Little late here, looks like the game is over already. But here is a game thread for comments. Tough week for our Knickerbockers….
Ex-Knick Jamal Crawford had 50 points last night…
The Bucks seem to have had our number of late, but I have a good feeling about this one, despite the fact that both Redd and Bogut seemed to have revived somewhat of late. Here are Thomas B’s thoughts from his Week in Advance…. n the two losses to the Bucks, the Knicks had eFG% of 44.4 and 38.3. That is well below the Knicks’ average eFG% of 50.4. The Knicks need to move the ball and get good shots against a team that is not especially strong on defense (106.3, 13th, 49.6 eFG%, 16th). What to watch for: Get …continue reading
All, Recently it’s come to light that some people’s comments are ending up as spam. Therefore I’m going to try to play around with the settings in order to attempt to make sure good comments don’t end up with the ones trying to fill the comment section with advertising for pharmaceuticals. I’m not sure exactly what settings I’ll end up with, but in any event it’s probably best that you register & login when you’re posting. If you find that your posts are ending up in the trash, please email me (see the button above) and I’ll try to pull …continue reading
Recently there’s been some discussion in the comment section at KnickerBlogger about the Knicks roster needs. Coach D’Antoni is known to keep the rotation short, but a 7 man team seems to be small even for him. The problem seems to be the lack of quality at the end of the Knicks’ bench. Malik Rose saw time early on, but D’Antoni probably got tired of seeing Rose end up with the ball under the hoop and unable to finish. (I sure was!) Roberson made a name for himself in the summer league, but played his way out of the rotation. …continue reading
New York Knicks vs Phoenix Suns Shaq.