Knicks Morning News (2021.11.21)

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    1. So did I miss anything? (ps unexpectedly swank wedding with a kickass 7pc band, danced my old ass off)

    2. We had to watch some of this season’s worst stretches of basketball but at the end Burks and IQ were able to spare us the ignominy of an home loss with the Rockets (I misread the standings yesterday, they were in a 13 games losing streak, not 10).

      This team goes as far as our ball movement goes, as far as winning as a team is embraced more than being the hero.

      Yesterday’s first quarter was a microcosm of this, we took and hit only one shot after decent ball movement in the entire half, a Fournier’s three, while all the other shanenigans produced 10 measly points.

      I still believe in this team’s potential, they were on the right path at the start of the season and then brutally derailed but the pieces are there, now it’s up to the players to sacrifice “their” for gaining “our”, to the coaches to keep teaching the right things (defense, intensity, ball movement, in rhythm shots) and to the FO to take the right measures if there’s no visible progress and get rid of everyone that stand in the way.

      Starting tonight, the next 7 games will tell us a lot about this team, we need at least 3 wins (I’ll be popping champagne for a 5-2).

      Stats Of The Game:
      A lot to talk about: the Rockets had 22 turnovers (and we scored only 15 points out of it, they had 25 pts off our 15 TOs), we were outrebounded 48-37 and the Rockets had 56 points in the paint to our 26.
      But I’ll go with the return of the Invisible 6Th Man: Houston shot 10-39 from 3.

      Play Of The Game:
      In a span of 39 seconds Good-Julius swirled two times through Houston’s defense just to find the red-hot Burks for a couple of threes.
      Knicks lead went from 2 to 8 points, game over.

    3. Fournier B + (19-2-2 + 7)
      The best of the starters, active on defense despite his deficiencies (1 STL 1 BLK) and assertive on offense after a slow start, had a couple of nice assists mixed in. He’s the one with more to gain if we’ll be able to keep the ball moving.

      Robinson B (6-5 2BLK + 5)
      He’s a different player from last year, more physical and less mobile but still very useful when involved. alas he can’t stay healthy and he’s unlucky as hell.

      Walker C + (9-2-3 2 STL + 5)
      Sometimes he goes to the rim and his body refuses to help, maybe he can benefit from a faster pace. He has had worst game, he has had better games but he can still be useful.

      Randle C (16-10-9 + 2)
      Thank God he didn’t get the “Westbrook triple double”. Good-Julius is a legit All-Star even when the shot is off, Bad-Julius is a second-rate Carmelo, unwatchable and immensely irritating. He rocks back and forth between this two, let’s hope that when the rocking chair finally stop it’ll be on the right side… I did gift him half-a-grade because he took only 1 shot in the 4th quarter (he was blocked by… Eric Gordon)

      Barrett F + (11-1-2 -2)
      This was the 9th consecutive game in which he shot under 40%. Meanwhile his defense has gone south and tonight rebounds and assists are missing too. Politics will negate it, but is time to bench him for a couple of games. Maybe running with the turbo Bench Mob can help him…

    4. Burks A (20-3-5 5 STL + 1)
      His numbers in the 4th: 17 points, 4 REB, 3 AST, 4 STL. That’s a good well rounded game in only 12 minutes. A pest on defense. This is the Burks we expected. I’d like to watch him take RJ’s starting spot for a couple of games.

      IQ A (13-1 + 11)
      10 points in the 4th (so he and Burks combined for 27 points out of 34), no assists tonight but he’s in a good run and his defense is improving daily, let’s hope he keeps it going.

      Noel C + (2-6-1 3 BLK)
      Woeful first half, lost his mind for a minute and the rookies had to calm him down to avoid damage. He was much better in the second half and the blocks were glorious.

      Toppin C (6-4-1 + 5)
      Fell in love with the 3s and 3 TOs are way too much, still a force when he can run or attack the basket on quick cuts. Not his best game of the season.

      Rose D (4-1-4 -5)
      Are we using him too much? He looks tired in this last few games and his shot is often short. I expect a quick reversal tonight in his old stomping ground.

