Friday, October 31, 2008

Chandler's Putback

Wilson Chandler has the potential to be something special. I think I found what player my new jersey is going to be since I have to burn my Marbury one and can't wear it anymore.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Knicks Beat the Heat in Opener

The Knicks beat the Miami Heat in their home opener last night 120-115. "Double" Lee lived up to his nickname and as expected had a double-double, Wilson Chandler looked great, and Q-Rich played the way he played in Phoenix. I am not getting ahead of myself I know it's the first game and they had to hold off a late charge by the Heat but a win is a win. THE KNICKS ARE UNDEFEATED so I am going to enjoy that for what it's worth. Best of all Stephon "Me" Marbury and Eddy "Oliver Miller" Curry both got big fat DNPs as they sat on the bench next to the legend Jerome James all night long. Again all hail D'Antoni for getting it right. More on this game later today or tomorrow I gotta get my ass to work. For the box score courtesy of ESPN click here http://scores.espn.go.com/nba/boxscore?gameId=281029018

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Knicks Season Starts Tonight....Optimistic?

The new season is upon us finally and guess what Greg Oden is hurt. It’s just a "tweaked ankle" but it still has gotta suck to be him right now. Now on to more important things, the New York Knicks are back and back in a "big" way tonight. The Knickerbockers will be taking on the Miami Heat at the Garden and I bet you Isiah Thomas won’t be attending. Usually at the start of every season I am so pumped for the Knicks to get going and hopefully get better. It really never matters how terrible the Knicks have been in recent years I still feel they can make some noise but this year is different.

This year is different because I know management is in rebuilding mode and I know it’s going to take a few years to rebuild but I’m tired of waiting. However, rebuilding right now means getting under the cap by 2010 not necessarily making the team better in the meantime (which is rididculous to me). Everybody is pointing towards 2010’s free agent class headed by Lebron, D-Wade and Chris Bosh but who knows if you are going to get one of them. However, I love basketball and I love the Knicks but what am I supposed to do not root for my team? Am I supposed to hope they lose so they get a better draft pick? I realize the Knicks don’t have the talent to be a championship team but I can not sit through another 20-30-win season.


I am highly against rooting against your own team even if a loss means a better player it just goes against everything that sports is supposed to be about. When Patrick Ewing Jr. didn’t make the team for no other reason but financial issues my reaction is what the F? Bottom line you are the New York Knicks, you play in Madison Square Garden with money flowing in and you don’t want to sacrifice a few 100 grand to satisfy a long-suffering fan base? Don’t give me the excuse "well Anthony Roberson can shoot the 3" yeah well other then that he is terrible and he’s not going to play so who the hell wants him on the team over Ewing? I do realize that there’s no reason to bug out about the last guy sitting at the end of the bench, which is why I didn't have a whole post directed at my disgust of cutting Ewing Jr. However, if there’s an injury Ewing might get a chance to come in and do some damage (or at least dunk it on somebody). Wouldn’t you want a guy who can fly and play defense to come in rather then a guy who if he is open can maybe hit a three?

It is a new season and rooting against the Knicks winning is not going to happen at least around me. I don't want to wait but I realize this isn't a championship team and championship teams take time to build but (maybe stupidly) I don’t want to wait 2 years for it to actually change. At the very least they have to show a change, don't get blown out by 50 and don't have the biggest cheers come from a New York Giant on the jumbo-tron anymore. Call me selfish if you want but I’m about to turn 24 on November 7th and I’ve been waiting my whole life for a championship by one of my teams (Jets, Mets, and Knicks) and I am tired of waiting.





***All hail D’Antoni because Eddy Curry finally is out of the rotation and it is about damn time.***



Sunday, October 26, 2008

Patrick Ewing Jr.

He better make this team and if he does I'm buying his jersey. His Dad is my favorite athlete in any sport of all time and I have to show my support.


Youtube finally is letting me post this video so I had to get it on here.....sorry for the delay.

Patrick Ewing Jr.'s HUGE Putback Dunk Over Glen "Big Baby" Davis

I mean come on this guy deserves to be on the team right?

