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So often, they feel compelled to say what they say, as if they understand that there’s a required reverence for walking through the doors at Madison Square Garden, a necessary toll for stepping onto the floor. It’s still nice to hear, sure. It props up New York’s chronic basketball defeatism to hear stars prayerfully pay tribute to “The Mecca” and “The World’s Most Famous Arena.”

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But we know they don’t really know. Because most of them, they can’t really know. They only know what they’re told. They only know what they’ve read about.

Kemba Walker, he knows.

Kemba understands the Garden. He understands what the Knicks mean to basketball New York, and especially what a good Knicks team means to the city. But even more than the team, there is the arena. There is the Garden.

“This,” Walker said Tuesday, “is a dream come true.”

The Garden was always a magnet for him, all the way back to The Bronx, Intermediate School 174, to the Sack-Wern Houses in Soundview and to the New York Gauchos, later across the river at Rice High. The Garden was where he found his star one forever week in 2011, when as a Connecticut Husky he engineered five wins in five nights over DePaul, Georgetown, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Louisville.

And the Garden is home now, more home for Walker because New York is home for him, because the Garden isn’t just a famous name or a page out of a history book the way it is for so many other stars who genuflect reflexively in its shadow.

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“I’m in a Knicks uniform now,” Walker said. “That makes it 10 times more special.”

Said Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau: “Kemba has played so many games in the Garden, he knows what the Garden means, and what the Knicks mean to the city.”

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Opening night Wednesday will be all about Walker in so many ways. He was one of the Knicks’ prime offseason additions (along with Evan Fournier) so that would make him a subject of intrigue anyway. And the opponent will be the Celtics, the team that traded him away after an injury-plagued 2020-21 season, a team the Knicks figure to jostle with all year for position in the Eastern Conference.

And, of course, he is home, maybe 10 miles south as the crow flies from Lafayette Avenue, where his signature is scrawled on the floor of the outdoor basketball court at Sack-Wern. The Knicks are hoping Walker can add his name to the shifting culture they are trying to build, one that yielded a 41-31 record and caught the attention of a lot of interested parties across the league.

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“Playing against these guys last year, watching them, how hard they played and the great success they had was great,” Walker said. “These guys get along very well, and I hope I can come in and add to that.”

Walker’s chief challenge will be staying on the court, because for all the excitement his presence will generate, he is 10 years removed from that electric senior year at UConn, which culminated with a national title three weeks after his storybook run at the Garden.

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He missed 29 games last season, and while he was an All-Star as recently as two years ago (his fourth straight nod), one of the reasons the Celtics were willing to part with him — dumping him to Oklahoma City last June so the Thunder could buy him out and waive him — was because they believed too much of the tread had already been frayed off his radials.

It will require some delicate management. It will mean he only plays half of a bunch of back-to-backs this year, and will force Thibodeau to think twice about loading up Walker’s minutes during the regular season, regardless of how well he’s playing. But Walker has a huge believer in Thibodeau, and that’s a good place to start.

The coach didn’t know Walker well before they began working together but Thibodeau is friends with coaches who’ve worked with him, and he got to know him a little when he was touring team training camps between jobs. He said the praise he’d hear about Walker was effusive and universal.

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“You think, ‘They can’t all be true,’ ” Thibodeau said of the glowing reviews, laughing. “Then you’re around him and, yeah, they’re all true.”

Julius Randle, listening to Walker talk about his homecoming on the other side of the press-room door Tuesday, entered the room, smiled, said: “He’s home! What more do you all want to know?”

And then added his endorsement for his brand-new wing man.

“It’s fun,” Randle said. “He’s a great leader, he’s great in the locker room and he’ll make the game easier for a lot of us.”

If that happens? You can only imagine what the Garden will sound like. Kemba Walker knows. He’s only been dreaming about that sound his whole life.

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BOSTON — Josh Richardson had some stability at the start of his career, but he’s bounced around recently as he looks to re-establish himself in the league.

Richardson, 28, spent the first four seasons of his career in Miami after he was the 40th pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. He developed a solid reputation there, especially for a former second-round pick.

