New York (15-21 overall, 6-11 road, 5-7 vs Western Conference) visits Oklahoma City (20-6 overall, 10-8 home, 12-4 vs Eastern Conference). Oklahoma City feasts on the East–most of the good Western Conference teams do. Don’t get me wrong I think Oklahoma City is a pretty good team with a very nice core of young players, but their current [...]
Archive for January, 2010
Jared Jeffries shining some light on the debate.
I’ve been so engrossed with the Eastern Conference standings–and the Knicks’ rise therein (smile)–that I had no clue as to what kind of season Houston was having. I was surprised to see Houston sitting in 7th place–ahead of Utah and New Orleans– in a very tough Western Conference. I honestly expected Houston to struggle this [...]
The only game in the NBA tonight is Charlotte at New York. I guess with the BCS National Championship tonight the NBA scheduled a game they thought would be of little importance. Well guess what NBA, this game happens to be very important. Seriously, it is. The Knicks need this game to even the season series with the [...]
There’s no doubt that I’ve been a fan of Kevin Pelton’s work over the years. But recently he’s written a bunch of articles that would be of interest to this site. The first is Knick related, as Pelton looked at New York’s recent success. The most surprising change is in terms of the Knicks’ pace. [...]
The four rules to D’Antoni’s rotation.
I’m thinking this Robinson/D’Antoni thing could be a Journey song… He’s just a 5’8” guard, He plays the game extra hard They say he’s immature but he does not care. Well he’s the high priced coach with a S.S.O.L. approach They say his rotation is short but he does not care. The guard took a circus [...]