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Patrick Ewing Jr.'s Posterization of Brook Lopez


If Patrick Ewing Jr.'s dunk on Brook Lopez isn't enough to make the team I don't know what is. Any fan of the Knicks knows how this story goes if he doesn’t make this squad he will get picked up by another team without a doubt and stick it to the Knicks every chance he gets (it’s happened way to many times). I mean his two posterizing dunks this preseason should be enough alone to make this rebuilding team (not to mention his solid D). The first was a huge put back dunk on “Big Baby” & the Celtics, which opened eyes around the league. The second was this monstrous dunk on fellow rookie Brook Lopez flying down the sidelines the way his pops used to do it. In the words of Lil’ Wayne, Ewing Jr. is definitely “stuntin’ like his Daddy” lighting up the Garden with his (in Clyde’s words) “Master Blasters." Patrick is already a fan favorite and this dunk was number 1 on Sportscenter’s top plays (It means nothing but as a fan it brings a smile to my face). Since the Knicks front office has no plans on winning for the next two years anyway why not lose with some monster dunks and some fun right?

If you haven't seen it yet click here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj4_p3I0KOc and check it out. I'm usually able to post videos on here sorry for the inconvenience but for some reason youtube didn't let me post this one.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Person in Isiah Thomas' Home Gets Rushed to Hospital

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=3662310
click the link for the whole story. Basically an unidentified man was rushed from Isiah Thomas' home coincidentally (or not) he is 47 too. The Garden said that "Isiah is fine" but the man remains unidentified. I wish everyone involved the best and I hope this 47 year old whether it's Isiah or not has a speedy recovery. There are rumors that it is Isiah but everything is speculation at this time so don't read to deeply into everything out there until the full story comes out.

New York Knicks 2008-2009 Season Preview

Since the season is starting next week I wanted to re-post my Season Preview so in case you missed it enjoy


First off my predictions 38 wins possible 8th seed in the playoffs if they get lucky. I know I say this every year BUT they have had the talent to finish with 38 wins and now they have a real coach too. The (L)Eastern Conference has gotten better but a team under .500 will still be able to make the post season (and get swept by the Celtics).

Scoring Leader - Jamal Crawford

Assists Leader - Chris Duhon

Rebounding Leader - David Lee

Blocks Leader - David Lee

Steals Leader - Chris Duhon

Player by Player Breakdown

Wilson Chandler - 6'8, 220 - Last year's first round pick has a tremendous upside that was not shown last season because of "coach" Thomas unfairly benching him. He seemingly can dunk it on anyone and has a nice baby jumper as well. With improvement in his defense he will become a solid NBA player that will hang around this league and seems to thrive in the 7 second or less offense. There's nothing but upside with this kid......stay tuned.

Mardy Collins - 6'6, 220 - Has tremendous talent on the defensive side of the ball, yes I meant that, tremendous talent. The only problem with Collins is that he lacks confidence. He plays ball while looking over his shoulder and second-guessing his every move. To his defense he has been playing under a clueless coach and has never been in the regular rotation having only played in 98 games. Up to this point of his career he is only known for one thing and that's taking a sucker punch from Carmelo "Hit and Run" Anthony.

Jamal Crawford - 6'5, 200 - The best pure shooter on this team (that is unless Allan Houston can't complete his comeback) and flat out the best scorer. I've been saying the same thing about him for years. I feel like a broken record that he has to put on some more weight and improve his defense. Coming into last season he definitely bulked up and hustled more on defense but the season was a lost cause considering all the distractions, so improvements were overlooked by many beat writers (or "experts") out there.

Eddy Curry - 6'11, 285 - I've had my fun in the past poking fun at Curry for his weight, his lack of hustle and desire on the court. Also, how he is 6'11", listed as 285 and averages .49 blocks per game for his entire seven year career. However, if you are one of those Knick fans that don't want to wait two years to win some games we are going to need Curry to get into some sort of shape and play back up center to "Double" Lee. The only problem is Curry was out of camp with a bacterial infection, so to nobody's surprise he is out of shape early on in the season. If you've paid attention to Eddy Curry's horrible Knick career you know he was coming into camp out of shape anyway, bacterial infection or not. It looks like Curry is going to have a nice seat next to Jerome James on the bench because he is probably not going to be in the rotation.....FINALLY!!

Chris Duhon - 6'1, 185 - In back up minutes last season Duhon averaged five assists per game. For the Knicks last season the team leader in assists per game was their 2 guard Jamal Crawford and he averaged......five assists per game. Clearly this is an upgrade over last season's "starting" point guard in "Mr. Me" Marbury who averaged 4.7 assists per game. Duhon is a very good pass-first point guard, something the Knicks haven't had in years. However, take it easy on the Steve Nash comparisons. Duhon does not have the talent to win consecutive MVP awards (but of course I would love if he proved me wrong) but then again not many players do have the talent to win consecutive MVP awards.

