Do I even have to write show notes? We talk about the draft lottery, how JR sobered up and is now playing well, we talk to the ESPN Insider editor and Derrick Rose, and answer approximately 732 questions.
Marc and Jay talk about the end of the first round of the playoffs and answer all 700 listener questions
We are joined by the great Robert Silverman @bobsaietta where we talk about fan appreciation night, Bargnani, temp jobs, free agency, the draft, Carmelo Anthony’s comments during a recent interview, Greg Monroe, clown school, and answer the most questions we’ve ever received on the show
Marc and Jay do an emergency episode to talk about the Knicks for some reason blowing their chance at a guaranteed top 4 pick. We do the show while the Orlando game is on and get very angry as it ends. We also check in with Derrick rose and answer listener questions. Unlike most episodes, we get a little too angry and there is foul language in this episode.
Marc and Jay talk about the last two weeks of games, our thoughts after watching Okafor and Towns in the tournament, Melo afraid to sit on the bench, Phil asking fans to be paient and much more
Marc and Jay talk about the past weeks games, players we’d like to see come back, check in with JR, and more
Marc and Jay talk about Phil Jacksons comments about trading the draft pick and Derek Fisher getting ejected more often, the last few games, the draft, tanking, checking in with Derrick Rose, and much more
Marc and Jay talk about the rumor Phil Jackson is seeing what he can get for draft picks, Derrick Rose, steroids, the draft, crazy trades, cheap owners, and more
Marc and Jay talk about the Knicks turnaround, interview with a crazy fan, ex Knicks starting on championship contenders, developing young players, revisiting our preseason predictions, tons of emails, facebook questions and more
Chris Herring from the Wall Street Journal joins Marc and Jay as they talk about strategies for team building, draft prospects, revisiting the Tyson Chandler trade, player development, players to keep going forward, Amare, and much much more