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Locked on Knicks, Episode 258: All Star Weekend, Jeff vs Joakim, schedule preview

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Nothing (at All Star Weekend) matters! On today’s ‘sode host James Marceda shares his thoughts on Frank Ntilikina’s performance in the MOUNTAIN DEW KICKSTART RISING STARS GAME, Kristaps’ absence from the main event (and the skills challenge!), conflicting details emerging in the Joakim Noah saga, and the Knicks’ upcoming slate of games. Listen!
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The Knicks will sign former Rocket Troy Williams to a 10-day contract

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — New players! The Knicks have had an open roster spot ever since the trade deadline, and they’ve decided to use it on former Rockets forward Troy Williams. Per Yahoo’s Shams Charania. Free agent Troy Williams is signing a 10-day contract with the New York Knicks, league sources said. Williams decided among several interested teams since release from Houston last week. — Shams Charania...
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Jeff Hornacek either did or didn’t shove Joakim Noah during practice, per conflicting reports

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks, baby! We know precious little about the altercation last month between Joakim Noah and Jeff Hornacek which left Noah persona non grata around MSG, but some juicy details have started to emerge. According to the Stefan Bondy and Frank Isola of the Daily News , Hornacek actually shoved the veteran big man during the practice session kerfuffle. The disagreement stemmed from...
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Celebrate the true All-Stars: Kristaps Porzingis and his family dog, Toby

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Knicks fans ride with you, Toby. Hi everyone. Watching the All-Star Game? As the rest of the NBA tunes in to celebrate greatness, let us not forget that, if not for the cruelty of the basketball gods, our own Kristaps Porzingis would be playing in this game. Fortunately for Kristaps, he is not alone as he recovers from ACL surgery. He has family and friends by his side. Most important,...
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Frank Ntilikina had a blast in his first taste of All-Star Weekend

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Rising Star! New York Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina made his debut on the All-Star Weekend stage Friday, playing for Team World in the Rising Stars Challenge. Unlike his time with the ‘Bockers, Frank was actually allowed to play decent minutes. I guess we’re lucky that Team World didn’t have a stud like Jarrett Jack in the lineup to take Frank’s minutes. Playing mostly alongside...
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This Week in Knicks Social Media: Good Friends We’ve Had and Good Friends We’ve Lost

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — Soundtrack Happy Year of the Dog, fellow travellers! We’ve made it to the All-Star Break. Yay. Before we plunge into the tail end of the season, let’s take a look back at some friends we’ve lost along the way, some forever and some for only a few months. So farewell, Doug McDermott , and your bucket-making ways. ‪I m gonna miss you my brother.‬ ‪Good luck with your career.‬...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 257: Around the NBA with Michael Pina

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — There’s a whole WORLD out there! On today’s show I’m joined by Michael Pina , staff writer at VICE Sports and co-host of The Big Three Podcast. Topics include: the Eastern Conference landscape in a post-trade deadline world, the relative pettiness of various NBA storylines, Utah’s recent surge, Kawhi’s absence, and MORE! Then I share a couple of thoughts on Wednesday night’s loss to...
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Washington 118, New York 113: “The tank always wins”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — For a half last night, it was the Tim Hardaway Jr. Game. Then it was 118-113, Washington over New York, an epic collapse even by Knick standards. That’s eight in a row they’ve dropped, and eight straight defeats to the Wizards and eight straight losses at home to the Beltway boys. Wizard coach Scott Brooks ( OAKAAKUYOAK ) and several of his players have been struggling with the flu. The Knicks...
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Wizards 118, Knicks 113: The tank blows right through an eruption of Mt. Hardaway

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Kinda a perfect game if you think about it Look, tonight was embarrassing. No doubt. The Knicks held a 27-point lead at one point behind Tim Hardaway Jr.’s 32 first-half points, but then (as Mike Breen mentioned a zillion times) blew the biggest lead in recorded franchise history to lose by five. The Knicks! But hey, let’s bask in the spoils of a first half victory, and bathe in the...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 256: Frank’s on the show!

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — My beautiful sweet baby Frank. On today’s show I’m joined by someone named Frank Ntilikina. I’d never heard of him until yesterday, but it turns out he’s on the Knicks, so I figured I’d chat him up and share the conversation with y’all. Topics INCLUDE: the MOUNTAIN DEW Rising Stars game, who Frank wants to dunk on, the Frankie Smokes nickname and MORE! In a SECOND BUT ALSO AWESOME...
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Kristaps Porzingis underwent successful ACL surgery

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Success! It’s the news we’ve been waiting to hear, folks. Kristaps Porzingis ’ ACL surgery was a success! Kristaps Porzingis underwent successful surgery today to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, performed at the Hospital for Special Surgery. — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) February 13, 2018 We here at P&T have unearthed actual footage of the surgery. And here’s the Young...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 255: Emmanuel Mudiay DEEP DIVE

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Let’s get into it On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Drew Steele of Holyfield to talk all things Mudiay: fit with Frank, reasons for hope, reasons for despair, history of late bloomers, and MORE! Listen!
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Sixers 108, Knicks 92: Knicks keep tanking, we never change

Posting and Toasting (Caleb Wilfinger) — We keep losing, still stuck in our ways First off, kudos to anyone who gets the reference. I did my best. Anyways, the Knicks rolled into Philadelphia on Monday looking to lose their seventh straight game and keep the tank rolling along. They hung around just long enough for the game to be semi-competitive, before falling to the Sixers 108-92 at the Wells Fargo Center. ...
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Sixers 108 , Knicks 92: Scenes from the tanking capital of the world

Posting and Toasting (New York Basketball Observer) — Colonel Mudiay, reporting for duty! Next time you travel to Philadelphia, be sure to hit all of the Philly landmarks; The Philadelphia Museum of Art, LOVE Park, and Ft. Tank — buried somewhere on Broad Street beneath excess ping pong balls — but beware, the landmark is known to be haunted by the ghosts of Michael Carter-Williams and JaKarr Sampson. The Knicks were clearly inspired by their...
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Pacers 121, Knicks 113: ‘Frank and Mudiay make so much sense together!’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Yay for constructive losses! The highest compliment I can pay these Knicks is that, when I came down with a crippling headache in the second half of Sunday’s 121-113 loss, it wasn’t caused by the basketball I was watching. No, the basketball was fine—pleasant, even. Sure, if you’re the kind of fan who prizes DE-FENSE above all else, then this was not the game for you. Neither the Knicks...
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