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Knicks’ collapse is ironically crushing their draft hopes, too

NY Post (Marc Berman) — This Knicks season is still about the future, so there is nothing more crushing to Knicks brass than losing three times in the final seconds to the Bulls since Dec. 9. When the teams first met in Chicago in early December, the Bulls owned the league’s worst record at 4-20. If the season ended there,...
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Jarrett Jack’s costly turnover spoils his triple-double

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — Jarrett Jack is not shy in crunch time. Quite the opposite, actually. The veteran point guard seems to play with more confidence down the stretch of close games, as was the case Wednesday in the Knicks’ 122-199 double overtime loss to the Bulls at Madison Square Garden. At 34, Jack became the oldest Knick to...
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Knicks at halfway point in more ways than one

NY Post (George Willis) — When Jeff Hornacek was asked for his midseason assessment of the Knicks before their 41st game of the season Wednesday night at the Garden, the essence of his answer was this: “They ain’t scared.” That counts as progress after last year’s debacle under former team president Phil Jackson felt like “Dead Men Walking” every time...
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Bulls’ own unicorn gets best of Kristaps Porzingis and Knicks

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — The Bulls’ unicorn introduced himself to the Garden crowd Wednesday night in a big way. Rookie forward Lauri Markkanen, who has drawn comparisons to Kristaps Porzingis, put on a show in the Bulls’ 122-119 double-overtime victory over the Knicks, notching 33 points and 10 rebounds. The parallels to Porzingis were put on full display, as...
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Instagram model says she’s just ‘friends’ with Kristaps Porzingis

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — Add another page to the Kristaps Porzingis-Jen Selter story. Selter, the fitness Instagram model who has expressed interest in KP, was sitting a few rows off the court Wednesday night when the Knicks lost 122-119 to the Bulls in double overtime. Asked by The Post about her relationship with the Knicks star, Selter insisted with...
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Knicks drop double overtime crusher to nemesis Bulls

NY Post (Marc Berman) — This time they needed two overtimes, but the rebuilding Bulls pulled off their third nail-biting win against the Knicks in a month. With Kristaps Porzingis alternating between hero and goat, the Bulls outlasted the Knicks, 122-119, at the Garden on Wednesday. Young point guard Kris Dunn hit the game-breaking shot with 54 seconds left —...
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Ramon Sessions knows his Knicks’ days could be numbered

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — Ramon Sessions has been around long enough. He knows how this works. He knows this is a business. He knows to ignore the outside noise. With rumors swirling the Knicks may be close to waiving the 31-year-old journeyman, as the team works on a deal to add another point guard — Trey Burke — to...
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Enes Kanter baffled at Knicks’ ‘weird’ use of him

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Enes Kanter isn’t complaining, but he’s also wondering why he and the fourth quarter don’t mix anymore, calling it “weird” — a word he used four times. For five straight games entering the Bulls contest Wednesday, Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek has pinned the starting center to the bench the entire fourth quarter. In Miami on...
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Doug McDermott: It’s time to be more ‘selfish’ offensively

NY Post (Alex Squadron) — You don’t have to beg Knicks forward Doug McDermott to be more aggressive offensively. His coaches have delivered the message, and McBuckets is ready to answer the call. “Definitely I got to be more aggressive. That’s on me,” he said Tuesday night at the 19th Annual Knicks Bowl charity event. “The coaches harp on [it]...
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Hornacek plays coy as Knicks’ Trey Burke hype begins

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The Knicks are working on a deal to add point guard Trey Burke to their roster, The Post reported Monday, but a day later everything was status quo, according to Jeff Hornacek. “[Team president] Steve [Mills] and [general manager] Scott [Perry], they handle the roster and I haven’t talked about that,” the coach said after...
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An early Tim Hardaway Jr. return comes into view

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Tim Hardaway Jr. is nearly back. The Knicks shooting guard was a full practice participant Tuesday for the first time since he was shut down with a stress reaction in his left leg, even scrimmaging full court at the end and then sticking around to put up extra shots in a workout with an assistant...
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Enes Kanter visits Turkish boy’s school to celebrate student election

NY Post (Selim Algar) — The Knicks’ Enes Kanter kept his promise to support the Turkish president — of grades 3 through 5 at PS 188 in Queens. Kanter rallied behind the long-shot campaign of 10-year-old pal Ihsan Yumak in November, and offered to visit the Turkish boy’s school if he won. Impressing classmates with his celebrity endorsement, Ihsan triumphed...
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The motives behind Knicks’ new Willy Hernangomez plan

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Was this “Bullyball” or “Willyball”? “Bullyball” was the term Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek used to describe a philosophical change taking place as the team attempts to manage four traditional centers on its roster. The Knicks are hoping to solve the center glut by the Feb. 9 trade deadline. The strategy might also be termed “Willyball”...
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Knicks nearing deal with G League point guard sensation

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks didn’t want lightning-quick Westchester Knicks point guard Trey Burke to head to Wednesday’s G League showcase. They didn’t want Burke to have a chance to show NBA scouts what they already know: He’s ready for an NBA roster. Burke, the G League Player of the Month for December, is working on a deal...
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Michael Beasley claims taunting isn’t how he got hurt

NY Post (Marc Berman) — No taunt. Michael Beasley denied he was glaring at the Miami bench in overtime as he tripped over Wayne Ellington at AmericanAirlines Arena on Friday, spraining his left ankle. Beasley missed most of the overtime in the Knicks’ loss, then missed Sunday’s win in Dallas. He wore a walking boot after the game. Replays appeared...
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