Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Just like the NBA landscape not much is going on in the twitter universe this week either. Metta gets another entry in our tweet of the week:

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

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Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

I have a feeling I’m going to feel the same way about some of the games this season:

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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

It’s happening earlier than I thought but we’re already at the point where JR and Metta are dueling for who has the crazier twitter account:

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

A league without fouls

No Foul

The year: 2013. Thanks to the new penalties instituted by the NBA in October of 2012, all flopping has been eliminated from the game. But these rules didn’t go nearly far enough. Players have responded by diminishing their core strength and maintaining a high center of gravity, increasing their chances of falling over legitimately. Gregg Popovich has pioneered the “reverse screen,” intended to channel the on-ball defender into his check at a high speed. Dirk Nowitzki now spends entire offensive possessions on one leg, and Nike has teamed up with Dwyane to market the first set of high heels for basketball, the “Pump Fakes.”

Massive discontent with this state of affairs led to the recent ouster of David Stern as commissioner. He has been replaced by Jeff Van Gundy, whose first act was to abolish the foul in the NBA. These rule changes have paved the way for a new superteam, destined to dominate the postseason for years to come.

STARTERS:
Gilbert Arenas
J.R. Smith
Metta World Peace
Kevin Love
Jordan Hill

RESERVES:
Jason Kidd
Tony Allen
Stephen Jackson
Gerald Wallace
Jason Smith
Kevin Garnett
Andrew Bynum

The starting backourt of J.R. Smith and Gilbert Arenas is the best in the league at containing dribble penetration. Continue reading

Episode 123: Going to Miami

Predictably we lost in Cleveland where we haven’t won in five years.  The Knicks then came back and beat the Hawks without Chandler.  We give our thoughts on the game and talk about Metta World Peace trying to murder James Harden.  Download Episode 123

Episode 75: Happy Meta World Peace Day

We cover the draft, all the trades made during the draft, some Knicks rumors, Pippen backtracking from saying LeBron is better than Jordan, the man previously known as Ron Artest, and some other rumors around the league.  Download Episode 75

Episode 33: MOZGOVVVVVVVVVVV

Mozgov had a huge game.  Will he be in the rotation going forward?  Lithuania’s record breaking 3 point night.  2 heated minutes.  KG insults a little kid.  Artest wants a trade, should the Knicks get him? Download Episode 33

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