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Allonzo Trier doesn’t know what the future holds. It’s as big a mystery to him as David Fizdale’s chances of finishing his second season.

The second-year Knicks shooting guard knows the present has not been ideal. The former Arizona star has not played in eight of the last 10 games.

During Monday’s horrific 44-point loss in Milwaukee, Trier made his first appearance in a non-garbage-time situation in three weeks.

Though he scored 10 points in 11 first-half minutes, Trier didn’t see any action during the second half — which was 24 minutes of garbage time.

The embattled Fizdale has not specified why Trier can’t get back in the rotation after his solid rookie season other than saying he has three other shooting guards on the roster (RJ Barrett, Wayne Ellington and Damyean Dotson).

It is believed Trier’s isolation-style game is counter to Fizdale’s attempt to install a move-the-ball offense. Dotson, with his defensive energy and selflessness, is for now the better fit.

During training camp, Fizdale said Trier aimed to remove his nickname “IsoZo’’ from the conversation. Apparently, the Knicks coach still views the 23-year-old in that vein.

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Trier is trying to remain patient.

“I come in every day, do my job and work on my game to try to get better,’’ Trier told The Post. “When I get in the game, I try to be a factor. If I’m not in the game, I try to spread knowledge and be a cheerleader.”

Trier, who was undrafted out of Arizona and originally signed with the Knicks as a two-way G-League player before his contract was reworked, will be a free agent this summer. Fizdale has been eager to play the veteran marksman Ellington over Trier, though Ellington is shooting just 30.9 percent from 3. Trier is shooting 51.2 percent overall — 46 percent from 3.

It’s a long season and there’s no telling whether Ellington will be either traded or waived at February’s deadline if the Knicks are out of the playoff race.


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“You take it head on,’’ Trier said of the demotion. “Be prepared whenever that time is, continue to work and get better and help this team if I’m playing or not. I got to accept that. They tell me to stay ready.’’

It’s a far cry from last season, when Fizdale beat the drum for Trier as a glossy part of a rookie trio along with Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson. Trier was also known as a friend of Kevin Durant’s from his Oklahoma high school days and perhaps the organization viewed him then as a potential KD magnet.

When asked if he feels he will be a big part of the rotation later in the season, Trier became agitated.

“I don’t know,’’ Trier said. “C’mon. How am I supposed to answer that? It’s hypothetical. I can’t tell the future. I’m being a pro and trying to get better every day and trying to take it day by day.’’

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Knicks forward Bobby Portis isn’t coming to the United Center on Tuesday to play bingo.

Since the Bulls traded him to the Wizards in February, Portis’ agenda has been very simple whenever he faces them: Make them regret the trade every second he’s on the court.

In three games against the Bulls last season, Portis averaged 15 points, nine rebounds and 1.7 blocks — all higher than his averages. In the first game he played against the Bulls after signing with the Knicks during the offseason, he scored a season-high 28 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and shot 4-for-4 from three-point range.

Portis even let it be known before that beatdown of the Bulls last month at Madison Square Garden that it was coming.

‘‘He was juiced about this game as soon as he came to New York,’’ Bulls center Wendell Carter Jr. said of Portis after that game. ‘‘He put it out on social media, looking forward to playing the Chicago Bulls.’’

Now it’s the Bulls’ turn. Or at least it should be. For a team searching for toughness, this rematch against the Knicks should be the ideal fuel for that.

‘‘Should be’’ are two key words for the Bulls. They should be better than 3-7 with the schedule they’ve played. They should be ready for Portis whenever they face him because they all know how personal he can make a game. And they should be taking some pride in playing better in front of a home crowd that has seen only 10 victories since the start of last season.

Carter gets it.

‘‘Oh, yeah, for sure, he did a lot of [trash-talking],’’ Carter said Monday. ‘‘Yeah, no words need to be said. We’re not letting that happen. Bobby, he wants to put on a show. I’m not going to have it. I hope he’s watching this, so he knows I ain’t having it.’’

Carter knows Portis well and considers him a friend. The two hit it off before Portis was traded to the Wizards, but Carter also is starting to get fed up with the losing. He said he and Portis can be cool with each other again after the game.

This is about someone on the Bulls matching Portis’ energy and anger levels.

