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What set James Dolan off in bitter feud against Maggie Gray, WFAN

NY Post (Justin Terranova) — It was what happened after Maggie Gray’s furious rant that appears to have set James Dolan off. The Knicks and Rangers owner gave a rare interview with ESPN recently, where he touched on a number of subjects and controversies that have surrounded his tenure. The most recent feud is with WFAN and Gray, who called...
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How much it’d take for James Dolan to think about selling Knicks

NY Post (Mark W. Sanchez) — It would take one hell of a GoFundMe. James Dolan did not rule out selling the Knicks in an ESPN feature published Monday, saying he has gotten “feelers” by potential buyers, but not yet a solid offer that made sense and cents. Those overtures have been around $5 billion, Dolan said, for a franchise that...
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Report: James Dolan open to selling Knicks

NY Daily News (Stefan Bondy) — There is hope Knicks fans. James Dolan, who doesn’t like being berated in public for being an unpopular owner, has not ruled out selling the Knicks or Rangers. In a lengthy profile on ESPN meant to portray Dolan as a shrewd businessman who no longer meddles with the Knicks, Dolan acknowledged that...
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Double-double machine Kanter knows most important number

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — Enes Kanter posted his 20th double-double this season — a 20-point, 15-rebound outing in Sunday’s 110-99 loss to the Pacers. Kanter, a traditional low-post center, even bagged a 3-pointer — his fifth this season. His numbers are All-Star worthy and he’s playing for a new contract. Because of his enormous cap hold, it...
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Kevin Knox faces draft buddy as free-throw problem worsens

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — Across the past seven games, Kevin Knox has come on offensively, even if his free-throw shooting is a puzzling mess. Knox regained his starting slot the past four games, so it’s a good time to face Phoenix’s rookie small forward, Mikal Bridges, who also is starting for the moribund Suns and making a...
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Knicks follow up inspiring victory with dud vs. Pacers

NY Daily News Victor Oladipo scored 26 points, Myles Turner had 24 and the Indiana Pacers beat the Knicks 110-99 on Sunday for their seventh straight victory. Oladipo added eight rebounds and seven assists, while Turner finished with six rebounds and two blocks. He also halted the Knicks' momentum on a fast...
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Knicks’ shooting is downright embarrassing as a game gets away

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — There is no big body of water in this heartland city, but if there were, the Knicks couldn’t have thrown the ball into it Sunday. At Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the Knicks were throwing up bricks and some airballs and were beaten by the Pacers 110-99 after wasting a rare but solid defensive performance....
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Lance Thomas’ return gives Knicks a Noah Vonleh dilemma

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — Remember Lance Thomas? He’s back. The longest-tenured Knick will return to action after arthroscopic knee surgery when the Knicks face the Pacers on Sunday at 5 p.m. The 30-year-old Thomas has been out for five weeks but with little fanfare, as coach David Fizdale focused on heavy playing time for his young charges....
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Luke Kornet’s big chance with the Knicks has arrived

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — While rookie center Mitchell Robinson can jump to Pluto, Luke Kornet can’t jump at all. At least not according to Knicks coach David Fizdale. When asked if the 7-foot-1, second-year brainiac out of Vanderbilt is a sneaky shotblocker, Fizdale said: “He’s got good anticipation. He can only jump over an envelope, but he’s...
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David Fizdale: Why this Bulls mess couldn’t happen to Knicks

NY Post (Marc Berman) — INDIANAPOLIS — Despite a 9-21 record through 30 games, first-year Knicks coach David Fizdale hasn’t found the need to stage a practice after a back-to-back set — a traditional NBA no-no. However, his comeback-kid Knicks have never fallen by 56 points. If they had, it wouldn’t be out of the realm of possibility. Fizdale believes...
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Sometimes the Road Less Taken Also Leads to the N.B.A.

NY Times (KELLY WHITESIDE) — Consider the Knicks: Their rookie center, Mitchell Robinson, took a year off rather than play in college, and a starting guard, Emmanuel Mudiay, skipped college to play in China.
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Mitchell Robinson, Frank Ntilikina injuries dampen night

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As center Luke Kornet and point guard Emmanuel Mudiay became heroes Friday against the Hornets, Mitchell Robinson and Frank Ntilikina became casualties — each suffering an ankle sprain in the Knicks’ 126-124 overtime victory. In a scary moment, Robinson, the Knicks’ rookie project, landed awkwardly on his left ankle after snatching a...
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Unlikely heroes lead Knicks to shocking overtime victory

NY Post (Marc Berman) — CHARLOTTE — This time the comeback stuck. Point guard Emmanuel Mudiay and unlikely center Luke Kornet rallied the Knicks from an awful first half during which they trailed by 21 points to stun Charlotte 126-124 in overtime at Spectrum Center to break a five-game losing streak. In a wild one, Mudiay electrified in the second...
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Emmanuel Mudiay's career night helps Knicks stage frenzied comeback to beat Hornets in OT

NY Daily News (Stefan Bondy) — As bad as the Knicks have been this season, they rarely fold under David Fizdale. And on Friday, the fight was rewarded with an improbable comeback victory. Emmanuel Mudiay dropped a career-high 34 points as the Knicks recovered from a 21-point deficit to stun the Hornets in overtime, 126-124,...
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Allonzo Trier doesn’t want to hear from fake friends after deal

NY Post (Greg Joyce) — Allonzo Trier would like to know where all these people were when his bank account wasn’t so full. The Knicks’ undrafted rookie, who earned a two-year, $6.8 million contract Thursday after impressing on his two-way G-League deal, wasn’t falling for some of his supposed friends who have since checked in with him. “I appreciate the...
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