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  • ‘Next question’: The Knicks are not exactly pacifying Enes Kanter

    ORLANDO, Fla. — As the Knicks’ won-loss record grows worse, so does the frown on center Enes Kanter’s face. Knicks coach David Fizdale is not just juggling lineups but egos of his veteran players who are looking to win and are in their contract years. A free agent in 2019, Kanter issued another mysterious tweet...

    New York Post
  • Hornets' Walker hits 60 in defeat while Warriors suffer fourth loss in six games

    Jimmy Butler secures win for 76ers as time expiresLuka Doncic gives Dallas glimpse of future against WarriorsJimmy Butler, in his third game with the 76ers, drained a three-pointer as time expired in overtime and Philadelphia overcame an NBA season-high 60 points from Kemba Walker to beat the Charlotte Hornets 122-119 on Saturday night. “As much as I wanted the shot to go in to win the game, I also wanted it to go in because I didn’t want Kemba to give me 70,” Butler said with a laugh. “I wanted...

    the Guardian
  • VanVleet, Green, Ibaka lead Toronto Raptors to 122-83 rout of Chicago Bulls

    The Toronto Raptors improve to 13-4 as four out of five starters score in double figures in a 122-83 road win over the Chicago Bulls.

    Global News
  • NBA notebook: Warriors giving Green 'time off,' says Kerr

    Golden State forward Draymond Green missed Saturday night's game at Dallas because of an injured toe, but Warriors coach Steve Kerr doesn't sound as if he's in a hurry to rush him back.

  • Charles Barkley’s most underrated player dominates Nets

    The Clippers’ Tobias Harris may be one of most underrated players in the NBA. Hall of Famer Charles Barkley dubbed him that recently. But don’t think fellow Nets coach and fellow Long Islander Kenny Atkinson doesn’t know how good Harris is. He’s known for a while, even before Harris scored 27 points on 11-for-17 shooting...

    New York Post
  • Bad week just got a little worse for Warriors

    DALLAS — Luka Doncic gave the Mavericks a glimpse of an exciting future — and extended a bad week for the Warriors. The rookie scored 24 points, including a short jumper that put Dallas in front for good, and the Mavericks beat the Warriors 112-109 on Saturday night. The 19-year-old from Slovenia arrived in the...

    New York Post