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Knicks are counting on Patrick Ewing to deliver Zion Williamson

NY Post (Joseph Staszewski) — Patrick Ewing is no longer the Knicks’ “secret” draft lottery weapon. The team’s last No. 1 overall pick will be the one trying to help the Knicks land their next one at the NBA draft lottery on May 14. Ewing, currently the head coach at Georgetown, will represent the Knicks on the dais, The Post’s...
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Heartbreaking moment Derrick Rose learned of Knicks trade

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — Before he beamed about being a Knick, before he went AWOL and before he severed ties with the franchise after one messy season, came the stunning but seemingly expected phone call that changed Derrick Rose’s life. “Pooh: The Derrick Rose Story” revealed the stressful moments the former MVP endured before the Bulls shipped him off...
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Breaking down what the future could look like for current Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Team president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry were holding exit interviews with Knicks players Thursday and Friday to discuss each player’s uncertain future. Coach David Fizdale expects “a very different’’ roster in 2019-20. Several of the team’s free agents to be will be impacted by whether the Knicks add two marquee free agents...
  • 11 days ago
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David Fizdale shows how Knicks can sell rookies to free agents

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It didn’t end with “One Shining Moment’’ Wednesday for the Knicks three rookies: Kevin Knox, Mitchell Robinson and Allonzo Trier. In the season finale, Knox shot 3-of-12 and 0-for-6 on 3s. Robinson’s block streak ended at 38 games as the night belonged to Detroit strongman Andre Drummond. Trier sat out with a calf/knee issue that...
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Danilo Gallinari’s career-best season a tough Knicks reminder

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Carmelo Anthony resurfaced as a spectator at Dwyane Wade’s farewell game Wednesday night in Brooklyn, but the career of the key player the Knicks traded for him nine years ago suddenly is going stronger than ever. Oft-injured Danilo Gallinari was one of the main reasons the Los Angeles Clippers seized the eighth playoff seed in...
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Patrick Ewing hints at being Knicks ‘secret’ weapon at draft lottery

NY Post (Peter Botte) — There’s no longer a chance for any “frozen envelope” conspiracies, but perhaps the Knicks will call on Patrick Ewing as their good luck charm at the upcoming NBA draft lottery. The former Knicks star and current Georgetown coach said Thursday that he’s asked “all the time” about Duke’s Zion Williamson or pending free agent Kevin...
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Dwyane Wade helps give Carmelo the goodbye he never had

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — The ball trickled to Carmelo Anthony, daring him to shoot, and for a few seconds it seemed he might. Clad in a white hoodie and navy hat emblazoned with his famed No. 7, Anthony dribbled on to the hardwood, teasing the rather split Brooklyn and Miami crowd for a moment before relenting the ball to...
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Steve Mills’ and Scott Perry’s real Knicks season begins now

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The season ended fittingly Wednesday in a 115-89 blowout Garden loss to Detroit. The Knicks finished with the worst record in the NBA and equaled the worst season in their history at 17-65. The new season begins Thursday, when coach David Fizdale and his collection of young prospects are replaced on center stage by team...
  • 12 days ago
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It was a fitting end to the Knicks’ disgraceful season

NY Post (Marc Berman) — And in the 82nd game, the Knicks stunk out the Garden. The Knicks made the history books of infamy and let down Charlotte in their 115-89 Garden blowout loss to the Pistons in Wednesday’s season finale. Late in the third quarter, light chants of “We Want Zion’’ could be heard in a nod to the...
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David Fizdale is bringing the Knicks to playoffs (literally)

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The regular season ends Wednesday night, and the Knicks are headed to the playoffs — sort of. For the second straight spring, coach David Fizdale plans to bring some of his young players to playoff games across the nation. And he will have his young assistant coaches do the same. After being hired in May,...
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David Fizdale not looking to change Knicks’ coaching staff

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHICAGO — Knicks coach David Fizdale is content with his young coaching staff and has no plans of hiring a veteran assistant to focus on improving the team’s defense, ranked 28th in the NBA. Last week, Fizdale said the focus of the offseason would be bringing in more defensive-minded players. Fizdale passed on hiring veteran...
  • 13 days ago
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These Knicks can’t be franchise worst — by themselves

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHICAGO — The Knicks won’t be the very worst. Point guard Dennis Smith Jr., starting in place of ailing Mario Hezonja, scored 25 points and had five assists, while Kevin Knox chipped in 17 points and 10 rebounds as the Knicks avoided becoming the worst team in franchise history with a defense-oriented 96-86 victory over...
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Expect a very different Kevin Knox in sophomore Knicks campaign

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHICAGO — Knicks brass believe next season will be different for Kevin Knox. He could have some marquee veterans by his side, and a new responsibility to help the Knicks win games. The front office and coach David Fizdale are excited about Knox’s late-season uptick in areas of more efficiency, ball movement and taking contact...
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NBA peers agree: Kevin Durant is coming to the Knicks

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — A noteworthy majority of NBA players polled agree Kevin Durant will soon be a member of the Knicks. In an extensive survey carried out by The Athletic over the last month, 69 of 109 players canvassed (63.3 percent) believe the Knicks will land free agency’s most coveted prize come July. Durant has long been rumored...
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One Knick gives potential pick Ja Morant his stamp of approval

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHICAGO — It hurt Henry Ellenson to watch Ja Morant in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but the Knicks forward wouldn’t mind the Murray State point guard as a future teammate. With the college basketball season ending Monday night, Ellenson told The Post the 6-foot-3 crafty point guard is worthy of a top-three...
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