Marc and Jay debate whether the Knicks should trade for Kyrie Irving, and for how much. What to do with the Melo situation, a look at the bench, and more.
Marc and Jay are joined by Chris Axmann (@AlmightyBallin) from the Almighty Baller Podcast Network as they talk about the Knicks rise up the standings, O’Quinn playing well, Noah having a travesty of a contract, the bench playing well, and much more.
Marc and Jay talk about the past weeks games, the all of a sudden good bench, Noah’s struggles, the team meeting, and much more
Marc, Jay and Sean get ready for the season with some predictions, analyzing the roster, Marc setting a milestone by almost staying positive for the entire episode (almost), debating Phil Jacksons moves, and much more
Written by William Lee
Both the Golden State Warriors and the New York Knicks entered Friday night’s game with a bad taste in their mouth, suffering huge defeats in their previous game. Golden State lost to Chicago 103-83 Wednesday night, while New York got humiliated by the defending Champions Miami Heat 108-82 the night before.
New York would continue their humiliating play on Friday. The Warriors jumped on the Knicks early in the game, going on a 10-0 run early in the first quarter. The run gave Golden State a 15-6 lead with 7:30 remaining in the first quarter, the Warriors would continue their onslaught in the period, finishing the quarter with 38 points. By the end of the first quarter it was 38-27, with the Warriors shooting 56% from the field, converting on five three-pointers.
New York went on a 9-2 run early in the second quarter, to cut the deficit into single digits 48-39. In a blink of an eye, any hope the Knicks had of coming back disappeared with the Warriors going on a 25-13 run to end the second quarter. By the end of the first half the Warriors were ahead 73-52, the 73 points were the most points New York had given up in the first half. The Madison Square Garden crowd booed their home team off the court. Many more cascade of boos would continue to serenade the Knicks throughout the night, and deserving so. Continue reading
Jay and Marc are joined by Jim Cavan from Knicksblogger and We’ll Always Have Linsanity. The show starts off with Marc providing a list of ten positive things. You can probably guess what we talk about after that, Mike Woodsons coaching decisions, Kidd and JRs extended slumps, the benching of anyone that can hit a three, the overall futility of pretty much everyone.
Jay and Marc apologize for being so wrong about Amare. Recap of the last few games, looking forward to the rest of the February schedule, Tyson Chandlers impressive run of rebounds and more Download Episode 172
Amil joins us today. Marbury wants attention, everyone has a comment about the Knicks, Kenyon Martin and Tracy McGrady, The Dream teaching the Knicks players some tricks, Harrellson going to Miami, JR Smith, and listener questions. Download Episode 145
Question of the day: Who has a better bench, the Knicks or the Nets?
Today we interview David Dwork, Miami Heat blogger for The Peninsula is Mightier. We talk about the decision, Miami’s bench, who David would and would not like to see in the playoffs, coach Erik Spoelstra, the possibility of reviving the Miami/New York rivalry of the 90’s, and much more. Download Episode 52