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Jeff Hornacek sees a future for Frank Ntilikina as Knicks starter

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Frank Ntilikina’s sore knee, which cost him the second half of Sunday’s loss to the Hawks, could keep him out of Tuesday’s game with the Bucks at the Garden. But coach Jeff Hornacek remains happy with the rookie’s development. He wouldn’t rule out the first-round pick from France becoming the starter at some point this...
  • 18 days ago
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Knicks get behind-the-scenes look at team they want to be

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks executives toured the Bucks’ new gold-standard practice site in downtown Milwaukee last Thursday. With the organization looking to remodel its Tarrytown digs, the tour’s host was former Knicks executive and current Bucks president Peter Feigin. “It’s gotten to be a few years old, so now they’re looking to renovate it,’’ Feigin told The Post....
  • 19 days ago
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Tim Hardaway faces the music after horrid late-game decision

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — A day later, Tim Hardaway Jr. was willing to accept the blame. He faced the music 24 hours after his late-game miscue contributed to a dreadful loss to the Hawks and and pointed the finger at himself, for his shooting woes and Sunday’s costly mental mistake. “These last two games are definitely on me,” Hardaway...
  • 19 days ago
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Willy Hernangomez wants Knicks to trade him now

NY Post (Post Sports Desk) — The Knicks now have two centers who want nothing to do with their team. Yahoo Sports reports that the representatives of promising big man Willy Hernangomez have asked the Knicks to trade him before Thursday’s deadline. The Spaniard — after a promising rookie season — has been relegated to the bench with the emergence of...
  • 19 days ago
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Another brutal loss tells us all we need to know about the Knicks

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Their All-Star played half the game like he was MIA. They managed, again, to turn certain victory into defeat. Players used words and phrases like “most embarrassing.” There was a call, legal it turned out, unlike anything seen in a while that had a crippling effect on their momentum. But one silver lining emerged for...
  • 19 days ago
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Trey Burke and Frank Ntilikina are heading opposite directions

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Trey Burke shined. Frank Ntilikina got hurt. And so it went in the ongoing point-guard soap opera between the newly signed former lottery pick, Burke, and the Knicks’ prized 2017 lottery pick from France. Ntilikina was shut down in the second half of Sunday’s horrifying, 99-96 matinee loss to with a sore right knee after...
  • 19 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis’ game gets worse the deeper you look

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — The box score was kinder to Kristaps Porzingis than the eye. Though Porzingis racked up 22 points, eight rebounds, five blocks and four steals — along with no assists and two turnovers — the Knicks’ only All-Star missed three fourth-quarter free throws in Sunday’s 99-96 loss to the Hawks, and allowed the NBA’s worst team...
  • 20 days ago
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Refs scrubbed a play from history in bizarre Knicks shafting

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — The Knicks didn’t need help finding a way to lose — just to do it in a way no one had ever seen. A few minutes before the Knicks suffered an embarrassing 99-96 loss to the NBA-worst Hawks, Madison Square Garden was as loud as it had been all Sunday afternoon, following Tim Hardaway Jr.’s...
  • 20 days ago
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Hardaway, Hawks and refs combine for unthinkable Knicks choke

NY Post (Marc Berman) — It was a Super Bowl Sunday implosion of epic proportions. The Knicks blew a four-point lead in the final minute in a ghastly 99-96 matinee defeat, with struggling Tim Hardaway Jr. making a series of disastrous misplays while the officiating took away one of his rare baskets. It was hard to believe how they blew...
  • 20 days ago
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Enes Kanter thinking of nothing else but playoffs

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Kristaps Porzingis has some company. He’s not the only one using the “P word” — playoffs — around the Knicks, not the only one hoping the front office opts to keep the team together rather than dealing assets before Thursday’s trade deadline. “I think right now, our only goal is making the playoffs,” Enes Kanter...
  • 20 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek wants Tim Hardaway Jr. to keep letting it fly

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Tim Hardaway Jr. kept on shooting, and he kept on missing, giving Knicks fans John Starks flashbacks. But Jeff Hornacek had no problem with Hardaway continuing to let it fly after his ghastly 1-for-14 performance in Friday night’s loss to the Bucks. He also went 0-for-9 from 3-point range. “You’ve seen over the years many...
  • 20 days ago
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The Phil Jackson Era isn’t over until his biggest stink bomb is gone

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — It’s easier to not hold a grudge, of course. It’s probably the right thing to do, the noble thing to do, the pathway toward good karma and better health. Grudges are ugly. Grudges diminish us. Grudges can turn the lining of your stomach into acid-washed torture. But in this case there’s really very little choice....
  • 21 days ago
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Trey Burke’s absence a head-scratcher in another Knicks flameout

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MILWAUKEE – Five observations from the Knicks’ 92-90 deflating loss Friday in Milwaukee. that ended a 20-game stretch in which 16 were away from the Garden. The Knicks fell to 6-14 during that stretch and into a 10th-place tie in the Eastern Conference with the Hornets, mostly because Tim Hardaway Jr. couldn’t tie his shoelaces...
  • 21 days ago
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Enes Kanter not letting 18 stitches in his mouth stop him

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MILWAUKEE — Enes Kanter seems to play better with a stitched-up mouth. He had another monstrous double-double outing Friday night, with 17 points and 18 rebounds, keeping the Knicks in the game throughout before Giannis Antetokounmpo’s game-winner in the Bucks’ 92-90 victory. Kanter has had 18 stitches sewn into his mouth since Monday, making it...
  • 21 days ago
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Knicks like rest of NBA learn the Greek Freak can’t be stopped

NY Post (Marc Berman) — MILWAUKEE — Ever since the Knicks released his brother Thanasis, Giannis Antetokounmpo has tortured the Knicks — and he did so again Friday night with a last-second driving lefty layup over Enes Kanter to give the Bucks a 92-90 victory at BMO Center. After Kanter missed inside, the Bucks had the ball with 22 seconds...
  • 21 days ago
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