Tweet of the Week

Looks like this will be our last tweet of the week from Steve Novak


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

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Steve Novak has been making the rounds promoting McDonalds and even had a live unveiling of their new wraps.  Apparently he’s very excited about them.  Not enough to actually taste them of course, but enough to tweet about them.


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

Episode 171: A Ton of Stuff

We talk about the Hawks and Magic games, Carmelo Anthony’s two milestones, the Rudy Gay trade, Reggie Evans big mouth, a ton of listener questions, Allen Iverson, Rajon Rondo, fantasy basketball, trade scenarios, Steve Novak and much more.  Download Episode 171

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Ronnie Brewer gets the tweet of the week with this picture from Rasheed Wallaces bowling event.  Lets hope Rasheed didn’t pull an Andrew Bynum and reinjure himself while bowling last night:


Episode 167: Reinforcements

The Knicks lose two really ugly games against the Pacers and Bulls before coming back against the Hornets.  We debate whether Shumpert coming back next game and Felton in a few weeks will be enough or if the Knicks need to make a cut in order to sign another big man.  Also, Steve Novak is hilarious and punks Nate Robinson.  Download Episode 167

Episode 164: Stoudemire Too – Judgement Day

Robert Silverman from joins us today.  Amare comes back and it goes about as well as expected.  What happened to the Knicks defense?  Ronnie Brewer and Steve Novak aren’t playing like they did in November and early December.  Is Felton more important than we realized?  Trying to figure out why the Knicks don’t look like the same team they did only a month ago.  Much more.  Download Episode 164

Episode 158: Wheeling and Deeling with the Fantasy Nomad

Michael Pichan from the Fantasy Nomad Show & 2 Guys & a Friggin Football joins us today to help Jay and Marc make a blockbuster fantasy basketball trade and talk fantasy hoops.  Jay and Marc also recap the last two Knicks games against the Wizards and Suns, debate if the Knicks should cut somone to sign Kenyan Martin and notice a trend between late night tweets and Just Ridiculous’s performances.  Download Episode 158

Knicks Player Tweet of the Week

Looks like Steve Novak was made well aware of the NBA’s slowest fast break ever:


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

Episode 156: The Mystery of the Disappearing and Reappearing Defense

Marc and Jay talk about the Dallas, Houston and Detroit games, what happened to the defense of the first 9 games, debate whether Melo is reverting back to old Melo and talk about the calls or lack of calls he’s getting, taking too many 3’s, welcoming Novak back to the NBA, listener questions and much more.  Download Episode 156

The Knicks don’t send their fans into a panic by beating the Pistons

The Knicks are supposed to win games like this and win them by a large margin.  Today did not disappoint.  Lets face it, if they did lose this game Knicks nation would be in a complete panic and endless talk of how the first 8 games were a fluke would ensue.  Some thoughts on today’s game:

  • The 2nd half almost seemed as if the Knicks were toying with the Pistons.  At least 3 times Detroit would come to within 8-10 points and then the Knicks would go on a big run.
  • Carmelo was unstoppable today.  When he’s scoring from inside and out as well as passing when he’s double-teamed there isn’t much you can do.
  • Welcome back Steve Novak, we missed you.
  • Camby looked a lot more mobile today.  Hopefully this means he’s getting into game shape.  We need another rebounder out there.
  • Can someone start a movement to ban Rasheed Wallace from taking shots more than 12 feet from the basket?
  • Jason Kidd is more important than people realize.  In the 2nd quarter Detroit made a run and almost came back to tie the Knicks.  Kidd enters and suddenly the Knicks are up by 20.  This is not the first time something like this has happened. Continue reading