Patrick Ewing Jr. - 6'8, 240 - The knock on Ewing Jr. is that he didn't have a stellar college career, but who cares. At least he went to college and received that experience and mental development. He is the same age as Eddy Curry and Curry has been in the league for seven years, and never has lived up to the hype. He is in the rare win/win situation in New York. He is the son of the greatest Knick of all time and they got him for Frederic Wies who has never played a game on this side of the Atlantic.

Danilo Gallinari - 6'8, 210 - The first round (tooth) pick of the Knicks is hurt right now (sounds like a Knicks first round pick to me). So while I live in New York I never get to see (or would care to see) any European games, I honestly have no idea how good he is or how good he can be. The only action I have seen him in is in the Summer League but his jumper looks like it is on point. Rumor has it he might start off in the D-League as we'll so stay tuned....

Dan Grunfeld - Uh, no.

Allan Houston - 6'6, 205 - The Knick great is trying to come back so he can go out on his own terms but is now sidelined with a hurt quad. Hopefully he makes the squad, considering he hasn't played in a few years at all. His main reason for coming back is that he does not want to have his knee injuries force him out. I hope he makes the team, but who's roster spot is he going to take? How wierd would it be if Houston made the team and he was wearing number 14 and not his old number 20?

Jerome James - 7'1, 285 - What can I say about him? I respect the hell out of the guy, I know I shouldn't, but I can not help it. After researching James' life and career I can't help but respect the guy who played Isiah Thomas. Check this out and see why:http://knickscentral.blogspot.com/2008/02/i-wish-i-were.html

Jared Jeffries - 6'11, 240 - One of the worst free agent pick ups in team history was apparently playing well in training camp and was closing in on a starting job. However, now Jeffries is out with a broken leg and we won't be able to see how well Jeffries supposedly fits in D'Antoni's system for at least six weeks. I have been real critical of Jeffries in the past for his terrible play and if anybody has paid attention to the Knicks over his tenure here you would see that this is rightfully so. In his entire Knick career he has looked lost out there but then again Isiah Thomas was the "coach". He was supposed to be a shut down defender in Washington but somehow he comes to New York and players routinely blow by him (but then again Isiah Thomas was his "coach"). I'm willing to give Jeffries a shot at redemption now that he has (one more time) a real coach. It's just too bad he broke his leg and we won't be able to see it for a while.

David Lee - 6'9, 240 - Apparently "Double" Lee will finally get starting minutes which he has more than earned - with last year averaging 10.8 ppg and 8.9 rpg. D-Lee has the ability to win a rebounding title sometime down the road if he stays healthy and stays in the lineup. While he still needs some work on his jumper, Lee has the drive and the desire to improve (that's not a trait you come across easily in today's NBA). Mark my words, Lee will average at least 15 and 12 for the season if he gets his 35-40 minutes a game and his jumper will improve. Can the Knicks just lock this guy up long term already? You aren't going to attract a great free agent in 2010 if you don't have a solid rebounder, hustler and defender on the team already.

Stephon Marbury - 6'2, 205 - I'm not going to waste my valuable time on this bum again so to get my take on Stephon "Me" Marbury click this link and check it out:http://mvn.com/nba-knicks/2008/09/25/stephon-marbury-%e2%80%9cthere-wouldnt-be-no-negotiationtheyre-going-to-give-me-all-my-money%e2%80%9d/

Zach Randolph - 6'9, 260 - Owed a tremendous amount of money on his bloated contract. His contract extends past 2010 so he is still on the block even though an apparent trade to Memphis fell through recently. I like the fact that Mr. Walsh isn't rushing a trade just to ship him out of town, because who knows what big name player may get injured before February's trade deadline. Obviously, an injury will make a team more desperate and maybe the Knicks can pick up some picks or expiring contracts for Randolph. Overall, you can say what you want about "Mr. Doubles" but he'll go out there and get his double doubles whether you like him or not. He has been solid in the preseason and D'Antoni has done nothing but rave about him.

Quentin Richardson - 6'6, 235 - Q-Rich had his second best statistical season under D'Antoni when he was with the Phoenix Suns back in the '04-'05 season. He had his highest 3-point percentage of his career that season at .358 %. The problem with Richardson has never been talent or desire, it has been his inability to stay healthy. If he can stay healthy, look for Richardson to bounce back with a solid year back in the "7 second or less" system.

Anthony Roberson - 6'2, 180 - Who? Yeah exactly....next!!

