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Tim Hardaway Jr. won’t talk last game, will talk playoffs

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Though Tim Hardaway Jr. didn’t want to address the club sitting him on MLK Day in Brooklyn for precautionary reasons, the Knicks swingman still sees a playoff run on the horizon. Hardaway is back for a game Wednesday against the Grizzlies at FedExForum — his third game since returning from a stress...
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Knicks’ bench is turning into a strength

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The Knicks’ bench has earned some praise. In the past eight games, Knicks subs have outscored the opposition by more than 100 points — 358 to 248, or 44.75 to 31.0 points per game. Those bench players have featured a starter, Tim Hardaway Jr., for a couple of games, sometime starter Michael Beasley as an...
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Can trip that’s supposed to kill the Knicks actually cure them?

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — What many have viewed for some time as the possible end of Knicks 2017-18 life as we know it, coach Jeff Hornacek sees as undeniable opportunity. That was his take on the upcoming six-game “away” segment of the Knicks’ longest road trip of the season. He might be right. “This is an opportunity,” Hornacek said...
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What a Knicks sell-off would look like after Hornacek clue

NY Post (Marc Berman) — As the Knicks point west now to finish up what’s billed as a make-or-break, seven-game road trip, Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek warned the media to slow its roll. Perhaps Hornacek’s statement should have been uttered by the new Knicks regime. Hornacek said a mouthful after the Knicks started their trip with a 119-104 MLK Day...
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The Knicks’ defense — and tweaks — of Porzingis starts off well

NY Post (Marc Berman) — With criticism mounting about Kristaps Porzingis’ long-term durability, Jeff Hornacek quickly came to the 7-foot-3 Latvian’s defense on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Monday’s was the 26 best-looking points Porzingis has scored in a while, and it came at a perfect time. Even before the Nets game, Hornacek put in a Porzingis plug to eradicate...
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Trey Burke quickly proves he’s breath of fresh air Knicks needed

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Trey Burke brought a new look at point guard — even if it was only for eight minutes. Making his Knicks debut, the newly signed jitterbug sparked the Knicks in a six-minute stint during the second quarter. Burke, the former Jazz lottery bust, showed a terrific handle — a dazzling dribbler Jarrett Jack never was...
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Nets’ outside shooting let them down against bigger Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Joe Tsai — expected to become the Nets’ new co-owner — made a rare visit to Barclays Center to watch his future team play. What he saw was the Nets get bullied and beat up, losing 119-104 to the rival Knicks. What he saw was their building get taken over, the sellout crowd of 17,732...
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Ntilikina’s breakout game shows Knicks what’s been missing

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The three previous games it was noticeable. Very noticeable. But the struggles for Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina extended beyond the losses to the Bulls, Timberwolves and Pelicans when he shot a combined 1-of-8, scored two points and committed nine turnovers against eight assists. “The last few games, he wasn’t really in rhythm,” teammate Kristaps Porzingis...
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Porzingis busts through slump as Knicks run away from Nets

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis played his most efficient game of 2018, and the Knicks continued to have the Nets’ number. In starting out their seven-game road trip with a bang, the slumping Knicks manhandled the Nets, 119-104, in a Martin Luther King Day matinee at Barclays Center. Porzingis poured in 26 points in 27 minutes to go...
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Knicks paying today for Tim Hardaway Jr.’s game yesterday

NY Post (Marc Berman) — With the Knicks remaining cautious after he soared over his minutes limit in Sunday’s overtime loss to New Orleans, Tim Hardaway Jr. sat out Monday’s second leg of a back-to-back against the Nets. After playing 25 minutes in his return Friday in Minnesota and an extended 33 minutes in the overtime loss against the Pelicans...
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The Grammys are breaking a Knicks MLK Day tradition

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Blame the Grammys. The game is only a borough away, but the Knicks-Nets Monday match at Barclays Center will break the Garden’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day streak at 30 years. The Knicks have staged an MLK Day matinee at the Garden every season since 1987, with some memorable contests including the “Trent Tucker Rule’’...
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Knicks had no answers for Anthony Davis in brutal beat

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The shot that let Anthony Davis know he was locked in didn’t even count. Just after the buzzer sounded to end the third quarter, with his team trailing the Knicks by 14, the Pelicans star heaved a full-court shot that swished through the net. “You never really make those,” Davis said. “It went in and...
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Ranking latest punishing Knicks loss in pantheon of heartbreak

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Google Milt Palacio. Until Sunday, Palacio represented as stinging a loss as a New York-area team has experienced. Like ever. It was against the Nets, who won all of 26 games in 2000-01. But of the 56 defeats suffered that season, none were tougher to take than that loss to the Celtics, courtesy of “Miracle...
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Hornacek threatens changes after ripping into Knicks

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Forty-seven seconds into the second half, Jeff Hornacek called timeout and proceeded to rip into his players on the bench. A wide-open Anthony Davis jump shot infuriated the Knicks coach, continuing a pattern of sloppy starts in the third quarter. He’s not going to stand for it much longer. “We might have to change lineups...
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Kristaps Porzingis gets philosophical after ‘painful’ collapse

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Through three quarters Sunday, Kristaps Porzingis and the Knicks were feeling good. The final 17 minutes of what became a 123-118 overtime loss to the Pelicans, however, served up a reminder that the Knicks’ cornerstone is still learning. Porzingis was scoreless in the fourth quarter, shooting 0-for-4 from the field, and then made just 1-of-3...
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