They seriously couldn’t just spell “Mountain” out? Anyhow, I figured we should have a game thread for those willing to watch the Rising Star debut of New York Knick, Kevin Knox! If there’s any basketball justice in this world, Mitchell Robinson will be on the team next season as a sophomore. Where he will be representing the New Orleans Pelicans, of course. Let’s go Team U.S.A.!
Historically, it seems like the Knicks always play surprisingly well against the Raptors. That has been the case so far tonight, with Dennis Smith Jr. and Deandre Jordan connecting on one of the most beautiful alley oop dunks you’ll ever see. Smith is certainly a fun player. Let’s go, Knicks!
The Porzingis trade must have messed up the site, since there was no automatic game thread! I got you, though. I’m among the 20 or so people in attendance tonight to see the Knicks host the Pistons! Hey, at least I get to avoid paying any attention to the State of the Union! Let’s go…MitchRob!
The Knicks’ 2017-18 season comes to a merciful end tonight. The chances are high that the Knicks will lose this one, since the Cavaliers still have something to play for. They are currently the #4 seed and getting to the #3 seed (and a second round match-up with the Kyrie-less Celtics) is clearly a very juicy place to be, so the Cavs will be playing to win and the Cavs are much better than the Knicks, so even if the Knicks try to win (and they will try to win, because they’re morons), the Cavs should pull this out. So …continue reading
Tonight is a huge game. It is the first night of a home and home against the Cleveland “Still in the hunt for the #3 seed and the chance to play the Kyrie-less Boston Celtics in the first round” Cavaliers, which the Knicks should be destroyed by the Cavaliers in both games, leading to a real possibility that the Knicks could end up tied for the #7 seed, by virtue of the Bulls beating the Nets tonight and then the Nets beating the “No reason to care” Celtics in their final game of the season. Either way, so long as …continue reading
Remember when they won a couple of games and it seemed like they were locked in to the #9 spot in the draft and people said, “You can’t get mad about the wins now, since they’re locked in to the #9 seed so it doesn’t matter”? Well, as it turned out, it still did matter, as the Knicks enter tonight just one game ahead of Chicago and just two ahead of the Nets. They still have a chance in this thing! Orlando, however, is going to be difficult to lose to, especially at home. I predict 25 points for THJ …continue reading