Knicks’ Tom Thibodeau looks forward to Mitchell Robinson development, reflects on Pat Riley influence

Tom Thibodeau seems like a big Mitchell Robinson fan.

On Friday, Thibodeau was asked about his impressions of Robinson.

Here’s what he said about the Knicks’ third-year center:

“What he did last year was put a lot of pressure on the rim,” Thibodeau said. “He’s an incredible athlete. But we don’t want to put a ceiling on him. We want to continue to work on all aspects of his game and develop.

“He spent some time here (in New York) earlier in the summer and we’re hopeful that, you know, we can get him back in and get to work with him so he can build on those skills.”

Robinson won’t be part of the Knicks’ voluntary team workouts in the bubble. He’s missing the sessions due to personal reasons. But Robinson was in New York for individual workouts earlier this month and worked with the coaching staff over the

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Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes high school sports attendance bill, setting up possible override vote in General Assembly

Gov. Tom Wolf, as promised, vetoed a bipartisan-backed bill on Monday that would have given local officials’ authority this year to decide whether to hold K-12 sports and activities and set crowd limits at events.

This action shows his determination to urge Pennsylvanians to adhere to his 25-person limit for indoor events and 250 for outdoor contests to control the spread of COVID-19, even though a federal judge has declared those limits along with other pandemic-related restrictions the governor ordered as unconstitutional. The Wolf Administration has requested a stay on that order while appealing U.S. Western District Court Judge William Stickman IV’s ruling.

In his veto message, the governor said, “We have been confronting extraordinary challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic. As we continue the fight against COVID-19, we need to continue to prioritize the health and welfare of Pennsylvanians and minimize public health risks. However, this bill does nothing to

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Tom Cotton Says Joe Biden ‘Will Continue to Send Jobs to China’ if Elected

Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas said Democratic nominee Joe Biden would “continue to send our jobs to China” if he were to win the November 3 election as President Donald Trump’s campaign team attacked their rival over his record on the country.



Tom Cotton wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Sen. Tom Cotton speaks to the media after attending a briefing with administration officials on January 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Republican said Biden would continue shipping U.S. jobs to China if he is elected president in November.


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Sen. Tom Cotton speaks to the media after attending a briefing with administration officials on January 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Republican said Biden would continue shipping U.S. jobs to China if he is elected president in November.

Chinese Ambassador Liu Xiaoming Says ‘US Politicians Will Say Anything To Get Elected’

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Appearing on Fox News on Monday, Sen. Cotton also accused Biden of defending the decision to award China with “favored-nation” status and taking away U.S. manufacturing jobs.

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Speaking to Fox & Friends this morning, Cotton said: “This week is the 20th anniversary

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