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Monday practice notes: Jose Calderon "optimistic" about playing vs. Boston

A full roster would be nice. The New York Knicks have a hugely massive, massively huge home game against the hated Boston Celtics Tuesday night, and they could certainly use the services of starting point guard Jose Calderon. Well things are looking up for the orange and blue, as the Spanish ham master practiced Monday afternoon: Jose Calderon practiced today after missing the last 3 games with a groin injury and is optimistic about playing tomorrow against Boston. — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) February 1, 2016 Calderon isn't a panacea for the Knicks' wounds, but his steady hand at the...
New York Post Feb 1, 2016

Jose Calderon sets optimistic timetable for return

Jose Calderon returned to a full practice Monday after missing the past three games with a strained right groin, improving the odds that the Knicks’ starting point guard could return to game action Tuesday night against the Celtics. “I feel better. Every day it’s a little bit better,” Calderon said after Monday’s practice. “I was...
New York Post Feb 1, 2016

Suns opening could save Mike D’Antoni from NBA purgatory

Mike D’Antoni could have the perfect opportunity for a last chance. The former Knicks coach was linked to the Suns coaching job by ESPN three weeks ago — as pointed out by NJ.com — if it became available. It did on Sunday night when Phoenix fired coach Jeff Hornacek after the latest loss in a...
New York Post Feb 1, 2016

It took 90 seconds for Warriors to exploit Porzingis’ youth

Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis was 90 seconds into the game. And he had two fouls. “That’s going to be a learning experience for me,” Porzingis said. “To make those two quick fouls and then sit out, then later on try and not foul again and not being able to really play hard defensively because you...
New York Post Jan 31, 2016

‘Unacceptable’ Arron Afflalo has disappeared since playoff vow

Knicks shooting guard Arron Afflalo’s slump deepened — and it couldn’t have come at a worse time. Afflalo shot 2-for-12 for five points, didn’t handle Golden State’s Klay Thompson (34 points) and was the prime goat in the Knicks’ 116-95 loss to the Warriors. During the Knicks’ 1-5 stretch, Afflalo has hit some kind of...
New York Post Jan 31, 2016

Green, Thompson show why Warriors aren’t one-man show

Stephen Curry had a very mortal night. So the Warriors countered with Draymond Green and Klay Thompson producing games usually reserved for the residents of Olympus. Green recorded the triple-double he hunted and failed to get Saturday night in Philadelphia, calling himself out for being selfish afterward. And Thompson, well, he started slow and then...
New York Post Jan 31, 2016

Warriors’ dizzying ball movement makes more history

Another night, another game, another historic notch for the Warriors. Yawn. By amassing 31 assists — including 10 as part of Draymond Green’s triple double — in their 116-95 rout of the Knicks Sunday at the Garden, the Warriors recorded their seventh straight 30-assist game. That made them the first team to do so in...
New York Post Jan 31, 2016

Why out-of-nowhere Warriors powerhouse should inspire Knicks

This is how it happens when the Golden State Warriors are in your house: You make a few stops. You knock down a couple of jumpers. You think: Ah, they look a half-step slow. Maybe they’re human. Maybe they look vuln … Well, and then they take 17 shots in the second quarter. And they...

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