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Wizards 121, Knicks 103: Scenes from Masked Ron - Origins

Posting and Toasting (MattRW) — At least the first half was competitive? Another road game, another uninspiring loss. After a back-and-forth first half, the Wizards stormed out of the gate in the third quarter and buried the Knicks , expanding their lead from 1 point to 17 in 9 post-halftime minutes. The Knicks mounted a half-assed fake comeback in the middle of the 4th, but it was for naught. Sound familiar? This...
  • 76 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 233: Knicks lose to the dork brigade from San Antonio

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — LoOk at Me, I’M FUndAmENtalLy soUNd! On today’s ‘sode I break down the Knicks’ loss to the dork brigade from San Antonio, pointing out key factors in the defeat including KP’s lackluster play, free throw shooting disparity, tight rims, and MORE! Listen!
  • 77 days ago
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Spurs 100, Knicks 91: Another perfect example of how much this team misses Tim Hardaway Jr.

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Come back soon, Tim. The Knicks were very much in Tuesday’s game with the San Antonio Spurs in the first half, even building up an eight-point lead in the second quarter. Yet even the largest Knicks lead came with a familiar asterisk—their opponent was getting looks from beyond the arc, but the shots just weren’t falling. Yet. The shots would eventually fall, of course—these are the...
  • 77 days ago
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Spurs 100, Knicks 91: Scenes from a boring loss with at least one cool, swirly bucket

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Spurs win. Well, that certainly was...something. The New York Knicks lost to the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday night by a score of 100-91. The ‘Bockers led throughout most of the first half, but San Antoino stormed back to take a three-point lead at halftime. New York came out flat as hell offensively in the third quarter, and Jeff Hornacek went into his bag of tricks to pull out some...
  • 77 days ago
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The New York Knicks' 2017-18 Say Hey! Team

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Blessed are the unsung, for they shall feature in this column. In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can...
  • 78 days ago
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This Week in Knicks Social Media: Happy Holidays with the Knickerbockers

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — Ho Ho Ho! Happy New Year, dear Posters (and Toasters)! As you drink lots of water and try to put your head back together, here are some holiday greetings and musings from the New York Knickerbockers to make your 2018 bright. In the NBA, Christmas is a working day and the holidays are not a time of rest. Nonetheless Kristaps Porzingis carved out some family time with his tall family (and a...
  • 79 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 232: New Year’s Resolutions

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What should the Knicks work on in 2018? On today’s ‘sode I give each Knick, including the coaching staff and front office, a New Year’s resolution or two. What should Kristaps work on in 2018? How about Hornacek? Or Enes? Or Frank? Listen and find out! Weeeeeeee!!!
  • 80 days ago
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New York 105, New Orleans 103: “Snatching victory from the jaws of defeat...from the jaws of victory”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — First there was joy. Then pain. Then, redemption. The Knicks opened 2017 with a 115-103 loss back on January 2nd to the Orlando Magic. Carmelo Anthony led them in scoring that night with 19. Derrick Rose added 18. The leading scorers off the bench were Brandon Jennings and Mindaugas Kuzminskas. Kristaps Porzingis was unavailable. The defeat dropped them to 16-18, part of a six-game losing...
  • 80 days ago
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Knicks 105, Pelicans 103: Scenes from the right way to end 2017

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Road woes, road schmos. The New York Knicks, having made 2017 the year of re-establishing homecourt dominance, evinced some rare road competence with a 105-103 come-from-behind-after-falling-from-ahead win in New Orleans. This was the kind of game where your team is up big but you’re never comfortable, then as they fall apart you shake your head at your own prescience, only then they come...
  • 80 days ago
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Spurs 119, Knicks 107: ‘Can we start Frank now?’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Let the Frenchise take over. The beauty of lowering one’s expectations is that it becomes more and more difficult to feel pain. The New York Knicks came into San Antonio riding a streak of three soul-crushing losses. Those losses, combined with the opponent (very good!) made it easy to dismiss this game as an ‘L’ even before the opening tip. And, lo, it was a loss! The Knicks played the ...
  • 82 days ago
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Spurs 119, Knicks 107: Scenes from Frank Ntilikina’s passing (and not much else)

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Frenchise shows out in a Knicks loss. The New York Knicks played one of their better first halves of late against a Spurs team that, despite missing Kawhi Leonard , is practically invincible at home. (The Knicks, as you may have heard, have some issues playing on the road). New York went into the half trailing by one and actually took a brief third quarter lead before San Antonio...
  • 82 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 231 - Knicks stink it up against Bulls

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Knicks, your road games, WOOF! On today’s ‘sode I break down the Knicks’ horrifying loss to the clown town Chicago Bulls. Culprits include, but are not limited to: Doug McDermott’s poor play, offensive stagnation, poor play calling, poor execution, bad substitution patterns and MORE! I close out the pod by wrestling a couple of positives from the ferocious jaws of negativity. Listen!
  • 83 days ago
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Bulls 92, Knicks 87: 'Letting Paul Zipser score points? Yeah this one is over'

Posting and Toasting (Jonathan Schulman) — Hey look everybody: we got a Zipser lips! The night got going on the right foot. Kristaps Porzingis canned some cabbages and beets. The Knicks got out to a 15-point lead. Chicago was flummoxed, there were no open shots. Then they brought in Nikola Mirotic ! Alas, no shots to be fired because Lance Thomas suffocated the Montenegrin-Spaniard. As King Henry the 2nd decried in the game...
  • 83 days ago
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Bulls 92, Knicks 87: Scenes from a dumb final shot even by Knicks standards

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Dumb Knicks forever! LOL that game was the biggest load of horse shit the New York Knicks have dumped on us all season. They led throughout against the Chicago Bulls , though never by enough points to make you think they had a chance to win. And then the final few minutes...my God. The Knicks’ endgame stratagem featured (and I’m not making this up): Ton of contested Kristaps Porzingis...
  • 83 days ago
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P&T Round(ball) Table: Should the Knicks chase the 7th seed or the 7th pick in the draft?

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — You’re playing blackjack and draw 16. Do you hit, or hold? This morning, the New York Knicks sit at a literal ( secondary definition! ) crossroads: a game over .500, just a half-game behind 8th-seeded Miami, just 1.5 games behind 4th-seeded Detroit, just 2 games above the 10th-seed. If the season ended today, the Knicks would miss the playoffs and have the worst lottery odds of all the...
  • 84 days ago
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