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Enes Kanter switches agents with Knicks decision looming

NY Post (Marc Berman) — WASHINGTON — This doesn’t mean Knicks center Enes Kanter is opting out, but he’s ready to sign with a new agent — the highly regarded Mark Bartelstein, who runs Priority Sports, according to an industry source. Kanter, who has one year left on his contract worth $18.6 million, said on the West Coast trip recently...
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Trey Burke is taking his first NBA steps to resembling his idol

NY Post (Marc Berman) — WASHINGTON — Trey Burke won’t admit the braided hair is a tribute to his idol, Hall of Famer Allen Iverson. The Knicks’ new starting point guard does admit he forever is striving to come close to Iverson’s grandeur. Late Sunday, after his first start as a Knick resulted in a rare road win over the...
  • 87 days ago
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Trey Burke takes charge in first start to lead Knicks to victory

NY Post (Marc Berman) — WASHINGTON — The new backcourt worked. Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek changed his starting point guard, removing Emmanuel Mudiay for Trey Burke, and it paid off in a rare 101-97 victory over the Wizards at Verizon Center. Hornacek made a full changing of the guards as Burke, in his first start as a Knick, and rookie...
  • 87 days ago
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Kyle O’Quinn, Jeff Hornacek quickly bury the hatchet

NY Post (Marc Berman) — WASHINGTON — Kyle O’Quinn issued an apology for screaming at Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek as he came off the court on Friday — an ugly scene caught on MSG Network’s cameras. Hornacek was angry at O’Quinn for not closing out better on a corner 3-point shot by Minnesota’s Karl-Anthony Towns. O’Quinn, who missed the Wizards...
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The Knicks are finally making a point-guard change

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Trey Burke will make his first start as a Knick, according to a source, when the Knicks face the Wizards on Sunday. Jeff Hornacek all but confirmed it before the game, saying he “may try” Burke and Frank Ntilikina as the starting backcourt and sit Emmanuel Mudiay. Mudiay had made 14 straight starts at point...
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Kyle O’Quinn’s blowup at Hornacek remains a mystery

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The mystery of what prompted Kyle O’Quinn to shout at coach Jeff Hornacek as he came off the court in the first half of Friday night’s loss to Minnesota remained a mystery as the Knicks cancelled Saturday’s practice. O’Quinn, the volatile backup center who is known as a clown in the locker room, looked livid...
  • 88 days ago
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Knicks need to find out all they can now about Frank Ntilikina

NY Post (Marc Berman) — When Jeff Hornacek talked about rolling with Frank Ntilikina for his career-high 37 minutes Friday and ending Emmanuel Mudiay’s evening after five minutes, Hornacek didn’t reference making shots. The Knicks coach hinted at a competitive fire Ntilikina brought, his bumping and grinding defense on Timberwolves stud shooting guard Andrew Wiggins (5-of-15 for 17 points). Now...
  • 88 days ago
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Knicks’ best point guard option may not be on this team

NY Post (George Willis) — Rick Brunson pointed to his Apple Watch when asked how he was going to see his son play in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night. Brunson, an assistant coach for the Timberwolves, was at the Garden, where Minnesota outlasted the Knicks 108-104. His son, Jalen Brunson, is the starting point guard...
  • 89 days ago
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Meet the man who is rebuilding Kristaps Porzingis

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Dr. Carlon Colker is bubbling with muscles and with optimism regarding his difficult task in resculpting Kristaps Porzingis for next season. “Despite the talk, ‘The sky is falling, he’ll never be the same,’ that’s a bunch of horse s–t,’’ Colker told The Post. “He’ll be better than ever. He’s going to be blow people away....
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Hornacek benches Emmanuel Mudiay in Knicks’ latest loss

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Jeff Hornacek finally pulled the plug on Emmanuel Mudiay as the Knicks’ starting point guard. Mudiay started Friday’s game, but was benched for the final 43 minutes as Hornacek used a new backcourt to begin the second half of the Knicks’ 108-104 Garden loss to the Timberwolves. After claiming he was rolling all the way...
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Knicks veteran surprised Mark Jackson doesn’t have NBA job

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks point guard Jarrett Jack isn’t lobbying for the Knicks to hire Mark Jackson. He just knows some team should take that chance for next season. Jack told The Post he’s surprised Jackson hasn’t been scooped up after the Warriors fired him after their first-round, seven-game playoff elimination by the Clippers in 2014. Jack speaks...
  • 90 days ago
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Knicks must now make a run at Kawhi Leonard

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — ATLANTA — There’s going to come a time when the Knicks are going to have to roll up their sleeves, pound their chests, and say, “The hell with it. Let’s go.” There is no reward for the meek in the NBA. Patience is for priests. Maybe that means focusing every ounce of their energy on...
  • 90 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek is breaking over Knicks’ guard mess

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MIAMI — Nobody knows how much input Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek has now in deciding on the team’s starting point guard. Management is on a mission to see what it has in newly acquired Emmanuel Mudiay, who has started 13 straight games out of the All-Star break. It’s been an unlucky 13 with the Knicks at...
  • 91 days ago
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Knicks get back to losing but can’t gain any lottery ground

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MIAMI — The Knicks won’t run the table. Their two-game win streak was snapped in South Beach as the playoff-bound Heat blew out the Knicks, 119-108, at AmericanAirlines Arena. Count it down as just 10 games remain to this melancholy campaign — and perhaps Jeff Hornacek’s coaching life. Worse than the defeat, the Knicks’ two...
  • 91 days ago
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Trae Young: I’d be ready for Knicks after college scrutiny

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — A lot would have to happen for the Knicks and Trae Young to be a draft match, but if that opportunity comes the Oklahoma star would embrace it. “If I was able to be drafted by the Knicks, it’d be a blessing,” Young said on ESPN’s “First Take” Wednesday morning. “That’s the mecca, that’s one...
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