With trade rumors circulating, I decided to look at some of the possibilities of a three way T-Mac deal. From the Knicks perspective, it’s obvious that they want to shed either Jeffries or Curry, and rumors are that they covet McGrady. It’s unlikely that the Knicks are going to make the playoffs, but the Rockets [...]
Archive for February, 2010
Jon Abbey has evolved from commenter to writer. And he has a plan.
After Saturday night’s defeat against Cleveland, the self loathing Knicks fan comes out and spews some venom.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are statistically the best team in the league. Their expected win percentage (based on point differential) is .743, which is slightly worse than their actual win percentage of .784. They excel at shooting percentage on both ends of the floor (2nd offensive eFG, 1st defensive eFG) and also defensive rebounding (2nd). The [...]
Courtesy of Basketball Prospectus: Danilo Gallinari, G-F, New York: Gallinari has taken steps towards becoming the next great homegrown Knick, a legitimate running mate for whatever star free agent the Knicks land next summer. Gallinari’s perimeter shooting is as good as advertised, but his developing ability to put the ball on the floor has kept [...]
Chris Duhon sat for the second half of the Knicks 107-85 win last night against the Wizards. I went back & checked all the games where Duhon played less than 24 minutes, and couldn’t find any where the Knicks point guard failed to appear in the second half. In other words, for the first time [...]
Basketballl Hall of Famer and longtime Knick Dick McGuire passed away today at the age of 84. I was at the Knick game where they celebrated the best Knick of each decade, and McGuire was absent (he was the Knick of the 1950s, naturally), so I was worried about his health then. Our condolences to [...]