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Knicks Morning News (Tuesday, Apr 17 2012)

  • [New York Post] Beat the Heat? Knicks are dreamin’ (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 03:00:51 -0500)
    There were differing versions of the truth emanating from the home and away locker rooms in the bowels of the Garden late Sunday afternoon.
    The sandbaggers’ version came from inside a cramped visitors’ dressing room that resembled something out of a low-budget high school operation, where superstars LeBron James and…

  • [New York Post] Stoudemire eyes return to Knicks on Friday (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 02:55:18 -0500)
    Amar’e Stoudemire loves the atmosphere across the Hudson River when the Knicks play the Nets at Prudential Center. He loves that a Knicks-Nets game in Newark feels like a home game away from home.
    And though he has eyed the Knicks’ last-ever visit to New Jersey tomorrow as his…

  • [New York Post] Celtics, division nearly out of Knicks’ reach (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 02:45:55 -0500)
    The lockout season began on Christmas with a dramatic victory over Boston, with the Knicks eyeing the Atlantic Division title and supplanting the hated Celtics.
    After a nearly four-month roller coaster, the Knicks take one last stab tonight at dethroning the Celtics, one last play at their first Atlantic title…

  • [New York Post] If offense goes through Melo, Knicks can’t win (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 01:06:19 -0500)
    What a difference a week makes. When Carmelo Anthony went for 43 points in an Easter overtime win against the visiting Bulls, it was yet another reminder the offense ran through him and all was right with the world.
    This past Sunday, Melo’s 42 (four in the fourth quarter…

  • [New York Daily News] Knicks big man Chadler eyes tall order (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 03:19:28 GMT)
    Tyson Chandler limped out of the Knicks’ locker room early Sunday evening refusing to concede the Atlantic Division title and defiantly vowing to play on Tuesday against the Boston Celtics.

  • [New York Times] On Pro Basketball: Knicks Are Back Where They Started (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 09:59:49 GMT)
    After an eventful year, the Knicks don’t look much different than they did last spring when they lost to the Celtics in the playoffs.

  • [New York Times] Atlantic Yards Project Is Already Transforming Brooklyn (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 05:43:16 GMT)
    As the opening of the Nets arena nears, glamorous new shops are ascendant on commercial avenues once better known for hardware and paint stores.

  • [New York Times] Sports Briefing | Mens Basketball: James Takes Over (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:03:40 GMT)
    LeBron James scored Miami’s final 17 points in a furious one-man rally, finishing with 37 as the visiting Heat pulled out a 101-98 victory over the Nets.

  • [New York Times] Dwayne Schintzius, N.B.A. Center, Dies at 43 (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 04:19:25 GMT)
    Mr. Schintzius, a former University of Florida basketball star, was Florida’s sixth-highest scorer with 1,624 points, and also played eight seasons in the N.B.A., including with the New Jersey Nets.

  • [New York Times] Hornets 75, Bobcats 67: Hornets Hand Bobcats 17th Straight Defeat (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 05:41:27 GMT)
    Greivis Vasquez scored 20 points and the New Orleans Hornets handed the Charlotte Bobcats a franchise-record 17th straight loss, 75-67 on Monday night.

  • [New York Times] Ogwumike Taken No. 1 by Sparks in W.N.B.A. Draft (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 05:35:57 GMT)
    Nnemkadi Ogwumike is excited to be staying in California.

  • [New York Times] Clippers Silence Thunder to End Playoff Drought (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:45:55 GMT)
    The streaking Los Angeles Clippers knocked Oklahoma City out of first place in the West with a forceful 92-77 victory on Monday that earned the hosts a first playoff berth in six years.

  • [New York Times] Spurs Make It 14 Straight Over Warriors (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 05:22:56 GMT)
    Tim Duncan scored 13 points in his shortest night of work this season, Tiago Splitter added 15 points and eight rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors 120-99 on Monday night to move into the top spot in the Western Conference.

  • [New York Times] Playoff-Bound Clippers Beat Thunder 92-77 (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:41:20 GMT)
    With some help, the Los Angeles Clippers had already clinched their first playoff berth in five years before they tipped off against Oklahoma City. Then they went out and earned it.

