New York Knicks David Fizdale
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With the preseason ending, the New York Knicks can take away a few things from their loss to the Brooklyn Nets, but now the real work starts.

Danny Small

NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The New York Knicks finish up the preseason at 3-2, coming off of two straight losses and a preseason split with their crosstown rival, Brooklyn Nets. Despite a fourth-quarter comeback spurred on by a flurry of Luke Kornet threes, the Knicks fell at home to the score of 113-107.

But the final score was hardly the story of the night. As much as David Fizdale pumped up the 3-0 start to the preseason, there shouldn’t be much concern for the two losses this week.


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