2014/15 Knicks Roster Power Rankings – Week 15

The Knicks went 2-1 this week which is their 2nd winning week in a row. Great news if you like meaningless wins, not so great if you are rooting for a top 3 draft pick. One more week until the all-star game after which Melo will hopefully shut it down and the Knicks will get the tank back on track.
Rank Player Comments Last weeks Rank
1 Anthony, Carmelo Melo shot 52% against the Lakers. It’s rare when Melo has a good shooting night but he was able to do that and hurt our draft position on the same day. What an awesome brand he’s building! 1
2 Calderon, Jose Look who learned to get assists again! A slightly less washed up looking PG makes a huge difference on this team. 6
3 Amundson, Lou I wonder what the teams record would have been last year if everyone tried as hard as Lou does every night. 7
4 Smith, Jason Smith has looked like an actual NBA player lately. I don’t know what to make of that. 9
5 Galloway, Langston The shooting is still bad and he doesn’t assist very much, but the defense and rebounding is still solid. Continue reading

Episode 188: Atlantic Division Champs

Jim Cavan @jpcavan from Knickerblogger and We’ll Always Have Linsanity joins us today as we talk about Kurt Thomas, James Singleton, Kenyon Martin, Amare Stoudemire, training in space, Cuban drug lords, division titles, Heat fans, 3 point shooting, 6th man of the year awards and much more

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Episode 8: Isiah, Curry, Gortat and Asbestos

Comparing the Knicks and the Bulls / Isiah Thomas wants to ruin the Knicks again / Eddie Curry wants another chance / Gortat thinks New York Smells / MSG Vs. Asbestos / Who would you trade for Steve Nash? / Subscribe on ITunes  Download Episode 8

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