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Isola: Knicks can’t be thinking about lottery

Isola: Knicks can’t be thinking about lottery

nydailynews.com Updated 8 hours ago
All the losing the Knicks have done in November is not a total loss. Remember, Phil Jackson does own a first-round pick in the June draft, which looks more like a lottery selection each day.
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