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Manhattan is the chic new living space for your New York Knicks

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — More Knicks than ever actually live in Manhattan One of the oddities of the New York Knickerbockers is that although they play at the World’s Most Famous Arena, they practice up the Saw Mill in Tarrytown. New York City is the playground of the rich and famous, but most rich and famous players have lived in Westchester. That seems to be changing, in a trend started by good old Amar’e...
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Knicks practice notes: Courtney Lee sat out with a sore wrist, expected to play Wednesday

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — He sat out Tuesday’s practice, but might play Wednesday. Courtney Lee has been on the minds of many folks surrounding the organization recently, what with head coach Jeff Hornacek asking him to shoot more and all. But how the hell is Lee supposed to shoot more with an injured wrist? The Knicks say Courtney Lee (right wrist) didn't practice today. We'll find out more about his status for...
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Carmelo Anthony has been doing some wonderful charity work this holiday season

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — #StayMe7o, planet Earth! Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is one of the most generous figures in the world of sports, and he was working overtime leading up to Christmas. Working through his Carmelo Anthony Foundation, he took a group of underprivileged kids to the movies last week: A Very Melo Christmas with future leaders! Made possible by @regalmovies @jumpman23 @thebridgedirect ...
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Afternoon D-League Action! Westchester Knicks vs. Long Island Nets- 12/26/16

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Chasson Randle in the Barclays Center! Actual, competitive basketball will be played in the Barclays Center Monday afternoon...what a novel concept! The Westchester Knicks take on the Long Island Nets in the BATTLE FOR NEW YORK of the D-League. Chasson Randle prepares to do battle for the honor of the Knickerbocker brand: . @StanfordMBB alum @ChassonRandle (21.9 PPG) ready for work...
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Jeff Hornacek wants Courtney Lee to take more contested shots

Posting and Toasting (Kristian Winfield) — Lee: “That’s very new. It’s only a selective few guys in this league that the coach is telling you to shoot contested shots.” Reporters heaped question after question onto Carmelo Anthony following the Knicks’ 119-114 Christmas day loss to the Boston Celtics, but nestled away beneath a herd of journalists and cameramen, an already dressed Courtney Lee waited patiently for those who wanted to...
  • 327 days ago
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Celtics 119, Knicks 114: ‘When did Marcus Smart turn into Ray Allen?’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Celtics are jerks. If anybody understands the horrible drudgery of watching bad defense, it’s Knicks fans. This franchise hasn’t been consistently competent on that end since the Clinton administration. Bad defense is what...we...do. Yet somehow Sunday’s loss seemed to feature some particularly egregious D. Maybe it’s the fact that we fans had hoped to kick off the Christmas Day slate...
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Celtics 119, Knicks 114: The Grinch stole Christmas, Kristaps stole it back, and Melo gave it away again

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Bah, Humbug! The New York Knicks ruined Christmas yet again, falling victim to the army of green trolls who live under live under Santa’s workshop and steal children’s toys while the elves are sleeping by the score of 119-114. The game was tight until the second quarter, when the Celtics caught fire from behind the three-point arc. (They were left wide open by Knicks defenders, but that’s...
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Celtics coach Brad Stevens discusses the changes he has seen in the Knicks under Jeff Hornacek

Posting and Toasting (Kristian Winfield) — Stevens has played the Knicks 13 times in his three-year head coaching career. That kind of qualifies him as an expert. As odd as it sounds, Brad Stevens is somewhat of a Knicks expert. Stevens took over as head coach of the Boston Celtics in 2013 and has played against the Knicks — their divisional rival — four times every season. From the outside looking in, he has seen the ups and down...
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This Week in Knicks Social Media: Live life, live!

Posting and Toasting (chiniqua) — In which the Knicks remember Craig Sager and mess with each other Happy holidays! It’s Christmas Eve and it’s sleeting out and things are kind of hectic, but take a minute, pull up a chair, have a hot drink - we have a few important items of business to take care of. First, earlier this week the entire basketball world paused when news came out that the great Craig Sager had died of...
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Jeff Hornacek’s offense has created a twist on the traditional Carmelo Anthony isolation play

Posting and Toasting (zachdiluzio) — Melo is good; Melo in an actual offensive scheme is better. Iso-Melo is an unfairly vilified offensive playcall. It really shouldn't be — Carmelo Anthony is an extremely good isolation scorer, and if you have an extremely good isolation scorer, you should get him an abundance of isolation possessions. But sometimes, Melo takes a long time to read his defender (and the defense) during his...
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Kristaps Porzingis’s relatives dropped the hottest a cappella song in the history of Latvian awards shows

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Kristaps Porzingis won Latvia’s Athlete of the Year award for 2016 because no shit. And since Latvia is superior to America in every possible way, it stood to reason that his acceptance speech would put the ESPY’s, Oscars and Nobel Prize ceremonies to shame. But Kristaps doesn’t even need to be in the building to make a memorable evening. Any member of the Porzingis family is capable of...
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Chasson Randle on Knicks call-up: ‘I can’t really think about what they’re thinking about’

Posting and Toasting (Kristian Winfield) — Randle has scored 113 points in Westchester’s last four games but says he keeps NBA call-ups off his mind. The Knicks have a full 15-man roster and can’t add another player. But head coach Jeff Hornacek said he’s “always keeping an eye on those guys” on the Westchester Knicks roster—specifically Chasson Randle, whose orbital fracture eliminated him from New York’s third point guard race in...
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Knicks 106, Magic 95: ‘Jennings' swag on a thousand-trillion’

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Brandon Jennings, Kyle O’Quinn and the reserves powered the Knicks past the Magic. Swin Cash has college championships, Olympic gold medals, and might very well end up in the Hall of Fame one day, so I’ll defer to her take on the Knicks’ bench: “Youthfulness + closeness + vets with a like-minded approach”...that pretty much sums up the second unit that terrorized the Orlando...
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Knicks 106, Magic 95: Scenes from a bench masterpiece

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — The Knicks’ bench slapped around the Magic. Thursday night’s duel between the Knicks and Magic was a janky-ass affair, punctuated by some magnificent stretches from New York’s second unit. Kristaps Porzingis scared the hell out of the Garden crowd when he banged knees with a defender in the fourth — he appears to be fine , thank God — but the quartet of Kyle O’Quinn, Willy Hernangomez,...
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Kristaps Porzingis left Thursday’s game with a knee contusion, but he’s fine

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Save us, Santa! Kristaps Porzingis left Thursday night’s contest with the Orlando Magic after hurting his knee on a drive to the basket: Kristaps Porzingis has a contused right knee and is questionable to return. — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) December 23, 2016 It originally looked to be the dreaded non-contact injury, but upon closer look he banged knees with a Magic defender. He...
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