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Back on Track: Porzingis, Ntilikina and Bench Power Knicks Over Nets 119-104

Coming into Monday’s game against the Nets, the Knicks had effectively hit rock bottom. Just 24 hours before, the team had squandered a 19-point lead at home to the Pelicans. 431 more words

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Rob's Weekly Knicks Recap, Week of January 8

We knew that January would be a tough month for the Knicks, but it’s proving to be more challenging than we might’ve expected. A 0-3 week leaves the Knicks’ record at 19-24, and they are falling out of playoff contention fast. 556 more words

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Episode 408: January Negativity

Marc and Jay talk about the losing streak, players that should get more or less time, getting to the bottom of what is going on with this team, much more

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Two non-blockbuster trades that should interest C's

The trade deadline has been moved up two weeks this year, so it’s only a month away!

Talks will soon heat up and the Boston Celtics will be in the middle of many rumors, as any Danny Ainge team usually is. 656 more words

Rob's Weekly Knicks Recap, January 1

The Knicks were able to scrape together a win against the Mavericks on Sunday night to avoid the winless week, as they finished with a 1-3 record to kickoff 2018. 668 more words

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Erik Spoelstra shakes off Michael Beasley's comments: 'Jeez, Beas. You threw me under the bus, man'

MIAMI — Coach Erik Spoelstra has positive memories of forward Michael Beasley.

Beasley played through three separate stints with the Heat, all under Spoelstra. It began when the Heat selected Beasley out of Kansas State with the second overall pick of the 2008 NBA Draft, continued when they signed him for the 2013-14 season to play alongside LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, and the Heat later brought him back for a third time after he returned from China late in the 2014-15 season. 715 more words

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Erik Spoelstra shakes off Michael Beasley's comments: 'Jeez, Beas. You threw me under the bus, man'

MIAMI — Coach Erik Spoelstra has positive memories of forward Michael Beasley.

Beasley played through three separate stints with the Heat, all under Spoelstra. It began when the Heat selected Beasley out of Kansas State with the second overall pick of the 2008 NBA Draft, continued when they signed him for the 2013-14 season to play alongside LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, and the Heat later brought him back for a third time after he returned from China late in the 2014-15 season. 715 more words

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