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Denver Post Oct 31, 2017
The Morning After: 9 takeaways from Denver Nuggets’ loss at New York Knicks

The Morning After: 9 takeaways from Denver Nuggets’ loss at New York Knicks

The Denver Nuggets capped a four-game road trip with a strange ending, falling behind big against the New York Knicks, before climbing all the way back, and then ultimately losing 116-110.
Marc Berman / New York Post Oct 28, 2017
This could be Porzingis’ chance to show how he’s improved

This could be Porzingis’ chance to show how he’s improved

CLEVELAND — Kristaps Porzingis has never excelled against the Cavaliers. Last season. in four Knicks losses, Porzingis shot 35 percent and averaged just 11.3 points. If Porzingis continues the trend Sunday at Quicken Loans Arena, the Knicks will be in for a long night against LeBron James and the Cavaliers — no matter what point...
Marc Berman / New York Post Oct 28, 2017
LeBron has an inside source on Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina

LeBron has an inside source on Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina

CLEVELAND — Romeo Travis plans to send LeBron James a text Sunday: “Watch out for Frank.’’ Travis, who plays in the French League, is one of James’ best friends, dating to their high-school days in Akron, teammates at St. Vincent-St. Mary. Last season, Travis, a power forward, and Knicks’ rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina were...
Marc Berman / New York Post Oct 28, 2017
Jarrett Jack turns a year older and is now starting for Knicks

Jarrett Jack turns a year older and is now starting for Knicks

Jarrett Jack turned 33 at midnight Saturday. But Friday night, in the hours leading up to his birthday, Jack gave birth to a new role and gave new life to the young Knicks season. In one swoop, Jack has gone from waiver-wire candidate when Joakim Noah’s suspension is done to starting point guard. Jack who...
New York Post Oct 28, 2017
Ntilikina gives Knicks fans tantalizing glimpse of what could be

Ntilikina gives Knicks fans tantalizing glimpse of what could be

Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina let fly with a couple of shots early Friday night. They were, um, what’s the word? “Terrible,” Ntilikina filled in neatly. For a 19-year-old, he is wise beyond his years. Soon, Ntilikina looked like anything but a teenager making his home NBA debut. So the Garden crowd quickly fell in love...