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Tim Hardaway Jr. appreciates Jeff Hornacek let him call a play

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Tim Hardaway Jr. says his chance to draw up a play with a clipboard in the fourth quarter of a one-point game at Charlotte on Monday was genuine boost to his relationship with Jeff Hornacek. Nobody knows exactly what transpired to prompt Hornacek to spontaneously hand over the clipboard to the Knicks swingman, but Hardaway...
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Emmanuel Mudiay on the attack coming off Knicks bench

Newsday Emmanuel Mudiay says his mentality isn't different whether he starts or comes off the bench. But his play has been.
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Emmanuel Mudiay’s demotion is just what he needed

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Leave it to Walt Frazier to paint it most properly in Philadelphia. “Every time I give up on [Emmanuel] Mudiay,” the MSG Network analyst said, “he comes up with a good game.” It’s actually two good games, as Mudiay is suddenly thriving in his demoted role off the bench after crashing and burning as a...
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Enes Kanter guts it out after taking hard hit by countryman

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Enes Kanter could barely walk in the visitor’s locker room after Wednesday’s 118-101 Knicks loss to the 76ers still racked with back pain after a hard fall. He hobbled down the hallway for X-rays that were negative. It was as tough to watch as these past five Knicks seasons. The fact Kanter, who...
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Knicks hope their process turns out the way it did for 76ers

Newsday PHILADELPHIA -- The Knicks have lost nearly as much as the 76ers in recent years, but Philadelphia trusted the process and it has paid off.
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Knicks show just how far away they are from the 76ers’ level

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Everything’s changed at Wells Fargo Center except the moribund Knicks. The telltale sign is the paucity of Knicks jerseys in the crowd and lack of cheers for the road team. Once the Knicks’ home away from home during the depressing “Trust The Process’’ seasons, the Broad Street arena and its team are firing...
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Can the Knicks imitate the Sixers and make a similar turnaround?

NY Daily News (Frank Isola) — Remember, it's a process. But do you trust it?
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Why Knicks still believe in their own complicated rookie point guard

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Frank Ntilikina’s rookie season has been a cakewalk compared with Philadelphia’s No. 1-overall pick, Markelle Fultz, who has reportedly battled an odd physical and mental issue that forced him to relearn his shot. After not playing since October, Fultz made his return Monday, when Ntilikina’s roller-coaster season saw a high and then a...
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Knicks Close Out Road Trip in Philly

NBA.com: nyknicks.com 5 Things to Know, by Chris Henderson
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Knick getting rookie treatment from refs, and Hornacek loves it

NY Post (Marc Berman) — PHILADELPHIA — Luke Kornet got paid the ultimate compliment from Jeff Hornacek. The Knicks coach has lobbied on the rookie center’s behalf with the officiating. In the back-to-back set Sunday and Monday against the Wizards and Hornets, Kornet banged bodies with two of the NBA’s behemoths in Marcin Gortat and Dwight Howard. And the lithe...
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Jeff Hornacek likely doomed due to relationship with team

NY Daily News (Frank Isola) — Jeff Van Gundy: “if they can’t get you on results they’ll get you on relationships.”
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Knicks rookie Damyean Dotson tries to stay upbeat despite limited opportunities

Newsday As the Knicks' season winds down, rookie Damyean Dotson is still waiting for his shot.
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The Knicks’ Jeff Hornacek rebellion is growing quickly

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It wasn’t hard reading lips when an irate Kyle O’Quinn screamed profanities at Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek on Friday at the Garden when he came to the bench. And it was evident when Joakim Noah laced into Hornacek and needed to be restrained last month at a Denver practice that the exiled...
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Enes Kanter needed a change — but it might not affect Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — This doesn’t mean Knicks center Enes Kanter is opting out, but he’s ready to sign with a new agent — the highly regarded Mark Bartelstein, who runs Priority Sports, according to an industry source. Kanter, who has one year left on his contract worth $18.6 million, is expected to sign with Bartelstein...
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