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Knicks could trade Kemba Walker already: report | amNewYork
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Knicks could trade Kemba Walker already: report | amNewYork
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Tom Thibodeau says Kemba Walker is out of the rotation "as of right now"
Ahead of Tuesday night's showdown with the Brooklyn Nets, Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau announced an upcoming change to the starting lineup and the rotation as a whole.
Knicks 99, Hawks 90: Scenes from the finest defensive effort of the season
The New York Knicks had payback on their mind Saturday night as they took on the Atlanta Hawks for the first time since their playoff exit last season.
Suns 118, Knicks 97: "This is a bad matchup"
The numbers tell the story: this year the New York Knicks are top-10 in 3-point shooting (attempts and makes), opponent's field-goal percentage, opponent's 2-point percentage and blocked shots.
Suns 118, Knicks 97: Scenes from a loss to a far superior opponent
The Phoenix Suns are a really, really good basketball team.
Knicks 106, Lakers 100: Scenes from a total team effort
Despite surrendering a 25-point lead and Russell Westbrook having a triple-double, the New York Knicks beat a LeBron-less Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday at the Garden. Your final score:106-100.
Lakers rally after slow start, but fall late to Knicks without LeBron James
After falling behind by as much as 25 points in the first half, the Lakers nearly crawled all the way back in Madison Square Garden against the Knicks on Tuesday before falling late.
Knicks running into an Evan Fournier problem | amNewYork
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This isn't the Evan Fournier the New York Knicks were expecting when they signed him to a four-year, $73 million deal over the summer.
Knicks 106, Rockets 99: Scenes from the game Alec Burks saved
It wasn't pretty - in fact, it was one of the ugliest games of the season - but the New York Knicks held off the dreadful Houston Rockets Saturday night at the Garden, 106-99.