “Wizards” the dumbest team name in the NBA? Did Nas...
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This Week in Knicks Social Media: U Mad?

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — Tourney Talk and Further Adventures in Dogblogging Soundtrack Hello, dear Gentlepeople and Scholars! We have rounded the Ides of March, and now that our Caesar has fallen it’s time for some madness. Rather than the Caligulan variety, we’ll go for the more sporting kind - college basketball. It’s the NCAA Tournament ! By my count there are three players on the current roster who have...
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76ers 118, Knicks 110: ‘It’s time for the (tanking) student to become the master’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Quite a loss. The Knicks ’ 118-110 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers —a magnificent choke job in which they were outscored by 20 points over the last 18 minutes—was the kind of defeat that leads to all sorts of questions. Perhaps the most important question is whether or not Jeff Hornacek is actively trying to lose. The ‘Bockers controlled the game from the middle of the second quarter on,...
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76ers 118, Knicks 110: Scenes from Jeff Hornacek painting the tanking Mona Lisa

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — So, so bad at coaching. I thought I’d seen Jeff Hornacek coach the Knicks to some momentous tank moments, but nothing quite like transpired in the fourth quarter of New York’s 118-110 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers . Philly was rallying in the fourth quarter, but up to that point that the Knicks had managed to keep them at bay with a lineup of Trey Burke , Frank Ntilikina , Damyean...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 273: Hornacek, Enes, and alleged laziness

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Whomst is Courtney Lee calling out? On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Ashwin Ramnath of Daily Knicks (some of you guys might know him). We debate how hard Hornie is tanking, discuss some questionable decisions on the rotational and schematic front, rag on Enes (probably a little too much), and speculate on whomst Courtney Lee was calling out when he said some of the Knicks are lazy on...
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The Knicks fan’s guide to the NCAA Tournament West region

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — If you’re the Sun Devils, you Bluiett. Welcome, everyone. Today is the big day. Did you wear your special outfit? I hope you laminated your giant heads and tuned your vuvuzelas. Ok, take your marks. Speaking of marks. If you still need to mark up your wild bracket, try ours ! Last chance! Enter code: unicorn. The winner gets a new best friend , co-signed by a nice lady named Seth...
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