The Knicks continue the most pathetic limp towards the playoffs we’ve ever seen as Jay and Marc talk about how a team that gives up 50 point quarters and looks like they aren’t trying every other game can actually be gaining ground on the final playoff spot.
Marc, Jay and stats guy talk about the four games since the last show, an is Melo leaving debate followed by a discussion of what life will be like post-melo, much more
The Knicks are looking into trading JR Smith. Considering he’s played like crap for pretty much the entire season, had an offseason knee surgery, got suspended for repeated drug violations as well as fined for repeated unsportsmanlike conduct (shoelacegate parts 1 and 2) the market for JR is at an all time low. Remember, when the market for JR was at an all time high after he got the 6th man of the year award the Knicks were still the only team to make an offer. That being said I’m going to attempt to propose a few trade scenarios that would kinda sorta make sense for the other team (obviously any trade getting rid of JR makes sense for the Knicks).
Why the Bucks do it: The Bucks really want to get rid of Neal and Delfino hasn’t been healthy in 4 years. The Bucks save about 1M a year after this year and in theory replace Neals 3 point shooting.
Why the Knicks do it: They get rid of JR Smith
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Another double header featuring Shumpert and a new arrival!
I’m glad these rumors aren’t true:
I’m assuming this will be the first tweet of many
Michael (@delacmi1) scours twitter all week to find our Knicks player Tweet of the Week every Monday morning.
LeBron learns what the word contraction means. Fantasy basketball tips. We debate on whether Dallas, Utah, San Antonio and New Orleans are for real, and if any of the west coast teams who are currently out of the top 8 have a chance at sneaking in. Yao trade rumors. New Jersey is building around a role player. We also debate if it’s OK to criticize refs. Download Episode 23