Knicks Morning News (Sunday, Nov 18 2012)

  • [New York Post] Serby’s Sunday Q & A with… Raymond Felton (Sun, 18 Nov 2012 05:40:37 -0500)

    With the Knicks off to a rip-roaring start, guard Raymond Felton dished out some responses in a Q&A session with Steve Serby.

    Q: What is a realistic goal for this Knicks team?

    A: We have a good enough team, we think, to go all the way.
    Q: You think…

  • [New York Post] Wallace, not Camby, emerges on Knicks bench (Sun, 18 Nov 2012 05:27:45 -0500)

    Rasheed Wallace is living in coach Mike Woodson’s penthouse, and Marcus Camby appears to be in the doghouse.
    As Wallace’s role grows, Camby, one of the Knicks’ big free-agent signings, has faded from view â?? sitting out the past two games in San Antonio and Memphis. Even with Wallace…

  • [New York Post] Donnie returns to Garden with disappointing Pacers (Sun, 18 Nov 2012 00:36:06 -0500)

    Former Knicks president Donnie Walsh will be in a familiar perch today at the Garden where he is expected to hold court with the New York media before his Pacers face the Knicks in a noon tipoff.The Bronx-born Walsh’s willingness to engage the media is one of the…

  • [New York Newsday] Mike D'Antoni good for Lakers, Mike Woodson best for Knicks (Sun, 18 Nov 2012 02:20:13 EST)

    The Lakers mishandled Mike D'Antoni's hiring from the beginning. They shouldn't have flirted with Phil Jackson if D'Antoni, the former Knicks coach, was their first choice all along, as the Lakers say.

  • [New York Daily News] Lawrence: Meltdown shows Knicks must control emotions (Sun, 18 Nov 2012 02:38:00 GMT)

    The Knicks kept their composure to topple the Spurs, but the next night in Memphis, they lost their cool in a team-wide meltdown that cost them a chance to defeat the Grizzlies and remain the last undefeated team.

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    5 thoughts to “Knicks Morning News (Sunday, Nov 18 2012)”

    1. Amazing how one game can change your outlook. It’s almost like a must win today.

      Boy, I’m glad Zbo isn’t a Knick anymore. He really stinks. What a bad player.

    2. How/why did your outlook change? They lost by 10 to one of the top 3 or 4 teams in the league on a back to back on the road. At least now a “must win” is to stay in first place/have one of the best records in the league instead of flirting with 8th place. Jamal stinks too. Would hate to have Jordan Hill as well.

    3. bockadoo:
      How/why did your outlook change?They lost by 10 to one of the top 3 or 4 teams in the league on a back to back on the road.At least now a “must win” is to stay in first place/have one of the best records in the league instead of flirting with 8th place.Jamal stinks too.Would hate to have Jordan Hill as well.

      Yeah, as an aside, the West might be better than it’s ever been before.

      When the Clippers get Billups and Hill back, I kind of think they’re the best team in the league. I think they match up incredibly well against Miami and LAL. They’re my favorites right now, assuming full health.

      Memphis got the growth from Conley they needed to be an elite team. That is a complete team, another that I honestly would call a crap-shoot in a match-up with either LAL or Miami.

      Dallas will be deeper than they were their championship season. That’s 55-60 win team win healthy.

      Minnesota is going to be tough when Love and Rubio return.

      Denver is looking like a borderline playoff team that has no chance in a half-court game. I’m a big George Karl fan, but I’m not sure he makes it past this year if he makes it through this year.

      I don’t think the freestyle offense works anymore. The Nuggets are a bad pnr team on both ends because they don’t spend enough time on it. They should be better than what they’ve shown, even if they’re going to be a poor shooting team all year.

    4. agreed with all of that except for maybe Dallas, it’s crazy how deep the Clippers are.

      game thread! SHEED SHEED

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