Marc and Jay talk about one of the craziest weeks in recent memory. Mills fired, Rose hired, Morris traded, draft picks acquired, and more.
Marc and Jay talk about:
1:00 – Recap of the last week
8:00 – Trade deadline rumors
38:00 – The embarrassment in Memphis
42:00 – Listener questions
Marc and Jay talk about Kobe, the state of the Knicks, and then team up with the Knicks Rewind Podcast to talk about:
Favorite Knicks moment
Favorite player to watch
Which young guy are you most excited about for the future
3 words describing guys?
Least favorite Knick current/past
1:00 – Intro
2:00 – Chat with a listener
19:00 – Weekly recap, comparing the live games Marc and Jay went to, Knicks sign Wooten, Drummond debate
38:00 – Listener questions
Marc and Jay talk about
1:00 – Intro
5:00 – Call from France
19:00 – Recap of the week
45:00 – Listener questions
Marc and Jay talk about this weeks games, the Karl Anthony Towns rumors, some Knicks players want out, and how Miller has effected the team.
1:00 – Proposed season changes
12:00 – Recapping the week
19:00 – Things devolve into a straight up rant
26:00 – Listener questions
37:00 – Around the League
4:30 – Week in Review
26:00 – Marc’s plan for getting Masai
38:00 – A new Twitter account that’s a little suspect
42:45 – Listener questions
Written by: Austin Snyder
In order to fully understand the following jumble of words about America’s favorite target for uninformed sports opinions some backstory is needed. The enigma at the center of the story? David Fizdale (finally, a twist worthy of Stephen A. Smith). The general consensus about the Fizdale hiring from those who, like myself, actually pay attention to the Knicks is that Fizdale was brought in with the sole intention of being a lure for Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and was probably never thought to be a solid choice to lead a team on a complete rebuild. So why does it matter?
Anyone who watched the Knicks with Fizdale at the helm would have been hard pressed not to notice the lack of an offensive system (or defensive one for that matter) under his guidance. Instead, the most valuable franchise in the NBA, worth an excess of four billion dollars, sported an offense reminiscent of watching my 7 year old nephew’s elementary school games on a nightly basis. No ball movement, no plays, and certainly no consistency. So why did Fiz ever get the job in the first place?
Marc and Jay talk about Fizdale getting fired, Mike Miller as the new coach, the past weeks games, listener questions, and more