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Hornacek admits reality: Carmelo holds cards for trade

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ATLANTA — Jeff Hornacek hasn’t yet said he wants Carmelo Anthony to stay — but finally acknowledged the Knicks star can’t be traded unless he agrees to it. In recent days, Hornacek has talked about Anthony dealing with trade rumors as every player does but admitted Sunday Anthony doesn’t have to go anywhere if he...
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An all-time Knicks marathon becomes an all-time heartache

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ATLANTA — By the time this historic, four-overtime classic ended, it felt like the trading deadline had already passed. Carmelo Anthony had long fouled out after his big-time, 45-point game as the Knicks played their second four-overtime game in history — the other one coming on Jan. 23, 1951. The depleted Knicks, missing four of...
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You can’t blame Derrick Rose for this Bulls implosion

NY Post (Marc Berman) — ATLANTA – Things are a soap opera in New York but perhaps not as tawdry as in Chicago. And Derrick Rose isn’t the culprit. Rose, who likely will miss the next three games with a sprained left ankle, including Sunday’s encounter in Atlanta, was blamed for a lot of last season’s Bulls turmoil. Things are now...
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Knicks-Nets New York rivalry went from boom to bust

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — The Knicks visit the Nets on Wednesday night at Barclays Center, and if you didn’t have that game circled on your calendar … well, it’s hard to blame you. The Knicks are a tire fire, the Nets a dumpster fire. The Knicks are hapless, the Nets hopeless. None of those things makes for a particularly...
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Courtney Lee finally started to listen to Jeff Hornacek

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Like a dutiful student, Knick Courtney Lee simply did as he was told. “I’m just trying to be more aggressive and take those shots. Coach has shown me film and the shots I’ve passed up, areas where I could be more aggressive,” Lee said of his season-long chats with coach Jeff Hornacek. “That’s all I’m...
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Derrick Rose’s ankle will begin to cost the Knicks

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — In Knicks news not actually contingent upon Carmelo Anthony, point guard Derrick Rose is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game at Atlanta. Rose sprained his left ankle in Friday’s 110-107 win over the Hornets at the Garden. He landed on the foot of Hornets All-Star Kemba Walker, left with 4:19 remaining in the third quarter...
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Reliving the phenomenon that still seems impossible: Linsanity

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — It lasted 11 games. It was confined to 19 days. It spanned two countries and four cities, and there was a moment in the middle there when you started to wonder if your eyes were playing Jedi mind tricks on you. These things simply don’t happen, not in professional sports, not in the 21st Century,...
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Knicks see their route to playoffs (really!) as Carmelo dangles

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The rumors fly — everywhere and virtually every day. Reports concerning Carmelo Anthony and a possible trade have dominated the Knicks’ landscape in recent days. Through it all, his teammates support Anthony … while talking about and trying to focus on the playoffs. Cue the Jim Mora video: “Playoffs? … You kidding me? Playoffs?” “The...
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Muslim ex-Knick after Trump ban: Today I found out I’m hated

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — The refugee ban that President Donald Trump signed Friday echoed around the NBA, from questions about whether the immigration order would extend to current players to concerns about how Muslims are viewed in the U.S. Milwaukee’s Thon Maker was born in what today is South Sudan, but was accepted as a refugee in Australia to escape war....
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Patrick Ewing knows the vortex Carmelo Anthony’s caught up in

NY Post (George Willis) — Patrick Ewing was back in the World’s Most Famous Arena on Friday night resuming his role as arguably the world’s most famous Knick. At age 54, he’s an assistant coach for the Hornets these days, but he might as well have been running for Mayor of New York with all the handshakes being exchanged a...
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Kemba Walker’s path: From UConn champ to NBA All-Star

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Kemba Walker remembered his first day talking with Hornets coach Steve Clifford. Something stuck with him. “Since Day 1,” Walker said, “he’s told me that I can be an All-Star in this league and it’s up to me, the work I put into my game, things like that. “He was right.” Walker this week became...
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Jeff Hornacek on Derrick Rose’s ankle: ‘It’s nothing major’

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks may have come out smelling like roses in beating the Hornets on Friday, but they had to finish the game without Derrick Rose. Rose hurt his left ankle after stepping on Kemba Walker’s foot. He departed with 4:19 left in the third quarter and never returned. Rose was not in the locker room...
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Kristaps Porzingis wants ‘great leader’ Carmelo to stay

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The fans at the Garden who booed and jeered Friday night as Carmelo Anthony labored through a 1-of-6 shooting fourth quarter — though his one make was huge — no doubt want him on the first plane, train or automobile out of town. But there is at least one guy who maintains faith in Anthony...
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Carmelo’s clutch bucket saves Knicks as trade talk swirls

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Carmelo Anthony struggled through a poor shooting night amid some boo Friday nights, but the Knicks rallied late behind back-to-back 3-pointers by Courtney Lee and Brandon Jennings. And when they needed the clincher, Anthony provided it — hitting a 14-foot fallaway from the left of the lane over Michael Kidd-Gilchrist with 13 seconds left as...
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Doc Rivers: I’d trade my son, if Clippers-Knicks talks went there

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Clippers coach/GM Doc Rivers removed one potential obstacle to a Carmelo Anthony deal, saying he would trade his son, Austin Rivers, if he had to. Austin Rivers likely would be the centerpiece of a trade with the Knicks for Anthony. Knicks president Phil Jackson, GM Steve Mills and Jeff Hornacek met with Rivers in Orlando...
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