Interview With Gelf Magazine

Gelf Magazine asked us a bunch of questions on the Knicks: Who is the quintessential Knick? Who is the your all-time Knicks roster, based on personality? What differentiates Knicks fans from those of other teams? Contributing were guys like Seth from Posting & Toasting, Jason Concepcion (@network) from Twitter, and Jared Dubin from the dumpster around Gelf’s headquarters.

As a teaser, my answer to “Assess Jeff Van Gundy as a coach, a broadcaster, and a basketball mind:”

Mike Kurylo: If I had three wishes, one of them would be to have a pocket-sized Van Gundy that I could summon to help me with anything in life. Well, except to run the offense of a basketball team.

Go there, and think about your favorite Knicks memory, in-person or otherwise.

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  1. Since nobody has commented I might as well say great article, real fun to read. Agreed with everyone’s fave Knick moment since they were basically all from the 90’s lol.

    For me it has to be Houston’s shot vs Miami in Game 5 in 1999, when that shot went in I screamed out loud and ran around my house going crazy. That shot plus Aaron Boone’s HR vs the Red Sox in Game 7 in 2003 are my 2 favorite sports moments ever because of how happy and excited I felt when they happened. I was so stunned when LJ’s 4pt play happened I just sat there in disbelief with a big smile on my face. Also it was just Game 3 so it didnt win a series like the previous mentioned plays.

    Jim saying Ewing celebrating after beating the Pacers in Game 7 in 1994 was great too but I was more relieved than happy when that game ended since the Knicks were supposed to win that series. I felt alot more happiness and excitement when Game 6 in 1999 vs the Pacers ended, seeing Houston hugging JVG after the game at center court was priceless.

    Hoping we get a moment this postseason to rank right up there with those great moments from the 90’s.

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