‘‘He’s always juiced whenever,’’ Carter said. ‘‘For him and for Jabari [Parker, who was traded with Portis], every time we play against those two players, they’re very juiced. They play some of their best basketball. Those are some of my closest friends in this league, so I’m happy for them. They’re doing their thing. But we can’t have no All-Stars when it’s go time. . . . [We] can definitely play better.’’

Carter thinks he and his teammates are closer to playing better — with or without manufactured anger. Beating the Knicks would be a step in a positive direction.

‘‘I feel like we’re definitely one of the most talented young teams in this league,’’ Carter said. ‘‘We just have to play for 48 minutes. I feel like we have great spurts where we’re playing beautiful basketball, and sometimes we lose focus and show our immaturity.’’

Portis will be hoping for that — and letting his former teammates hear about it the entire time.

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New York Knicks veteran power forward Taj Gibson says players on the team loved ex-coach David Fizdale.

Gibson says he was able to say goodbye to Fizdale on Friday, who was crying.

Taj Gibson says was one of few players still around yesterday when Fizdale got axe. Hugged him. Saw him tear up but said Fiz still motivating him to end. “Guys loved him,” Gibson said.

— Marc Berman (@NYPost_Berman) December 7, 2019

Fizdale coached the Knicks at practice on Friday and told reporters he wasn’t worried about his job security. A few hours later, Fizdale was fired by the top brass. Life sure does come at you fast when you’re in the NBA.

After missing out on stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in free agency, the Knicks used their cap space on Julius Randle, Bobby Portis, Gibson, Marcus Morris, Wayne Ellington, Elfrid Payton and Reggie Bullock. That’s a lot of power forwards on one team and guys who don’t really move the needle.

How was Fizdale supposed to win games with the roster he had this season? Fizdale was the fall guy in New York. RJ Barrett, Bobby Portis and Gibson showed their support for Fizdale multiple times, so it is clear the players liked and enjoyed playing for him.

At this point, it probably doesn’t matter who is coaching the Knicks. Their roster just isn’t good enough to compete, and it doesn’t help that James Dolan is universally recognized as the worst owner in the NBA.

New York has the worst record in the East.

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The New York Knicks’ G-League squad recently played their first game, and Ignas Brazdeikis finally received his first steady dose of playing time.
Ignas Brazdeikis‘ 30-point game for the New York Knicks’ summer league team teased yet another second-round success, following in the footsteps of Mitchell Robinson. All seemed well, until the Knicks filled their roster with veteran free agents, limiting an imminent role once the regular season began.

It is hardly unusual for second-round picks to not receive a full role off the bat. They are not all like Robinson, who shined from the start on a worst-record-in-the-NBA Knicks team. Some of them land in the G League for extra playing time, and that has happened with the Michigan product.

On Monday, Brazdeikis began what will likely be a continuous, back-and-forth trip from the Knicks to Westchester, except his first game happened at Madison Square Garden against the Lakeland Magic. He played 29 minutes, finishing with 15 points, two rebounds, two assists, three steals and five turnovers on 6-for-13 shooting and 3-for-5 on three-pointers.

Brazdeikis did not play in Wednesday’s game, but due to the main-roster Knicks traveling to Chicago, where he played two minutes in garbage time.

Look for more Westchester reps for the 20-year-old guard/forward, who will probably not crack the Knicks’ rotation anytime soon, barring a trade or several injuries, even with a 2-9 record, which has shown no sign of improvement. The steady playing time is positive, though, rather than just watching and doing light practices for the next five months.

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Dennis Smith Jr. returned to the court from missed time, at 0-3 from the field, two rebounds, two steals and a -22. He spent two weeks from the New York Knicks, understandably not staying in basketball shape in that time. That opened speculation of the third-year point guard playing in the G League, which coach David Fizdale apparently considered. However, per Greg Joyce of the New York Post, he opted against it:

“We thought about it, but we just felt like it wasn’t an injury that took him out,” Fizdale said Wednesday. “It was more from a conditioning standpoint. So what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna play him, try to play him in smaller doses to get him back in shape. Obviously he’s doing a lot of court work, three-on-three, two-on-two. Today he had a full practice, which was great. “I don’t see us sending him down. No, he’s back with us now.”

That means Smith will play through his on-court struggles on the main stage, inserting himself into a point guard discussion that includes Frank Ntilikina starting and an injured Elfrid Payton. As long as one misses time, playing opportunities will remain for Smith. Once everyone is healthy, however, that’s when Fizdale’s decision making goes under the microscope, again.

