Tweet of the Week

The time in this pic is off because Michael lives in a different time zone.  This tweet was actually taken at 4:30AM after game 1.

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Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.

Episode 185: Angel and Devil

Jay and Marc test our their new skit, talk about the last few Knicks games, debate whether some streaks are truly unbreakable, rank Felton among other PGs, cutting down the Nets and facebook questions.

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Episode 184: Clinching the Playoffs

The Knicks take advantage of an easier spot in the schedule by winning their third and fourth games in a row and clinching a playoff spot.  Marc and Jay talk about Kenyon Martin, ideal lineups for the playoffs, current streaks around the NBA and debate who a better sixth man would be.

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Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Look at the time this was posted and pray to what ever deity you pray to that there is no game today.

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Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

We may have to start doing tweet of the day as JR is always up to something on Twitter

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Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Have to go with this farewell tweet from Ronnie Brewer:

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But the week wouldn’t be complete without some antics from JR:

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Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

I guess JR wasn’t impressed with James White’s dunks

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Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.

The Knicks Prove Their Lack of Desire for the #1 Seed

  • The lack of effort in this game by everyone not named Amare was disgusting.
  • JR Smith final line, 0-8, 0 points, 4 turnovers, +/- of minus 16.  Thanks for putting to rest the debate of whether you should have made the all-star team.
  • Ed Malloy was the ref tonight, but he had no effect on the Knicks, this was all on them.
  • Jrue Holiday had a career high.  Knickeffect.
  • Amare Stoudemire had 20 points on 8-13 shooting and some nice defensive plays.  Too bad it was wasted on this shit show of a game.
  • Philly starters outscored Knicks starters 89-40.
  • This had better be a continuity issue that will resolve itself soon or else the Knicks have big problems as this is the healthiest they have been all year.
  • What happened to the defense from the 1st month of the season?  Wasn’t Shumpert coming back supposed to make the Knicks even more potent on defense?
  • Ronnie Brewer looked great the 2.5 seconds he played tonight.

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Have to go with JR Smith this week, giving Skip Bayless a much deserved insult:

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Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.

Knicks sweep the Spurs for the first time in 10 years

OK so were we in the twilight zone tonight or on Tuesday night?  THIS is the Knicks team everyone wants to see.  Intense D, ball movement on offense and everyone getting involved.  You know, the opposite of last game.

If I had to guess I’d say that Tuesday was the anomaly and tonight is going to be the norm, which by the way if you want to bet on NY Knicks you can do NBA betting (click here) at Top Bet.  The Knicks still have 4 players out, but you can start to get a feel of how this team is going to look a month from now.  Camby looked better than he has all season with 16 solid minutes, 6 boards and a number of blocked shots.  If he’s going to be able to do that for 15-18 minutes on a nightly basic I’m fine with that and also fine with Kurt Thomas buried on the bench only to be used as insurance.

Amare was aggressive and was showing off the post moves he learned this summer.  He got blocked about 17 times, but put a few in and drew a few fouls.  The crazy part is he didn’t make me constantly scream at the TV about his defense.  If he can play that level of defense every night (acceptable but not great) then this is going to be a dangerous team come playoff time.

Brewer his a few shots but he’s going to have to have a string of solid games for me not to cringe every time he shoots the ball.  He’s the leading candidate to get buried on the bench if Shumpert resembles an NBA player when he comes back from injury. Continue reading