I take it you’re here to read about Toney Douglas? Tonight, Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups made their Knicks debuts. Both shot poorly from the field (10/25 and 4/12 respectively), but each made key contributions in the fourth quarter as the Knicks held on for a 114-108 win over a Bucks team that is just [...]
Archive for February, 2011
The other day, when asked what was New York’s feeling on Carmelo Anthony being traded to the Knicks I answered that fans were split into three groups. The first group was pro-Melo, tend to think of him as an elite NBA player, and the best clutch scoring swingman the team has had since Bernard King. [...]
Also the game thread…
Well, kinda, sorta breaking… Here are the details: NBA.com reports that Williams goes to the Nets for Devin Harris, Derrick Favor, and two first round picks. I suspect that makes things harder for the Knicks if they had their eye on him.
I was already well into writing this mid-season missive when word of the Melo deal became all but official. Which, in a way, is appropriate: it seems as though no writer, blogger, or player has been able to do his job this year without constantly being confronted with the about-faces and game-changers which made the [...]
With the Knicks finally acquiring Carmelo Anthony, I thought I’d take a close look at New York’s latest All Star from a few different perspectives. In each area, I attempted to use statistics to lead the discussion. WHO DOES CARMELO COMPARE TO HISTORICALLY? A few years ago I came up with my own method of [...]
Jeremy from Roundball Mining Company, was kind enough to answer some questions about the new Knicks. BALKMAN KB: How did Denver use him most often, as a PF or SF? RMC: Balkman was not used often enough to classify him as either. Two seasons ago I would say he was used more at power forward. [...]