Nate Robinson - 5'9, 180 - "Nasty" Nate should flourish in this system and it should be fun to watch, because he was born for this type of offense. Robinson finally has a coach that won't stab him in his back and unfairly bench him. Although he probably will never be a "pure" point guard since he is a munchkin, but he can still be an effective player off the bench to instill energy in the Knicks the way a young John Starks used to.

Malik Rose - 6'7, 255 - The classy veteran can still go at it on the boards and defensive side but his age will keep him out of the regular rotation - as usual. It'll still be fun to see Rose mentoring the young guys, basically being an extra assistant coach on the bench.

Final Rant - There has been one curious move made by the Knicks organization since Donnie Walsh has taken over and that is the trade of Renaldo Balkman. They traded Balkman for 2 scrubs on Dallas and then cut the scrubs? Something had to have happend behind closed doors to just cut ties with Renaldo. Balkman has done nothing but produce when he has had a chance and I know he doesn't have the talent to be an All Star. However, his hustle and "his never say die" attitude will be missed by many Knick fans and I wish him well.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Allan Houston's Comeback Attempt Stalls


Allan Houston one of the greatest Knicks of all time was trying for the second straight season to make a comeback from what was thought of as career ending knee surgery. However, Houston vowed to comeback and go out on his "own terms" which is respectable. H20 just couldn't stay healthy throughout training camp getting constant nagging injuries due to old age and not playing for a few years. This might be the end for Houston this season but you can bet he will try to try out next year if the Knicks allow it. A player with the competitive drive of Houston can not just hang 'em up and he has the right to go out on his own terms.
It sucks to say but Houstons time has passed and he should look into announcing or coaching. Maybe Houston can work with Danilo Gallinari and help out his sweet stroke to make it even sweeter....who knows?
Overall I wish H20 the best of luck in the future and I hope he tries and DOES come back next season to make the roster. Although the likely hood of him coming back and making the roster next year are probably slim to none. Sorry Allan but I speak the truth only.

Chandler Sprains Knee

A "mild" sprain will keep Wilson Chandler sidelined for the rest of the preseason. Chandler has turned into a huge bright spot on this Knicks team which has not had many in the past few seasons. He will be available to play in October 29th's regular season opener so no point of worrying about this. What us Knick fans are worried about is Stephon "Me" Marbury having a big role with the team he gave up on.....stay tuned.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

**DNP for Curry**

Eddy Curry was benched for the entire preseason game last night against the Boston Celtics. You might say, "so what it's the preseason" however if your getting benched in the preaseason and Malik Rose and Dan Grunfeld play more then you then you are on the coaches you know what list.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Marbury to Start Tonight's Preseason Game

Stephon "Me" Marbury, Chris Duhon, and Jamal Crawford will be starting tonight at the 1,2 and 3 spots. As for who is playing the 1,2, or 3 spot who knows (I don't have "sources" aka snitches telling me information to make me look smart) we will find out tonight. Now before you panic fellow Knick fans don't worry this is just the preseason there's no way D'Antoni will start "Star"bury when the regular season starts next week. I mean the Knick front office can't do that to us fans again can they? We've suffered enough!!

Monday, October 20, 2008

New York Knicks 2008-2009 Season Preview

First off my predictions

38 wins possible 8th seed in the playoffs if they get lucky. I know I say this every year BUT they have had the talent to finish with 38 wins and now they have a real coach too. The (L)Eastern Conference has gotten better but a team under .500 will still be able to make the post season (and get swept by the Celtics).

Scoring Leader - Jamal Crawford
Assists Leader - Chris Duhon
Rebounding Leader - David Lee
Blocks Leader - David Lee
Steals Leader - Chris Duhon

Player by Player Breakdown


Wilson Chandler - 6'8, 220 - Last year's first round pick has a tremendous upside that was not shown last season because of "coach" Thomas unfairly benching him. He seemingly can dunk it on anyone and has a nice baby jumper as well. With improvement in his defense he will become a solid NBA player that will hang around this league and seems to thrive in the 7 second or less offense. There's nothing but upside with this kid......stay tuned.

Mardy Collins - 6'6, 220 - Has tremendous talent on the defensive side of the ball, yes I meant that, tremendous talent. The only problem with Collins is that he lacks confidence. He plays ball while looking over his shoulder and second-guessing his every move. To his defense he has been playing under a clueless coach and has never been in the regular rotation having only played in 98 games. Up to this point of his career he is only known for one thing and that's taking a sucker punch from Carmelo "Hit and Run" Anthony.

