Put your thoughts about this awful (ly entertaining at times) game where the Knicks came back from 21 points down and now are headed to double overtime. Perhaps we might see Gallo in double overtime?
Here are two video clips on the Knicks defense in their home opener. Both show the Knicks switching on every pick. The first one is of the technique working, as Miami struggles to find an open man. The other is two possessions showing different ways the Heat took advantage of this strategy. [Note: There’s no audio on these clips for those at work. I’d like to say that’s by design, but as you can see I’m no Gian.]
The Knicks lost the 2010 opener in Miami 93 to 115. New York tied the game at 46 on a Lee layup with 2:49 left in the 2nd quarter. But the game fell apart for them shortly after. Miami would score 10 consecutive points in the next 2:19 and then outscore the Knicks 34-15 in the third quarter. Some notes on the game: Jeffries took the opening tip, but that’s the closest he came to being a center. Immediately after the tip, and for most of the game, he defended the SF position. Continuing from last year, the Knicks continued …continue reading
Your in-game and post-game thoughts.
Ok folks, time to make your voice heard. How many wins do you see the Knicks having this year?
Mike Kurylo explores both sides of his brain when looking at the upcoming season.