Episode 307: Marc A Smith

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

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Episode 298: The Episode Before Our Draft Preview

Marc, Jay and the Doc talk about the finals, ex Knicks that are still in the finals, some draft talk, lots of listener questions and more

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Episode 297: New Stats Guy

Marc, Jay and new stats guy talk about the finals, the upcoming draft, potential trades and free agency signings, things the NBA needs to fix, and more

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Episode 294: One Day Late

Marc and Jay talk about the end of the first round of the playoffs and answer all 700 listener questions

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Episode 290: Longest Season Ever

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

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Episode 289: The Tank Keeps Rolling

Marc and Jay talk about the past weeks games, players we’d like to see come back, check in with JR, and more

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Okafor, Melo, Harris, and Other Second Half Thoughts

Written by Nicholas McGowan

From twenty rows up in the upper deck of the student section I watched my Syracuse Orange go toe to toe with the Duke Blue Devils. It was quite the game. The final score was in Duke’s favor, 80-72, but there was some good to take out of it. I was able to watch Jahlil Okafor play, and let me tell you, he is special. This 6-11, 260 pound freshman came into the Carrier Dome and just played. He went off for 23 points on 10 of 15 shooting, added 13 rebounds and a block. He shut down Syracuse’s best player Rakeem Christmas or “Rak” as we students call him. Rak finished with just 11 points and 6 rebounds, well below his averages of 18 points and 9 rebounds. It was hard to watch as Okafor held Rak to 5-17 from the field. That game last night, only solidifies my stance that the Knicks need Okafor, we cannot settle for a Karl Anthony-Towns or an Emmanuel Mudiay because they are not on the same level. Every time Okafor touched the ball all I could do was think about how much I want him to be Knickerbocker.

While Okafor stated the other day that we would be happy staying in Durham for another year, the Knicks should be more focused on losing. The Lakers are 1-9 in their last ten games, pushing themselves to only 3 games ahead of the Knicks. The Sixers and T-Wolves sit at one and two games ahead of us respectively. While the Knicks should still be considered the frontrunners for finishing in last, there is some competition. Continue reading

Episode 283: The Greatest Human Ever

Marc and Jay talk about the Knicks retaking first place in the race for the top draft pick, Amare considering a buyout, Melo resting for the all star game, lineups we’d like to see going forward, and much more

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Episode 279: Later JR

Marc and Jay break down the JR and Shumpert trade, talk about the Galloway signing, tanking, Phil Jacksons comments on the state of the Knicks, an interview with JR, this years Knickeffect list

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Episode 278: Master Plan

Marc and Jay briefly talk about the last 3 games, take a look at the roster to see if the record is Melos fault, top 5 2015 predictions, and much more

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