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Jeremy Lin Is a Long Way (Emotionally) From Linsanity

NY Times (Benjamin Hoffman) — It has been an emotional few days for players in the N.B.A., but none struck a chord quite as much as Lin, a former star grappling with what could be the end of his career.
  • 75 days ago
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Zion Williamson Lives Up to the Hype, at Least for One Night

NY Times (Scott Cacciola) — Williamson, the New Orleans Pelicans’ rookie star, gave the fans what they wanted in his professional debut at summer league in Las Vegas: dunks and a glimpse of what could be.
  • 100 days ago
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Why Stars Won’t Come to the Knicks

NY Times (David Waldstein) — After winning just 17 games this season, the team targeted Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in free agency. They signed with the Nets. This was part of a pattern.
  • 101 days ago
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Durant and Irving Make the Nets New York’s True Players

NY Times (Marc Stein) — No matter how good or how bad, the Knicks have overshadowed the Nets. With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving now Brooklyn-bound, the spotlight is moving.
  • 104 days ago
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These Knicks Do Not Belong in Today’s N.B.A.

NY Times (Harvey Araton) — James L. Dolan has steered his laughingstock franchise off a cliff once again. The free agency snubs by Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving show that players know not to believe the hype.
  • 105 days ago
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The Knicks Are Fined $50,000 for Barring The Daily News

NY Times (Kevin Draper) — The team and the newspaper have a long-running feud over coverage. But the league said the Knicks violated a policy requiring access to some events.
  • 112 days ago
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What the Knicks Need Is Out There, but the Nets Can Snatch It Away

NY Times (Scott Cacciola) — The signing of Kevin Durant this summer in free agency was expected to fix New York basketball. Too bad for the Knicks that also could mean the Nets.
  • 115 days ago
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Losing the Lottery Might Be the Least of the Knicks’ Problems

NY Times (Harvey Araton) — The promise of Zion Williamson was ejected from Madison Square Garden, a reminder of how difficult it will be for the Knicks to return to the center of the N.B.A. universe.
  • 152 days ago
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N.B.A. Draft Lottery Recap: Pelicans Win No. 1 Pick, and the Right to Select Zion Williamson

NY Times (Benjamin Hoffman) — New Orleans faces the decision of whether to select the N.B.A.’s most hyped prospect since LeBron James or to trade the pick for a king’s ransom of assets.
  • 152 days ago
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In the N.B.A. Lottery, the Knicks Will Take Their 14 Percent Shot at Zion Williamson

NY Times (Marc Stein) — Under the previous lottery system, the Knicks — by finishing with the league’s worst record — would have had a 25 percent chance at getting the Duke star.
  • 154 days ago
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Knicks Fans Dream of Durant and Irving. Will Dolan Be the Nightmare?

NY Times (DAVID WALDSTEIN and KELLY WHITESIDE) — The Knicks could be a superteam next season. Or their owner, James L. Dolan, could mess it all up. What’s a fan to believe?
  • 178 days ago
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Four Forgettable Years Later, Playoff Basketball Returns to New York

NY Times (VICTOR MATHER) — Derrick Rose. Jeremy Lin. Kristaps Porzingis. Dwight Howard. All came and went for the Knicks and Nets during the city’s tumultuous N.B.A. playoff drought.
  • 180 days ago
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Porzingis and Mavericks Project Business as Usual, Even if It Isn’t

NY Times (MARC STEIN and KEVIN DRAPER) — As Dallas routed the Philadelphia 76ers and Kristaps Porzingis cheered his new team, an investigation of a rape claim against the former Knick proceeded in New York.
  • 194 days ago
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Cal Ramsey, Knicks Broadcaster and Community Representative, Dies at 81

NY Times (RICHARD GOLDSTEIN) — A standout player at N.Y.U., he had a brief N.B.A. career but made his mark as a color commentator and the team’s link to the youth of New York.
  • 203 days ago
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‘Hello, Kevin Knox.’ A Knicks Rookie Breaks Out.

NY Times (KELLY WHITESIDE) — Knox, 19 and still adjusting to N.B.A. life, scored 19 points in the Knicks’ victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.
  • 210 days ago
  • Hits: 162

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