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Kristaps Porzingis spotted with fans, without crutches

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — Kristaps Porzingis can walk without crutches again. Porzingis was spotted Tuesday outside the Hospital for Special Surgery on the Upper East Side. In a white T-shirt, black shorts and a backwards hat, he was leaving a rehabilitation appointment with his physical therapist. Porzingis sported a huge brace on his left leg, but he was able to...
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Jarrett Jack starting to think about a split from Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Jarrett Jack’s eye is starting to wander. When the Knicks’ starting point guard came back from the All-Star break, he was devout in his belief of wanting to stay a Knick the rest of the season, even if his role was reduced. After owning the starting spot since the season’s fourth game, Jack, 34, came...
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Knicks can pinpoint exactly when Warriors game got away

NY Post (George Willis) — Lance Thomas positioned himself behind the 3-point line just in front of celebrity row and let fly a jump shot that would swish through the nylon as the buzzer sounded to end of the first half of Monday’s night game between the Knicks and Warriors at the Garden. The crowd roared its approval as the...
  • 58 days ago
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Knicks know how they want Frank Ntilikina to spend summer

NY Post (Marc Berman) — While Kristaps Porzingis will be rehabbing his left knee, Knicks rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina also faces a vital summer. Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said the skinny 19-year-old Frenchman will need more strength to increase his effectiveness in his sophomore campaign. Hornacek said Ntilikina would likely play in the summer league in July in Las...
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Knicks put in one good half against dominant Warriors

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Bring on the Big 10 Tournament! The Knicks stayed with Golden State for a half before the Warriors hit their usual third-quarter championship stride and made the Knicks disappear from the Garden. With a 39-18 third-quarter slaughter, the Warriors reversed a one-point halftime deficit to drill the Knicks 125-111 before a celebrity-laden Garden crowd that...
  • 58 days ago
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The good, bad and ugly as Knicks approach Joakim Noah deadline

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Joakim Noah turned 33 in exile on Sunday, but Thursday is the more important date for the veteran Knicks center. It will determine if he’ll ever return to the court this season. March 1 is the deadline for Noah to be waived in order for him to be eligible for the playoffs. Noah has two...
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Kevin Durant wishes he were playing vs. Kristaps Porzingis

NY Post (George Willis) — The Warriors will make their annual visit to the Garden on Monday night, but it won’t quite be the same for Kevin Durant without Kristaps Porzingis in a Knicks jersey. Porzingis is out for the season after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee Feb. 6. “It’s disappointing he got injured,” Durant said Sunday...
  • 59 days ago
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Warriors have come to town to remind Knicks what’s missing

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — It is the way they share the ball. Or the way they defend. Or the way they shoot. Or their depth, experience, quickness, versatility, unselfishness. You could use up all your cloud storage listing attributes that make the world-champion Warriors great. Now the Knicks get another eyeful Monday at the Garden. “Obviously, they’re a great...
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The silver lining in embarrassing Enes Kanter sequence

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Early in the third quarter Saturday, Knicks center Enes Kanter had a gimme layup. He missed. He rebounded and shot again. And missed again as the ball rolled off the rim. And no, the third time was not the charm. After another offensive rebound, Kanter bricked a baby hook. Now given the Knicks lost, 121-112,...
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Trey Burke’s rock bottom prepared him for this Knicks shot

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — As a rookie with the Jazz in 2013-14, Trey Burke started 68 games. He averaged 12.8 points and 5.7 assists, was an all-rookie first-team selection, and finished third in rookie of the year voting behind winner Michael Carter-Williams and Victor Oladipo. Then the Jazz drafted another point guard, Dante Exum, with their lottery selection in...
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Joakim Noah’s old buddy can’t help jumping to his defense

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — When Joakim Noah came home, signing a four-year, $72 million with the Knicks in summer 2016, Al Horford figured it was the best possible destination for his former college teammate, playing for the team he grew up rooting for. Instead, it has gone in the opposite direction, Noah playing little and now in exile after...
  • 60 days ago
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Bar has been set for Knicks’ point guard solution

NY Post (George Willis) — There was a moment in the fourth quarter Saturday night at the Garden where it looked like the Knicks has found their backcourt of the future. Frank Ntilikina intercepted a lazy, cross-court pass and quickly fed the ball to Trey Burke. The speedy guard with the tight cornrows raced up-court, slashed past Celtics defender Terry...
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Troy Williams making most of his Knicks 10-day audition

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Troy Williams is making the most of every second — let alone these 10 days. Signed to a 10-day contract Wednesday, Williams, the 6-foot-7 athletic small forward, played the entire fourth quarter of the Knicks’ 121-112 loss to the Celtics on Saturday at the Garden. He flew for 14 points in 12 minutes, shooting 6-of-9...
  • 60 days ago
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Trey Burke’s heroics not enough as Kyrie Irving torches Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Wait till 2019! Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving, out of West Orange, N.J., erupted for 31 points, including 15 in the third quarter, to help Boston repel the Knicks, 121-112, at Madison Square Garden on Saturday. Knicks fans only can dream Irving will bring his talent to the Garden when he’s a free agent in...
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No regrets from either side of Carmelo Anthony trade

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Sunday is the five-month anniversary of the Carmelo Anthony trade to Oklahoma City. Though the first Melo-less season hasn’t panned out like the Knicks hoped, lowlighted by the catastrophic ACL injury to the Knicks’ new leading man, Kristaps Porzingis, nobody in the organization regrets the move that became official on this day five months ago....
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