Part 1 of our 2 part end of the season wrapup. Jay and Marc recreate the exit interviews for the Knicks roster, Will our resident Nets fan calls in and I think we get to one of our 40+ questions before part 2.
Jay and Marc are joined by Jim Cavan from Knicksblogger and We’ll Always Have Linsanity. The show starts off with Marc providing a list of ten positive things. You can probably guess what we talk about after that, Mike Woodsons coaching decisions, Kidd and JRs extended slumps, the benching of anyone that can hit a three, the overall futility of pretty much everyone.
Jay and Marc try to keep their composure as they talk about the worst Knicks game in recent and probably not so recent memory. We try to figure out what is going wrong and how to fix it plus answer listener questions. Download Episode 197
Jay and Marc briefly talk about the other three series before answering a ton of questions looking forward to game three. Priggy, Shump, Chandler, Amare, offense, defense, clubs, it’s all covered. We even manage to keep the Amare bashing to a minimum. At least until we see what happens on Saturday.
Round two started off with a thud. Jay and Marc are angrier than ever and tell you why all show. I think we mention the round 1 victory for about a minute, but since round 2 started so quick or happiness was immediately crushed by the weight of this terrible game.
Jay tries to convince Marc that things aren’t so bad right now, another petition to the basketball gods, listener questions and ranting about the last two games.
Marc took his annual vacation during the playoffs. Again. So Jay fills him in on all the playoff action he missed, both with the Knicks and around the league.
Guess what we talk about? If you guessed Game 1 against Boston you are correct. There was a ton of questions that we answer that pretty much cover the game from every angle. We also talk about the rest of the playoff games very briefly as there was only 1 other game that wasn’t a blowout.
Jay and Marc talk about the Chicago, Cleveland and Indiana games, locking up the two seed, Solomon Jones, have a seance with the basketball gods and beg them to not have any more injuries, talk about how apparently almost the Knicks whole roster will be healthy for the playoffs and answer listner questions.