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Instagram model takes Porzingis pursuit to courtside

NY Post (Jaclyn Hendricks) — He shoots, he scores? After Kristaps Porzingis started following fitness model Jen Selter on Instagram, the Knicks’ beloved unicorn made his presence known by doling out a handful of likes to the “belfie” queen. Selter ultimately returned the favor, and the two then were within distance of each other Tuesday night. Selter sat near LaVar...
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Luke Walton: Phil Jackson deserved better from Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Lakers coach Luke Walton won’t use the triangle with the Lakers but wished it had worked in New York and wasn’t “in favor’’ of Phil Jackson’s termination last June. Walton, whom Jackson wanted to make his coach after the 2015-16 season, said he’s been in contact with the Zen Master recently. “Someone who means as...
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‘Ultimate pro’ who groomed the Warriors is helping the Knicks

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The Knicks were winless throughout the preseason and the first three games of the regular season. Even the most diehard Knicks fans were checking when pitchers and catchers reported, while also keeping an eye on the Giants and Jets. Well, football and Jarrett Jack helped bring their attention back to the Knicks. And this isn’t...
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No foul trouble, no problem in Beasley’s big finish

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — In his previous game, Michael Beasley received a standing ovation from the Garden crowd. For fouling out in 9:49, which really takes some doing. But Tuesday, Beasley had the Garden crowd in a frenzy because of what he did when the game mattered most. And that was not just staying on the court. “I guess...
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Knicks’ ‘other’ rookie point guard shined against Lonzo Ball

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Lonzo Ball was the rookie point guard that the masses flocked to the Garden to eyeball Tuesday. The young Lakers stud did not disappoint. But neither did the Knicks’ guy, Frank Ntilikina. Maybe seeing the 6-foot-6 Ball, who was the No. 2 pick in the draft, revved up the fellow 19-year-old’s blood. “I have the...
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Porzingis, Ntilikina steal the Ball family spotlight in OT thriller

NY Post (Marc Berman) — LaVar Ball stalked the Garden sidelines in his bright red “Big Baller” shirt and matching sneakers and Magic Johnson lit up celebrity row with his smile. But the visitors’ Hollywood star power and home gold uniforms couldn’t stop Kristaps Porzingis and rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina from lighting up the Lakers at the Garden. Yes,...
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Amar’e Stoudemire’s pointed advice for Kristaps Porzingis

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Amar’e Stoudemire was on hand Tuesday at the Garden for religious reasons, to help the Knicks celebrate Hannukah Night. But the retired ex-Knick also delivered a message to fellow power forward Kristaps Porzingis. Likely referring to Porzingis’ blowing off of last April’s exit meetings with the coaches and former team president Phil Jackson, Stoudemire gave...
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Lonzo Ball talks the ‘greats,’ sets a high bar for his Garden debut

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball traveled to New York one time before this weekend, for the NBA draft. One element stood out. “People are very strong and passionate out here,” Ball said about the attitudes of the typical New Yorker who will argue to the death over intricate philosophical points; like who stunk more, the Washington...
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Is this the revival of Knicks’ fallen point guard?

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Knicks point guard Jarrett Jack used flawless logic while praising teammate Ron Baker. “You never know what may come your way, but you’ve got to be ready for it,” Jack said. “If you’re not ready for the opportunity that comes your way, what’s the point of the opportunity?” The point was Baker was ready. So...
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Kristaps Porzingis feels for Lonzo Ball

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Blood is thicker than water. And a lot more trickier to navigate at times. Earlier this season Kristaps Porzingis found himself in the middle of a firestorm caused by his brother Janis, who in a European interview, claimed if the Knicks did not make the star happy, he could bolt. “You cannot upset him much...
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Knicks can’t stop raving about Enes Kanter’s dedication

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Enes Kanter showed up for the Knicks game with the Hawks on Sunday on crutches. So naturally, he started. “If you’re going to make the playoffs, you’re going to make some sacrifices,” said Kanter, who was feeling the effects of getting kneed in the hip Saturday in Chicago — an injury that left him on...
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Only one way for Knicks to keep Kristaps Porzingis around

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Fans have an obsession with tanking for a high lottery pick, thinking it is the correct strategy for all rebuilding clubs. When Knicks GM Scott Perry met with the media Saturday in Chicago, he sent a message to fans — and his players. No tanks. Team president Steve Mills and Perry aren’t focused on gaining...
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Knicks survive late sloppiness in ugly win over Hawks

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Over the past few weeks, the Knicks and their fans have scanned the schedule and pretty much gagged over a potentially murderous 23-game stretch that awaits just before until well after Christmas. But before that run, there was a span of games with potential cupcakes. The key, of course, is to beat them. On Saturday...
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Knicks fall to NBA-worst Bulls as Porzingis misses buzzer-beater

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHICAGO — If the Knicks can’t beat the NBA-worst Bulls on the road, who can they beat away from the Garden? A wild rally from eight points down in the final 2:24 got the Knicks to a 102-102 tie, but the Bulls squeaked it out when Kris Dunn got fouled by Courtney Lee with 2.4...
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Knicks GM Scott Perry doesn’t have time for “The Process”

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHICAGO — As much as Knicks general manager Scott Perry has referred to the 2017-18 season as one of “development,” he doesn’t want that misconstrued as wanting to lose to get a high lottery pick. In his first denial the new regime went into this season with eyes on tanking, Perry took a shot at...
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