This team we face tonight is young. Maybe that will help the vets execute the triangle however I hope the Knicks have their legs because I think this team likes to push the ball up the court.
The Knicks are a work in progress, Derek Fisher is showing how patient he is as a coach. The Knicks need to find five guys who get it and let them develop. I wonder if Fisher thinks Calderon and Bargnani could be two of those guys. If so, who are the remaining two, because this team starts and end with Carmelo.
Dalembert had a good game last outing, but could Bargnani steal his spot when he returns?
Shumpert could be the fifth guy, if he learns the triangle and steadies his jumper. Shump is not a two, but he seems like he belongs more than J.R. Smith right now.
What’s going on with Acy? Can’t tell, some times he looks like Kenneth Faried, some times he looks like a d-leaguer.
Would you rather start Prigioni at this point or stick with Larkin?
Stoudemire has been okay off the bench. His defense and vision are still suspect, but he has nice moves to score the ball on the low block. He tries…
Here are a few videos of the opponents tonight. Lets go Knicks. Shout out to SaipanKnickster, Syd Harewood, Bilz and the original clan from the Alan Hahn / Frank Isola days. The internet sure has changed with all the social media. So many ways to enjoy being a Knicks fan now.
The team needs a win tonight I hope they’re up for it…
Gordon Hayward attacks the rim with quickness and strength:
Trey Burke, a pass-first point guard:
D. Favors, active big man at 6’10” 260:
Alec Burks, a 6’6″ athletic swingman scorer: