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Sources: Teams Have Inquired on Courtney Lee, Tim Hardaway Jr.

Basketball Insiders (Basketball Insiders) — Teams have asked the Knicks about [Tim] Hardaway Jr. and [Courtney] Lee, according to league sources, but the Knicks have been adamant about not attaching assets to move them. Maybe a playoff team in need of scoring or wings will accede at some point and offer the Knicks a worthwhile return, or maybe the pressure […]
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Houston Rockets vs. New York Knicks game preview

The Dream Shake (ak2themax) — For the first time in forever a long time, the Rockets are playing a team that they 100% should beat. The New York Knicks are 10-35 and have lost six games in a row and 19 of their last 21. A lot of their struggles this year point to a problem that Rockets fans can relate to: an injured star. Kristaps Porzingis tore his ACL last season in February and remains out. While it’s probably...
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Paul George joined Knicks fans in cheering for Raymond Felton (VIDEO)

NBCSports.com: ProBasketballTalk (Dane Delgado) — Felton played for the Knicks for three seasons over two stays.
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Preview: OKC welcomes Blazers to the Peake for key Northwest showdown

SBN: Welcome to Loud City (J.A. Sherman) — The Thunder will need another focused effort to slow down the Blazers. Game: Oklahoma City Thunder vs Portland Trail Blazers Time: 7PM CST Location: Chesapeake Arena, OKC Broadcast: NBATV Counterpart: Blazers Edge *** The Thunder welcome the Trail Blazers to the ‘Peake tonight to play the second game in their regular season series. In their first game, the Thunder came out with a...
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Orlando Magic Weekly Power Rankings

SBN: Orlando Pinstriped Post (Mike Cali) — How did the Magic fare in NBA Power Rankings around the web? The Magic’s up-and-down season continues on the court and in the NBA Power Rankings. After jumping a few spots last week in most rankings thanks to back-to-back wins over the Boston Celtics and Houston Rockets, the Magic dropped back down after a three-game losing streak. They snapped that streak with a win over the Hawks, though...
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Morning Magic: Your daily headlines

SBN: Orlando Pinstriped Post (Mike Cali) — A round-up of Orlando Magic content from around the web We gather all Magic content from around the web and deliver it to you. Consider it one-stop shopping for all Magic headlines. But first... Magic Tweet of the Day . @OrlandoMagic G Evan Fournier on impassioned speech given by Nikola Vucevic Sat: "We’re not stupid; we know that if we don’t make the playoffs this year, this is...
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NBA appears headed to Paris for game next season

NBCSports.com: ProBasketballTalk (Kurt Helin) — The New York Knicks and Washington Wizards spent much of last week in London promoting the NBA game (even if those teams may not be the best ambassadors of the beautiful game), the latest in a line of NBA teams that have played a regular season game in the O2 Arena since the 2010-11 season.
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3 takeaways after the OKC Thunder pound the New York Knicks on MLK Day

Thunderous Intentions (Lawrence George) — The OKC Thunder completely dominated the New York Knicks, winning 127-109 to make it two road wins in a row. Here are three takeaways from the game. The OKC Thunder made light work of the New York Knicks, winning 127-109 early on Martin Luther King day. Right from the outset, Oklahoma City dominated on both […] 3 takeaways after the OKC Thunder pound the New York Knicks on MLK Day - ...
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The OKC Thunder dominate from start to finish pumping the Knicks 127-109 at Madison Square Garden

Thunderous Intentions (Lawrence George) — The OKC Thunder made it look easy as they strolled into Madison Square Garden to dismantle the New York Knicks 127-109 on MLK day. After scoring an impressive win over Philadelphia two nights ago, the OKC Thunder rolled into Madison Square to dismantle the New York Knicks 127-109. Paul George led all scorers with 31 […] The OKC Thunder dominate from start to finish pumping the Knicks...
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OKC Thunder look to dominate Portland on the second night of a back to back

Thunderous Intentions (Brayden Koch) — After a comfortable win in New York against the Knicks, the OKC Thunder look to keep their foot on the pedal as they welcome the Trailblazers in a division battle. After dropping five out of their last six, the OKC Thunder seem to have found their touch with strong efforts against the Philadelphia 76ers and […] OKC Thunder look to dominate Portland on the second night of a back to back...
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Thunder Buddies podcast: Kicking the Knicks

NewsOK.com By Maddie Lee Erik Horne Welcome to the home of our Thunder Buddies podcast, named, in part, from Universal Studios' comedy 'Ted,' but inspired by our continued hope for wall-to-wall coverage of the Thunder. Below is our list of episodes (click the link to listen). Read more on NewsOK.com
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Rockets fail to lift off against Sixers

The Dream Shake (Jeremy_Brener) — It was not the Rockets’ night. The Rockets suffered their worst loss of the season on Monday night as they lost to the 76ers by a score of 121-93. The Rockets looked to keep it together for the first quarter, surrendering just a four point lead. However, the second quarter saw the Sixers pull ahead for good. In the third quarter, the Rockets managed just 13 points and allowed the...
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OKC Thunder ride hot perimeter shooting to beat Knicks, Topic: Thunder

Thunderous Intentions (Dylan Huntzinger) — OKC Thunder defeats the New York Knicks behind hot 3-point shooting from George, Westbrook, Ferguson, Grant, Nader, and Schröder. “We need shooters!” Has been the rallying cry from Thunder fans since before the season even began. Prior to today’s game against the New York Knicks, the Thunder ranked a league low in 3 point shooting […] OKC Thunder ride hot...
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Thunder journal: Alex Abrines active for Thunder's win at New York

NewsOK.com By MADDIE LEE, Staff Writer, mlee@oklahoman.com NEW YORK — For the first time in almost a month, Alex Abrines sat on the Thunder bench in uniform Monday afternoon for the Thunder's 127-109 win over the Knicks. Abrines was active Monday but did not play, after missing 13 straight games for what the team identified as illness and then personal reasons. “My guess is these next two games,...
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Observational nuggets from the Thunder's 127-109 win against the Knicks

NewsOK.com By Erik Horne This blog on the Thunder's 127-109 against the Knicks is an homage to those before me. First of all, the Knicks aren’t good . Read more on NewsOK.com
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