Outside of the NBA links, Andrew White III has played stellar basketball, averaging 29 points in his first two games on 65.6 percent shooting. He had 39 points in Wednesday’s win.

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Rod Strickland played in the NBA for 17 years. He’s coached Division I college basketball and is currently the program manager of the NBA G League’s professional path.

Strickland is also Kyrie Irving’s godfather. So he has a unique perspective when it comes to Irving’s season, which ended on Wednesday in a second-round loss to the Bucks.

“Well obviously it was disappointing to finish up the way they finished up. Proud of him, had a great year. Now it’s back to the drawing board,” Strickland said in an interview with SNY Thursday when asked about Irving’s season at an event unveiling for Budweiser’s NBA Draft Lottery promotion. “As far as his future, I want him to go wherever or stay wherever he feels comfortable and he’s happy. That’s what this is all about. Being happy and being competitive. He’s done a lot things in his short time in the NBA. Twenty-seven years old, he’s accomplished a lot of things. And so now I just hope that he finds a place, whether it’s Boston or whether it’s somewhere else, that he’s having fun and he’s doing his thing.”

Irving will test free agency this summer after a season in which he and the Celtics failed to reach the championship expectations that surrounded the team.

Irving averaged 23.8 points and 6.9 assists while shooting 40 percent from beyond the arc in the regular season. But he struggled with his shot in the Celtics’ final four playoff games – all losses – against Milwaukee. Irving, who was far from the only reason the Celtics lost to the Bucks, shot 30 percent from the floor (18.5 percent from beyond the arc) in those games.

The Celtics can offer Irving a five-year, $190 million contract. Other teams – including the Knicks, one of Irving’s suitors – can offer the point guard a four-year, $141 million deal.

Strickland, on hand to promote Budweiser’s Lottery-themed beer giveaway Thursday, smiled when he was asked if he’d advise Irving during his free agency.

“He has a great father, one of my best friends (Drederick Irving). So he’s in great hands,” Strickland said. “I’m always here. But he’s in great hands, and like I said I look forward to what’s the next steps for him, what’s the future, whether it’s in Boston or somewhere else.”

Strickland said on Thursday that he thinks the Knicks can land top free agents this summer. (No, he wasn’t speaking specifically about Irving or any other free agent.) New York has enough cap space to sign two max free agents.

“I think so. This is New York City,” Strickland said. “I know nowadays, with social media, the way media is now, you can go any place and be special. But New York is a special place. I would personally love to see it come back. I would love to see the Garden rocking and I think they have the ability to do something great this summer.”

The Knicks will find out where they’re drafting on Tuesday after the NBA Lottery. They have a 14 percent chance of getting the No. 1 pick. Strickland offered his thoughts on presumptive No. 1 pick Zion Williamson of Duke.

“Just watching him, he’s one of those guys that even if he’s not scoring, I think just his presence and his activity will impact the game,” Strickland said. “His athleticism, his strength at that size — and he’s only going to get better as he has the opportunity to practice and play every day.”

Strickland and Knicks legend Earl Monroe were at a bar on Thursday to unveil Budweiser’s NBA Lottery promotion. The beer company will have ‘Draught Lottery Machines’ in five New York City bars that give patrons a 14 percent chance of winning a free beer leading up to the Lottery.

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On Thursday night, near the end of another of those 37-point Knick routs that felt as if it should count as more than a single loss, word came that the team’s owner, Jim Dolan, as well as the team’s president and its general manager had vacated their seats and disappeared underneath the stands of Madison Square Garden.

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My heart leapt. Was it too much to hope they might gather in a conference room and all agree to fire each other?

Alas, it was not to be. Instead, Knicks management announced on Friday afternoon that they had fired another coach. So David Fizdale, like so many before him, bounds away a free man, paroled to enjoy a couple of gilded years living on the Dolan dole.

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The Knicks’ president, Steve Mills, has survived many such purges, a bureaucratic lifer who could have survived the 1930s Kremlin. General Manager Scott Perry may or may not know what he’s doing, but he enjoys a fine contract, too. True change will only come to the Knicks when the querulous and glowering Knicks owner interrogates his two decades of failure and shows himself the door.

