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Frank Ntilikina shows signs why he’s Knicks’ PG of the future

NY Post (George Willis) — He looks like he should be getting ready for his first Midnight Madness instead of his first game in the NBA. To say Frank Ntilikina has a baby face is like saying Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has muscles. We might need to check Ntilikina’s I.D. just to prove he’s really 19 years old. Ntilikina’s boyish...
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This is the Knicks team Jeff Hornacek wanted all along

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Jeff Hornacek sounds like an unshackled coach. Not only is the Knicks coach free from the triangle edicts of former team president Phil Jackson but he also has gained freedom by no longer having shot-happy scorers named Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose on the roster. Neither player fit Hornacek’s philosophy of a ball-sharing club —...
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FS1 to remove controversial Knicks subway ads

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — FS1’s controversial subway advertisements about the Knicks will be removed, multiple sources confirmed to The Post. The ads asked fans to “pick a side” in a debate between the franchise being HOPEFUL versus HOPELESS. Photos of the side of a 42nd Street shuttle car with photos of Tim Hardaway, Jr. and Joakim Noah and “HOPELESS”...
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The most interesting Knick outdoes himself with LeBron comparison

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — At the very start of the Knicks’ Michael Beasley era, he said he can’t be stopped. We presume he meant on the court. The most enigmatic addition of the Knicks’ offseason is also the biggest addition, according to him, and he seems to one-up himself on bizarre opinions every day. The latest from the most...
  • 51 days ago
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The Knicks hate is all over the city

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — The James Dolan anger has started even before the preseason has tipped off. Multiple straphangers, including Jared Mintz at FanRag Sports, photographed the Times Square to Grand Central shuttle with an anti-Knicks ad. The prominent blue and orange shot includes Joakim Noah and Tim Hardaway Jr. Noah is in the second year of a four-year,...
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It’s sinking in what losing Carmelo really did for Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Carmelo Anthony said this past weekend he feels “born again.’’ So do the Knicks. While Anthony opens in Tulsa, Okla., for his new Thunder team Tuesday against the Rockets, the Melo-free, post-Phil Jackson Knicks are back on Broadway. Brandishing a slew of new faces and a roster bereft of All-Stars, the Knicks will host the...
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Frank Ntilikina sets off Knicks’ early health alarms

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The swirling buzz on French rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina slowed Monday, as his Knicks debut in Tuesday’s preseason opener became jeopardized. After a fruitful training camp, the 19-year-old Ntilikina pulled up lame during practice with a sore left groin, shutting it down halfway. Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek wasn’t certain if Ntilikina was a definite...
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Carmelo’s Thunder excitement is subtle dig at Knicks left behind

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Carmelo Anthony feels he’s gone from New York to the U.S. Olympic Team again. While Anthony has sustained only losing in New York the past four years, he won two Olympic gold medals as star for Team USA during his six-year, seven-month Knicks stint that ended one week ago. Over the weekend, Anthony said he...
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Tim Hardaway Jr. wants to make everyone forget huge contract

NY Post (Marc Berman) — When Tim Hardaway Jr. was introduced to the estimated 4,000 fans inside the Garden for Sunday’s Knicks open practice/intrasquad scrimmage, he heard as loud a cheer as there was for Kristaps Porzingis. If fans still are irate over the contract (four years, $71 million) Hardaway was given in July, they also seemed happy he’s back...
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Porzingis is opening his own wallet to stay healthy this year

NY Post (Marc Berman) — When it comes to staying healthy, every little bit of preparation helps in the eyes of Kristaps Porzingis. Porzingis, 22, is trying something new. His longtime Spanish physiotherapist will live in New York for this season, as The Post reported Friday. Porzingis indicated his physio will travel to road games, too — on Porzingis’ dime....
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The first sign Frank Ntilikina is getting it

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Jeff Hornacek wasn’t sure what to expect when Frank Ntilikina arrived in New York, but heading into the Knicks’ preseason opener Tuesday, the coach is already convinced the 19-year-old rookie is capable of making an immediate impact. “We have NBA players on the team that he’s battled with, and he’s showed that he can play...
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Knicks coach: I’m ‘shocked’ at how good Joakim Noah looks

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Joakim Noah’s debut season in New York was so disappointing because it had the potential to be so exciting. The Hell’s Kitchen native was coming home, the rare free agent of his stature to seek out the New York spotlight. The two-time All-Star was barely two years removed from being named the Defensive Player of...
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Knicks planning show of unity despite NBA anthem mandate

NY Post (Laura Italiano) — Just hours before Saturday’s first preseason game, Knicks players weren’t tipping their hands on whether they will stand, kneel or remain in the locker room during the national anthem. The Knicks don’t play until Tuesday, when they take on the Brooklyn Nets at Madison Square Garden. But at practice Saturday, neither Joakim Noah nor Lance...
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What Kristaps Porzingis thinks of his agency being caught in NCAA scandal

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis could have more to worry about than his minor right-knee bruise, wondering what is going on with the agents who represent him. Earlier this week, the offices of ASM Sports, an agency headed by Andy Miller, was raided by the FBI amidst an ongoing NCAA corruption scandal. Janis Porzingis, Kristaps’ brother, works for...
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Why Knicks’ connections could unlock Doug McDermott’s potential

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Greg McDermott had it easy recruiting his son, Doug. The stringent NCAA allowed the Creighton head coach to bestow Doug McDermott with birthday and Christmas gifts and chat with him during so-called “dead periods.’’ “I was able to do anything a normal father could do,’’ Greg McDermott told The Post. Greg McDermott, starting his eighth...
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