Marc and Jay talk about the last two games, more JR drama, Woodsons punishment techniques, upcomng games, trade rumors, and much more
|Four games and four wins this week making it the best week since I started this rankings. Unlike most weeks, I might even be able to avoid making myself furious by the end of this weeks rankings:|
|Rank||Player||Comments||Last weeks Rank|
|1||Anthony, Carmelo||Melo started the week off on fire. His last two games he hasn’t shot particularly well but it’s probably harder to shoot when there is no consistent 2nd scoring option and opponents can double you on every possession. Melo has also been rebounding and even assisting at a decent clip. This weeks clear #1.||3|
|2||Shumpert, Iman||While Shumpert didn’t shoot well this week, he seems to have found his groove defensively again, putting up the best +/- on the team with a total +46 in 4 games. He’s also averaged about 8 rebounds per game which is a nice bonus.||1|
|3||Martin, Kenyon||It won’t show up as much in the box scores but Kenyon has been huge for the Knicks. He’s had more than a few timely putbacks and has been an underrated passes as well.||6|
|4||Bargnani, Andrea||it’s feast for famine with Bargnani. He looked so good against Detroit and Miami and so bad against Philly. At least it looks like Woodson has learned to play Bargs more when he’s hot and much less when he’s not. Kinda like what should have been done with JR for the last 2 seasons.||7|
|5||Stoudemire, Amar’e||While Amare had a poor outing in Detroit, he was huge in the Miami and Philly games. He looks like he’s getting his confidence back and even got to show off some of those new post moves we’ve been hearing about. Amare has already played more games than last season. I’m not sure if anyone really truely expects him to stay healthy through the rest of the season and the playoffs but if he can it’ll give the bench a much needed scoring punch.||Continue reading|
Marc and Jay talk about the last three game, a rare episode where we only cover wins, shoelaces, reenactments of Woodsons press conference and a JR interview, trade scenarios, stats guy and much more
Jr’s suspension, King vs Anthony, this Knicks team vs the ’73 team, A and B squads, listener questions and more
Marc took his annual vacation during the playoffs. Again. So Jay fills him in on all the playoff action he missed, both with the Knicks and around the league.
Marc and Jay talk about the Celtics game, Melos meltdown, Kevin Garnett, whether the Knicks should sign Kenyon Martin and who should be cut if that happens, health problems and much more. Download Episode 166
Rondo is suspended, the Celtics are in a tailspin, lets beat these bitches. Comment below as the game goes on.
Jim Cavan from Knickerblogger.net joins us on our big playoff preview. We talk about starting Amar’e off the bench, and how it probably will never happen, Metta World Peace’s suspension, and different rotation possibilities for the playoffs. We then make our picks for every round of hte playoffs and give our end of the season awards. Download Episode 124
Predictably we lost in Cleveland where we haven’t won in five years. The Knicks then came back and beat the Hawks without Chandler. We give our thoughts on the game and talk about Metta World Peace trying to murder James Harden. Download Episode 123