      Thibs A-
      Deserve a lot of credit for the closing lineup (IQ, Burks, Fournier, Randle, Noel). He keeps preaching the right things, it’ll be nice if all his players hear him…

    5. Z-man:
      So did I miss anything? (ps unexpectedly swank wedding with a kickass 7pc band, danced my old ass off)

      Nice! You easily won the trade ;-)

    6. Burks A (20-3-5 5 STL +1)
      His numbers in the 4th: 17 points, 4 REB, 3 AST, 4 STL. That’s a good well rounded game in only 12 minutes. A pest on defense. This is the Burks we expected. I’d like to watch him take RJ’s starting spot for a couple of games.

      Sorry I mixed it up and inverted rebounds and assists, Burks line was:

      Burks A (20-5-3 5 STL + 1)

    7. Max: Toppin: Fell in love with the 3s and 3 TOs are way too much, still a force when he can run or attack the basket on quick cuts. Not his best game of the season.

      Agree with all your above, and thx, Max.

      Definitely Obi is reading our blog too much. Those threes he took early in the shot clock might get him benched. Obi has to focus on what he can do well and then build from there with incrementally larger challenges (like Mihaly always says ;-)). Good to see his free throws falling now. I do want more from Obi (but also a bit less, please ;-))

    8. Obi is gonna have to keep shooting open 3’s. Maybe not early in the shot clock, but if the ball is moving and he’s open, he’s gotta let fly.

      Have to keep the defense honest.

    9. I agree with both of you.
      I like Obi taking threes when the ball moves and usually he did it the right way,
      but yesterday he hurried a little bit early on the clock and I don’t want him risking the bench for this (actually I’d like him to play more…).

    10. DudeInKnicksTown:
      John Wall will make $44 million not to play basketball this year. Smh.

      And he’s healthy! They need to find a way to avoid things like this (last year Horford’s situation was another example).

    11. IMO tonight against Chicago is a big deal.

      I was shocked how badly the starters came out in Q1 yesterday. They had extra time to prep. We were at home. The opponent was (on paper) a weak one. We should have gone into our sets and run everything to perfection to re-set our season. Instead, the opposite happened until Burks/IQ bailed us out.

      Now we have a re-match against a Chicago team playing very well. We’ve got travel and a later start for us (8 EST). I really hope we start strongly. Not sure what Thibs does for motivation. I doubt it’s blasting “Let the music do the talking.”

    12. The Bulls are missing Patrick Stewart and Vucevic,
      their starting center is Tony Bradley, they play the smallest of small ball and used only 9 players in the last game
      (don’t be fooled by their win in Denver, the Nuggets were without Jokic, Porter and Murray).

      We need to use our depth, must dominate in the paint and crush them on the boards.

    13. Im not surprised that this team plays down to the level of competition. They’re clearly tight right now and going into a game subconsciously expecting a win against young hungry teams sort of erodes the sense of urgency that they need right now. I expect a much more spirited performance by a more focused starting lineup tonight.

      I said last week that the season really begins tonight, i.e. the last 16 games were to position us for this stretch. It would be a lot nicer having a 10-6 record but considering how poorly RJ, Julius, Fournier and Walker have played and how banged up our three 5’s are, things could be a lot worse. This is around the time of the season where good teams start putting it all together. Let’s see what happens.

    14. Max: The Bulls are missing Patrick Stewart and Vucevic,
      their starting center is Tony Bradley, they play the smallest of small ball and used only 9 players in the last game

      … and yet. We are the Knicks.

    15. Z-man: I expect a much more spirited performance by a more focused starting lineup tonight.

      I hope you’re right. I hate that we start passive and responsive in so many of these games rather than just doing “our thing.” It makes me think we don’t have a set “thing.” Our 1Q yesterday was about as bad a pickup squad as I’ve ever seen on TV.

    16. Z-man: Are we talking about the game or a Star Trek TNG remake?

      Haha! :-)

      Patrick Williams and their starting center Leonard Nimoy?

    17. Max: We need to use our depth, must dominate in the paint and crush them on the boards.

      Any good hypotheses on why we got crushed on the boards yesterday (48-37)? Our centers couldn’t stay upright, but the combo still played 47 minutes.

    18. Raven: Any good hypotheses on why we got crushed on the boards yesterday (48-37)? Our centers couldn’t stay upright, but the combo still played 47 minutes.

      My two cents: our centers were often out of position because they went to cover for mistakes and protect the rim, their “not centers” players attacked the boards better (Tate 10, Mathews 3 OReb) plus Wood and Sengun are good rebounders.

