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Knicks just saw the many reasons Kevin Durant would pick Clippers

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Two hours before tip-off of Sunday’s noon matinee 124-113 loss to the Clippers, James Dolan entered a near-empty Knicks locker room with one of his young sons. The boy immediately spotted last Sunday’s LeBron James slayer, Mario Hezonja. “The Croatian sensation,” the youngster shouted. Dolan and his son chatted up Hezonja for a few minutes...
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Frank Ntilikina, Kevin Knox go down in awful few minutes for Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — With the Knicks potentially facing their season’s 60th loss, they were dealt a double whammy in the first half of Sunday’s matinee against the Clippers when their last two lottery picks went down. Rookie Kevin Knox, who had scored 11 points in the half, was lost for the game with a sprained right ankle after...
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The all-time best players who were ‘lifers’ with their NY teams

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — Now that Mike Trout is signing for what will surely be the balance of his career to play for the Angels, he has a distinct opportunity to join what has become a shrinking club: the great player who plays every moment of his career for one team. This is something that fascinates us as sports...
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Kevin Knox wants future Knicks’ Marches to have Kentucky feel

NY Post (Peter Botte) — A year ago at this time, Kevin Knox was another member of the Kentucky basketball factory, albeit with his freshman season ending abruptly in a heartbreaking loss to Kansas State in the Sweet 16. The rookie forward has endured both high and low stretches within his game during his first year with the league-worst Knicks,...
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Fizdale sets long-term award goal for ‘uncanny’ Mitchell Robinson

NY Post (Peter Botte) — David Fizdale believes Mitchell Robinson’s “natural” and “uncanny” shot-blocking abilities will one day make him a candidate for the NBA’s defensive player of the year award. The Knicks’ 7-foot-1 second-round pick has managed at least two blocked shots in 21 straight appearances entering Sunday’s home game against the Clippers. Robinson, who didn’t play college ball...
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Frank Ntilikina returns, but Knicks thrashed by Nuggets

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Frank Ntilikina warned his return “was not going to be perfect.’’ And he was right — from a scoring standpoint. Ntilikina contributed energetic defense and some playmaking Friday night, but it was hardly enough for the listless Knicks to avoid a 111-93 blowout loss to the Nuggets at the Garden. Still rusty with his shot...
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Easing Knicks fans’ fears and confusion about hiking ticket prices

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Even if the Knicks win May’s lottery for the chance to select Duke superstar Zion Williamson or sign Kevin Durant, owner James Dolan is sticking to his policy of not raising season-ticket prices next season, The Post has learned. This will be the sixth straight year Dolan won’t raise season-ticket prices, as his policy is...
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Ja Morant’s dad heats up battle with Zion Williamson for No. 1 pick

NY Post (Kyle Schnitzer) — Ja Morant’s dad has sent a message to Zion Williamson. Just about all draft boards predict Williamson will go No. 1 (and perhaps to the Knicks) in the upcoming draft, but after Morant’s superstar show in 12th-seeded Murray State’s blowout upset over fifth-seeded Marquette, his father thinks he should be going before the Duke star....
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Willis Reed gives Knicks reason to believe future can be bright

NY Post (Peter Botte) — If nothing else, the Knicks have enjoyed a “Who’s Who” series of guest speakers with strong franchise ties throughout this lost season. Coach David Fizdale may have saved the biggest and best boldfaced name for last, with Hall of Fame big man and team legend Willis Reed addressing the lottery-bound Knicks at practice Friday in...
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The Frank Ntilikina wait continues after Knicks practice

NY Post (Peter Botte) — The Knicks still haven’t fully committed to Frank Ntilikina’s return to the lineup. The second-year guard took part in a light practice Thursday at the team’s facility, but David Fizdale wasn’t ready to say Ntilikina would make his first appearance in nearly two months Friday night against Denver at the Garden. “We didn’t do a...
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Zion Williamson confirms the Knicks’ interest is mutual

NY Post (Steve Serby) — COLUMBIA, S.C. — Zion Williamson sent the hearts of Knicks fans aflutter again on Thursday, the eve of his first March Madness game against North Dakota State. “I would love to play for the Knicks,” he said. Asked what he knows about the Knicks, Williamson said: “It’s an historic franchise.” The Knicks, of course, crave...
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NCAA Tournament reminds Allonzo Trier of the worst — and Zion

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks rookie Allonzo Trier will watch the first round of the NCAA Tournament — and Zion Williamson. But it may all bring back some tough memories of a year ago. Trier’s red-hot Arizona Wildcats were stunned, 89-68, in the first round last March by the mid-major University at Buffalo, a SUNY school. Trier, who scored...
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Donovan Mitchell lights up Knicks as Ntilikina sits again

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Frank Ntilikina, the Knicks’ 2017 lottery pick, was held out again and the Westchester County product the franchise bypassed that year, Donovan Mitchell, lit up the Garden in his homecoming for 30 points in 29 minutes in a 137-116 rout by the Jazz on Wednesday night. As the Knicks began their six-game homestand disastrously, Ntilikina...
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‘Funky’ Porzingis situation forced my son off Knicks: Tim Hardaway Sr.

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Hall of Fame finalist Tim Hardaway Sr. realizes his son likely would still be a Knick if Kristaps Porzingis had wanted part of David Fizdale’s program. The Jan. 29 trade left his son “disappointed’’ and the father surprised the 7-foot-3 Latvian didn’t want to play for Fizdale, whom Hardaway Sr. had known in Miami. While...
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Final stretch stands between the Knicks and historic futility

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The season mercifully will be over soon, but first the Knicks will stage a six-game homestand that will determine whether they go down as the most dreadful team in franchise history. The Knicks (14-57) need to go 4-7 in their final 11 games to avoid the franchise record for futility. Derek Fisher’s 2014-15 club had...
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