  • [New York Times] Jazz Outlast Nowitzki, Mavericks 123-121 in 3OT (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:05:03 GMT)
    Al Jefferson hasn’t been close to the playoffs since his rookie season.

  • [New York Times] Suns Beat Trail Blazers 125-107 (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 06:41:22 GMT)
    Down to the final games of the season, the Phoenix Suns are playing with a greater sense of urgency.

  • [New York Times] Seraphin, Wall Get Wizards Past Short-Handed Bulls (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 03:04:53 GMT)
    Kevin Seraphin had 21 points and 13 rebounds, John Wall scored 16 points, and the Washington Wizards beat the short-handed Chicago Bulls 87-84 on Monday night.

  • [New York Times] Afflalo, Lawson Lead Nuggets to Key Win in Houston (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 02:55:52 GMT)
    Arron Afflalo scored 26 points, Ty Lawson had 25 and the Denver Nuggets continued their playoff push with a 105-102 victory over the fading Houston Rockets on Monday night.

  • [New York Times] Furious Flurry by James Gives Heat Win Over Nets (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 02:25:59 GMT)
    LeBron James scored Miami’s final 17 points in a furious one-man rally, finishing with 37 as the Heat pulled out a 101-98 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Monday night.

  • [New York Times] Teague Has Double-Double as Hawks Beat Raptors (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 01:47:14 GMT)
    Jeff Teague had 19 points and 10 assists, Ivan Johnson scored 21 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat Toronto 109-87 on Monday night, their seventh win in eight games against the Raptors.

  • [New York Times] West Leads Pacers Past Timberwolves (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 01:40:59 GMT)
    David West had 22 points and 10 rebounds to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 111-88 on Monday night for their fifth consecutive win.

  • [New York Times] Anderson Leads Way as Magic Hold Off 76ers 113-100 (Tue, 17 Apr 2012 01:31:59 GMT)
    Ryan Anderson had 26 points and 16 rebounds, J.J. Redick scored 18 points and the Orlando Magic held off the Philadelphia 76ers 113-100 on Monday night.

  • 39 comments on “Knicks Morning News (Tuesday, Apr 17 2012)

    1. Will the Thrill

      Well now that the 6 seed is gone (it wasn’t ever a realistically reachable goal to begin with), we need to focus on beating the bad teams. Just that alone should allow us to make the playoffs, and I’m really not concerned about who we play in the first round (although I would prefer the Bulls).

    2. Jafa

      So we are in Year 2 post the 2010 Free Agency and we are about to be one and done in the playoffs again. We may have a 3 year window from now based on the contracts of our best players. How can we avoid become the Atlanta Hawks of the last 5 years?

    3. Frank O.

      Reading last thread it would seem the Knicks are in a fe fall, and yet, despite Amare, Jeffries, Lin being out and Baron playing hurt, the Knicks are 13-5 over the past 18 games and they have moved into the seventh slot.
      Sure, the Knicks have scoring issues, but we all know it is their D that gives them the est shot at winning. If Lebron and Wade miss just a couple circus shots, they win against the Heat.
      They have eat playoff teams, and crush bad teams, and they took care of business in a must win game against a team that poses match up problems.
      A lot to be pleased with.
      I just want Amare back soon so he can get reps with this team before the show.
      Part of the Knicks challenge is when they are short people, others often must fill unnatural roles. To be critical of folks who are being asked to do far more than often they are equipped seems misguided.

      And at 13-5 without Lin and Amare and for a time without Jeffries is pretty damn good.
      You all act as if you expect this team to somehow be undefeated despite all the talent the better teams have.
      What I am pleased about is even with mostly subs, and starters having subpar seasons and games, on any given night, the Knicks have a D and just enough O to beat anyone.
      If they had a good point, they’d be crushing folks, because TOs would be down and scoring would be up.
      But I also want a Mercedes, and in this economy, with a kid about to start college, that’s not where I am. Lol

    4. TelegraphedPass

      Yeah, there’s reason to be optimistic moving forward. The Knicks’ best defensive players are locked in for the next couple years, so the defense shouldn’t regress to any serious degree. It’s difficult to imagine the team being worse on offense next year. They’re so bad already, there isn’t much more room to fall. We’ll also have a better idea of our starters and what our rotation is.

