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?
Question of the day: Which Knick does the most with the least talent and which Knick does the least with the most talent?
Stat is starting, Fields is not, Walking is waived, Gadzuric is signed. Never a dull moment for the Knicks. Hopefully we’ll continue our quest for the 6th seed. Orlando is a mess right now, but their magic number is only 2 and they have a game against the Bobcats, so every game is really important now.
Carmelo Anthony – B: He played too much iso-ball in the beginning of the season, but since coming back from his injury has been making a huge effort to move the ball around. His shot is way off right now but we expect him to look more like himself after the all-star break.
Mike Bibby – F: I know he’s getting old and he’s lost a step, but how did he forget how to shoot and pass as well? We had to play shooting guards at the point because he was too bad to play more than five minutes.
Tyson Chandler – A: Exactly what we wanted when we signed him. Excellent defender, low post presence and when a good PG is playing can be a factor on offense too. He’s currently leading the league leader in field goal percentage. Needs to calm down on techs or he’s going to be suspended for a number of games in the second half. Continue reading