Nothing to Say

I came in this morning and the guy next to me just about summed up the Knicks game yesterday. “I won’t bring it up today,” he said. I agree with that sentiment. There are a million things a Knick fan could whine about, but in reality they just lost. The Nets were a better team, and the shorthanded Knicks just don’t have a chance at taking the series. I may have something to say when it’s all over, and things are in better perpsective.

I’m hoping that Wilkens will give some of the youngsters plenty of time in game 4. The Knicks aren’t going to come back from 0-3, and the best thing they can do is give Sweetney, Williams, and Johnson plenty of time. Maybe even Baker as well & see what he can do. We know what everyone else is capable of. I don’t need to see Deke, Shandon “5 for 22” Anderson, or Nazr “12 PFs” Mohammed anymore.

Stay tuned though. This weekend I’m going to witness the NFL draft first hand, and I have a column half written about my idea of how the NBA should handle the playoffs/lottery. I’ll probably have something to say on the continuing NBA playoffs, and analysis about the Knicks going into the new season.

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Mike Kurylo is the founder and editor of His book on the 2012 Knicks, "We’ll Always Have Linsanity," is on sale now. Follow him on twitter (@KnickerBlogger).