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.
It’s been reported that Ronnie Brewer is close to returning, and my in fact return to practice today. Amar’e is also supposed to return to the starting lineup for Fridays game against the Raptors. Knicks fans may actually get to see the starting lineup in action before the regular season starts. Should we be excited that the Knicks starting lineup may be in tact by Friday or depressed that having all of our starters play in the same game is exciting news?
Toronto is messing with the Knicks. That’s the only explanation for the $20M offer for Landry Fields. Will Jeremy Lin be gone too? Will Mike Bibby be our starting PG? Are the Nets going to be better than the Knicks this season? Lots to talk about this episode. Download Episode 135
This is a photo of the Knicks shot selection tonight:
The Knicks had a chance to close the gap on the 76ers tonight, playing the terrible Raptors. They had a multi-faceted strategy:
This strategy did not work.
Well we followed up the terrible losses to Toronto and Charlotte with a last second win against the Wizards. We talk about the blackout some more, the Knicks last 3 games, our coach and what’s going on around the league. Marc also comes up with a list of facts and slogans about the Knicks. Download Episode 95
We’re not in the best of moods today as our cable provider has blacked MSG out. We do the top 5 bad things we want to happen to Time Warner Cable and James Dolan. We talk about the Lakers, Kings and Raptors games. We really expected to have a happy show today but between the blackout and the Raptors game it just wasn’t possible. Download Episode 94
In Episode 89 we went through our predictions for the Eastern Conference for the upcoming season. Here are the results:
1. Chicago Bulls
2. Miami Heat
3. Boston Celtics
4. New York Knicks
5. Orlando Magic
6. Atlanta Hawks
7. Indiana Pacers
8. Philadelphia 76’ers