5:32 PM EDT, Tue March 28, 2017
Newsday

Knicks anxious to get Joakim Noah back on court

When Joakim Noah underwent his knee surgery four weeks ago, there was hope -- however faint -- that he'd be able to suit up for the Knicks again this season. He could very well be ready if they made a playoff push, the Knicks said, holding on to that fading glimmer of possibility. If they had lost Monday night they would have been eliminated from playoff contention.

Sun Herald

Suspended Noah: using supplement to aid injuries 'backfired'

Joakim Noah says he is sorry for a positive drug test that has ended his injury-plagued first season with the New York Knicks. Noah was suspended 20 games by the …

NBA

Joakim Noah apologizes to fans, Knicks for 20-game suspension

When your greatest incentive to return from knee surgery is to begin serving a 20-game suspension for using a banned substance, you know you've had a lousy season.

CSN New England

Knicks' Noah suspended 20 games by NBA for drug policy violation

Joakim Noah, out for the season after knee surgery, will sit out the first 10 games of next season after testing positive for a banned substance.

New York Post

Kristaps Porzingis as No. 1 option: An ugly work in progress

SAN ANTONIO – Kristaps Porzingis was disappointed but hardly deterred after failing to elevate his game after being elevated to the Knicks’ featured guy Thursday in Portland. Carmelo Anthony and Derrick Rose rested minor injuries, leaving Porzingis as the No. 1 option all night. The 7-foot-3 Latvian sounded eager for another chance after an 8-of-21 shooting...

Inquisitr

Jeremy Lin Making Huge Difference For Brooklyn Nets Since Returning From Injury

Jeremy Lin is proving to be every bit the difference maker the Brooklyn Nets envisioned he would be when they signed him to a lucrative free agent deal last summer. While it’s true the Nets rank among the Nets still own the league’s worst record at 13-55, but since Lin returned from a hamstring injury late last month they are a far more respectable 4-7, including a pair of wins over their cross-borough rival New York Knicks. During the nearly two months Lin was sidelined, the Nets posted just one victory, to go just 1-25 over a 26-game stretch. Overall, the Nets are 7-16 with Lin in...

New York Post

What Kristaps Porzingis wants for rest of this lost Knicks season

Kristaps Porzingis knows if he doesn’t finish this season strong, he won’t be able to sleep this summer. With the playoffs all but out of reach, that’s what motivates the 7-foot-3 Latvian across the final month. Porzingis missed his 11th game this season Thursday against the Nets with his third different injury — a bruised...

New York Daily News

Porzingis injury, Hornacek drama overshadow Knicks win

The Knicks are six games out of a playoff spot with 14 remaining.

Newsday

Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis says leg injury is 'nothing serious'

The 7-3 building block for the Knicks' future had one arm around teammate Willy Hernangomez and the other around a trainer as he walked stiffly off the floor 29 seconds into the fourth quarter Tuesday night at the Garden.

New York Post

Kristaps Porzingis will limp toward a finish he hates

The previous time Kristaps Porzingis left a basketball court, he admitted he was confused and frustrated. When he exited Tuesday night, he was banged up and limping. And in the Knicks’ eyes, injured is worse. The injury does not appear serious, though, and Porzingis, who suffered a bruised thigh, has fingers crossed he could be...

New York Post

Why Charles Barkley’s not giving up on Phil Jackson

Charles Barkley isn’t ready to give up on Phil Jackson’s ability to be a success as the Knicks team president, saying this season was doomed by injuries to Joakim Noah and a lackluster year by Derrick Rose. “Has he done a good job? No,” Barkley said about Jackson during a press conference in Manhattan on...

Newsday

Warriors' Stephen Curry ends shooting slump with 31 vs. Knicks

If you're a little bit lost -- which the Warriors were in dropping their first two games after losing Kevin Durant to a knee injury -- it's a nice luxury to have someone like Steph Curry to guide you back to the path.

New York Post

Willy Hernangomez replaces Porzingis as Knicks’ injury worry

The Knicks figure to welcome Kristaps Porzingis back to active duty Wednesday in Orlando. So naturally they plan to be without center Willy Hernangomez. Apparently there is a ban on too much happy news for the Knicks. While Porzingis practiced Tuesday in Tarrytown after missing two games with a sprained right ankle, Hernangomez sat out...

Kristaps Porzingis looks to be ready for Christmas

Kristaps Porzingis delivers an update on his injury status, and discusses the Christmas Day match up for the New York Knicks against the Boston Celtics at Madison Square Garden.

Knicks fall hard to Cavs at MSG, 126-94

Carmelo Anthony, Jeff Hornacek, and Kristaps Porzingis meet the media after the New York Knicks lost to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers at MSG, while point guard Derrick Rose remains day-to-day with a back injury.