The early days of Celtics training camp, Richardson said, reminds him of his Heat days. The intensity is way up under C’s coach Ime Udoka, and the players have seen some jawing at each other as they smooth out the edges of their roster — and themselves.

“Just the level of competition,” Richardson said of practices. “Every day, every time we start to scrimmage or every time we do something live, it’s like everybody is trying to kill each other. It’s real physical. Everyone is talking s— to each other and the way I’m cut and the way a lot of these guys are cut, I can tell that’s good for us because it keeps you engaged in practice.”

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Richardson’s a well-traveled player, now on the fourth team of his career. He’s done an impressive job sticking in the league, though it hasn’t been without his struggles. The Celtics hope to use his services well as a defender now that he’s meshing with the team.

Richardson’s looking to reestablish himself in the league after a rocky past two seasons. After his Miami stint, he was traded to Philadelphia. Then after one season, he was once again moved to Dallas. That’s where his career took a rough turn. He wasn’t a perfect fit with the Mavericks, and by the playoffs, he faded away.

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“I’m really excited to be here,” Richardson said during Celtics media day. “I think that competing against these guys the last six years has been, I’ve always kind of circled them on my calendar. I’ve always kind of been excited because they have always had competitors.”

Richardson, though, has had some significant experience playing for other teams — specifically for the Celtics’ rivals in Miami and Philadelphia. There are some aspects of those past experiences he can apply to present day.

The training camp experience is also new for everybody involved with Udoka at the helm. But early reports from training camp have seen the Celtics developing an edge to their game, which fits well with the personnel.

“When you are there, you kind of feel like it’s kind of different,” Richardson said of Miami. “The way that everyone is treated, the way that the 15th guy on the bench can go talk and tell the first guy in the game what they can do better and there’s no misunderstandings. … Accountability is a big thing there.”

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There’s also the long-standing rivalry between the Celtics and 76ers. While it’s been lopsided in recent years — especially in the playoffs — that’s a series both fan bases are invested in.

But from the 76ers’ side, when Richardson was there during the 2019-20 season, all the rivalry talk wasn’t exactly welcomed by everyone.

“From when I was there, Joel (Embiid) shut all that down,” Richardson said. “He was like, ‘They always kick our a– so it’s not a rivalry so we’re treating it like that.’ So I mean, it wasn’t really much of a rivalry, it was just like, ‘These guys are good, and are coming in here to whoop us so let’s compete.’”

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LOS ANGELES – The San Francisco Giants had champagne on ice up in northern California but the Los Angeles Dodgers were not ready to roll over in the NL West race Friday night despite falling behind early to the Milwaukee Brewers by four runs.

Rallying to score seven unanswered runs, Los Angeles held on for an 8-6 victory at Dodger Stadium that kept the Giants’ magic number at one for clinching the division.

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And the Giants’ champagne remained on ice Saturday afternoon after they lost, 3-2, in 10 innings to the San Diego Padres. That kept alive the Dodgers’ hopes of forging a tie for first place as they entered their game Saturday night against the Brewers.

For the Brewers, Friday was another day of marking time until their National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves. And another day of losing, as they had done three times in four games on this season-ending trip and 10 times in 16 games since a three-game sweep in Cleveland from Sept. 10-12.

Box score: Dodgers 8, Brewers 6

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Realizing the Dodgers still had something to play for, Brewers manager Craig Counsell went with his “A” team lineup after resting regulars in previous days. But starter Eric Lauer was unable to hold a 5-1 lead and Jandel Gustave, normally a mop-up reliever, was allowed to turn a tie game into a three-run deficit in the seventh.

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The Dodgers struck first on a two-out home run by Trea Turner in the bottom of the first that left Lauer shaking his head. He put a 0-2 fastball up and out of the strike zone, on the outer half, yet Turner managed to drive it down the right-field line and into the short porch inside the foul pole for a 1-0 lead.

The second inning would spell trouble for Los Angeles in more ways than one, with starter Clayton Kershaw making an early exit. Singles by Eduardo Escobar and Luis Urías got things started, setting up a run-scoring double into the left-field corner by Lorenzo Cain.

