Check out this article by Kevin Broom on the Arenas-less Wizards http://realgm.com/src_goaltending/133/20080117/are_the_wizards_better_without_gilbert_arenas/ This season, the Wizards are indeed a bit better than they were last year — overall. The improvement is not in any of the commonly cited reasons (improved ball movement, better shot selection, more “sharing” of the ball), however. Has the team’s shot [...]
Archive for January, 2008
The Post, along with other outlets, is reporting that Stephon Marbury is “a lock” to have surgery on a chronically fracutred bone spur in his ankle. Although MRI results were not available at the time of writing, prior X-Rays have revealed the fracture. The surgery is quite likely to end Marbury’s season. If the condition [...]
There’s something odd with me. I got off a plane, and traveling in that manner usually messes you up. Either you’re jet lagged from a time zone difference, you’re exhausted from sitting in a tin can for half the day, or American Airlines accidentally ships your luggage to a country that ends in “guay”. Even [...]
Apparently, Marbury really is hurt, and may require surgery. That’d be a blessing in disguise for the Knicks, as presumably at least part of his salary would be paid by insurance, right? EDITED TO ADD: Reader Brendan adds something that is certainly worth pointing out: If this level of damage is sufficient to require surgery, [...]
At about 4:30 Wednesday two tickets to the Knicks game fell on my lap. Unfortunately due to personal circumstances it wasn’t a good day for me to go. So I tried to unload the tickets. I sent an email to a few writers on my site, but no one was able to go. I sent [...]
Halftime, the Knicks are actually up three on the Rockets. David Lee and Nate Robinson sure had themselves a half, eh? Discuss, folks!
Here is a discussion thread, for those folks still willing to suffer through Knicks’ games. Drown your sorrows here, fellas! By the by, has anyone else noticed that the Knicks aren’t even being DISCUSSED really anymore? They’re simply used as a punchline. For other bad teams, columnists make suggestions and stuff like that – for [...]