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Knicks choke it all away in disastrous gut-punch

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Remember this moment, this game, this loss, if the upcoming seven-game road trip goes as most expect. If the rest of this season continues on this downward trend. If the Knicks are playing for the most pingpong balls in the lottery rather than the postseason the rest of the way. Sunday’s game could be the...
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Knicks’ newest point guard hope is here

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — The worst-kept secret of the week became official Sunday, as the Knicks announced they signed Trey Burke before their game against the Pelicans at the Garden. After waiving Ramon Sessions on Saturday to create a roster spot, the Knicks inked the former Jazz lottery pick to a deal, the terms of which were not disclosed....
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Another Porzingis winter slumber should terrify Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Call him Mr. November. The Knicks have a lot of issues, but none more concerning than what to make about Kristaps Porzingis’ third straight post-Christmas decline. The entire franchise is built upon Porzingis becoming a superstar for the ages, contending for greatest-Knick-ever status. And while he should become a perennial All-Star, the franchise needs him...
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Knicks shuffle roster to give lottery bust a second chance

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks point guard Ramon Sessions was inactive for the first time Friday night in Minnesota and Saturday will be officially waived by the Knicks. It will pave the way for the signing of former lottery pick Trey Burke, according to an industry source. The official announcement on Burke is expected Sunday. The Knicks need a...
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Tim Hardaway Jr. ‘surprised’ he felt so good in first game back

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MINNEAPOLIS — He wasn’t so rusty. Tim Hardaway Jr. said he did felt better than he expected despite the Knicks’ losing upon his return, 118-108, at the Target Center on Friday. After missing almost six weeks and 20 games with a stress reaction in his lower left leg, Hardaway was back, coming off the bench,...
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Tim Hardaway Jr.’s return can’t save Knicks from another road ‘L’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MINNEAPOLIS — Twenty five minutes of Tim Hardaway Jr. wasn’t enough to lift the Knicks out of their road doldrums. Hardaway made his long-anticipated return Friday, coming off the bench for 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting, but Kristaps Porzingis was still absent as the Knicks lost 118-108 to the Timberwolves at Target Center. Hardaway missed...
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Tim Hardaway Jr. returns to Knicks but won’t start yet

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MINNEAPOLIS – Tim Hardaway Jr. was to make his return from a nearly six-week absence but come off the bench, Jeff Hornacek said Friday night. Hardaway Jr. has missed the last 20 games with a stress reaction in his lower left leg. “It’s easier for him to come off the bench first than starting him...
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Michael Beasley’s fate is sealed, and he knows it

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MINNEAPOLIS — Michael Beasley apparently couldn’t score enough buckets to ensure a permanent spot in the rotation once Tim Hardaway Jr. is back to full minutes. Hardaway is questionable for the Knicks’ game Friday against the Timberwolves, but will play limited minutes if he does. Hornacek said once Hardaway is back fully, Beasley will go...
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Why Knicks think Hardaway can spark a Porzingis revival

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MINNEAPOLIS – Jeff Hornacek thinks things will improve for Kristaps Porzingis once he gets his wingman, Tim Hardaway Jr., back. After his MVP-like start, the 7-foot-3 Latvian has been in a downward spiral since early December, creating “a burden’’ on Porzingis, according to Hornacek. In excerpts obtained by The Post from the “Jeff Hornacek Experience”...
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Knicks brace for roster shake-up as Tim Hardaway nears return

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The availability of Tim Hardaway Jr. for the Knicks in Minnesota on Friday and their ability to win on the road are pretty much the same. Both are questionable. Hardaway went through another full practice Thursday at the team’s Tarrytown facility. His official listing is “questionable” against the Timberwolves. Hardaway, who last played Nov. 29...
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The Knicks’ offense has its Carmelo problem again

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The ball is sticking for the Knicks. And no one can blame Carmelo Anthony this time. Coach Jeff Hornacek acknowledged after practice Thursday the Knicks’ offense lately has become overreliant on Kristaps Porzingis and Michael Beasley. This has led to some predictability and stagnation in the offense with the ball not moving side to side....
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How Trey Burke has reinvented himself for this Knicks shot

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Trey Burke, the Jazz lottery pick who fell from grace to the G League, says he’s a lot stabler than the rookie who entered the NBA as a cocky 19-year-old out of Michigan. After attending the final week of Knicks training camp in October, Burke has starred for the Westchester Knicks — and he’s on...
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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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