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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...
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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!!!
  • 114 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...
  • 114 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...
  • 115 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 ...
  • 116 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...
  • 117 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!
  • 117 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...
  • 118 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...
  • 118 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...
  • 118 days ago
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Wassup in Westchester: W-Knicks snap losing streak in Fort Wayne

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Xavier Rathan-Mayes led the way. The Westchester Knicks snapped a rare losing streak by defeating the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, 129-116, on Tuesday evening. The game was close throughout, with Westchester only pulling away in the final minute. Xavier Rathan-Mayes (affiliate player): 33 points on 13-21 shooting (3-6 from three). 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 5 steals That’s a career-high...
  • 118 days ago
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All in a day’s work: Enes Kanter drops historic numbers, trolls Turkey’s president on Christmas

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — 30 points, 20 rebounds, 1 dynamite tweet. Happy day-after-Christmas, everyone. I’m sure many of you—particularly those of you with children—were quite bust on December 25. But were you as busy as Knicks center Enes Kanter ? Let’s check in on the big Turk’s accomplishments. Kanter dropped 31 points and grabbed 22 rebounds in the Knicks’ 105-98 loss to the 76ers . It’s been a long time...
  • 119 days ago
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76ers 105, Knicks 98: ‘I dislike TJ McConnell’

Posting and Toasting (Harrison Rahajason) — The Process who Stole Christmas Monday’s Christmas day matinée game pitted two of the east’s up-and-coming teams against each other. One looked wonky and slow all day while the other made tough shots, got the lucky bounces and generally looked pretty decent throughout the game. Coming off a disappointing loss to the Pistons a few nights ago, the Knicks were not the decent looking team...
  • 120 days ago
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76ers 105, Knicks 98: T.J. McConnell won the War on Christmas

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Humbug The New York Knicks ruined Christmas once again, losing to the Philadelphia 76ers by a score of 105-98. The game was on at noon, so at least we had the morning to enjoy. What went wrong? Well, once again the Knicks didn’t shoot threes—15 total as a team. For some reason Sixers guard T.J. McConnell turns into Steph Curry when he plays at MSG (15 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists). ...
  • 120 days ago
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Wassup in Westchester: Damyean Dotson returns to G-League action

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — D-Dot back. The Westchester Knicks lost to the Wisconsin Herd, 123-117, on Saturday night. But honestly I don’t even care about that, because Luke Kornet shot 16 three-point attempts! Hell yes! The W-Knicks took 52 three-point attempts as a team, which is ridiculously awesome and something I wish the big club (dead last in the NBA in three-point attempts per game) would emulate. ...
  • 121 days ago
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