Thursday's Knicks Links: Curry teases Porzingis over tunnel-shot

Knicks pummeled by Warriors: As the shot clock was winding down, the Warriors knew who to give the ball to and Stephen Curry delivered as only he can. The reigning MVP, who is a lock to win the award again, banked in an off-balanced three-pointer from the right wing as the buzzer sounded. Curry wasn’t done though. On the next possession, he drifted into the corner and drained another three with no Knick near him. -- Newsday

Carmelo Anthony: Stephen Curry taking it to another level: Carmelo Anthony doesn’t like to compare players, but he basically said Stephen Curry is incomparable. The Warriors guard has been the NBA’s best player this season. Curry is headed for his second straight MVP award and he’s doing it in a way that hasn’t been seen often, if ever. -- Newsday

Stephen Curry scores 34 as Warriors crush Knicks, 121-85, for 50th straight home win : Phil Jackson wisely ended his road trip in Los Angeles and thus was spared the humiliation of watching Stephen Curry — Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf as Jackson calls him — pick apart his sorry team. -- New York Daily News

Carmelo Anthony has every right to throw his weight around: Maybe James Dolan can arrange it so Phil Jackson can coach 41 games at Madison Square Garden and the other 41 at Staples Center near his home in Playa Del Rey, California. That would make Dolan 2-for-2 with offers too good for Jackson to refuse. -- New York Daily News

Knicks sign shooting guard Tony Wroten: The New York Knicks officially announced the signing of Tony Wroten, a combo guard that Phil Jackson believes can help the club once he fully recovers from knee surgery. -- New York Daily News

Curry lights up Knicks to lead Warriors to 50th straight home ‘W’: Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf couldn’t have done it better. Stephen Curry returned to greatness after his dud of a game at the Garden in January, slicing the Knicks into a bloody carcass with 34 points in 28 minutes as the Warriors slaughtered the Knicks 121-85 at Oracle Arena in their season’s most lopsided defeat. -- New York Post

Curry teases Porzingis over tunnel-shot copycat: Stephen Curry said he “wasn’t impressed” by the 7-foot-3 Kristaps Porzingis making his trick-shot bomb Tuesday from the Oracle Arena hallway. -- New York Post

Kurt Rambis has mixed feelings on potential replacement Luke Walton: Knicks interim coach Kurt Rambis says the Warriors have taken on the selfless playing style of his former Lakers pupil, Luke Walton. -- New York Post

Warriors Challenged by Knicks, but for Only a Few Minutes: The Golden State Warriors started their game against the Knicks on Wednesday night by missing their first six shots. It was an atypical sequence from the Warriors, the N.B.A.’s most dominant team, and the Knicks took the lead. The crowd at Oracle Arena sat in silence. Everyone in the building seemed confused. -- The New York Times