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Celtics 114, Knicks 98: Scenes from Jayson Tatum hitting the gas late

Posting and Toasting (Russell_Richardson) — Photo by Maddie Malhotra/Getty Images The Knicks shoot over 40% from deep again, but can’t overcome the absence of RJ Barrett in a beantown loss. Two Eastern Conference rivals squared off tonight when the New York Knicks (5-5) challenged the Boston Celtics (8-2). After stumbling through the first few games (including an opening night loss to these same Celts), New York’s...
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P&T Player of the Week for November 5 - 12: RJ Barrett

Posting and Toasting (SamStein) — Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images Consistency goes a long way in the profession. Finally, some good news to share! After a sluggish start to the season, the New York Knicks seem to have gotten back on course. The team turned in a fantastic week, posting victories against the Clippers, Spurs, and Hornets, respectively. The offense finally started to click, and as a...
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Game Preview: Knicks at Celtics, November 13, 2023

Posting and Toasting (Kento Kato) — Tough test to kick off a tough part of the sched The Knicks and Celtics both went into their season opening matchup with a lot of high hopes and expectations for the season. New York was coming off of it’s deepest playoff run in a decade and had not only secured Josh Hart to an extension, but had also acquired free agent guard, Donte DiVincenzo. Boston, like New York, was coming off it’s...
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The most impressive thing behind RJ Barrett’s early season success

Posting and Toasting (Kento Kato) — Photo by Elsa/Getty Images It’s finally happening. Improved shooting percentages. That will likely be the first thing you look at and point to when discussing the big difference with RJ Barrett this year. And you would not be wrong to do so. The fifth year wing is currently shooting 49% from the field, 85% the free throw line, and most importantly, 50% from three. So far,...
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Knicks 129, Hornets 107: “Solid win over a weird team”

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Walkthrough completed, Charlotte deleted. There is this thing teams do in the NFL when they stage a practice on Friday only for them to dress in shorts and jerseys, goof around, run some soft drills, and complete a walkthrough before the real action happens on Sunday. That’s pretty much what the New York Knicks did at MSG when they hosted the visiting...
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Knicks 129, Hornets 107: Scenes from a total team effort

Posting and Toasting (Russell_Richardson) — Photo by Elsa/Getty Images RJ Barrett, Jalen Brunson, and Julius Randle score over 20 apiece, again, to lead the Knicks in a Sunday matinee victory over the Charlotte Hornets. A Knicks matinee game provided a welcome reprieve from my leaf-raking today. As a bonus, I got to watch the most complete Knicks victory of the season. Not a bad Sunday! The Charlotte Hornets are a...
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Preview of the Knicks’ upcoming week, Nov. 12-18

Posting and Toasting (Russell_Richardson) — Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports Five games in seven days, mostly on the road, with stops in Boston, Atlanta, Washington, and Charlotte. A busy week awaits the Knickerbockers. Five games are on the slate, including a four-game road trip along the coast and another NBA Cupper. Knicks vs Hornets, Sunday, November 12, 12 pm EST, MSG TV The Charlotte Hornets certainly have a...
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Michell Robinson is doing everything to be crowned Defensive Player of the Year

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Getty/chapulana | Getty/chapulana And he should, because Mitch is not a dud. Mark Eaton, Dennis Rodman, Ben Wallace. The common denominator among those three strong men: winning the Defensive Player of the Year award at least twice each in individual seasons in which they scored fewer than 10 PPG. Get the hell outta here if you are one of those claiming Mitchell Robinson’s...
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Julius Randle confirms reports, questions “naive” expectations

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images “Just be Julius off the bat? Kinda naive!” It turned out the sources were right . Julius Randle practiced with his New York Knicks teammates on Friday ahead of the matinee matchup against the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday, confirming the reports leaked on Thursday. Shout out to Fred Katz of The Athletic as he was the first...
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Carmelo Anthony: The NBA has moved from “ring culture” to “money bags”

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Melo’s thoughts on plenty of topics while promoting Tequila bottles. Breaking news: Carmelo Anthony is enjoying his life. Not quite shocking, I know. Melo has partnered with 1800 Tequila for a collaboration with his own brand STAYME7O. The folks have cooked a collection of items ranging from a varsity jacket to a hoodie, a hat ( of course! ),...
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Jalen Brunson: Steady but shooting numbers down to start the season

Posting and Toasting (Jwiesel13) — Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images He’ll figure it out. After Jalen Brunson’s wildly successful first season with the Knicks , expectations were high coming into the 2023-24 NBA season. Many felt Brunson was an All-Star snub and that his strong play deserved a spot. The Knick's point guard didn’t let the snub bother him; he used it to make everyone look foolish. ...
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Immanuel Quickley’s new weapon

Posting and Toasting (Kento Kato) — Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images This season, he’s been on a completely different level. Following a breakout third season in which he averaged 14.9 PPG and 3.4 APG and finished as a Sixth Man of the Year finalist, all eyes were on Immanuel Quickley coming into the season. Fans and analysts alike wanted to see if he could have a repeat performance, or better yet,...
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P&T interview with New York City legend and All-Star, Kenny Anderson, Part One

Posting and Toasting (AndrewPolaniecki) — Hangin’ with Mr. Chibbs, Pt. 1, in which the All-Star discusses his childhood in NYC, becoming a sensation at Molloy High School, and his Georgia Tech career. Kenny Anderson is a true legend in the heart of New York City. His journey to greatness began at an incredibly young age, even before he reached double digits. By the time he entered the 6th grade, Anderson had already earned...
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Tom Thibodeau: “If you follow the analytics blindly, you’d be making a mistake“

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images Rest assured, Thibs still loves Net Rating. Nobody is convincing me it isn’t a story to promote the wonderful work done by the NBA and the folks from Synergy Sport, but here we are. 16 cameras in each NBA arena! Ball-tracking at 60 frames per second! Enhanced subscriptions! OPPONENTS DOMINATION! (For what’s worth, Stefan Bondy got the scoop...
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Report: Julius Randle played hurt, “resisted to rest”

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images Sources say Randle has “operated at 70 percent” for the first week-and-change. Questions answered, problem solved? According to sources quoted by Stefan Bondy of the New York Post in a revealing story published on Thursday, Nov. 9, Julius Randle was “operating at about ‘70 percent’” throughout the first few games of the season. Bondy’s...
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