Do you approve of the trade?
Before the second meeting between the Knicks and Lakers this season, I asked Darius Soriano of Forum Blue and Gold a couple questions about the view from Lakeside. Without further ado…
Rumors have been floating around for several months that the Knicks will trade Anthony Randolph to either the Pacers, the Timberwolves, or the Trailblazers, for a first-round pick to be used in any Nuggets-Knicks Carmelo trade. The latest trade rumor made me wonder: If the Knicks will include Randolph in a trade, why, exactly, would the Nuggets prefer a draft pick instead of him? Randolph oozes with potential. He has filled up box scores and highlight reels against some of the best teams in the league. Golden State fans hated his inclusion in the David Lee trade. He is coming …continue reading
Following the Fo’ with the Foes interview Philadunkia did with Mike Kurylo, I thought it might be a good idea to do a similar interview with a Philadunkia Blogger. Below is the transcript of my talk with Carey Smith of Philadunkia. Especially noteworthy: he says Philadunkia fans notice similarities between their team and ours regarding one of the main problems Knicks fans have been complaining about recently… Knickerblogger: Knicks fans were quick to point to Elton Brand’s explosion for a season-high point total on Thursday as yet another example of our poor interior defense. Are we not giving Brand enough …continue reading
For one half, the Knicks looked ready to give the Heat everything they could handle. The second half revealed NY was running on fumes.
To be honest, if before the season started I had known that the Knicks would drop this game, I wouldn’t have been too upset. The Nuggets have been a quality team for a number of seasons, and losing to them on the road would be no great problem. The problem is that I likely would have assumed that the Knicks entered the game with a better record than the 3-7 they sported as they entered the Pepsi Center this evening, a record made even more excruciating by the manner in which the Knicks have lost. Tonight’s loss was the Knicks’ …continue reading
Amar’e Stoudemire: Cultural Explorer . “Stoudemire told The Associated Press on Friday that he believes he has ‘Hebrew roots’through his mother, Carrie. The five-time All-Star is on a weeklong visit to learn about Israel, its language and religions.” And, from Amar’e’s Twitter feed: “Wow!! The fans here are amazing. Everyone cheers “NEW YORK KNICKS!!” “NEW YORK KNICKS!!“” For those of you interested in Twitter, new-Knick Ronny Turiaf frequently updates and has on a few occasions offered to buy lunch for the first Knicks fan to find him. As a bonus, his background has a pretty awesome shot of him in a …continue reading