      With the eventual decline of the Celtics (Seriously, they have to fall off sometime. Right? RIGHT?!) there’s a chance the Knicks could become serious contenders in the next few years. And honestly, that would be victory enough. I want the team to establish a winning aura and start to shed that laughingstock image. This group of guys might just be able to accomplish that.

    5. Jafa

      Reasons for Optimism:

      Miami may win one this year and be content, not working so hard to go for a back-to-back

      Chicago may never get a solid 2nd scorer and become a more complete contender

      Indiana & Philadelphia may never get dominant stars to lead them deep once the get to the playoffs

      Boston may become Phoenix with Rondo playing the role of Nash.

      Atlanta may have to get rid of Josh Smith and/or Al Horford due to Joe Johnson’s contract, therby weakening them

      Orlando will continue in its current uncertainty

      There you have it. Knicks move up by default.

    6. PC

      Ummm….all your reasons began with “may”

      Stoudemire’s back “may” never work again

      and

      Melo “may” stop playing defense one day.

    7. ABG

      Call it a nervous hunch, but Amare isn’t coming back this year at anything significantly better than a Game 4 last year level. This whole comeback being shrouded in mystery does not feel right.

    8. gjknick

      Amare’s return to form this year is somewhat dependent upon two things: 1 – he’s really healthy and can move and explode 2 – he has a decent point guard who can get him the ball where he needs it. One is a question mark that will be answered soon. Two is a problem till next year! It’s really Lin’s return that is most important. Without him, no round two. Melo and the D will make first round competitive but won’t win the series against Chi or Miami.

    9. gjknick

      Next year we really should be a 3 to 4 seed barring more Knick’s luck/fate/Dolan Karma. Some of Jafa’s “may” happens will turn into “did” happen.

    10. Jafa

      gjknick:
      Amare’s return to form this year is somewhat dependent upon two things: 1 – he’s really healthy and can move and explode 2 – he has a decent point guard who can get him the ball where he needs it. One is a question mark that will be answered soon. Two is a problem till next year! It’s really Lin’s return that is most important. Without him, no round two. Melo and the D will make first round competitive but won’t win the series against Chi or Miami.

      You summarized the situation so well. This is why I am already looking to next season to see what we can do to position ourselves to come out of the East.

    11. JC Knickfan

      Frank O.:
      And at 13-5 without Lin and Amare and for a time without Jeffries is pretty damn good.
      You all act as if you expect this team to somehow be undefeated despite all the talent the better teams have.
      What I am pleased about is even with mostly subs, and starters having subpar seasons and games, on any given night, the Knicks have a D and just enough O to beat anyone.
      If they had a good point, they’d be crushing folks, because TOs would be down and scoring would be up.
      But I also want a Mercedes, and in this economy, with a kid about to start college, that’s not where I am. Lol

      Technically
      Under Woodson 6-1 (include Piston game) with Melo, Lin, Amare
      Under Woodson 7-4 with just Melo
      I wish they didn’t get hurt as I think we could have posted record better then 7-4, but would Melo have found his shot?
      Looks Lin will not be back and Amare slated for Friday return. He only got 4 games to get legs back before playoffs.

    12. TelegraphedPass

      To be fair, I think we’re lamenting the decline of Amar’e a bit early. Even this year, one of the worst offensively of his career, STAT posted a 1.1 points per possession on 53.7% FG% off the pick and roll. The biggest issue with Amar’e was the offense.

      Over 20% of his possessions on offense were iso plays. He never had the handle to be particularly dominant there, but with the explosiveness depleting he didn’t even have the first step to take people off the dribble anyways. He wasn’t in a position to be as successful as he could have been.

      Moving forward, whoever coaches the Knicks needs to get Amar’e the ball on the move. He may never replicate his dominance from the PHX days, but even just producing like he has been this year on the PnR and off cuts would make him a strong second scoring option.