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This is not to toss up a strong defense of Fizdale. He is a well-regarded basketball man, but his team gave the appearance in recent weeks of punching time cards and checking out. The other night against the Nuggets, Allonzo Trier trotted onto the court. Trier, if you gave up watching the Knicks long before he arrived last year, will shoot from anywhere in the Garden ZIP code, and he cultivates an aversion to playing defense.

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Not long after coming on, he strolled under a pick and watched, bemused, as the fellow he was putatively supposed to defend gathered himself and sank a 3-point shot. Then he turned around and called for the ball.

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There is a lot of this. The other team takes off down the floor and the Knicks’ defenders jog alongside like amiable company. Kevin Knox, who can give the appearance of a child awakened from a fine afternoon nap, is talented but often fails to remember that moving one’s feet is the key to playing defense.

Then there is Julius Randle, who signed on as the Knicks’ sort of star this past summer and labors under the unhelpful illusion that he is a 6-foot-8, 250-pound point guard. He dribbles into traffic and fumbles the ball and then hits the repeat button. There is not a high-quality scorer on this current team.

Gregg Popovich and Steve Kerr, members of the NBA’s elite coaches, spoke in support of David Fizdale while taking digs at the laughingstock Knicks.

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Unsolicited, Popovich, the Spurs headmaster, said the Knicks didn’t show patience with a young coach in a tartly worded endorsement of Fizdale, who was fired Friday. Mike Miller, the new interim Knicks coach, came out of the Spurs’ G-League system.

“I don’t know where the decision was made to fire coach Fizdale, but if it came from the top, it’s a case of mistaken identity,’’ Popovich told reporters. “He’s a fine, talented young coach with a great pedigree and it’s ridiculous to think you’re gonna bring in a young guy and after being there a minute-and-a-half, you expect him to fix everything that’s been wrong there for a long time. That’s petty unfair. It’s an old analogy. He got thrown under the bus. He’ll come out of it because he’s a great coach.”

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Five years ago, Kerr rejected a verbal offer made by former Knicks president Phil Jackson. He joined Golden State and advanced to five straight NBA Finals, winning three. Kerr has fallen on hard times this season with the dynasty busted up.


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“If I had gone to New York that would have been me like three years ago,’’ Kerr said when asked about Fizdale’s firing. “I’m well aware of that. So I think I made the right choice.’’

Fizdale sat in on Golden State’s pre-playoff practices in 2018 before accepting the Knicks job.

For the first two quarters, the Knicks (4-19) traded the lead with the Pacers. That commitment waned by the end of the third quarter, was resurrected early in the fourth but ultimately relented as the Pacers won 104-103 to end this trip 3-2.

Julius Randle had a chance to force overtime with foul shots but missed the second.

The Pacers were lucky to escape. The Knicks lost their ninth in a row.

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Standouts: T.J. Warren (25 points) had no shut off button as he was looking for his shot and indefensible. Domantas Sabonis (19 points, 15 rebounds), Aaron Holiday (12 points, five assists), Jeremy Lamb (13 points) and Myles Turner (seven points, five blocks) all had their moments. T.J. McConnell (six points, 11 assists) kept the pace brisk with the second unit and Doug McDermott benefitted (16 points).

Xs and Os: Taj Gibson (two points) began defending Sabonis without help in the post and it produced four quick points. The Knicks had to commit an extra body which opened the perimeter for 3s. The Pacers were 6-for-14 in taking a 66-60 first-half lead. The best example was late in the second quarter when Sabonis anticipated the double, got the ball out quickly and two extra passes later Holiday spotted up for an open 3 that swished. The Knicks had no answer for that and seem lost on how to defend basic pick-and-rolls. Sabonis was 5-for-5 in the first half shooting. In the second half, they allowed McDermott to catch passes in rhythm off curls or in transition as he lined up 3s to push the lead to double digits. The Knicks’ bigs, namely Mitchell Robinson, stayed back and tried to late contest. Bad idea. The Pacers shot 12-for-28 from 3, or 43%.

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Big save: Turner didn’t do much offensively, but his length preserved victory. He blocked Robinson’s bid to tie the score in transition and then denied Randle (16 points, 12 rebounds) who was awarded two foul shots. Randle missed the second one with 0.1 seconds left but suffice to say Turner’s presence meant everything. No shot-blocker, different outcome.