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kiidcarter8

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #4545 on: February 16, 2019, 06:15:36 PM »

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #4546 on: Today at 04:04:36 AM »

Somewhat accidentally tuned in midway through 1st round of 3-Pt contest. Told my cat Joe Harris was going to win.  Cat had Scurry.
Then dunk contest started right after breakfast.
Not too good.
Smith Jr. missed his first attempt and I thought Uh-oh, Nate redux.  Sure enough he took forever on every dunk with multiple tries.
Didn't he practice this ish?

Was glad Diallo won as he was better and actually completed good dunks on the 1st try.  Of course, not great when a guy you've barely heard of wins the dunk contest.  Hometown Bridges had some creative dunks, but couldn't get the 1st one down.  2nd was spiffy.

Along with most of the 2nd half of the Yute game this is the most A-S weekend I've seen in well over a decade.  Maybe 2.
I think this is mostly for kids.

I remember back in the pre-cable day when the AS game was useful a interesting -- a chance to see guys you've only read about in newspaper boxscores (newspaper?  what's that?).  Like Dennis Johnson, Sikma, David Thompson, later even Karl Malone.
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