    13. gjknick

      Interesting (or not) factoids from Basketball Ref. Looking at Miami and Knick matchup. Defensive Four Factor statistics remarkably similiar.
      Efg%: Knicks 10th, Miami 11th
      Turnovers: Knicks 2nd Miami 3rd
      Dreb%: Knicks 10th Miami 12th
      FT/FGA: Miami 13th Knicks 23

      So Knicks just a shade better defensively except they give up signicantly more free throws. Of course offensively, theres just a smidge more differentiation. :)

    14. JC Knickfan

      I’m resigned to fact that Knicks will be 7th or 8th seed and playing one Elite teams. Chicago and Miami both are in top 5 in defense and 1st and 8th in rebounding. Plus Amare going to be big unknown and he could effect chemistry.
      I be happy if we can at least take a step forward and win couple playoff games.

    15. ruruland

      You can read between the lines:

      “”If he comes back and says, ‘I want to play the last game’, that’s all we got,” Woodson said. “I can’t worry about it. I want Amare back in uniform because I think he’s a big piece of what we’re trying to do in New York and he adds a lot to our team. If he comes back and says, ‘Hey, I’m going to play in the playoffs’ –- maybe he might do that, I don’t know. If he does, I’m accepting that because we need Amare.

      “….I don’t know what more I can tell you. It’s not up to me. It’s going to be up to Amare and the doctors to determine whether he steps back on the floor this season.”

    16. Will the Thrill

      Do you honestly think he is waiting to get a rhythm? It’s pretty obvious that his back hurts him more than he expected and he doesn’t want it to seem like a big deal. It’s funny because Lin got the same stuff about not coming back fast enough with big games coming up and turns out he needed surgery. But oh yeah, I forgot Melo can play through every injury because of his will to win.

      ruruland:
      Apparently Amar’e is waiting to get a “rhythm”… All i’m saying if Melo could scrimmage there’s no way in hell he sits out all these games because he wants to find his rhythm– not with all of the scoring issues and not with the import of these games.

      http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/knicks/post/_/id/16921/woodson-amare-still-day-to-day

    17. Will the Thrill

      Besides, Chandler was the one who said that it was important to get his rhythm back, not Stoudemire. Scrimmaging is a little different than an NBA game, especially when your teammates know you have been injured and don’t want you to get injured again.

    18. jaylamerique

      I was reading the contender and pretender list on espn and somehow the pacers and celtics are consider contenders while the knicks aren’t. its all about perception and standings i think. The Knicks have a 7.45 margin of victory in their last 25% against a difficult schedule and are 5th in hollingers rankings. Factor in injuries to key players and then you realize this team is really really good

    19. ruruland

      Will the Thrill:
      Do you honestly think he is waiting to get a rhythm? It’s pretty obvious that his back hurts him more than he expected and he doesn’t want it to seem like a big deal.It’s funny because Lin got the same stuff about not coming back fast enough with big games coming up and turns out he needed surgery. But oh yeah, I forgot Melo can play through every injury because of his will to win.

      He’s scrimmaged 3 times. All reports from the scrimmages are that he’s moving well and finishing — that was the report from a week ago.

      If you can get up and down the floor and finish you should be playing in these must-win games.

      It’s been over 3 weeks. It’s looking like he could sit out longer than 4 weeks, which was the max projection.

      He might have to play in pain. But he’s obviously feeling good enough to scrimmage, and no, it’s not a game, but it’s close enough.

      I know Amar’e has been a warrior throughout his career, we’ve talked ad nasuem about it when people were questioning his ability to come back when he was overweight.

      But the fact that he’s come back to scrimmage each time means he can deal with the pain. He needs to be on the court. If this was January it’d be a different story.

      He could have made a huge difference in Miami– the Knicks win that game they’d be in a much different spot.

    20. Will the Thrill

      He could’ve made a difference if he was playing well. He also could’ve made a negative difference if he was playing like he had a bad back. Truth is, I don’t expect him to perform well when he returns because I think it will still be bothering him (like the playoffs last year). If the Knicks make the playoffs, I don’t think that the Miami game was too important. Since the Magic won last night, it doesn’t look like we are going to catch them anyway (even if we had won).

      ruruland: He could have made a huge difference in Miami– the Knicks win that game they’d be in a much different spot.

