Knicks can still win the Big Apple popularity battle, but have to watch as rival Nets dominate on the court

NEW YORK — It’s just two games, but the speed of the excellence achieved by Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant in Brooklyn has been nothing short of remarkable. For Knicks fans, it’s a sore subject and a reminder of the failed 2019 free agency, when former team president Steve Mills chased both stars but watched them sign across the Manhattan Bridge. Knicks forward Theo Pinson was on the Nets the last two seasons, including last year when both Irving and Durant were mostly rehabbing injuries. He’s not surprised by their quick success. “I mean they’re great players. everybody knew that,” said Pinson…

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