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How Jeff Hornacek has changed without Phil’s shadow

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Two days after Carmelo Anthony’s observation the Knicks are having more fun this season with a different system, Kristaps Porzingis said one key is head coach Jeff Hornacek is brimming with confidence because he’s running his own stuff. Porzingis, who missed Anthony’s Garden return Saturday with a sore left knee, is a...
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Knicks not ruling out a Kristaps Porzingis return versus Hornets

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — On Saturday, there was a notion Kristaps Porzingis — who is recovering from a sore left knee that he tweaked against the Nets — would be available to play against the Thunder. False alarm. Now for Monday’s game in Charlotte, where the Knicks will seek a fifth straight victory, Porzingis has officially been listed as...
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Doug McDermott is proof the Knicks are becoming one

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Michael Beasley was on his way to his second 30-point night of the season for the Knicks. Virtually everything he tossed up went in — inside, outside, from deep. Midway through the fourth quarter Saturday, the Thunder were teetering, fatigued from the three overtimes they played the previous night in Philadelphia. Beasley had an open...
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It looks like Ron Baker busted out of his sophomore slump

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The sophomore jinx is starting to turn for Ron Baker. Given a new lease on his second season because of Tim Hardaway Jr.’s leg injury, Baker is back to being “Ron Burgundy” — the affectionate nickname Carmelo Anthony bestowed on him as a rookie. As part of their balanced attack that saw six Knicks hit...
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Michael Beasley outdueled idol Carmelo Anthony on huge night

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Michael Beasley welcomed the challenge of going against his idol, Carmelo Anthony. He said he grew up watching Anthony and was intrigued by his moves. So Saturday in a starting role for the Knicks against Anthony and the Thunder, Beasley got a chance to go one-on-one with one of his heroes. “For me, it’s fun,”...
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Kanter, McDermott remind Thunder what they’re missing

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Saturday was a big night for Carmelo Anthony and his return to the Garden with the Thunder. And it was just as big for two other guys, Enes Kanter and Doug McDermott, who were traded away from Oklahoma City when Anthony made the move West. “It always feels good to beat whoever’s out there, but...
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Carmelo Anthony’s warm Garden welcome didn’t last long

NY Post (George Willis) — Before Carmelo Anthony was introduced with the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night, the giant jumbotron dangling from the roof of the Garden began to play a short video of Anthony’s highlights as a Knick. After the montage of game-winning shots, his interaction with fans and some clips from his charitable endeavors, Anthony was...
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Carmelo homecoming wrecked by dominant Knicks victory

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Carmelo Anthony couldn’t have everything. The ex-Knick got a rousing welcome during player introductions that included a stirring video montage, then the night went downhill from there, crashing and burning. Anthony would find himself in a familiar spot — a loser at the Garden. Booed almost every time he touched the ball, Anthony started fast...
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Knicks won’t have Kristaps Porzingis for Melo’s return

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — It was fleeting, but for a slight time Saturday, it seemed like Kristaps Porzingis might play for the Knicks. Yeah, fleeting to be sure. After testing his sore left knee that he injured Thursday in Brooklyn, Porzingis was ruled out against the Thunder in Carmelo Anthony’s Madison Square Garden return. Porzingis underwent an MRI on...
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Melo’s return likely to mimmic his Knicks tenure — a mixed bag

NY Post (George Willis) — Once a Knick always a Knick is what former players who once made their home at the Garden are greeted with when they return. Mark Jackson got the salute the other night when he was courtside working the game for ESPN. Patrick Ewing was always acknowledged when he returned as an NBA assistant coach. Carmelo...
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Tim Hardaway Jr. finds a new role while trying to wait out injury

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It’s a tricky injury, a stress reaction/fracture that requires more rest than rehab. So Knicks swingman Tim Hardaway Jr. is trying to use his extra time to help the team off the court. His father, Hall-of-Fame candidate Tim Hardaway, is currently a Pistons assistant coach, so it’s not unfamthomable his son will want to move...
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The only holiday carols New York fans need this season

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Wait … it’s that time of year again? Holy cow, it’s that time of year again. Time for mistletoe, egg nog, a warm fire, and few ditties to commemorate the season A-one, and a-two and … “It’s the Most Mets-iest Time of the Year” (“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”) It’s the most...
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Carmelo plays longest game of season on eve of Garden return

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — The Thunder won’t be well-rested when they attempt to get Carmelo Anthony a victory in his return to the Garden on Saturday. In what was a microcosm of Oklahoma City’s uneven season, the Thunder blew an eight-point lead in the final three minutes of regulation, were forced to play three overtimes before snaring...
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Carmelo ready for ‘emotional’ return to the city he embraced

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Kristaps Porzingis has a message to Knicks fans: There’s no reason to boo Carmelo Anthony Saturday night in his Garden return. “I think he was as professional as he could be in his time here in New York,’’ said Porzingis, who considers Anthony his mentor. “I don’t see why they wouldn’t receive him...
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Enes Kanter’s old coach offers major praise for new Knicks stud

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Knicks center Enes Kanter won’t say whether his former Thunder teammates miss him in the locker room. But his former coach Billy Donovan will. Donovan said Kanter, his former backup center to Steven Adams was always a good locker-room personality, though he stopped short of calling him their leader. “He made a huge...
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