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  • Kevin Knox is disturbed by some Knicks fans

    CLEVELAND — As the Knicks face the prospect of setting the franchise record for most consecutive losses at 17 in Monday’s “Zion Bowl” against the Cavaliers, rookie Kevin Knox is upset some of the team’s fans aren’t more annoyed. Knicks coach David Fizdale is also disappointed by the perception he’s coaching to lose games to

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  • Knicks’ Kevin Knox added to NBA All-Star weekend

    A shred of light was cast upon the dreadful Knicks on Wednesday when rookie Kevin Knox was named an injury replacement for the Rising Stars Challenge. In replacing injured Lonzo Ball, Knox will join newly acquired Dennis Smith Jr., who is in the Slam Dunk Contest during All-Star weekend. Knox originally was snubbed as just

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  • Knicks trying everything to unleash Kevin Knox’s potential

    CHARLOTTE — Kevin Knox wishes his shooting percentage was higher — as well as the Knicks’ victory total. But as Knox heads to All-Star weekend to participate in Friday’s Rising Stars Challenge, the 6-9 rookie lottery pick feels more comfortable and less nervous on the court. He hopes to take that mindset into Friday’s scrimmage-like

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  • DeAndre Jordan sees a lot of himself in Knicks rookie Mitchell Robinson

    Practice was wrapping up. Knicks guards, and wings, were on one hoop. The bigs were on another, rotating one-on-one matchups in the post. New Knicks center DeAndre Jordan received an entry pass. Rookie center Mitchell Robinson reached for a deflection, and failed to make contact, allowing Jordan to spin, and throw down a powerful two-handed

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  • Mitchell Robinson ready to learn from his new Knicks ‘big brother’

    DeAndre Jordan’s expiring contract was attractive to the Knicks. But so were his experience and potential as a tutor for Mitchell Robinson, the raw rookie center with a similar skill-set. “With the way Mitchell is coming along, the injection of a DeAndre Jordan — I mean it’s basically his big brother from a standpoint of

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  • Knicks wait for Anthony Davis demands as Mitchell Robinson speaks up

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Knicks center Mitchell Robinson, a former Pelicans fan and graduate of Chalmette High School in suburban New Orleans, supports Anthony Davis’ latest maneuver. Robinson and Davis share the same trainer, Marcell Scott, who has been living with the Knicks’ 20-year-old rookie in Westchester. Robinson and Davis have worked out together multiple times

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  • Mitchell Robinson gives Knicks fans reason to cheer — right now

    It doesn’t matter how on board you may be with whatever it is the Knicks are doing. It doesn’t matter how often you may have declared your belief in the process (or whatever this week’s updated version of that process is). Doesn’t matter how much you buy in to the total rebuild the Knicks have

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