New York Knicks
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    @alanhahn: Never stop teaching! Cool moment from last night’s game that can’t be overlooked. #GrowthMindset #FizKids #Knicks @MSGNetwork…

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    @AdamMKaufman: Kyrie Irving detailed he strongly considered signing with the #Knicks...if he planned to go to free agency next summer...…

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    @Knicks_Nuance: Knicks through opening 2 games: 1st in NBA in Off/TOV% - 8.1% (Last season Mavs 1st at 12.7%) 1st in NBA in Def/TOV%…

  • @Dolan_J_Trump: Thank you for the MASSIVE turnout of #Knicks fans last night in Brooklyn! Much bigger than the 18,717 that the #Fake New…

  • @alanhahn: Fizdale’s message to the fans. Outstanding work here by spencerjulienmsg. #Knicks msgnetworks @nyknicks @ Madison Sq…

  • @MSGNetworks: "One thing I like about this team, we didn't put our head down." - @Enes_Kanter #Knicks Full video https://t.co/tSa1eGve

  • @AdamMKaufman: With Gordon Hayward out tonight vs the #Knicks, it’s a flashback to last year. More offensive opportunities for Jaylen Br…

  • @MSGNetworks: "I drew up a play for them, but somehow we got three free throws out of it!" - David Fizdale #Knicks https://t.co/KWGsT

  • @tvabby: ICYMI #Celtics say Gordon Hayward is OUT tonight against the #Knicks due to left ankle recovery. I asked Stevens about this s…

  • @KnicksNetwork: A tough loss for our team tonight, but the #Knicks get an A+ as a force to be reckoned with in the Eastern Conference...…

  • @Dolan_J_Trump: The very rude screamers are paid professionals only looking to make the #Knicks look bad. Don’t fall for it! Also, look…

  • @AaliyahNevaeh7: The #Knicks are showing the NBA that they’re not gonna make it easy for any team. We play hard until the end so good lu…

  • @Nykterryandtray: Frank and Baker lineups need to be replaced with Frank and Dotson lineups. With Dotson there isn't a drop off in defen…

  • @JoezMcfLy: Lmaooooo why they ohin. Knicks fans are some loyal ass fans though #nyknicks #knicks #knickstape https://t.co/TtKaz1zpQF

  • @AdamMKaufman: Kyrie Irving outlines why he considered the #Knicks as a free agent destination, but reiterates his plan to stay with the…

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  • Highlights from Celtics' 103-101 win over Knicks

    FINAL SCORE: Celtics 103, Knicks 101IN BRIEF: Jayson Tatum had 24 points and 14 rebounds, and the Boston Celtics withstood his careless foul with 1.9 seconds left to beat the New York Knicks 103-101 on Saturday night. BOX SCORECELTICS RECORD: 2-1 (t-2nd
    21 Oct @ 4AM

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  • Young guys out: Sixers’ Ben Simmons, Knicks’ Kevin Knox leave games with

    Simmons had hit a couple of layups but ran back up the court gingerly, like he was in pain, before asking out of the game at the 4:19 mark of the first quarter. Medical Update: Ben Simmons (back tightness) will not return. Simmons has been tearing it up for Philadelphia, averaging 16 points, 14 rebounds, and 9.5 assists per game through the Sixers first two.
    21 Oct @ 4AM

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  • LeVert's basket gives Nets 107-105 win over Knicks

    Caris LeVert had the ball in his hands in the final seconds and the chance to give his team the lead. LeVert's driving layup with a second left gave the Brooklyn Nets their first victory of the season, 107-105 over the New York Knicks. LeVert had a career-high 28 points, surpassing the 27 points he scored Wednesday night in Detroit in a close loss.
    21 Oct @ 2AM

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  • Three at 3: Bucks a Whole New Team Under Budenholzer

    Knicks fans might not want to hear it, but little brother isn’t so little anymore. This year’s Brooklyn team is no longer an Eastern Conference punching bag. The Nets might be coming off a tough opening loss to the Detroit Pistons, but they had their chances to win and should get more out of D’Angelo Russell than they did in that game—he had only eight points in 25 minutes.
    20 Oct @ 4PM

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  • Nets' LeVert on a roll heading into game against Pacers

    In his third year in the NBA, Brooklyn Nets guard Caris LeVert is showing he has the potential to be a big-time scorer. LeVert scored a career-high 28 points against the New York Knicks on Friday, and that included the game-winner with one second left. "He had a heck of game on both ends of the floor," Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said Friday.
    20 Oct @ 4PM

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  • Life Without Kristaps: Knicks Look to Push Pace With Star on the Mend

    The cast of the Kristaps Porzingis-less Knicks on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden read like understudy night on Broadway, littered with young unknowns and castoffs from more functional franchises. Sure, Enes Kanter and Tim Hardaway have been mainstays in the league for much of the decade, but the crew alongside them wasn’t pretty. The Knicks will be Trey Burke’s third team in five seasons, and Lance Thomas’ career-high in points per game is 8.3.
    18 Oct @ 11PM

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  • Knicks miss first nine shots then fan hits half-courter for $10k

    The Knicks missed their first nine shots of the season then called timeout. The fan hit a half-court shot for $10,000. Perhaps feeling the momentum, the Knicks came back for a 126-107 win over the Hawks.
    18 Oct @ 8PM

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  • Knicks season preview: A bridge year ahead of a huge summer

    Pinch yourselves, New York Knicks fans. The Scott Perry-Steve Mills front office has stabilized the organization since taking over for Phil Jackson before last season. In David Fizdale, they hired a coach with a championship pedigree from his time with the Miami Heat.
    18 Oct @ 1PM

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  • No contract extension for Kristaps Porzingis, is that a problem? Depends…

    Most teams, when they get a franchise cornerstone player, lock him up with a max contract extension as soon as humanly possible. Kristaps Porzingis is that kind of player for the Knicks. This has nothing to do with the torn ACL that will have him out most if not all of this season (which tips off tonight for the Knicks at home against the Hawks).
    17 Oct @ 7PM

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  • Knicks stress patience, indulge impatient tendencies by stretching Joakim Noah

    NBCSports.com’s Dan Feldman is grading every team’s offseason based on where the team stands now relative to its position entering the offseason. Knicks president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry talked a big game about patiently rebuilding – practically a foreign concept in New York. New York stretched Joakim Noah, locking in a cap hit of $18,530,000 this season and $6,431,667 each of the following three years.
    15 Oct @ 10PM

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