|The Knicks lost every game this week, no one is playing particularly well, and now coach Fisher has been fired. Greek Salad hasn’t been resigned yet so we’re back down to 14 players on the roster.|
|Rank||Player||Comments||Last weeks Rank|
|1||Lopez, Robin||Lopez started off the week with a great game agains the Celtics and a Monster game against the Pistons. He also played 30 minutes or more in every game this week. He didn’t do anything against the Nuggets, but no one strung together 4 good games this week and that 26 and 16 game against Detroit was most impressive. Good enough for Lopez first #1 ranking of the season.||3|
|2||Porzingis, Kristaps||Porzingis did the opposite of Lopez, played poorly against Boston and Detroit and then looked amazing against Memphis and Denver. Imagine one day all our guys played well at the same time?||4|
|3||Afflalo, Arron||This is representative of how bad the Knicks have been. Afflalo didn’t have a very good week and moved up 2 spots.||5|
|4||Anthony, Carmelo||Oh my lord did Melo shoot bad this week. He said it’s because his knee is hurting which is just great. Years 1 and 2 of his max contract have been disasters. Good thing Melo got to the line, rebounded, and passed to make up for his shooting, but now he’s starting to miss a bunch of games so I’m getting pretty nervos.||1|
|5||Galloway, Langston||Galloway had a nice showing against Detroit, but was absolute trash in the games he started this week. Continue reading|
Jay, Martin, and Stats Guy III talk about the firing of Derek Fisher, Kurt Rambis taking over, potential moves, the last 4 games the Knicks played, predictions for the next 6 games and much more
Marc, Jay, and the Doc break down LeBrons statement about his teammates, is Allan Houston a top 10 all time Knick, what to expect from Derrick Fisher this season, and more
Marc and Jay talk about the finals, the latest Knicks rumors, worst case scenarios for this summer, more coaching talk, listener questions and more
Nothing has actually happened in the offseason so far, but there are tons of rumors floating around. Since we don’t have much else to do other than watch the last few highly predictable games of the conference finals I figured I’d briefly mention a few of the current items of note.
Carmelo Anthony said he would embrace playing for Mark Jackson. No duh. From what I saw of Jackson in Golden State it looks like plays are not his strong suit. Which means plenty of opportunity for iso-Melo. The fact that Melo would be happy to play for a coach that lets him monopolize the ball is no shocker. You should probably go to the top sportsbooks and wager it all on Melo being happy with any coach that gives him enough leeway as Woodson did.
Marc and Jay talk about Kerr not coaching the Knicks, New York Media, Donald Sterlings latest leaked audio, Kevin Love wanting out of Minny, playoff talk and much more
Written by Nicholas McGowan
It can be sometimes hard to find the truth, in the case of the Knicks; it is always hard to find the truth. Behind the strict media policies that supposedly all Knicks employees must agree to, there seem to be a few people who continue to leak out information. For instance, a few days ago media reports had Steve Kerr joining the Golden State Warriors. Yet today I saw a report from CBS Sports that read “Steve Kerr seeking five-year, $30 million deal from Knicks. It’s amazing to see the drastic change from Kerr to Warriors to Kerr to Knicks. Remember when the word out of the Knicks was that they wanted to ink Kerr to a deal in early May? I do, yet today is May 12th and the longer this head coaching search drags out, the more possible landings spots for Kerr open up. The OKC Thunder who just blew a 16 point lead, might fire Scott Brooks, and if the Indiana Pacers lose (looks as though they will certainly play Miami at this point) there will certainly be rumblings about the security of Frank Vogel. The Knicks need to lock up Kerr now if they believe he is the man to lead the Knicks to a championship. The Knicks cannot afford to lose him, if a better situation pops up, one that is both better than the Warriors and Knicks situation, Kerr might bolt there. Since recent reports have Kerr coming to Knicks, I figured we should have some idea as how he might do as our coach. Continue reading
There are some things that only exist on the Knicks because this is an insane and screwed up franchise. In order to simplify things we decised to come up with a dictionary to explain these Knicks only phenomena. Here is the Knicks Dictionary which will be updated as necessary:
3rd Quarter – The quarter the Knicks take off every game before trying again in the 4th
Accountability – The best way to learn is to be allowed to keep doing what you are doing.
Big Lineup – Playing tall players.
D-focused Coach – a guy who doesn’t coach defense
Game Shape – Enough stamina for 3 quarters
Herb Williams – A permanent fixture of the assistant coaching staff no matter who is head coach. Never a candidate for head coach.
Knick Comeback – Coming back from at least 20 points down only to juuuuust fall short at the end.
Knick Effect – When someone on the opposing team has a season high scoring game due to terrible defense.
Knick trade – Getting fleeced while exchanging players and being happy about it.
Knicks 6th Man – This player has to be extemely inconsistent and undependable.
Knicks Out of Timeout Play – Isolation. Always.
Lots to talk about tonight, 3 games, a big injury to Raymond Felton, JUST RIDICULOUS Smith, Camby back, Brewer fading, lineup changes, Nets firing their coach, Wade gets suspended and much much more Download Episode 163
The Knicks stomp the Magic and win a thriller in Chicago thanks to Carmelo Anthony’s heroics. We give our comments on the games, take a look at the playoff picture for both conferences and go over a few other things around the league such as the age for entering the NBA, Dwight trying to get Stan Van Gundy fired and more. Download Episode 119