    21. ruruland

      Will the Thrill:
      He could’ve made a difference if he was playing well.He also could’ve made a negative difference if he was playing like he had a bad back.Truth is, I don’t expect him to perform well when he returns because I think it will still be bothering him (like the playoffs last year).If the Knicks make the playoffs, I don’t think that the Miami game was too important.Since the Magic won last night, it doesn’t look like we are going to catch them anyway (even if we had won).

      There’s no way he could play worse than Fields.

    22. Will the Thrill

      If his usage is up around where it normally is, yes he could, (or equal).

      ruruland: There’s no way he could play worse than Fields.

    23. ruruland

      Will the Thrill:
      If his usage is up around where it normally is, yes he could, (or equal).

      That would be really,really difficult. It’s not as though he’d be taking shots away from guys who are even 500TS since he’s been out. He can also rebound.

    24. johnlocke

      I hope they’re on top…he better not throw his back out=)

      I’m in the camp that Amare will play pretty well when he comes back and continually get better over the course of the last few games. He was on a TEAR before that back injury. I think he would be HUGE in a Chicago-Knicks series because he always seems to dominate Boozer, less of a difference maker in a Miami Heat-Knicks series (as in I think we lose with or without Amare)

      ruruland:
      http://instagr.am/p/Jgvt9HKA3c/

    25. Will the Thrill

      If he sticks with shooting easy shots he’l be okay. But last year in the playoffs he shot 24% after he injured his back…

    26. TelegraphedPass

      Amar’e’s performance is directly tied to the PG play of the teams he’s on. He’s got to get the ball on the move. Which is to say: Dammit.

    27. ruruland

      Will the Thrill:
      If he sticks with shooting easy shots he’l be okay. But last year in the playoffs he shot 24% after he injured his back…

      He probably shouldn’t have played after the injury last year. Bulging disc isn’t anywhere near as severe.

    28. Will the Thrill

      Oh yeah I kind of forgot about Lin not being back either when he returns. With Baron at the helm, god only knows how Amare will perform, injured or not.

      TelegraphedPass:
      Amar’e’s performance is directly tied to the PG play of the teams he’s on. He’s got to get the ball on the move. Which is to say: Dammit.

    29. johnlocke

      Man…tough to know what I’m rooting for tonight.
      – I hate the Celtics
      – I don’t want the Knicks to get 7th seed, pretty sure Philly is losing tonight to Indiana
      – Miami could catch Bulls, but Bulls only have to win one of Miami, Pacers or Mavs…assuming they’ll beat Bobcats and Cleveland to get 1st…so I think Bulls hold on.
      – Orlando’s last 5 are all losable games on the road..except for the Charlotte game at home
      – If Orlando beats Boston, Utah or Denver, I say we tank. Looking at the Bucks’ schedule I really think we only have to win 1 more game to clinch the playoffs
      – I guess in sum, the key team we need to be watching going forward is Orlando

    30. TelegraphedPass

      Baron can run an offense and get Amar’e going. I’m not worried about that. His assist percentage is great (37.5%). The problem is his insane rate of turnovers and the limited minutes he plays. Baron needs to play all or most of his minutes alongside STAT. He’s the only PG capable of consistently getting STAT good looks.

    31. ruruland

      Assists on Amar’e baskets since return:

      Without Melo
      Fields:2
      Shumpert:3
      Lin:12
      Walker:3
      Bibby:1
      Jeffries:1
      Unassisted baskets:7
      Assisted basket percentage: 75.8
      TS%: 49.88

      With Melo
      Melo:9
      Lin:12
      Fields:4
      Davis:9
      Jeffries:1
      Chandler:1
      Shumpert:4
      Smith:1
      Unassisted baskets:21
      Percentage of assisted baskets: 61.3
      TS%:57.3

      Woodson+Melo
      Anthony:7
      Lin:4
      Davis:4
      Fields:3
      Unassisted: 20
      Percentage of assisted baskets: 47.4
      TS%: 607

      Background: Last year, Amar’e’s 563 TS came on 53% assisted baskets. Here are both the assisted basket percentage and TS% in his Phoenix days. TS is in parentheses: 57(615), 63 (617) ,70 (656), 63 (637), 60 (617).

      You can see that strong correlation between assisted baskets and TS.

