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Enes Kanter gets stern warning about his LeBron James trolling

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — Enes Kanter was warned by an unidentified Oklahoma City teammate that he better watch out next time the Knicks face LeBron James and the Cavaliers. They next meet April 9. Kanter continued to prod James on Saturday, when he mocked the Cavaliers getting routed by the Thunder, his former team, in giving...
  • 34 days ago
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Tim Hardaway Jr.: No reason Knicks can’t make playoff push

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LOS ANGELES — Jeff Hornacek can talk all he wants about the Knicks organization’s vision that making playoffs is not a priority during this season of development. Tim Hardaway Jr., after being in the dance two straight seasons with Atlanta, wants to be in the playoffs. Coming off his 31-point explosion in Friday’s victory at...
  • 35 days ago
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Enes Kanter mocks LeBron James after Cavs’ blowout loss

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — The Knicks didn’t play the Cavaliers on Saturday, but another chapter was added to the Enes Kanter-LeBron James public feud. After Cleveland was blown out 148-124 by the Thunder — Kanter’s former team — the big man took to social media to highlight the embarrassing defeat. “148,” he tweeted, adding a crown emoji and James’...
  • 35 days ago
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Every New York fan base has felt Saints supporters’ pain

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — it’s been fun watching Vikings fans embrace the past week, which has to feel like the greatest week in their history as sports fans. Winning the game over the Saints as they did ranks as one of the great satisfying moment in any team’s history, but especially a franchise as tortured as the Vikings. But...
  • 35 days ago
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Trey Burke’s bright play gives Knicks new point guard puzzle

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY – It was like old times – Tim and Trey back together winning games, like they did at Michigan. Do the Knicks now have a point-guard controversy following the Utah nailbiter? As rookie Frank Ntilikina and Jarrett Jack sat and Kemba Walker counts his days in Charlotte, newly signed Trey Burke became...
  • 36 days ago
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Kemba Walker’s availability is a big conundrum for Knicks fans

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — This is the dilemma of every Knicks fan with any sense of hope who is always wrestling with an equal appreciation of history: You hear that Kemba Walker is available, that the Charlotte Hornets are thinking of trading the electric guard who cut his basketball teeth in The Bronx, starred at Harlem’s Rice High (RIP,...
  • 36 days ago
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Knicks nip Jazz as Tim Hardaway dominates in return as a starter

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY — Tim Hardaway Jr. returned to the starting lineup and returned to being a difference-maker. After three games of coming off the bench to preserve his minutes, all resulting in losses, Hardaway started and erupted. He finished with 31 points in 27 minutes as the Knicks knocked out the Jazz 117-115 at...
  • 36 days ago
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Trey Burke explains why he was a Jazz bust

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY — New Knicks point guard Trey Burke, back in Utah where he was a celebrated 2013 lottery pick who didn’t pan out, said the Jazz drafting Dante Exum before his second NBA season ruined his psyche. Back at the arena in which he played his first three seasons, Burke reflected on his...
  • 36 days ago
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Would Knicks get into the Kemba Walker sweepstakes?

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY – While the Knicks are in a developmental mode with rookie project point guard Frank Ntilikina as one of the centerpieces of their rebuilding plan, an All-Star point guard hailing from New York has come on the trade market in Kemba Walker. The Hornets, faced with luxury-tax issues, want to shed Walker’s...
  • 36 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek knows the firing dangers of expectations

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY – Jeff Hornacek said he’s not being judged by a won-loss record, reiterating president Steve Mills’ offseason theme that making the playoffs is not the ultimate priority for the 2017-18 season. In a similar message he made on Martin Luther King Day, Hornacek said the playoff talk has come more from players...
  • 36 days ago
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The All-Star voting by NBA players is a hilarious mess

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — The NBA announced 10 “starters” for its 2018 All-Star Game on Thursday, players who earned the nod through a combination of fan, player and media voting. None of the 10 choices were particularly controversial, and all 10 would certainly be named as reserves for the game had they not been deemed starters. The NBA revealed...
  • 36 days ago
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Hornets ready to trade Kemba Walker to kick off fire sale

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — The Hornets are ready to blow it up and start over, starting with their biggest star. ESPN.com reported Friday that the Hornets are ready to entertain trade offers for point guard Kemba Walker, an All-Star last season who is averaging 21.7 points per game this year. The website also reported the Hornets are willing to...
  • 37 days ago
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Right now Donovan Mitchell is well ahead of Frank Ntilikina

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY — The conversation occurred in the summer after the Jazz selected Westchester product Donovan Mitchell on draft night. Jazz top assistant Johnnie Bryant, who worked closely with Gordon Hayward, wasn’t surprised to hear Mitchell, the 13th pick, say he wanted to win a title, wanted to be an All-Star. “What struck me...
  • 37 days ago
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The flaws exposing Knicks roster near trade deadline

NY Post (Marc Berman) — SALT LAKE CITY — There was anger in the Knicks’ locker room late Wednesday night and anger in Jeff Hornacek’s voice after their 105-99 meltdown in Memphis. Perhaps they were hit by the realization of a playoff race slipping away into a developmental phase. Whispers are another few terrible defensive performances like the one on...
  • 37 days ago
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Knicks need more time to know what Jeff Hornacek can be

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — We tend to look at coaching as a zero-sum game: You’ve either got the goods to be a champion, and quickly, or you don’t. You’re either BeliSaban or you’re Kotite. You either get a parade. Or you get a pink slip. Too few coaches ever are given the chance to do what we routinely expect...
  • 37 days ago
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