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Kam

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #645 on: September 18, 2018, 09:20:18 PM »

Shandon Anderson
Howard Eisley
Clarence Weatherspoon


were the killers
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #646 on: September 18, 2018, 09:26:24 PM »

Shandon Anderson
Howard Eisley
Clarence Weatherspoon


were the killers

Facts.
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Facts?
« Reply #647 on: September 18, 2018, 10:47:18 PM »

Shandon Anderson
Howard Eisley
Clarence Weatherspoon


were the killers

Facts.

Not so fast.

chiico has his alternative facts.
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #648 on: September 18, 2018, 11:06:53 PM »

Shandon Anderson
Howard Eisley
Clarence Weatherspoon


were the killers

Like I said - team wasnt any good - didnt matter
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #649 on: September 18, 2018, 11:08:48 PM »

I still laugh my ass off at all you Marbury lovers
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #650 on: Today at 12:36:54 AM »

I still laugh my ass off at all you Marbury lovers

Says the Telfair promoter.

never liked anything about either of them.

And besides their questionable attitudes and styles of play, neither seemed like they could handle being in NYC around their homies.
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« Reply #651 on: Today at 12:38:31 AM »

Shandon Anderson
Howard Eisley
Clarence Weatherspoon
were the killers

Like I said - team wasnt any good - didnt matter

So Layden decided to continue the trend.
Those contracts clogged us up.

Giving large and long contracts to UTA role players ...
Not good.
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #652 on: Today at 12:59:45 AM »

My past laughs at the Forum:

- when some folks were turning in their Jr. Knick badges because Mozguy was tossed into the Melo trade.

- when some folks were going to stop being Knick fans because Knix let Jeremy Lin go instead of matching HOU's overpay.  As expected, Lin has been a solid backup PG, nothing more.
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #653 on: Today at 03:03:47 AM »

Pelicans sign Jarrett Jack.

Fans seem happy.  Some say Jrue can play some 2 guard.

Good landing spot for Jarrett.

Happy for JJ.

A Pro's Pro.

Excellent.
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« Reply #654 on: Today at 04:45:27 AM »

Pelicans sign Jarrett Jack.
Fans seem happy.  Some say Jrue can play some 2 guard.

Oh, I don't think Jack will steal another starting PG job ...
But he is capable of stealing Elfrid's lunch.

JRue is best when he can play as a combo guard.
Lets him focus on scoring and saves energy for his very good defense.
He's less comfortable playing fulltime traditional PG.
But JRue needs to stay healthy.
Having Elfrid and Jack lets him keep his minutes/effort in check somewhat.  So much for Frank Jax.

Otherwise, I like DeAndre Liggins defense.
he's a bit too aggressive and foul prone.
But if he can amp down a little, he really gets at players.
Didn't realize he's 30 already.
Seems he still needs to slow down a little on both ends.

So a bench of Randle - Darius Miller - Ian Clark/Liggins - Elfrid/Jack
Ajinca and Okafors as backup Bigs.
(assuming Sol Hill starts and Randle rampages on the 2nd unit)

If JRue and AD stay healthy.
Mirotic and ETwuan bomb away.
They could be in contention for the 5-7 seed.
Though I'd expect them more around 8th.
Maybe Gentry can put it together for them.
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #655 on: Today at 09:01:13 AM »

I still laugh my ass off at all you Marbury lovers

Says the Telfair promoter.

never liked anything about either of them.

And besides their questionable attitudes and styles of play, neither seemed like they could handle being in NYC around their homies.

Telfair never got the opportunity.

And was never in Stephon's class as an athlete.  Some similarities - but one had star quality, surely.
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #656 on: Today at 09:03:26 AM »

Shandon Anderson
Howard Eisley
Clarence Weatherspoon
were the killers

Like I said - team wasnt any good - didnt matter

So Layden decided to continue the trend.
Those contracts clogged us up.

Giving large and long contracts to UTA role players ...
Not good.

Yeah, no tear down. 

Like many before him, winning the most games THAT year was the quest.

Those guys (ShanAn, Clarence, Howard) werent stars - but werent meant to be.  I think you insult their drive and professionalism here.
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kiidcarter8

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #657 on: Today at 09:11:27 AM »

Pelicans sign Jarrett Jack.
Fans seem happy.  Some say Jrue can play some 2 guard.

Oh, I don't think Jack will steal another starting PG job ...
But he is capable of stealing Elfrid's lunch.

JRue is best when he can play as a combo guard.
Lets him focus on scoring and saves energy for his very good defense.
He's less comfortable playing fulltime traditional PG.
But JRue needs to stay healthy.
Having Elfrid and Jack lets him keep his minutes/effort in check somewhat.  So much for Frank Jax.

Otherwise, I like DeAndre Liggins defense.
he's a bit too aggressive and foul prone.
But if he can amp down a little, he really gets at players.
Didn't realize he's 30 already.
Seems he still needs to slow down a little on both ends.

So a bench of Randle - Darius Miller - Ian Clark/Liggins - Elfrid/Jack
Ajinca and Okafors as backup Bigs.
(assuming Sol Hill starts and Randle rampages on the 2nd unit)

If JRue and AD stay healthy.
Mirotic and ETwuan bomb away.
They could be in contention for the 5-7 seed.
Though I'd expect them more around 8th.
Maybe Gentry can put it together for them.

Certainlya  fun team to watch

Thought I saw Liggins was released.  More could be forthcoming.    Jack signing could foreshadow a Payton deal. 

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Re: Knicks
« Reply #658 on: Today at 10:07:32 AM »

I still laugh my ass off at all you Marbury lovers

Says the Telfair promoter.

never liked anything about either of them.

And besides their questionable attitudes and styles of play, neither seemed like they could handle being in NYC around their homies.

Telfair never got the opportunity.

And was never in Stephon's class as an athlete.  Some similarities - but one had star quality, surely.

Sigh

More shameless revisionist bullshit. 

Now he "didn't get the opportunity."

He got EVERY OPPORTUNITY. 

Averaged 21.5 minutes in 564 games over ten seasons. 

Everyone on this forum has a functioning memory.  So best of luck in rewriting your well-documented assertions. 

PS: We now begin the countdown for Jimmer Fredette's inevitable return to the NBA, and your spin thereof. 
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Re: Knicks
« Reply #659 on: Today at 10:22:11 AM »

I still laugh my ass off at all you Marbury lovers

Says the Telfair promoter.

never liked anything about either of them.

And besides their questionable attitudes and styles of play, neither seemed like they could handle being in NYC around their homies.

Telfair never got the opportunity.

And was never in Stephon's class as an athlete.  Some similarities - but one had star quality, surely.

Sigh

More shameless revisionist bullshit. 

Now he "didn't get the opportunity."

He got EVERY OPPORTUNITY. 

Averaged 21.5 minutes in 564 games over ten seasons. 

Everyone on this forum has a functioning memory.  So best of luck in rewriting your well-documented assertions. 

PS: We now begin the countdown for Jimmer Fredette's inevitable return to the NBA, and your spin thereof.
If I knew how to post clapping hands or a thumbs-up, I'd do that here.       
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