      Brief analysis:
      The numbers since his return tell me a couple of things. 1) He was still rusty/overweight when he came back from his brother’s funeral. He was not creating his own shot; not getting to the free throw line.

      2)His assisted baskets came down in the Woodson era in large part due to his ability to effectively get his own shot. He not only attempted his own shot more, he made it much more frequently, and got to the line more.

      3)With Lin assisting on about 40% of the Knicks baskets when he’s on the floor, you’d expect a higher proportion of them to go to AMar’e. Instead, what you see is really fantastic assist balance from the wings. Most of Lin’s assists went to Tyson Chandler, despite significantly less field goal attempts from the big man. The rapport between Lin and Amar’e hadn’t developed even during the offenses strong surge when Amar’e Melo and Lin were all on the floor…..
      That’s a good thing for Knicks fans who believe Amar’e can continue to be as effective as he was before the back.

      4)On a per-minute basis, Baron Davis had the best synergy with Amar’e. They had better pick and roll synergy, and Davis seemd to play in the paint more often with AMar’e.

      cont……

    32. ruruland

      5)Melo’s rapport with Amar’e. I’ve talked about this a few times. Since Melo returned from injury, and wasn’t being asked to play point guard in the 4-out (which typically created 2 passing options, neither of which involved Amar’e, but that’s MDA’s genius for you), Melo was developing a strong rapport with Amar’e. He was finding Amar’e as he faded away from screen action or on direct pin downs. He was finding Amar’e on the post when he was double teamed.

      Most importantly, however, the two had developed a really simple play where Melo would wait for Amar’e to cut hard from the wing to the elbow — that was a really effective play resulting in shots at the basket and free throws. Melo was getting the Amar’e the ball on the move — both in the half-court and semi-transition.

      Nene lead the league in true shooting percentage two years in a row. How did he do that with Melo on the floor? Well, he spent most of his time as a weakside attack player. Cutting to the rim off double teams, playing elbow pick and roll, fading to the 12-14 foot area when Melo, Lawson, Billups and Smith penetrated. He was also good at creating his own offense on occasion–Amar’e is worlds better.

      Amar’e can be very effective with this current group. He has pick and roll rapport with Davis, and it seems baron has an understanding of how and where to find him. And he’s developing rapport with Melo. There’s no reason he can be really efficient when he comes back. With Lin gone, this could be the time where we see both Melo and Amar’e shine.

    33. ruruland

      Mike or Rob or Jim or Brian. if you’d like to run this on the site, I can clean this up and verify the numbers for you. I could probably add some more play analysis if you wanted. If not that’s cool, too.

    34. johnlocke

      Interesting stuff ruruland – thanks for pulling that up. I really do think Amare will be fine/good when he comes back. I believe in Baron’s ability to find Amare…he has much better hands than Chandler. I’m more worried about what Amare can give on the defensive end.

      ruruland:
      Assists on Amar’e baskets since return:

      Without Melo
      Fields:2
      Shumpert:3
      Lin:12
      Walker:3
      Bibby:1
      Jeffries:1
      Unassisted baskets:7
      Assisted basket percentage: 75.8
      TS%: 49.88

      With Melo
      Melo:9
      Lin:12
      Fields:4
      Davis:9
      Jeffries:1
      Chandler:1
      Shumpert:4
      Smith:1
      Unassisted baskets:21
      Percentage of assisted baskets: 61.3
      TS%:57.3

    35. Jafa

      jaylamerique:
      I was reading the contender and pretender list on espn and somehow the pacers and celtics are consider contenders while the knicks aren’t. its all about perception and standings i think. The Knicks have a 7.45 margin of victory in their last 25% against a difficult schedule and are 5th in hollingers rankings.Factor in injuries to key players and then you realize this team is really really good

      There are only 2 contenders in the East. Miami & Chicago. Boston and Indiana are tough outs (as in 6-7 games). Orlando, Atlanta, New York and Philadelphia are playoff fodder at this time (as in 4-5 games).

    36. TelegraphedPass

      ruruland: Mike or Rob or Jim or Brian. if you’d like to run this on the site, I can clean this up and verify the numbers for you. I could probably add some more play analysis if you wanted. If not that’s cool, too.

      *steam bursts out THCJ’s ears*

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