These Monday games always seem to start earlier than I figured. The tank is off to a strong start in the first! 30 wins is in sight! Let’s go? Knicks!
Under normal circumstances, I would not even be slightly concerned about tonight today’s game because the Warriors are normally SO much better than the Knicks. They are still better than the Knicks without Kevin Durant, but the difference is obviously smaller. Not small enough that I think the Knicks have a legitimate chance of winning the game, but small enough that it wouldn’t completely blow my mind. Therefore, I am just slightly worried enough to be, well, slightly worried. Let’s go? Knicks!
Another big tank game for the ‘Bockers tonight! A loss would be huge! Let’s go? Knicks!
This is a big game for the tank, as the Magic have been playing a little better since their roster became more balanced following the Serge Ibaka trade and the Knicks will be without Billy tonight. So this is a lose-able game for the Knicks, but it is a borderline lose-able game, so it can be a tricky one. Let’s go? Knicks!
A big game for the Tank tonight, as the Knicks host the 76ers, who have been playing better recently even without Embiid. This is a must lose game for the tank! Let’s go! Knicks?
The drive for the #8 seed starts tonight! The Knicks begin the back half of the NBA season by heading to Cleveland to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers as Melo shows the Cavs why they should have traded for him and Derrick Rose begins his drive to get his $150 contract extension from the Knicks! Lets go, Knicks!
This is a huge game for the tank. The Knicks head to OKC to take on the Thunder in the final game before the All-Star break. They really need to lose this one. If they pull this out, there’s no way that they sell before the trade deadline. And the problem is is that as good as Russell Westbrook is, the Kanter-less Thunder are still pretty mediocre themselves. This is a winnable game for the Knicks. Let’s go? Knicks!