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Taj Gibson’s homecoming with Knicks means everything to ailing dad

NY Post (Marc Berman) — At some point this season, Wilbert Gibson, former Brooklyn carpenter and furniture mover, will make his way to the Garden and watch his son Taj play for the Knicks. It may not be for the Garden’s opener Oct. 26 versus the Celtics. It may not be in November. But it will be sometime this season....
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Development-focused Knicks add ex-Westchester coach Mike Miller to staff

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Knicks have rounded out their coaching staff, with former Westchester coach Mike Miller moving up to join David Fizdale’s staff in the Garden for next season, and his former assistant Derrick Alston taking over the G League reins. Miller — not the former NBA champ with the Heat, but the 55-year-old coach — won...
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NBA rookies say Cam Reddish will have best career of 2019 class

NY Post (Michael Blinn) — Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett stole plenty of headlines leading up to and after the 2019 NBA Draft, but it was the third member of the famed Duke freshman trio that has rookies watching closely. In the NBA’s annual rookie survey, Cam Reddish, picked by the Atlanta Hawks at No. 10, is expected to have...
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Ex-Knicks star John Starks: ‘I think it’s gonna be our year’

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Months of dreaming were destroyed in minutes. Nine years after coming nowhere close to landing LeBron James — and 2010’s other A-list free agents — the Knicks again cleared cap space for two max-salary players, then watched another acclaimed crop of All-Stars bypass the long-suffering franchise. Even worse was knowing that Kevin Durant and Kyrie...
  • 7 days ago
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Terry Rozier talks Knicks about-face and ‘great dude’ Kyrie Irving

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The Knicks whiffed on a Kevin Durant-Kyrie Irving duo, watching the All-Stars head across town to Brooklyn in free agency. Turns out they even got Irving’s backup with the Celtics snatched out from under them, too. After thinking they had Terry Rozier on a one-year deal, the Knicks saw the point guard change his mind...
  • 8 days ago
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Kristaps Porzingis boasting jacked arms ahead of NBA return

NY Post (Justin Tasch) — Watch out, Knicks. Kristaps Porzingis is coming. The former Knicks star, who missed the entire 2019-20 NBA season recovering from a torn ACL and was traded to the Mavericks at the deadline, posted a photo on Instagram Wednesday of him looking jacked while working out as he fills out his 7-foot-3 frame ahead of his...
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Elfrid Payton Sr. happy underdogs Knicks added his son

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Pelicans had started last season 4-0 when their starting point guard, Elfrid Payton injured his ankle. Nothing went right thereafter, including Anthony Davis’ demand to be traded. Elfrid Payton Sr., a Louisiana native and former star defensive end in the Canadian Football League, believes Pelicans history would have changed had his son not gone...
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Knicks schedule: Kyrie Irving’s New York reality comes early

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks will open their season with two road games — in San Antonio on Oct. 23 then an early meeting in Brooklyn against Kyrie Irving’s Nets on Oct. 25th, the league announced on Monday. As reported earlier, the Knicks’ home opener is Oct. 26 vs. Boston and Enes Kanter — the second night of...
  • 10 days ago
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Knicks will host Celtics in home opener on Oct. 26

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The Knicks’ home opener will take place Saturday, Oct. 26 vs. the revamped Celtics at the Garden, The Post has learned. The immediate Celtics visit means ex-Knick center Enes Kanter will make an early Garden return. It also will give new Knicks forward Marcus Morris, who played for the Celtics, a chance to go against...
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Where Knicks’ RJ Barrett stands in continued development

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks rookie RJ Barrett finished summer league in July with a flourish following a horrendous start and hopes he will carry that improvement over. However, it won’t be with Team Canada at the World Cup in China. Though his father, Rowan, is the general manager of Team Canada, Barrett elected to show up for the...
  • 11 days ago
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Trading Kristaps Porzingis was right move even with Durant snub

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Taken at face value, Kevin Durant’s silence-breaking remarks this week indicated the Knicks were never on his radar — just Brooklyn. Most NBA cognoscenti, however, were skeptical about that comment. But even if Knicks president Steve Mills was misled by Durant’s agent and manager Rich Kleiman, it doesn’t change the franchise’s view that it did...
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Knicks’ Mitchell Robinson dealing with knee injury at Team USA camp

NY Post (Marc Berman) — There is online footage out of Team USA’s Las Vegas scrimmages of Knicks center Mitchell Robinson making a disruptive contest of De’Aaron Fox driving to the bucket, resulting in a turnover. However, in his return to Las Vegas, Robinson has mostly been on the sidelines during his week as a member of the US Select...
  • 14 days ago
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Kevin Durant tell-all: It was never the Knicks, always the Nets

NY Post (Mark Fischer) — Kevin Durant finally has broken his silence. And his words likely will trigger Knicks fans’ pain — and delight Nets fans big time. “If I was leaving the Warriors, it was always going to be for the Nets,” Durant told Yahoo Sports in his first comments since his stunning free-agency decision. “They got the pieces...
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Kenyon Martin: Knicks’ free-agency disasters start with James Dolan

NY Post (Howie Kussoy) — Kenyon Martin’s 15-year career included a brief, 54-game stint with the Knicks. It was enough to see why they have the NBA’s worst record this century. Following another disappointing offseason, in which two of the best free agents in years (Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving) chose to play in New York, but bypassed the city’s most...
  • 16 days ago
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DeAndre Jordan plans on adapting his game to fit with Nets

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — The NBA is like evolution. And Nets center DeAndre Jordan knows it’s adapt or die. Last season with the Knicks wasn’t Jordan’s best, in terms of either playing time or production, and scouts told The Post he’s not as mobile at 31 as he was at 21. But Jordan said he’s learned from last season,...
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