#The New York Knicks

Former Knicks Wing Sends Strong Message After Big Game

Tuesday’s big win was less of a turning point and more of a breather for the New York Knicks as Saturday’s 121-100 loss to Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks brought with it a bit of shade as well. The loss drops the Knicks to 10-12 on the...
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Jalen Brunson reveals message from Jason Kidd that ultimately changed his course of career

New York Knicks star Jalen Brunson used to be one of the most reliable players for the Dallas Mavericks. Outside of Luka Doncic, he was arguably the most important player of the team, especially during his final year in Mavs threads and before he took his talents to the Big Apple. On Saturday, Brunson met his former team at Madison Square Garden and shared a memorable moment he once had with Mavs head coach Jason Kidd.

Mavs' Doncic, Hardaway team up in 121-100 win over Knicks

NEW YORK (AP) — Luka Doncic had a game-high 30 points, Tim Hardaway Jr. chipped in 28 points against his former team, and the Dallas Mavericks beat the New York Knicks 121-100 on Saturday. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 17 points for Dallas, which outscored New York 69-41 in the second half for just its second win seven games. “I think it’s great that everyone’s in the locker room smiling,” Mavericks coach Jason Kidd said. “Everybody saw the ball go in, we shared the ball, we played the right way. ... We’re a team that lives or dies by the 3, and today we made them.” Forward Julius Randle led the Knicks with 24 points, and Immanuel Quickly chipped in 23. Leading scorer Jalen Brunson had 13 points playing against Dallas for the first time since he signed with the Knicks on July 12, but New York fell for the sixth time in its past eight games.

Knicks Burned by Mavs' Tim Hardaway Jr. in Shooting Frenzy

It might be obvious, but the New York Knicks want their basketball palace of Madison Square Garden to serve as a threatening home-court advantage. But for Dallas Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr., it was a safe haven and then some on Saturday afternoon. Hardaway made himself at home in the...

Cleveland's Jarrett Allen (back) remains out on Sunday

Cleveland Cavaliers center Jarrett Allen (back) will not play in Sunday's contest against the New York Knicks. Allen will miss his fifth straight game with a lower back contusion. Expect Evan Mobley to play an increased role versus a Knicks' team ranked third (44.4) in FanDuel points allowed per game to the five position.