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Antonio Losada has been writing about sports since he first grabbed a keyboard back in the late 90s. Covering the Knicks for a few years running, he has specialized in dealing with struggling fanbases, handling heartbreaking losses, and finding positives where there are none. An MSc in AI by trade but freelancing for 5+ years, he's most proud of having found his byline printed in a SLAM magazine he bought on the news stand across the street.

Knicks Bulletin: “Man, he was baking Jrue Holiday and Derrick White”

More quotes after Saturday’s loss to Boston and heading into Quentin Grimes’ Revenge Game.

Will Jalen Brunson make it out of the regular season alive?

The minutes keep piling up and there are no signs that will change.

Knicks Bulletin: "Our team awareness has to be better."

Jaylen Brown cooks the Knicks as Precious Achiuwa reveals his idol and how he goes about rebounding.

Report: Knicks forward Julius Randle inclined to play "even if he's hurt"

Adrian Wojnarowski reported the Knicks forward is going to play whether you like it or not.

Celtics 116, Knicks 102: "Significantly outgunned but hanging around.”

Was this a real glimpse into the true Alec Burks experience?

Knicks Bulletin: “Gets you well paid. So that’s just something I take pride in.”

It’s (almost) all about Josh Hart in this weekend's edition of the Knicks quote board.

Knicks Bulletin: “We came out and we handled our business.”

New York returned healthier from the break and it showed in their win at Philadelphia on Thursday.

Knicks 110, Sixers 96: “Got to have these if we want to keep pace.“

New York plays another home game on the road, beats Philly to break a four-game skid of late.

Knicks Bulletin: “I really did want to stay in Dallas.”

Did Mark Cuban wait longer than he should? Jalen Brunson reveals the truth about what went wrong with the Mavs, plus Mac McClung and Thibs speak up!

Julius Randle opens up about injury, doesn’t rule out surgery

Not the greatest update following Wednesday’s practice.