I have been picking the Knicks to win every night and every night I have been crushed in the waning seconds. I am predicting they will win Friday night. The difference tonight was some awful injuries and some not too friendly refereeing. Nothing was awful by the refs but the advantage was definitely with the Celtics. These advantages will be for the Knicks in MSG. The Knicks played good defense once again but their offense is escaping them. Tonight was just bizarre: Continue reading
Dear Mr. Howard,
Blocking the ball into the 7th row looks cool but the other team gets the ball back.
Dear Mr. D’Antoni,
Using all your timeouts before crunch time leaves you with no timeouts in cruch time.
Dear Mr. James,
Sometimes you do miss a shot on your own. Not every miss is because you got fouled.
Dear NBA refs,
No one is here to see you. Nor do real fans want to win because of you. Just call the game evenly and everyone will be happy.
Dear Memphis Grizzlies,
Love the beards.
Dear Mr. Bryant,
Going 1 on 5 for 8 straight posessions won’t get it done. I thought you learned that 4 years ago.
Dear Mr. Richardson and Mr. Turkoglu,
The playoffs started, please report to the court.
Maybe others will disagree but I thought there was a lot of home court cooking going on here by the refs. Continue reading
Beyond the obvious like the Knicks winning or playing defense or getting an offensive rebound or successfully switching on a pick & roll…here is what I want to see:
- Carmelo Anthony hitting a game winning shot in MSG. Continue reading
I’m getting sick of conversations like “If Kobe gets another title he’ll be considered the GOAT (greatest of all time)”, or ‘LeBron isn’t even in the conversation with Kobe until he wins a title”.
Winning titles is great, not that many players get to do it, but it shouldn’t be used as a basis for an argument about who’s better. Please refer to example one if you don’t believe me.
would be considered better than this guy:
I rest my case.