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The Turkish government wants to sentence Enes Kanter to four years in prison

Posting and Toasting (Alex Wolfe) — Luckily, Kanter seems pretty unperturbed about the whole thing. Enes Kanter’s home country of Turkey is seeking to sentence him to four years or more in prison for the offense of speaking out against Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. ...let that one sink in for a minute. Yes, this report is real , and no, thankfully, our big, bruising center seems at peace with the fact that the...
  • 31 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 228 - Courtney & Kyle appreciation, Boston preview

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — In which I make my case for retaining Courtney Lee’s services On today’s ‘sode I show some love for Courtney Lee and Kyle O’Quinn, talk about Kyle O’Quinn’s side gig as Professional Bar Mitzvah Guest, and preview Thursday’s tilt against the despicable cowards of Boston. Listen!
  • 31 days ago
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Wassup in Westchester: Trey Burke celebrates second straight POTW award with win

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Every week he dominates! The Westchester Knicks returned home following a long West Coast road trip and put a hurting on the Salt Lake City Stars, 98-83. You gotta love the defensive effort, holding SLC well below 90 points. Leading the charge as always was guard Trey Burke . The Michigan alum dropped 28 points on the Stars in celebration of his second consecutive G-League Player of the...
  • 32 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 277: Knicks poop on the floor

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Gross On today’s sode I break down the Knicks’ SOUL CRUSHING DEFEAT to the Charlotte Jordans using my patented 5-on-3 method. 5 minutes on each of the 3 MOST CRUCIAL STORYLINES OF THE GAME. Put em together and whaddaya got? Well, still poop, but you’ll really truly understand the essence of this particular poop after I’m done with yaz. Listen!
  • 32 days ago
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Hornets 109, Knicks 91: “And we’ll never speak of it again”

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Move it along, folks. Nothing to see here. You know those days where you have a great morning, a great day at work, everything’s going fine, you get home and kiss your partner and five minutes later something’s gone wrong, and you realize with sickening quickness that you’re trapped in one of those arguments that always ends with you buried in the bowels of hell? The Knicks’ 109-91...
  • 33 days ago
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Scenes from a Knick horrorshow

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — The high point tonight? No fake comeback. No Kristaps Porzingis. No Tim Hardaway Jr. No chance. The Knicks were competitive for six minutes, then spent the rest of the night Murphy Law-ing their way to a 109-91 drubbing in Charlotte against the Hornets. Early on Michael Beasley was blocking shots and dominating the boards; the prescient and the cynical among us knew this meant it would not...
  • 33 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 226: Knicks win the Petty Super Bowl

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Or, the fatal sonning of Oklahoma City On today's 'sode I revel in one of the all-time great petty victories as the Knicks beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 111-96 in Carmelo Anthony's DISASTROUS return to Madison Square Garden. Am I gonna talk about Michael Beasley's 30 points? Will I touch on Ron Baker's 3-point wizardry? Will I get to Doug McDermott's REVENGE GAME? YOU BET YOUR ASS I...
  • 34 days ago
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Knicks 111, Thunder 96: Michael Beasley is the ultimate wildcard

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — I’m still not sure what happened. Saturday’s matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and New York Knicks lost a whole lot of juice once it was revealed that Kristaps Porzingis would be sitting out with a sore knee. Sure, the Thunder were vulnerable, having just played a three-overtime game in Philadelphia the previous evening. True, Steven Adams was also out for OKC. But the...
  • 34 days ago
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Knicks 111, Thunder 96: Scenes from Michael Beasley’s triumphant return to MSG

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Guess who’s back...it’s B-Easy! It had been awhile—one game, in fact—but Michael Beasley finally made it back to Madison Square Garden after a brief Thursday night sojourn to Brooklyn. And the man known as SuperCool Beas (God’s Son) did not disappoint his legion of fan’s, dropping 30 points (on an ultra-efficient 11-18 shooting) to go along with 5 rebounds and 4 assists (!!!) to lead the ...
  • 35 days ago
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Watch Carmelo Anthony’s “Welcome Back” video tribute

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Welcome back. Former Knicks star Carmelo Anthony made his return to Madison Square Garden Saturday night, the first time he has been back since being traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder before training camp. The Knicks played a nice tribute video for him, and he received a rousing standing ovation from the New York crowd. The @nyknicks welcome back Carmelo Anthony to MSG! ...
  • 35 days ago
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A purely selfish reason Knicks fans should cheer Carmelo Anthony’s MSG return

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Let’s cheer him once, and be done with it. Carmelo Anthony returns to Madison Square Garden Saturday night for the first time Saturday night, which means a lot of talk about what exactly the Knicks fans have in store for their once-beloved superstar forward. Will the fans cheer, or will they boo? This article is directed toward any fan going to the game tonight who might feel...
  • 35 days ago
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Locked on Knicks, Episode 255: Knicks hold on against Nets, Kristaps leaves early

Posting and Toasting (James Marceda) — Or, The God of Road Wins Exacts Its Toll On today’s ‘sode I open my Locked on Notebook (it’s a Mead) and share assorted thoughts on the Knicks’ road victory over the VILE and LOATHSOME Brooklyn Nets. Then I recklessly speculate on the severity of Kristaps’ injury before discussing whether it’s ok to boo Melo in his return to New York. Listen!
  • 35 days ago
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Frank Ntilikina is steadily building his case alongside 2017-18’s excellent point guard class

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Maybe the best thing...after New York’s newest star. I’ve played piano for 35 years. One of my more FOH life dreams is to someday own a $200,000 Bosendorfer Imperial Grand. Unlikely dream #2? Watching the New York Knicks helmed by a high-IQ two-way point guard. After 25 games, crowned by this week’s performances against the L.A. Lakers and Brooklyn Nets, Frank Ntilikina is stoking...
  • 36 days ago
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Knicks 111, Nets 104: “Frank is growing up before our eyes.”

Posting and Toasting (MattRW) — Of course the Knicks couldn’t win a road game without suffering the loss of Kristaps Porzingis I would say that was a fun win (and it was!) but DAMMIT KRISTAPS SCARED THE CRAP OUT OF ME. Just after halftime, at 8:56 PM last night, Kristaps Porzingis left the game with a mysterious non-contact leg injury. And for 16 excruciating minutes, we all had to watch the game not knowing what had...
  • 36 days ago
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Knicks 111, Nets 104: Scenes from a gutty win marred by Kristaps Porzingis’s knee injury

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Please be OK, Kristaps. So, this game was...eventful. The Knicks took an 18-point lead, lost Kristaps Porzingis to a knee injury in the third quarter, gave up the lead in the blink of an eye, regained the lead and held off the Nets for a hard-fought 111-104 victory. Let’s start with the bad news: It was a non-contact injury for Porzingis, which is always scary. Porzingis...
  • 37 days ago
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