The Sixers almost won a game last night and the Timberwolves actually did win the other night. So the other teams in the “Race” for the bottom of the standings are doing their part – the Knicks have to keep doing their part. Let’s go? Knicks!
These next two games against Minnesota and Philadelphia might make or break the Knicks’ season. A quick word, though, on tiebreakers when it comes to the lottery. Ties are not broken the traditional way. If the Knicks end the season tied with either Minnesota or Philadelphia for the worst record, the two teams would then just evenly split the lottery balls allotted for #1 and #2 combined (a three-way tie would then be the same, just adding in the #3 lottery balls). Then a coin flip would determine which team is “officially” #1 and #2 for the purposes of the …continue reading
I seriously almost fear saying something about games that should be automatic losses like this one, because then Hardaway and Shved will go, like, 18 for 20 from three point land and the Knicks will pull off an upset win. But with the Spurs playing so well recently, this would be a hard-to-believe win for the Knicks. Let’s go? Knicks!
The Suns are really reeling right now, so this game is not an easy loss. The Knicks are going to have to work to lose this one. Let’s go, Knicks!
The Warriors held a bunch of their stars out against Denver and lost. Now their stars will play against the Knicks. That’s weird, right? Philly lost tonight, so this is a big game for the Knicks! Let’s go, Knicks (to the loss column)!
A while back, I would have been worried about this game, but no more, as the Lakers are foolishly trying to win (Byron Scott was running out a 9-man rotation last game!), so the Knicks should be in good shape tonight. But if they were to win a game, this Lakers team is pretty bad, so it will be scary! Let’s go? Knicks!