I am a big Patrick Ewing fan and I am thrilled that he is the Knicks’ representative tonight. I am such a Ewing fan that I held off on “Can Patrick Ewing finally win something for the Knicks?” as the title of this thread. Anyways, here we are, twenty minutes away from the start of perhaps the most important Draft Lottery in the Knicks’ history. Let’s go, Knicks!
In case you happen to check out Knickerblogger, I thought it’d be fun to show you what posters here had to say when you were drafted last June. People were very much into you from the start. Frank had some pre-pick thoughts… There really are some interesting names left. 9 picks left. I’d be super happy with: Frazier Okobo Melton Jacob Evans KBD Mitchell robinson Khyri Thomas Bruce Brown Justin Jackson Silky Johnson, Fleet Admiral of the Tank Armada announced the pick… Mitchell Robinson, not Deanthony Melton….. The reactions began… Frank Mitchell Robinson? I can roll with that. Brian Cronin …continue reading
Wow, what a get by the Knicks! Here is the list of representatives that the Knicks have had over the years for the Draft Lottery. Lots of uninspired choices over the years (and some really good ones, like Walt Frazier in 2017 and Reggie Jackson joining Houston in 2009)… Dave DeBusschere (1985) Scott Stirling (1986) Scott Layden (2002) Allan Houston (2003) John Starks (2005) Mike D’Antoni (2008) Allan Houston and Reggie Jackson (2009) Steve Mills (2015) Walt Frazier (2017) Scott Perry (2018) So this is a big get for the Knicks. It obviously doesn’t really matter, but it’s still nice! …continue reading
I thought this might be a fun thing to do… Warriors vs. Clippers Nuggets vs. Spurs Blazers vs. Thunder Rockets vs Jazz Since the polls don’t track who voted for what, feel free to make a comment, as well, to take credit for your predictions. The site seems to have problems with too much script, so I split the conferences up.
I thought this might be a fun thing to do… Bucks vs. Pistons Raptors vs. Magic Sixers vs. Nets Celtics vs. Pacers Since the polls don’t track who voted for what, feel free to make a comment, as well, to take credit for your predictions.
As ptmilo nicely pointed out, this final game of the Knicks’ 2018-19 season is a meaningful game because the Pistons can still be eliminated if they lose and the Charlotte Hornets beat the Orlando Magic (which will be tough, since the Magic have seeding reasons to win tonight, as well). So we can actually watch a meaningful game where we can root for the Knicks to win! It’s a final treat for the season! Let’s go, MitchRob! This is your last game where you’re the best player on the team, so enjoy it!
These are heady times. The Bulls need to lose this one and they will do their best to do so and so the Knicks will almost certainly win this game, so we can both root for a win tonight and expect it to happen. It’s been a long time since we could have said that about a Knick game, right? Let’s go, Mitch Rob!