10:35 PM EDT, Mon July 25, 2016
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Thibodeau raves about ‘great’ new Knicks, sidesteps Phil snub

LAS VEGAS — If Timberwolves chief Tom Thibodeau sounds envious about the Knicks’ additions of two of his favorite players, he’s not. While heaping major praise on the damage ex-Bulls Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah can do in New York despite their injury-riddled résumés, Thibodeau deflected any notion of being bitter that president Phil Jackson...

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Brandon Jennings asked for one year to prove himself to Knicks

Brandon Jennings is either a shot-happy, injury-plagued point guard who hasn’t lost his ego but has lost his explosiveness and won’t work well in Phil Jackson’s triangle. Or he’s a student of the game’s history, ready for a bust-out season and return to dynamic form — far enough removed from his 2015 Achilles tendon injury...

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Knicks can’t stop gambling on injury-prone veterans

ORLANDO, Fla. — Assuming the Joakim Noah signing takes place, the Knicks may want to have their entire season sponsored by the Hospital for Special Surgery — as the hospital is doing for the summer-league squad. The durability of the Knicks’ four presumed starters — they don’t have a shooting guard — will be under...

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Derrick Rose is in full-on recruiting mode for the Knicks

ORLANDO, Fla. — Derrick Rose’s words have already resonated with center Joakim Noah. Now Rose is trying to sway shooting guard Eric Gordon to reunite with him in New York. According to an NBA source, Rose has reached out to Gordon, the free-agent shooting guard who’s had injury issues, but is the best 3-point shooter...