11:54 AM EST, Mon November 20, 2017

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These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 24 hours. Enjoy! Jose Calderon to start for Cavaliers against Pistons – via cleveland.com November 19 01:40 PM DETROIT — Jose Calderon will make his second start for the Cavaliers at point guard this season when they play the Detroit Pistons on Monday. Calderon, 36, has appeared in just seven games, playing about 10 minutes in Friday’s win… Shares Kristaps Porzingis struggles give Knicks reality check – via northjersey.com November 19 07:23 PM The Knicks early success still needs...
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Trending stories: Kristaps Porzingis struggles, Isaiah Thomas, Lauri Markkanen and more

Trending stories: Kristaps Porzingis struggles, Isaiah Thomas, Lauri Markkanen and more

These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 24 hours. Enjoy! Jose Calderon to start for Cavaliers against Pistons – via cleveland.com November 19 01:40 PM DETROIT — Jose Calderon will make his second start for the Cavaliers at point guard this season when they play the Detroit Pistons on Monday. Calderon, 36, has appeared in just seven games, playing about 10 minutes in Friday’s win… Shares Kristaps Porzingis struggles give Knicks reality check – via northjersey.com November 19 07:23 PM The Knicks early success still needs...
Posting and Toasting Nov 19, 2017
Calling all P&T Mailbag questions: Round 3

Calling all P&T Mailbag questions: Round 3

Ahh, mailbag. What better way to spread Knick-fueled mayhem? If you were born yesterday, I have terrifying truths to tell about the life and times you’ve inherited. On the plus side, the Knicks are good and mailbags are a-plenty. The last time those two stars both appeared in our Friday Night Knicks skies was...(buffering)...NEVER! Whoa! Wondering what the new ceiling for Kristaps Porzingis may be (trick question: the limit does not exist!!!)? Tired of all the posers posing trick-ass nicknames for Frank Ntilikina? Do ye seek one moniker to rule them all? Curious what kind of side...
Posting and Toasting Nov 18, 2017
Raptors 107, Knicks 84: ‘Beasley out there still looking for a 25-point shot. Bless him’

Raptors 107, Knicks 84: ‘Beasley out there still looking for a 25-point shot. Bless him’

A blowout loss with lots of Michael Beasley at the end. The Knicks have a tough time winning on the road, like a lot of young teams. (Please don’t @ me with the “Actually if you look at their average age, the Knicks aren’t really young” garbage. They’re young!) The Toronto Raptors, on the other hand, are masters at their craft—the craft of piling up regular-season wins against inferior teams, that is. The end result was a fairly predictable 107-84 defeat that only matter insomuch as it continued to reveal the deteriorating state of Kristaps Porzingis’ elbow. The Unicorn...
Posting and Toasting Nov 17, 2017
Raptors 107, Knicks 84: Scenes from Kristaps Porzingis’ swollen elbow

Raptors 107, Knicks 84: Scenes from Kristaps Porzingis’ swollen elbow

The Raptors outclassed New York. The New York Knicks aren’t good on the road, and they’re not good when Kristaps Porzingis isn’t playing like a superhuman. Both of those factors combined to bite the ‘Bockers in the ass Friday night, as they traveled to Toronto and got stomped by the Raptors, The Unicorn was an ordinary horse Friday, shooting 3-13 as the sack of sadness that is his injured elbow continues to grow. Not sure how long he can—or should—go before getting that sucker drained. The Raptors’ offense was so hot that Jeff Hornacek did the whole “I need defense; better...
Posting and Toasting Nov 14, 2017
Cavaliers 104, Knicks 101: ‘Tis better to have loved and Knicks’d than never to have loved at all

Cavaliers 104, Knicks 101: ‘Tis better to have loved and Knicks’d than never to have loved at all

Ugh. I needed some time to think about this. The New York Knicks lost Monday night, of course. They blew a 23-point lead and lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James re-entered God mode in the fourth quarter, creating for teammates, sticking dagger threes and shutting down Kristaps Porzingis on D. Kyle Korver also somehow re-entered God mode in the fourth, scoring 19 points in a quarter for the second time this season. (???) The Knicks showed a ton of grit through the first three quarters, but grit doesn’t necessarily guard the three-point line, if you know what I’m saying. I had...
Hoops Hype Nov 12, 2017
Trending stories: Kristaps Porzingis, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Dennis Smith and more

Trending stories: Kristaps Porzingis, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Dennis Smith and more

These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 24 hours. Enjoy! LeBron: Mavs’ Smith Jr. ‘should be a Knick’ – via espn.com November 12 12:40 AM LeBron James said the Knicks “passed on a really good one” when they drafted French point guard Frank Ntilikina instead of the Mavericks’ Dennis Smith Jr. Shares Giannis Antetokounmpo and the pursuit of something new – via fansided.com November 09 09:07 AM The age of analytics, right or wrong, is fostering a sense of finality. It started in the late 2000’s, when Mike...
Posting and Toasting Nov 12, 2017
Knicks 118, Kings 91: ‘KP making it look really easy’

Knicks 118, Kings 91: ‘KP making it look really easy’

New York laid a whoopin’ on Sactown. Saturday’s contest between the Sacramento Kings and New York Knicks began with a malfunction—not from the shot clock or the arena lights, but from the basketball cyborg known as Kristaps Porzingis. Perhaps he was a bit rusty from missing the Knicks’ previous game, or maybe it was just a momentary glitch in his targeting computer, but U.N.I.C.O.R.N. missed on his first three shots of the night as the Kings roared to an early 10-0 lead. And then, suddenly, it was all over. Kristaps fixed the glitch, found the range from beyond the arc (4-6 from...
Posting and Toasting Nov 11, 2017
Knicks 118, Kings 91: Scenes from an efficient Kristaps Porzingis rampage