      The kid Sengun is something, give him a couple of years and if he can avoid the bad habits usually attached to playing for bad teams, watch out.

    19. “Well sort of, but to be fair, Bill Russell is 87 years old…“

      lol

      That’s like the old Ty Cobb joke.

      Decades after he retired they asked Ty Cobb what he would bat in the modern game.

      He said, “.260”.

      “Only .260” they asked?

      “We’ll, I am 65”.

    20. Max:
      The Bulls are missing Patrick Stewart and Vucevic,
      their starting center is Tony Bradley, they play the smallest of small ball and used only 9 players in the last game
      (don’t be fooled by their win in Denver, the Nuggets were without Jokic, Porter and Murray).

      We need to use our depth, must dominate in the paint and crush them on the boards.

      Make it so!

      I apologize…

    21. Ian O’Connor putting Leon Rose in the hot seat for the off-season moves in the NY Post.

    22. Ian O’Connor putting Leon Rose in the hot seat for the off-season moves in the NY Post.

      Is he trying to wrestle Berman for the crown of most despicable Knicks writer in town?

    23. Only thing I’d really criticize Leon for(at least this past offseason) is not getting another big defensive wing to help out RJ.

    24. Ian O’Connor has an axe to grind with Dolan, so it’s hard to take him seriously. The reality is, it’s way too early to judge what Rose did.

      Case in point: I recently went back and review the 2020 draft threads, in particular the hot takes on a) drafting Quickley and b) trading the 33rd pick for Detroit’s 2023 2nd. Looking back, both of those moves were terrific. IQ is a better player than pretty much everyone taken after him, and nearly everyone taken at #33 or after does not have as much trade value (say, for moving up in the 2022 or 2023 draft, or to include in a trade package right now) than the unscratched 2023 lotto ticket. The “sky is falling” takes have not aged well.

      Replacing 2 starters is a big deal, and here we are at 9-7 in a highly competitive conference even with those moves, with 2 stalwarts from last year shooting poorly, and with three centers all banged up. Easy pickings to shit on the team right now, but let’s give it another 10-20 games before passing judgment.

    25. I don’t think Leon Rose is above criticism. I didn’t love his off-season at the time, then I figured maybe I was overreacting. Now I’m starting to think first thought, best thought.

      He didn’t solve the PG problem, and it looked like Kemba falling into our laps was maybe going to paper over that mistake. Now that is not looking so good. Starting PG is still a hole. He went with the “bring back the band” strategy with the exception of bringing in Evan Fournier. Reasonable moves, but not very creative.

      He also did whatever weird thing he did in the draft, because we were going to be so good we would have no room for a 19 overall pick. This is a year after passing on Haliburton to select Obi.

      The drafting of Quickley was nice, and the Randle extension seemed like a good deal at the time. Trading for Derrick Rose worked out. But for the most part I’m underwhelmed. I’m not seeing a lot of creativity or good under-the-radar moves happening.

    26. I didn’t catch too much of the game last night, a win is a win I guess but the boxscore doesn’t do a lot to inspire confidence.

      In a way we’re all kind of making this more complicated than it is–no one thought this team would be good if Julius Randle played like dogshit. Julius Randle is playing like dogshit, so the team is stuck in the mud.

      Last night isn’t the best example since it looks like despite the poor shooting he helped in other ways, but he was still 2-9 on 2PA (though I’m curious to know what the attempts he got fouled on looked like, was he driving?) and his TS% on the season is .513. We will be bad if that doesn’t change much, and ditto for RJ.

      It’s honestly a minor miracle/testament to the landscape in the East this year that we haven’t taken on more water as a result of our start. 3 games separate the 1 and the 10 seed!

      I was going to say given the chance I’d revise my 47 win prediction downward…but we’re on a 46 win pace despite all kinds of issues that are at least theoretically flexible as well as some bad luck. This definitely does not feel like a 47 win team, but maybe every non-Brooklyn/Miami/Chicago/Washington(!) fanbase in the East feels that way right now.

      Our best hope of avoiding the play-in is probably the 6th seed, assuming Milwaukee and Philly get their shit together, Washington falls off a bit, and we emerge from the Boston/Cleveland/Atlanta/Toronto morass.