A groundout to short by Omar Narváez gave the Brewers a 2-1 lead and Kershaw gave himself a chance to stop it there by striking out Lauer. But Kolten Wong laced a run-scoring double into the right-field corner, and that would be all for Kershaw, who departed with manager Dave Roberts and an athletic trainer.

Brusdar Graterol took over for Kershaw and he didn’t last long either, getting lifted after surrendering two runs in the third as the Brewers boosted their margin to 4-1. Christian Yelich legged out an infield hit with one down and raced around to score when Escobar lined a double into the right-field corner.

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When Urías grounded a single up the middle to send home Escobar for a 5-1 lead, Graterol was replaced by lefty Alex Vesia.

Lauer appeared to be cruising when everything unraveled for him in the fifth inning. With one down, Austin Barnes singled just over Wong at second base and pinch-hitter Albert Pujols hit a grounder into the hole at short for another hit. Mookie Betts then singled sharply to center to load the bases.

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Lauer gave himself a chance to escape by popping up Corey Seager but Turner jumped on a first-pitch changeup left up in the zone and lined it out to left-center for a grand slam that tied the game.

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Just like that, two trends ended for Lauer, who exited at the end of the inning. He had compiled a 1.78 ERA over his previous 14 games (13 starts), limiting opponents to a .179 batting average. Lauer also was a noted Dodgers killer, going back to his days with San Diego, posting a 6-0 record and 1.89 ERA in eight starts.

“Trea got me a little bit today,” Lauer said. “The first one was exactly where I wanted to throw it. He just got to it, and the changeup was obviously the worst pitch I threw today.

“I’m happy with how I threw the ball other than that one pitch. They had a lot go their way. There were a couple of opportunities that, if we get a better bounce than we did, we get out of that scot-free. They got some luck and they got some good hits. I’m happy with how I threw the ball, every other pitch except that one.”

Asked if the Brewers might be getting a little stale by losing games that otherwise are meaningless, Lauer said, “There’s a little bit of a different feel to them because you know you’re already in and everything. I mean, everybody wants to go out there and finish the season strong, keep their numbers where they’re at. We’re out there to compete and play because that’s what we like to do. Knowing that we’re already in doesn’t really change the fact that we want to win every game we can.

“I think we’re looking at these games as warm-up games for the playoffs because we’re playing playoff teams. It’s a good chance to really test ourselves and really get the ball rolling to try to go head on into this postseason. We’re playing a good team with a good lineup so it’s a good test of what (the playoffs) are going to be like.”

The Dodgers jumped ahead, 8-5, with three runs in the seventh against Gustave, who was all over the place with his pitches. Pinch-hitter Matt Beaty put his team on top to stay with a one-out home run to right-center and it only got uglier for Gustave.

After Betts was hit by a pitch, Seager singled to center. When both runners moved up on a wild pitch, the Brewers opted to intentionally walk Turner to load the bases. Yet another wild pitch by Gustave send a run home and he exited after Justin Turner popped out.

Lefty Brent Suter took over and the Dodgers boosted their lead to three runs on an infield hit by Max Muncy – a sharp grounder that Wong smothered but couldn’t make a play on.

“With how we designed it, I was open to going to Brent for Seager,” Counsell said when asked why he stuck with Gustave so long. “But once Beaty hit the homer, I tried to let Gustave get through the inning. Once we were down, I wanted Gustave to get through the inning.”

After Kershaw’s early departure, Roberts went deep into his bullpen, summoning seven relievers. The Brewers had success against only one, veteran righty Joe Kelly, trimming the Dodgers’ lead to 8-6 on an RBI single in the eighth by pinch-hitter Daniel Vogelbach.

Closer Kenley Jansen was called on to record the final four outs for the Dodgers.

Of the game turning into a bullpen game for the Dodgers, Counsell said, “It’s a little different. I think that’s the advantage relievers have, is they only have to see a hitter once. Eventually you’re asking a lot of guys to have a good night, but it’s tough.

“Bullpen games are tough when you’re only seeing one pitcher. Generally, you can’t last as a staff doing that, but obviously we’re at the end here so they should be able to survive it. We weren’t able to get much going. We did a nice job against Graterol but that was the only gut we got a good rally against.”