Knicks 118, Kings 91: Scenes from an efficient Kristaps Porzingis rampage

The Latvian tank rolled over the Kings. The Knicks didn’t stand much of a chance on Wednesday when they were playing on the road without emerging superstar Kristaps Porzingis. On Saturday, however, the tables were turned: The Knicks were at home, and Kristaps was healthy and ready to roll. And roll he did. The Unicorn stampeded all over the Sacramento Kings to the tune of 34 points in just under three quarters of play. New York didn’t even need Kristaps in the final quarter as they won in a laugher, 118-91. Kristaps ended the first half on the receiving end of a magnificent lob from...
Posting and Toasting Nov 11, 2017
Game Thread: Knicks vs. Kings- 11/11/17

Game Thread: Knicks vs. Kings- 11/11/17

Kristaps back! The Knicks look to get back to their winning ways Saturday night as they face the Sacramento Kings. This should help! As expected, Kristaps Porzingis will return to the lineup tonight after missing Wednesday's game vs. Orlando due to an ankle & elbow injury.— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) November 11, 2017 It’s an 8:00 tip-off on MSG. Game thread here. Sactown Royalty here. Please don't post large photos, GIFs, or links to illegal streams in the thread. Please be cool. Go the Knicks!
Posting and Toasting Nov 10, 2017
This Week in Knicks Social Media: Squad Goals!

This Week in Knicks Social Media: Squad Goals!

Waiting on a Friend (probably Ansel Elgort) Soundtrack (I love this song/video so much) Greetings & salutations, Knickfriends! Remember two weeks ago when everything was awful and we were the last team to win a game and the tank was soldiering ponderously on and we were on pace to snag Luka Doncic AND Miles Porter Jr., in an unprecedented draft night coup? NO MORE. Those days are past. Now we are champeenz and unbeatable when Kristaps Porzingis is in the lineup—like “Aaron Judge who?”—and why even bother playing the Warriors in the Finals, it would only humiliate them. Happy days...
Posting and Toasting Nov 9, 2017
Locked on Knicks, Episode 206 - Kristaps sits, Knicks lose, and POP QUIZ!

Locked on Knicks, Episode 206 - Kristaps sits, Knicks lose, and POP QUIZ!

Krispy is fine iTunes | Stitcher | RSS Kristaps Porzingis is hurt. Should you be worried? The Knicks lost to the Magic. Did they stand a chance without Krispy? On today’s ‘sode I answer these and MANY more questions, then give you guys a POP QUIZ on Knicks stats. Listen!
Hoops Hype Nov 9, 2017
Kristaps Porzingis has gone supernova

Kristaps Porzingis has gone supernova

It’s a new era in New York City, and the Garden has been absolutely rocking. The New York Knicks have won six of their last seven games in which a certain budding superstar has suited up; over that stretch, they had the league’s seventh-best net rating (4.7), and third-best offensive rating (110.6). What’s more, along with the Charlotte Hornets, they’ve beaten the Cleveland Cavaliers in Quicken Loans Arena (demolished, really), Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers – all teams that expect to qualify for postseason play, and one with legitimate championship hopes. This run of excellent...
Posting and Toasting Nov 9, 2017
Magic 112, Knicks 99: 'So yeah, this was the likely outcome'

Magic 112, Knicks 99: 'So yeah, this was the likely outcome'

Even without Kristaps Porzingis playing, there was a palpable hope surrounding the Knicks. Clearly the team can’t survive without his excellence, but somewhere in their spirit you could see the glow of a rallying cry that had New York charged up. The Magic are a similar team to the Knicks in terms of trajectory but they are maybe a season closer to their summit. That + no Porzingis + creature comforts of home + a week’s worth of turnovers (23 to be exact) + SEGABABA = Friday Night Knicks. Disappointment was very clear in the game thread, despite the protests of “This was the likely...
Posting and Toasting Nov 9, 2017
Magic 112, Knicks 99: Some boring notes from a boring, Porzingis-less loss

Magic 112, Knicks 99: Some boring notes from a boring, Porzingis-less loss

Come back soon, Kristaps. Wednesday night’s contest against the Orlando Magic felt like a near-certain loss even before the opening tip for a number of reasons—road venue, decent opponent, second night of a back-to-back, and most importantly the absence of LEGITIMATE NBA SUPERSTAR Kristaps Porzingis. The other Knicks deserve credit for keeping the outcome in doubt for the better part of three quarters, but in the end it was the Magic prevailing in relative comfort, 112-99. The Knicks kept things close in the first quarter thanks to the hot shooting of Tim Hardaway Jr., and even took the...
Posting and Toasting Nov 8, 2017
Magic 112, Knicks 99: Scenes from a free giveaway

Magic 112, Knicks 99: Scenes from a free giveaway

The Magic hit enough threes to give all those in attendance free Chik-Fil-A. Well I guess Disney doesn’t want you to see a Unicorn. They hate your childlike spirit. The Knicks desperately missed their leader in this game as Kristaps Porzingis was sidelined with regular bumps and bruises. One that seemed worrisome was elbow bursitis. Whichever arm it is, that guy needs that elbow! From start to finish this slop sink had runneth over with laziness. To be fair to the Knicks, it was a SEGABABA, the focal point of their offense and defense was not playing and they were able to hang tough for...

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