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Locked on Knicks, Episode 266: Frank Ntilikina DEEP DIVE

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Offense! Defense! Special tea— err... Intangibles! On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Dillon Dente of Posting and Toasting (maybe you guys have heard of it). Together, we go DEEP into the details on Frank Ntilikina’s play, covering offensive and defensive strengths and weaknesses. We also talk about how many vets are needed for a rebuild, James Harden’s ethering of Wesley Johnson, and...
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 265: Around the NBA with Dan Favale

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Tanking! LeBron! Coaches! More! On today’s ‘sode I’m joined by Dan Favale of NBA Math and the Hardwood Knocks Podcast . We tackle general NBA topics SUCH AS: Tanking! What’s the problem? How big is it? Coach of the year! Who should it be? WHY? LeBron James! How many years does this guy have left? PLUS MORE! Listen!
  • 136 days ago
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Calling all P&T Mailbag questions!

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — You’ve lived over a month without a mailbag. If you can call that living... Last time we had a mailbag , people were writing to ask about signing Doug McDermott to an extension and what position Kristaps Porzingis should play. Were we ever so young? Dougie has since moved on to lesser digs — not only are the Mavericks below the Knicks in the standings, but they’re facing serious...
  • 136 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 264: Trey Burke, LAC and SAC previews

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — In praise of a hot start On today’s ‘sode I revel in Trey Burke’s recent good play and preview this week’s games against the Clippers and Kings. Listen!
  • 137 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 263: Knicks win 1st half!

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — What second half? On today’s ‘sode I break down Monday’s loss to the Warriors. Topics include: power ranking the point guards, JaVale McGee’s rat tail, Tim Harda-meh’s meh game, Beasley’s stitches, velcro D and MORE!
  • 138 days ago
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Warriors 125, Knicks 111: “Can’t hate it”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — What’d you expect? Tonight’s Knicks-Warriors tilt was played under an unspoken gentleman’s agreement there’d be none of that plebeian, prole-ish defense we’re so often subjected to. Like Hitler betraying Stalin in 1940, Golden State tightened up the D in the third, creating all the separation they’d need en route to a 125-111 victory. It looked like New York might go down for the count...
  • 138 days ago
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Golden State 125, New York 111: Scenes from “duh”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Sunrise. Sunset. In many ways, the Knicks’ 125-111 loss to the Golden State Warriors was a success. Winning wasn’t gonna happen, but it was a high-scoring, competitive affair for a half, and watching the Warriors do one of their third quarter obliterations was entertaining in the way seeing a tiger eat an alligator is. The loss also helped the Knicks “gain” a game on the Lakers, who won...
  • 139 days ago
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Examining Frank Ntilikina’s role with the Knicks

Posting and Toasting (New York Basketball Observer) — Where he can improve, where he’s dominant, and how to use him. Bonjour! With the All-Star break in our rear view mirror and the figurative white flag waving proudly atop Madison Square Garden in the wake of Kristaps Porzingis ’ season-ending knee inury, Knicks fans will finally get a good, hard look at the young talent on the team. Among those young guns is the Knicks’ very own 2017...
  • 139 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 262: Burke shows out against Boston

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — An acceptable loss to a vile foe On today’s ‘sode I give you my firsthand account of the Knicks’ acceptable loss to the vile and loathsome Boston Celtics. Topics include: live scouting report, Burke’s heroics, Frank’s offensive development, Emmanuel’s struggles, Troy Williams’ flashes, Beantown bozos in the Garden, the Delta Sky Lounge, and MORE! Listen!
  • 140 days ago
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Celtics 121, Knicks 112: ‘This feels like a good loss’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Celtics are dumb. The Knicks play the Warriors next—on Monday, to be precise. They are almost certainly going to lose that game, and Draymond Green and Nick Young and the like will probably preen and dance all over the MSG court. Whatever. The 2017-18 Knicks are already dead. Losses are wins. But I do not like losing to the Boston Celtics . Ever. I take some solace in the fact...
  • 140 days ago
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Celtics 121, Knicks 112: Scenes from a respectable loss

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Some good things. Well that was a quality loss, I guess. The New York Knicks battled the Boston Celtics until the bitter end, but couldn’t overcome Kyrie Irving and the rest of those green turds. Your final score is 121-112. Troy Williams got his second stint as a Knick, first at home, and he sent the MSG crowd into fits of ecstasy with this put-back slam. TROY WILLIAMS YAM ...
  • 141 days ago
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This Week in Knicks Social Media: I Know What You Did Last Weekend

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — Not an all-star? Not a problem. Hello dear little cabbages, how have you been? Perhaps you did not notice (curling can be very engrossing), but your Knickerbockers have not been playing basketball recently. Instead, they have been enjoying the All-Star break not-basketballing. What does this mean, not-basketball? We shall explore this phenomenon through visual aids below. A gentleman you...
  • 142 days ago
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Knicks 120, Magic 113: ‘They weren’t gonna lose every single game the rest of the season’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Trey Burke stops the tank for a night. “We’re still trying to win games. I know a lot of people think otherwise. It’s not in our DNA to go out there and lay down.” Those words were uttered by an unlikely source —backup point guard Trey Burke —following the Knicks ’ 120-113 win over the Orlando Magic . Going forward, the 25-year-old Burke probably isn’t going to get the kind of burn that...
  • 142 days ago
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Knicks 120, Magic 113: Scenes from the Trey Burke/Frank Ntilikina 2-PG dynamic duo

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Trey + Frank = victory The Knicks tried to tank, dammit. They gave up 41 points in the first quarter, and a very nice 69 points in the first half. Sadly, some of the kids who were finally given a chance to play by Jeff Hornacek weren’t feeling the tank. Chief among the non-tanking crowd was Trey Burke. The former G Leaguer owned the ever-living crap out of the Magic , dropping 26...
  • 143 days ago
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5 reasons these Knicks are still worth watching

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — It’s an obsession, but it’s pleasing... All my life, one message keeps piping up: “Don’t look.” My formative NBA years? Very much the same theme. The 21st century Knicks have often taken “don’t look” to new lows . They have been mostly, at times ideally, forgettable. It’s easy to fall into that trap now, heading into slog end of another losing season. But hark! Eff...
  • 143 days ago
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