And unlike his first victory, which was marred a bit by how many times it took to complete, this one left no doubt as it was voted upon by the harshest critics imaginable – the fans! And with 52% of the vote, Nate “Lex Luthor” Robinson defeated Dwight “Superman” Howard! Shoulda done a different last [...]
Archive for February, 2009
Barely a week before the February 19th trade deadline, the Knicks are keeping a low profile. Even though the team sits just 2 1/2 games out of a playoff spot, Donnie Walsh almost certainly won’t be bringing in reinforcements for the stretch run. In fact, the biggest speculation is over whether he’ll trade his best player for a [...]
New York looks to bounce back from maybe the toughest loss of the season. I can’t think of anohter game so far that has resulted in so much analysis. Both Mike K. and 7SOM took a good long look at the game. If you have not read what they have to say, I encourage you to [...]
Who is to blame for Sunday’s loss?
This is late. Really late. Like Knicks help defense late. But I got a late start on the podcast and had a hard time watching this game over again. In Episode 17 I breakdown the final four Blazer possessions and touch on how Brandon Roy maneuvers his way through the defense, Al Harrington’s poor recognition, [...]
Well “Dream Week” is over and not a moment too soon. New York went 0-3 against 3 of the NBA top five teams. I cant say I’m surprised but I am happy about the quality of play. If the energy and execution remain high, New York could manage a winning record on this west coast swing. First [...]
With apologies to Rakim, the greatest MC of his era… It’s been a long time, I shouldn’t have left you Without previews to step to Think of how many games you shlept through Time’s up, I’m sorry I kept you Waiting on this, analytical blitz The previews from the game thread soloist As you sit by the CPU, hand on [...]