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Re: Knicks
« Reply #1140 on: Today at 05:32:34 AM »

If you scroll down in this twitter feed, there are some interesting notes about the most recent practice.

http://mobile.twitter.com/MikeVorkunov
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« Reply #1141 on: Today at 07:23:02 AM »

I notice you donít cite his 3pt shooting stats. Why might that be?



Because he inconsequentially took less than 1 a game
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« Reply #1142 on: Today at 11:11:45 AM »

DRose didn't really facilitate the offense.  He just went for his.  He was good at that. But we have another guy to give us the ISO ball now in Trier.  Much less expensive and less of an ego.  Won't leave the team for mysterious reasons.  I assume.
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« Reply #1143 on: Today at 01:55:58 PM »

I really liked Rose, but he was a frustrating figure. 

The lack of three-point range was not a deal breaker.

But his lack of facilitation, particularly given how he could seemingly get to the rack at will, was confounding. 

And between D and Melo, we got into too much 1-On-4 with everyone else standing around watching. 

Additionally, while I was enthusiastic about the trade at the time (sound familiar?), I came to regret the loss of Robin Lopez, a positive force on and off the court, particularly in light of the bottomless depths of disappointment to be experienced with the earthly remains of Noah. 

Curious about the odd relationships between some of our coaches and players on the bubble. 

I remember Lenny Wilkens did not want to play Dikembe Mutumbo...felt he was a step slow, which he was, but still a defensive force who went on to be a positive role player off the bench for the Houston Rockets upon leaving the Knicks. 

Then there was the odd communication breakdown between D'Antoni and Marbury.

And Hornacek's inexplicable yanking of Noah at Gar-BAHGE Time. 

Fizdale seems more conscious of building up everyone's confidence, without pulling his punches, and generally less inclined to embarrass his players.   
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« Reply #1144 on: Today at 01:59:15 PM »

Gettin fired up for tomorrow night doubleheader........

Celts go to 0-1.
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #1145 on: Today at 02:01:51 PM »

Re:  RoLO

Heard a great interview on NBA Radio with the Bulls GM

Lets just say that YEAH, Lopez is a valued presence in his 11th (or is it 12th) year.

Also some nice analysis of how Hoiberg had to coach guys that werent really his when he first arrived - and now can tailor the team more to his system

I'd say a bit of an East sleeper - sure, those Bulls.  Wide open for 5th slot on.
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« Reply #1146 on: Today at 02:03:40 PM »

Just revisiting some draft classes on Basketball-Reference.com

My God, did Isaiah REALLY draft Renaldo Blackman ahead of both Rajon Rondo AND Kyle Lowry? 

To be a Knicks fan is to suffer. 
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« Reply #1147 on: Today at 02:20:55 PM »

heh

Balkman.

He was a FREAK athlete, remember?

Looking for basketball players wasn't our strength.

(What skills did Sweetney possess?, remind me.  Passer?  Multpiple space board guy? Shot blocker?  Cerebral?  Warrior?  No?   heh)

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« Reply #1148 on: Today at 02:41:36 PM »

Just revisiting some draft classes on Basketball-Reference.com

My God, did Isaiah REALLY draft Renaldo Blackman ahead of both Rajon Rondo AND Kyle Lowry? 

To be a Knicks fan is to suffer.

That draft still hurts...
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« Reply #1149 on: Today at 03:44:17 PM »

heh

Balkman.

He was a FREAK athlete, remember?

Looking for basketball players wasn't our strength.

(What skills did Sweetney possess?, remind me.  Passer?  Multpiple space board guy? Shot blocker?  Cerebral?  Warrior?  No?   heh)

Ask Scott Layden.

At the time he exulted about his Georgetown connection. 

Dick Vitale was deeply offended.  Contended that Scott should have taken Nick Collison. 
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