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Knicks Improvement Due to Defense

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — This year the Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis has been greeted by his adoring fans with chants of “MVP!” It’s not entirely without merit as Porzingis is second in the league’s most important MVP category — points per game. Realistically there’s little chance he’ll be among the top 5 this year, as LeBron James, James Harden, Stephen Curry, Giannis...
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New York Knicks: Keys to victory against Charlotte Hornets on Nov. 7

Daily Knicks (Maxwell Ogden) — The New York Knicks will host the Charlotte Hornets on Tuesday, November 6. What must New York do to defeat the Hornets at Madison Square Garden? Since the beginning of the 2015-16 NBA regular season, the New York Knicks and Charlotte Hornets have developed what’s shaping up to be a memorable rivalry. The games have […] New York Knicks: Keys to victory against Charlotte Hornets...
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Knicks Film School: Lance Thomas Defense vs Kemba Walker and Hornets

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — After struggling in the first half to defend Kemba Walker and Malik Monk, Frank Ntilikina got some help from Lance Thomas down the stretch to spark a comeback. Thomas provides the Knicks with a wing defender who can switch on shifty guards and take the pressure off Ntilikina to battle through ball screens. For more, follow @theknickswall & @KnickFilmSchool on Twitter.     The...
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Knicks Film School: Frank Ntilikina Defensive Struggles vs Malik Monk

The Knicks Wall (Jeffrey Bellone) — Malik Monk made life difficult for the Knicks in the first half, forcing Frank Ntilikina to chase him around off-ball screens and cuts.   Monk scored 18 first half points. In the second half, a combination of cooler shooting and stronger team defense held him to a tepid 1-5 from the field.     The post Knicks Film School: Frank Ntilikina Defensive Struggles vs Malik Monk ...
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Kristaps Porzingis has been named Eastern Conference Player of the Week

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Bow down to your king, Easterners! If you felt that Kristaps Porzingis was the best player in the Eastern Conference last week then congratulations, because the rest of the NBA agrees with you! Our young Unicorn has been named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week! The Week 3 #NBA Players of the Week! West: @JHarden13 of the @HoustonRockets East: @kporzee of the ...
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Porzingis Earns Eastern Conference Player of the Week Honors

The Knicks Wall (Reid Goldsmith) —   The NBA announced on Monday that New York’s Kristaps Porzingis won the title for last week’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week award (October 30–November 5). Houston’s James Harden won the Western Conference honors. Porzingis led the Knicks to a 3-1 record, the only loss against Harden and the Rockets, while averaging 33.5 points on 54.4 percent shooting, 46.7...
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New York Knicks: Kristaps Porzingis wins Eastern Conference Player of the Week

Daily Knicks (Maxwell Ogden) — New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis has been on a dominant tear. The NBA responded by naming Porzingis the Eastern Conference Player of the Week. The New York Knicks entered this past week with an opportunity to make a statement. Fresh off of a stunning upset of the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena, […] New York Knicks: Kristaps Porzingis wins Eastern Conference...
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New York Knicks: Courtney Lee on brilliance of Kristaps Porzingis

Daily Knicks (Maxwell Ogden) — New York Knicks shooting guard Courtney Lee revealed what’s most intriguing about the early success of one Kristaps Porzingis: He’s only 22. Over the course of the first nine games of the 2017-18 NBA regular season, New York Knicks phenom Kristaps Porzingis has played at an MVP-caliber level. He’s scoring at virtual will, defending with […] New York Knicks: Courtney...
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New York Knicks: Analyzing Tim Hardaway Jr.’s early shooting woes

Daily Knicks (Maxwell Ogden) — New York Knicks shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. has been streaky in his nature as a scorer. The key to stabilizing his offense is to stop rushing his shots. Despite the expectation of inconsistency, the New York Knicks have jumped out to a 5-4 start to the 2017-18 NBA regular season. All eyes have been […] New York Knicks: Analyzing Tim Hardaway Jr.’s early shooting woes - ...
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New York Knicks: Phil Jackson’s criticism motivated Kristaps Porzingis

Daily Knicks (Maxwell Ogden) — New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis is becoming a star before our very eyes. Phil Jackson’s criticism is driving him to greatness. During his tenure as team president, Phil Jackson became the most polarizing figure in recent New York Knicks history. He both landed three franchise cornerstones in Willy Hernangomez, Frank Ntilikina, and Kristaps […] New York Knicks:...
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New York Knicks: Team could feast on weak schedule this week

Daily Knicks (Holden Walter-Warner) — With momentum in their corner, the New York Knicks have a realistic opportunity to emerge victorious in two-thirds of their games during the upcoming week. After a shocking comeback against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night, the New York Knicks are suddenly above .500. This comes after a three-game winless drought to start the season. […] New York Knicks: Team could feast on weak...
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Knicks 108, Pacers 101: ‘Ntilikina got 2 BANGS from Mike Breen tonight’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Frank and Kristaps buried the Pacers in a fourth-quarter avalanche. For decades, the Indiana Pacers have shown themselves to be the most effective measuring stick for the Knicks ’ place in the NBA. Their nearly-annual postseason duels between the two franchises in the ‘90s are the stuff of legend, and it was the Paul George /Roy Hibbert Pacers who emerged to check the first Knicks team...
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New York Knicks: Who stepped up during 108-101 win over Indiana Pacers?

Daily Knicks (Maxwell Ogden) — The New York Knicks overcame a 19-point deficit to defeat the Indiana Pacers. Who stepped up against New York’s bitter rivals? The New York Knicks entered Sunday, Nov. 5 with a chance to be above .500 for the first time since Dec. 30, 2016. Unfortunately, the Knicks fell behind the Indiana Pacers by as many […] New York Knicks: Who stepped up during 108-101 win over Indiana...
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Porzingis nets 40, says challenge 'never too big'

ESPN Porzingis nets 40, says challenge 'never too big'
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Knicks 108, Pacers 101: Scenes from a galvanizing steal

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Not a fake comeback. Exiting to “MVP” chants is not what you might have expected when the Knicks were down 17 and seemed to be unraveling. The team was a little reluctant to force their will on the game and as a result had a tough time getting the benefit of the whistle. Tim Hardaway Jr was the confused and erratic version of himself. The Pacers were playing stifling defense and getting...
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