    27. Overall I’d probably give Leon Rose a B- so far. He has base level competence we haven’t seen in a while and keeps Dolan at bay. It’s not saying a whole lot but it’s so much better than anyone else we’ve had in a while I’d be terrified to see him go.

    28. Over the past few weeks most of my hair has fallen out due to chemotherapy, which saved me from pulling it all out during the first quarter of yesterday’s game.

    29. Julius has completely stopped using his strength on offense. He moves away from the basket more than any big man I’ve ever seen. He’ll post, spin, then either drive laterally across the lane (to eventually kick out to the shooter that he is running toward) or fling himself away from the defender for a pull-up jumper.

      He never ever uses his body to create space for himself. You’d think he was 195 lbs with how little he moves defenders out of the way.

      Meanwhile, 19-year-old Sengun had a play where he backed down Noel about 10 feet and flipped in an easy little hook. Randle never does that.

    30. TheOakmanCometh:
      Julius has completely stopped using his strength on offense. He moves away from the basket more than any big man I’ve ever seen. He’ll post, spin, then either drive laterally across the lane (to eventually kick out to the shooter that he is running toward) or fling himself away from the defender for a pull-up jumper.

      He never ever uses his body to create space for himself. You’d think he was 195 lbs with how little he moves defenders out of the way.

      Meanwhile, 19-year-old Sengun had a play where he backed down Noel about 10 feet and flipped in an easy little hook. Randle never does that.

      Have you noticed teams aren’t doubling Randle anymore? I wouldn’t either, he’s not punishing defenders like he used to. Even on switches where he gets a smaller guy on him, he ends up pounding the ball into the ground and sometimes can’t even get a shot up.

      Don’t know what the difference is this year, but Randle just looks very guardable.

    31. thenoblefacehumper:
      Overall I’d probably give Leon Rose a B- so far. He has base level competence we haven’t seen in a while and keeps Dolan at bay. It’s not saying a whole lot but it’s so much better than anyone else we’ve had in a while I’d be terrified to see him go.

      I’d probably give him a B , maybe even an A-, but a big part of that is due to a) keeping his mouth shut; b) orchestrating a complete overhaul of the franchise’s image and c) doing a better than competent job of balancing winning now with maintaining flexibility for later.

      Surely Leon is not above criticism, and a B-, even a C could be justified without much blowback from me, but I just see things differently. For example, I personally am very content with the drafting overall. I still think taking Obi over Hali was a significant mistake, but it helped that the draft wizard Spurs passed over Hali as well, and Obi is pretty rootable and far from a bust. Quickley was obviously a major win, and Rose deserves props for letting that happen in the face of KB meltdowns about the “process.” I was fine with the trade-outs of the 2nd round picks in both years for reasons already stated, and think that we will ulimately win those moves. I wasn’t a big fan of the Fournier signing, but the jury is still out on that one for me. I loved Burks over Bullock and that has turned out well. The Rose, Noel and Kemba deals are all relatively team friendly, and the Julius signing is tough to criticize.

      There’s still a lot to be done on the way to becoming a true contender, but nothing I’m seeing right now seems to threaten progress in that direction in the long run. I expect things to pick up by New Year’s, and if not, then maybe a couple of deals in early 2022. But judgint the team based on how they’ve performed thus far when the record is 9-7 seems a bit rash.

    32. On the other hand, Thibs is clearly struggling now. I’m being patient because last year it took a while for the team to gel and I don’t expect RJ, Randle, and Fournier to continue playing so badly. I’d love to see some lineup shakeups but also see the value in letting guys figure it out. This next stretch is a bit of trial by fire. If we go on a 2-8 bender and Thibs keeps running the same guys out there, then I’ll re-evaluate.

    33. DudeInKnicksTown:
      Over the past few weeks most of my hair has fallen out due to chemotherapy, which saved me from pulling it all out during the first quarter of yesterday’s game.

      Bad timing, huh. Could have thrown on a headband and bought a second-hand Charlie Villanueva jersey for Halloween.

      (Hope you’re feeling as well as can be, Dude.)

    34. Katz:

      Mitchell Robinson is in concussion protocol and is OUT for tonight’s Knicks game in Chicago, Knicks say. Taj Gibson (sore groin) is questionable.

      So much for our size advantage. Just play Obi more, Thibs.

