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Tim Hardaway Jr. Brings a Familiar Face to a New Day for the Knicks

NY Times (MIKE VORKUNOV) — A player who began his N.B.A. career in New York returns with a newfound maturity as the team begins to move past the Phil Jackson era.
  • 41 days ago
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Knicks’ Search to Replace Phil Jackson Loses Some Steam

NY Times (MIKE VORKUNOV) — David Griffin, the former general manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, is said to have withdrawn his name from consideration less than 48 hours after meeting with the Knicks.
  • 43 days ago
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It’s Official: Tim Hardaway Jr. Is Back With the Knicks

NY Times (MIKE VORKUNOV) — Hardaway, selected by the Knicks in the 2013 draft and most recently with the Atlanta Hawks, was traded away by Phil Jackson in 2015.
  • 44 days ago
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With Phil Jackson Gone, Knicks Make Another Puzzling Decision

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Signing Tim Hardaway Jr. a $71 million offer sheet is a puzzling decision to bet big bucks to a player it didn’t embrace the first time around.
  • 44 days ago
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Knicks Are Near a Reunion With Tim Hardaway Jr.

NY Times (MIKE VORKUNOV) — The restricted free agent signed a four-year, $71 million offer sheet on Thursday with the team that drafted him in 2013.
  • 45 days ago
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Now Hiring: President, New York Knicks (No Experience Necessary)

NY Times (FILIP BONDY) — Celebrity status is a must; applicants must be adept at demoralizing young players. The candidate’s name should provide easy pun opportunities for the tabloids.
  • 49 days ago
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Knicks Lose Justin Holiday to the Chicago Bulls

NY Times (MIKE VORKUNOV) — Holiday, a 28-year-old shooting guard, will sign a two-year, $9 million contract with the Bulls, according to a league source.
  • 49 days ago
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Silent So Far in Free Agency, Knicks Try to Move On After Phil Jackson

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The team has done little to sign free agents so far and is still in need of a starting point guard. But doing little is better than doing something stupid.
  • 51 days ago
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Knicks Again Find Themselves at a Crossroads for Free Agency

NY Times (MIKE VORKUNOV) — With Phil Jackson gone, the team has many options for the roster that center on how quickly they need to move on from Jackson’s play style.
  • 52 days ago
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Knicks’ Coach Sees Many Options in the Triangle

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — A day after Phil Jackson’s exit, Jeff Hornacek said the team’s offense would be a blend of last year’s plus some new things.
  • 52 days ago
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Phil Jackson’s Beloved Triangle: A Symbol of Hubris

NY Times (HARVEY ARATON) — The offense became more than just a system of basketball; it became a three-sided prison.
  • 53 days ago
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The Knicks’ Triangle Offense, 2014-2017

NY Times (DAN BARRY) — The existential basketball strategy reportedly collapsed under the weight of its own pretension in the front office of the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
  • 53 days ago
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All Is Not Lost for Knicks, but Expect More Drama Before More Wins

NY Times (MICHAEL POWELL) — The Knicks’ landscape is not as hopeless as it may seem, but the future requires years of rebuilding without interference.
  • 54 days ago
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How Phil Jackson Failed With the Knicks

NY Times (VICTOR MATHER) — He was part of the Knicks’ only championship era, and won a mind-boggling 11 titles as a coach of the Bulls and Lakers. But even Phil Jackson couldn’t resurrect the Knicks. He was dismissed as team president on Wednesday. It was a rocky three-year ride.
  • 54 days ago
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Phil Jackson Is Out as President of New York Knicks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Jackson, who won 11 N.B.A. titles as a coach with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers, never translated that success to the front office with the Knicks.
  • 54 days ago
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