Happy MLK day! [This MLK day think about sharing your time and/or resources with those in need.] New York (15-24) hosts Chicago (18-23) in the traditional MLK matinee today. Chicago won the last meeting at home 105-100 in a game that featured some very poor shooting from New York. New York’s 45.2 eFG% was well below their current [...]
Archive for January, 2009
Looks like the Knicks are going to have an uphill battle scoring tonight. The Sixers rank 6th on defense. Watch for turnovers (Philly 6th overall, Knicks 16th) and getting to the line (Philly 8th, Knicks 27th) as keys when the Knicks have the ball. When the Sixers are on offense, New York needs to protect the glass (Philly 2nd, Knicks 17th).
Kelly Dwyer writes: How people can keep underestimating David Lee, thinking that he’s a product of a lousy team, easy shots, porous defense, uninspired opponents, lefty fetishism, Chris Duhon, the Washington Wizards … it boggles the mind. 30 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, two steals, zero turnovers in 41:28; that’s a player. That’s someone that’s [...]
Washington at New York, 7:30pm. Testing out the blog/forum link.
Hello all. This is going to be a quick and dirty game preview because I am swamped with work. So I am going to give you the best that my 1 hour lunch break will allow. So no jokes, and only meta-human analysis instead of my normal super-human analysis. I bearly have time to this [...]
I napped through most of last night’s game against the Hornets and woke up some time late third quarter and had this message from Mike in my inbox: Are you watching this. Are the Knicks just switching on every pick (esp. with Jeffries)? I’ve seen the Knicks do this when the opposition tries to establish [...]
Of course, I was hoping it would come on the basketball court and not the, you know, court court over allegedly sexually harassing his former chauffeur, Dave Kuchinksy.