Thursday, March 01, 2007


The Knicks got smacked around last night in Boston, home of the Celtics, aka the worst team in the league, aka what the Knicks were last year. I can't say I am surprised with Crawford probably out for the season, Nate had the flu, and "Double" Lee's ankle is still bothering him,they didn't have much fire power. This season is probably over, it kills me to say it but I am not being a pessimistic I am being a REALisitic. With that said, the youth movement and building for next year and the years after has to start NOW. So why are we starting Malik Rose? You need to start Channing Frye this is the perfect time to let him develop(even if he has been playing like a lost little boy all year), all Renaldo Balkman does whenever he is on the floor is produce, so why not give him 25 minns a night to develop? Mardy Collins played 25 hard minns last night he had 6 points and 5 assists(just 1 assist shy of Marburys total for last night in 44 minns). If the young guys can get it done and put them into the playoffs it'll be a huge boost in the youngins mentality and experience for this year and the next couple of years. You have to buy out Mr. Milky aka the Milkman aka Steve Francis, who has been milking his knee injury all year. If the team was any good he'd be on the floor so get this guy out of town one way or another. It's kind've ironic that he was on the floor in the games leading up to the deadline(when he just got back after going home to Houston to "rehabilitate" his knee) and now that the deadline has passed(with no action)he is back in street clothes. Once Lee comes back the starting lineup for the Knicks should be Marbury, Q-Rich, "Double" Lee, Frye and the monster Curry. Nate, Balkman, Collins Jefferies, and Rose as the second team(and once and a while a Jerome James sighting just for shits and giggles). Isiah, your job is safe just build for the future, pleeaaasssee, and you won't regret it when the team you envision becomes great in the near future.


Anonymous Randall said...

I think the knicks still have a shot at the playoffs without crawford. If Richardson can fill that spot like he did last night, they may be able to pull out the eighth seed.

3/01/2007 11:07 AM  

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