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Frank Ntilikina doesn’t think he’s quite ready to return

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Frank Ntilikina was one of the last players on the court Thursday at Knicks practice, and appeared to be running and cutting with ease as he moved through drills. But the second-year guard may still need a few more days before he returns to game action after spraining his left ankle last Friday in Los...
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The perfect storm making Knicks an option for bettors

NY Post (VSiN) — After a brutal road trip that spanned two weeks, and included a West Coast swing, the Knicks return home for the first time since a loss to Milwaukee on Christmas Day. The dreaded first-game-home angle looms for New York. After a long road trip, a team is usually in a play-against spot, but this meeting...
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Benching behind Mario Hezonja’s sudden breakthrough

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Mario Hezonja’s most recent stretch glued to the Knicks’ bench has him wishing he had a time machine. Not so the small forward could have signed elsewhere in free agency last offseason, but so he could have entered the NBA with the coaches he has now. “I wish they were my coaching staff in my...
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Why Trey Burke doesn’t want to think about trade deadline

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It’s tempting, but backup point guard Trey Burke won’t do it. The Knicks are heading toward a second half of oblivion and seeking second-round picks at February’s trade deadline for players brass is unsure about keeping for next season. The way Burke has been treated, he’s a clear candidate. Burke has returned to being Emmanuel...
  • 11 days ago
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David Fizdale’s glass-half-full take on Knicks’ empty first half

NY Post (Marc Berman) — OAKLAND, Calif. — The Knicks can go 0-41 the rest of the way and still have the same percentage chance of landing the No. 1 pick in the draft as they do today. That’s worth considering as Knicks coach David Fizdale talked up the season’s second half, expecting more wins. The Knicks hit the mathematical...
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Knicks talking Enes Kanter-for-Zach Randolph swap

NY Post (Jake Nisse) — Enes Kanter could be leaving the Big Apple. According to a report from ESPN, the Knicks and Kings are in the early stages of discussions for a Kanter-Zach Randolph trade. The Kings would want to add more expiring contracts in the deal and a third team may have to be involved, the report states. Kanter is...
  • 12 days ago
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Steve Kerr gave David Fizdale glimpse into minds of champs

NY Post (Marc Berman) — OAKLAND, Calif. — As he prepared to interview with the Knicks last April, David Fizdale was embedded with the Warriors as they geared up for their first-round playoff series. Golden State coach Steve Kerr, who shares a San Diego connection with Fizdale, invited him and his wife, Natasha, to spend a few days around the...
  • 12 days ago
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Knicks get completely dominated by Durant, Warriors

NY Post (Marc Berman) — OAKLAND, Calif. — The Knicks’ last trip Oracle Arena was not one to remember. In fact, for the Knicks’ sake, they should hope free-agent-to-be Kevin Durant forgets it fast, too. The Knicks stayed competitive for a quarter-and-a-half before falling apart as the Warriors cruised to a 122-95 victory Tuesday. Next season, the Warriors will be...
  • 12 days ago
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When it comes to Kevin Durant, Knicks fans are stuck dreaming

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — OAKLAND, Calif. — The time to truly appreciate the great athletes isn’t when they are doing what they do on the record, on game nights, with the television lights on and the building full of people chanting their names. If you’re great anyway, it’s easy to be great in those moments. It’s the days in...
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Kevin Durant talks up Knicks’ potential with free agency looming

NY Post (Marc Berman) — OAKLAND — Kevin Durant talked a lot about the Knicks on Tuesday but not about joining the Knicks. The Warriors 6-11 superstar all but admitted he doesn’t want to say anything that he might regret. At the morning shootaround at the Warriors’ Oakland practice complex ahead of facing the Knicks, Durant said rookie Kevin Knox...
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Teams starting to dream of Kristaps Porzingis slipping away from Knicks

NY Post (Jake Nisse) — Well, the Knicks and Kristaps Porzingis have had some rough patches before. Porzingis, who has yet to play this season due to a torn ACL, is a restricted free agent this summer and is sure to draw interest from plenty of other teams — even it’s hard to foresee the Knicks letting him get away....
  • 13 days ago
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Kevin Durant is the star Kevin Knox has been waiting for

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PORTLAND, Ore. — When Kevin Knox arrived at Kentucky for his freshman year, assistant coach Kenny Payne sat him down, showed him hours of Kevin Durant tape and gave him more to take to his dorm room to study. Knox’s first test comes Tuesday, when the Knicks close out a two-week, six-game road trip against...
  • 13 days ago
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Knicks’ dismal road trip continues with Warriors up next

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PORTLAND, Ore. — Five down, Kevin Durant to go. Fresh off their beating the Lakers, the Knicks were beaten by the Blazers 111-101 Monday at Moda Center to fall to 1-4 on their six-game Western swing. Now the Knicks complete their two-week marathon with the NBA champion Warriors and one last look at the superstar...
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Knicks’ Mitchell Robinson hurt on ‘slippery’ court just before return

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PORTLAND, Ore. — Blame UCLA. Knicks rookie center Mitchell Robinson likely would have made his return here Monday night if not for a mishap at the UCLA gym. Instead, Robinson is out indefinitely with a new injury: a sore groin. At Friday’s workout at a UCLA gymnasium, Robinson was doing sprints as he finished his...
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Ron Baker’s second NBA chance is over quickly

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Ron Baker’s point-less time in Washington is over. The Wizards waived Baker on Monday, according to ESPN, after the former Knicks guard played just four games without scoring a point in their uniform. His contract was set to be guaranteed for the rest of the year if he had still been on their roster by...
  • 14 days ago
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