    35. DudeInKnicksTown:
      Over the past few weeks most of my hair has fallen out due to chemotherapy, which saved me from pulling it all out during the first quarter of yesterday’s game.

      Dude, sending you strength. Keep up the patter in the game thread tonight. We need you.

    36. #Mitchell Robinson is in concussion protocol and is OUT for tonight’s Knicks game in Chicago, Knicks say. Taj Gibson (sore groin) is questionable.#

      It’s said that every time a Knicks center is injured, an angel gets its wings.

    37. Z-man: and Thibs keeps running the same guys out there, then I’ll re-evaluate.

      I’ve actually been quite surprised at some of the lineups Thibs has been using the last few games. One of my strongest criticisms of the guy (not counting the dead mouse pelt on his head) has been what seemed an utter inflexibility around lineups, always rigidly running the same groups out, regardless of how bad or listless (or both) they have been.

      Lately though, it’s been wild. First some Obi-Julius play, then no Kemba or Fournier in the 4th, then Burks and Fournier. Quickley closing games out. It hasn’t always worked, but it’s a very different Thibs look.

    38. Owen: A win is a win but the first half of the second half was some of the worst basketball I have seen.
      DRed: Did you see the first quarter?

      Didn’t catch the game yesterday, and after reading the game thread (and this bit in particular), i guess it was for the best to miss it. :P
      Let’s hope the saying “this team plays to the level of competition” is correct, and today we play way better against a much better opponent (than the Rockets).

    39. Saw this headline in the Post: “Fan vomits on court, causes delay..” and would have bet $100 the rest of the headline was “in first quarter of Knicks-Rockets game”

      (Actually happened during Jazz-Kings game)

    40. I’d like to take this opportunity to alert everybody to the fact that Frank Ntilikina is 1-13 over his last two games

    41. JK47:
      I’d like to take this opportunity to alert everybody to the fact that Frank Ntilikina is 1-13 over his last two games

      Well, that’s not surprising. He had a (relatively) good game on the 17th so he’s gonna suck now until Christmas.

    42. The Honorable Cock Jowles: Bad timing, huh. Could have thrown on a headband and bought a second-hand Charlie Villanueva jersey for Halloween.

      (Hope you’re feeling as well as can be, Dude.)

      Thanks and, yes, my timing has been off on things for sure.

    43. JK47:
      I’d like to take this opportunity to alert everybody to the fact that Frank Ntilikina is 1-13 over his last two games

      And yet he was a plus-2 and a plus-5 in those two games.
      To quote The Princess Bride, it’s inconceivable…

      I’ll go further. Highest plus-minus on the team today.

    44. KB Apprentice: Dude, sending you strength. Keep up the patter in the game thread tonight. We need you.

      I’ll post until I drop. Hopefully not literally.

    45. If Frank shot well every night he probably would be starting. It’s in the nature of backup guards that they don’t shoot well every night.

    46. He played nine minutes before Jason Kidd realized he was stinking the joint out again, so I don’t know how that fits in with his raw plus/minus numbers

    47. JK47:
      He played nine minutes before Jason Kidd realized he was stinking the joint out again, so I don’t know how that fits in with his raw plus/minus numbers

      Yeah he yanked him in favor of other ex-Knicks THJ, Bullock, and Burke who combined for a scintillating 4-20

    48. Raven: And yet he was a plus-2 and a plus-5 in those two games.
      To quote The Princess Bride, it’s inconceivable…

      I’ll go further. Highest plus-minus on the team today.

      Glue guy! Injury prone glue guy… The Knicks are foundering without him!

    49. Oh right I should have remembered that Frank is brittle in addition to being bad.

      The food is terrible! And such small portions!

    50. DudeInKnicksTown:
      What are they saying about Frank down in Dallas? Is he just as controversial there?

      I really don’t think they care enough, from their reddit sub today there’s barely a mention other than he got injured, but they’re reeeeally pissed at Bullock and THJ and that’s also totally understandable.

    51. lebron catches stewart with an apparently blatant elbow. stewart bleeding heavily goes after lebron, and not in a hold me back momma way, and has to be held back by like 20 people. lebron ejected.

    52. Stewart didn’t look like he was bleeding much if at all at first, then after he ran around the scrum he had a lot of blood, some looking like from the eye area. Any idea if he got clobbered while chasing LeBron?

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