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Late Burst by Miami Gives Knicks Ninth Consecutive Loss

NY Times (FIELD LEVEL MEDIA) — The Knicks fought hard in the second half, but Wayne Ellington took over in the game’s final minutes and led the Heat to victory.
  • 53 days ago
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The Nets Are Looking Really Good, Even From London

NY Times (PETER S. GOODMAN) — Our far-flung correspondent flipped from the Knicks to the Nets (and from New York to London). It increasingly appears to be a smart move.
  • 56 days ago
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Knicks Make Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee Available for Trade

NY Times (MARC STEIN) — The Knicks hope to clear cap space to make a run at potential high-profile free agents this summer such as Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant.
  • 56 days ago
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Turkish Prosecutors Seek Arrest of the Knicks’ Enes Kanter

NY Times (THE NEW YORK TIMES) — The prosecutors requested an international warrant and accused Kanter, who has harshly criticized President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, of membership in a terrorist organization.
  • 64 days ago
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N.B.A. Mid-Season Power Rankings: The Warriors Are Not No. 1. For Now.

NY Times (MARC STEIN) — A season of surprises has reached a turning point, with some Eastern Conference leaders facing their first real challenges, and the West bracing itself for a Warriors surge.
  • 67 days ago
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The Knicks’ Enes Kanter Faces His Toughest Opponent: His President

NY Times (KELLY WHITESIDE) — Kanter has caused a geopolitical stir by hurling accusations at Turkey’s president and openly fretting that the country’s spies would kill him during a road game in London.
  • 72 days ago
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Enes Kanter to Skip Knicks’ Trip to London, Citing Fear of Turkish Retaliation

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Turkish player will not travel to Europe to play the Wizards on Jan. 17, saying he fears for his life because of his public opposition to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey.
  • 75 days ago
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Knicks Beat (LeBron-Less) Lakers, So Time to Celebrate ‘Like It’s the Super Bowl’

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Coach David Fizdale said every win is savored like a championship. But the Lakers were missing three key players, including LeBron James, with injuries.
  • 76 days ago
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Patrick Ewing and Alonzo Mourning Create a Mighty Basketball Tree at Georgetown

NY Times (HARVEY ARATON) — They were stars at Georgetown and in the N.B.A., where they were also fierce rivals. Now these classic big men and close friends are linked by Georgetown again.
  • 77 days ago
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On Christmas Day, New Yorkers Follow Their Own Traditions

NY Times (ELIZA SHAPIRO, LIZ ROBBINS and TYLER PAGER) — A kosher Chinese restaurant in Borough Park had a perfectly normal lunch service. Fans watched the Knicks game. And the mayor served sweet potatoes.
  • 86 days ago
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For Frank Ntilikina of Knicks, a Christmas Memory Shattered

NY Times (KELLY WHITESIDE) — A second-year defensive whiz trying to find his way on offense grew up near the Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, where a gunman killed five on Dec. 11.
  • 87 days ago
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Mel Hutchins, B.Y.U. All-American and N.B.A. All-Star, Dies at 90

NY Times (RICHARD GOLDSTEIN) — He led Brigham Young to a championship in 1951, raising the university’s profile before turning pro. He was also part of a formidable sports family.
  • 90 days ago
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Knicks Update: Kristaps Porzingis Will Not Be Back Until February, at the Earliest

NY Times (KELLY WHITESIDE) — The team’s president, Steve Mills, said that the Knicks were happy with Porzingis’s progress from a knee injury but that he might not play at all this season. He will be re-evaluated in February.
  • 90 days ago
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Sometimes the Road Less Taken Also Leads to the N.B.A.

NY Times (KELLY WHITESIDE) — Consider the Knicks: Their rookie center, Mitchell Robinson, took a year off rather than play in college, and a starting guard, Emmanuel Mudiay, skipped college to play in China.
  • 96 days ago
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Kemba Walker Comes Home to Lead the Hornets Past the Knicks

NY Times (FIELD LEVEL MEDIA) — Walker, a native New Yorker, had 25 points for Charlotte. Kevin Knox scored 26 for the Knicks, who have lost four in a row.
  • 102 days ago
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