Norris is not a Bimbo, but he does play for the Heat

Was watching Miami play the other night. I saw a small guard on the court named Coles. I thought, “Bimbo? Nah… Couldn’t be Bimbo, that was years ago.”

Even in this day and age (I bet Bimbo at some point played against current Knicks veterans Kidd and Camby) I was mistaken, there is another Cole on the Heat.

Anyway, not much going on in Knick land. The same franchise that once threw out a red carpet for Stoudemire now seems to throw his name around with the D League affiliate team and saw he won’t get burn and the coach even says he may never be 100% ever again. I’m not 100% please with the franchise we still have an asshole owner and Grunwald is too much of an Isiah puppet for my taste.

I just don’t know what this team will look like when everyone is healthy, or if that is even possible considering the age and the grind of an 82-game NBA season. The window is a year.

People say Amar’e must come off the bench to avoid disrupting the winning, well, how does Shumpert automatically gel with the team but Amar’e kills the momentum?

Camby fell onto Melo’s leg, now he’s hurt. That sucks. No one is talking about it.

How about the kid out in Houston who chose to enter the NBA draft despite having a fear of flying? He has refused to to play for the rocket’s d-league team. That’s an ugly, cancerous situation I’m glad Grunwald doesn’t have to deal with all that.

Copeland has been looking good, perhaps start Prigioni who is known to have great chemistry with Copeland on the screen and roll?

Novak seems an afterthought the way Copeland is hitting from outside. Did Grunwald overpay for Novak? If Novak can’t get an open look at a three he becomes irrelevant on the court with no other way to contribute to the game.

‘just bloggin’

someone should write a screenplay about Alan Hahn’s career to this point. Wow. Lucky mother f’er.

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