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Tonight’s Game: Raptors at Knicks , 7:30 p.m.

theKNICKSblog.com (John F. Silver) — The Knicks are back home in New York tonight to take on the Raptors at 7:30 p.m. at Madison Square Garden. The game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on MSG and ESPN New York. The Knicks are coming off a win over the Pistons on Friday night on the road for their 11th win of […]
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Anthony Mason: The unreal made real

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — R.I.P., Anthony George Douglas Mason. The most exciting NBA non-fight I ever saw took place January 26, 1993. Anthony Mason dunked on Manute Bol. Something had been brewing between them during the game, and after the dunk, Bol'd had enough of Mase, so he took a swing at him. Bol missed. He's lucky he did. Not because Bol was a pushover - the man killed a lion while growing up in Sudan....
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Rest in peace, Anthony Mason

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — Woke up this morning to sad news after it had seemed like Anthony Mason was on the mend following heart surgery: A source has confirmed the passing of former Knick Anthony Mason early this morning. Incredibly sad news. — Peter Botte (@PeterBotte) February 28, 2015 Anthony Mason 1966-2015 pic.twitter.com/ktX7oDGjeT — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) February 28, 2015 Anthony Mason...
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Anthony Mason was more than just a bruiser

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks fans tend to glorify the tough guy image of an early '90s team that mostly came from nowhere and damn near climbed to the top of the NBA heap because they were hard as hell and wanted it more than the other guy. No Knick, other than maybe John Starks, embodied that fantasy more than Anthony Mason. Now that he's gone -- taken from us far too soon at the age of 48 -- you're going to hear...
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Anthony Mason

Knicker Blogger (Thomas B.) — One of the most endearing players to ever put on a Knicks uniform died of heart failure  today. Anthony George Douglas Mason was born on December 14, 1966 and enjoyed a 13 year NBA career with seven teams but he will be best remembered for his run with the Knicks.  Mason was the classic bootstrap success story. Toiling away in Turkey and the CBA before getting a chance with Denver and the...
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Former Knick Anthony Mason Dead at 48

theKNICKSblog.com (Adam Zagoria) — Former Knick Anthony Mason is dead at the age of 48, a source close to the Mason family confirmed to SNY.tv. Just earlier this week, his son, Antoine, a senior guard a Auburn, had told AL.com that his father was “getting better” after suffering a massive heart attack earlier this month. “I actually spoke to him […]
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Rest in peace, Anthony Mason

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — Woke up this morning to sad news after it had seemed like Anthony Mason was on the mend following heart surgery: A source has confirmed the passing of former Knick Anthony Mason early this morning. Incredibly sad news. — Peter Botte (@PeterBotte) February 28, 2015 Mason was 48. All thoughts are with the family and friends of a great, beloved Knick who died far too young. Rest in peace,...
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Knicks triumph over Detroit in the most inspiringly ugly double-OT game you'll ever see

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks! Winners! The New York Knicks will lose many, many basketball games over the next couple months, before the 2014-15 mercifully draws to a close. Friday night was not one of those games. Instead, the Knicks did the opposite of losing...which is winning. I repeat: the Knicks did not lose this basketball game. It took two overtimes, but they walked out of the Palace with a 121-115...
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Game Recap: Knicks 121 — Pistons 115 (2OT)

theKNICKSblog.com (jmcguire860) — Recap: The Knicks ended an eight-game losing streak by rallying from an 18-point first-half deficit and won for the first time without Carmelo Anthony. Need to Know: Andrea Bargnani led the Knicks with 25 points and 12 rebounds; Lou Amundson had 17 points and 14 rebounds. Langston Galloway (12 points) hit a three-pointer with six […]
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Final Score: Knicks WTF, Pistons SMH, (LOLOT)

Posting and Toasting (Seth) — Hoo-wee, that was either a good one in the worst way possible or a bad one in the best way possible. The Knicks turned what appeared to be a blowout loss into a SLUGFEST with the Pistons. Not a slugfest like a fight, but a slugfest like a bunch of slugs having a party. And then they won! In the final seconds, Langston Galloway finished a stretch in which he totally outplayed Reggie Jackson by...
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Knicks v. Pistons or why didn’t moving our J. Smith work?

Knicker Blogger (Thomas B.) — The obvious answer is that we should have got rid of both of them. Your in-game thoughts here.
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Tonight’s Game: Knicks at Pistons

theKNICKSblog.com (Andrew Vazzano, SNY.tv) — The Knicks are in Detroit on Friday night to take on the Pistons. The game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on MSG and ESPN New York. Lou Amundson, Lance Thomas, Jason Smith, Langston Galloway and Tim Hardaway Jr. are expected to start. Recent Meetings January 2, 2015 – New York suffered another loss as they […]
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Phil Jackson at Kentucky for Two Days

theKNICKSblog.com (Adam Zagoria) — Phil Jackson is at Kentucky for two days, where he will see more first-round talent than the Knicks currently have on their roster. According to Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Report, the Knicks President attended practice at Kentucky Friday and will attend Saturday’s game against Arkansas at Rupp Arena. Kentucky is 28-0, ranked No. 1 […]
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Henry Walker and 4 more candidates for Pat Riley's Knicks Witness Protection

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Call us whatever you'd like...just don't call us Knicks. "The finest trick of the devil is to persuade you that he does not exist. The second-finest trick of the devil is to resurrect washed-up former Knicks , give them a new name, and make them useful contributors for the Miami Heat ." - Charles Baudelaire Pat Riley has haunted the New York Knicks for the past two decades, and from the...
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Reggie Jackson to the Knicks could still happen

theKNICKSblog.com (Sam Spiegelman) — Reggie Jackson has long been connected to the New York Knicks. The proposed pairing dates back to the original Iman Shumpert trade talks of last trading deadline, and the Thunder guard was originally expected to be included in the three-team swap that sent Shumpert and J.R. Smith to Cleveland earlier this season. Jackson’s name was […]
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