Jamal Crawford - 6'5, 200 - The best pure shooter on this team (that is unless Allan Houston can't complete his comeback) and flat out the best scorer. I've been saying the same thing about him for years. I feel like a broken record that he has to put on some more weight and improve his defense. Coming into last season he definitely bulked up and hustled more on defense but the season was a lost cause considering all the distractions, so improvements were overlooked by many beat writers (or "experts") out there.

Eddy Curry - 6'11, 285 - I've had my fun in the past poking fun at Curry for his weight, his lack of hustle and desire on the court. Also, how he is 6'11", listed as 285 and averages .49 blocks per game for his entire seven year career. However, if you are one of those Knick fans that don't want to wait two years to win some games we are going to need Curry to get into some sort of shape and play back up center to "Double" Lee. The only problem is Curry was out of camp with a bacterial infection, so to nobody's surprise he is out of shape early on in the season. If you've paid attention to Eddy Curry's horrible Knick career you know he was coming into camp out of shape anyway, bacterial infection or not. It looks like Curry is going to have a nice seat next to Jerome James on the bench because he is probably not going to be in the rotation.....FINALLY!!

Chris Duhon - 6'1, 185 - In back up minutes last season Duhon averaged five assists per game. For the Knicks last season the team leader in assists per game was their 2 guard Jamal Crawford and he averaged......five assists per game. Clearly this is an upgrade over last season's "starting" point guard in "Mr. Me" Marbury who averaged 4.7 assists per game. Duhon is a very good pass-first point guard, something the Knicks haven't had in years. However, take it easy on the Steve Nash comparisons. Duhon does not have the talent to win consecutive MVP awards (but of course I would love if he proved me wrong) but then again not many players do have the talent to win consecutive MVP awards.

Patrick Ewing Jr. - 6'8, 240 - The knock on Ewing Jr. is that he didn't have a stellar college career, but who cares. At least he went to college and received that experience and mental development. He is the same age as Eddy Curry and Curry has been in the league for seven years, and never has lived up to the hype. He is in the rare win/win situation in New York. He is the son of the greatest Knick of all time and they got him for Frederic Wies who has never played a game on this side of the Atlantic.

Danilo Gallinari - 6'8, 210 - The first round (tooth) pick of the Knicks is hurt right now (sounds like a Knicks first round pick to me). So while I live in New York I never get to see (or would care to see) any European games, I honestly have no idea how good he is or how good he can be. The only action I have seen him in is in the Summer League but his jumper looks like it is on point. Rumor has it he might start off in the D-League as we'll so stay tuned....

Dan Grunfeld - Uh, no.

Allan Houston - 6'6, 205 - The Knick great is trying to come back so he can go out on his own terms but is now sidelined with a hurt quad. Hopefully he makes the squad, considering he hasn't played in a few years at all. His main reason for coming back is that he does not want to have his knee injuries force him out. I hope he makes the team, but who's roster spot is he going to take? How wierd would it be if Houston made the team and he was wearing number 14 and not his old number 20?

Jerome James - 7'1, 285 - What can I say about him? I respect the hell out of the guy, I know I shouldn't, but I can not help it. After researching James' life and career I can't help but respect the guy who played Isiah Thomas. Check this out and see why:http://knickscentral.blogspot.com/2008/02/i-wish-i-were.html

Jared Jeffries - 6'11, 240 - One of the worst free agent pick ups in team history was apparently playing well in training camp and was closing in on a starting job. However, now Jeffries is out with a broken leg and we won't be able to see how well Jeffries supposedly fits in D'Antoni's system for at least six weeks. I have been real critical of Jeffries in the past for his terrible play and if anybody has paid attention to the Knicks over his tenure here you would see that this is rightfully so. In his entire Knick career he has looked lost out there but then again Isiah Thomas was the "coach". He was supposed to be a shut down defender in Washington but somehow he comes to New York and players routinely blow by him (but then again Isiah Thomas was his "coach"). I'm willing to give Jeffries a shot at redemption now that he has (one more time) a real coach. It's just too bad he broke his leg and we won't be able to see it for a while.

David Lee - 6'9, 240 - Apparently "Double" Lee will finally get starting minutes which he has more than earned - with last year averaging 10.8 ppg and 8.9 rpg. D-Lee has the ability to win a rebounding title sometime down the road if he stays healthy and stays in the lineup. While he still needs some work on his jumper, Lee has the drive and the desire to improve (that's not a trait you come across easily in today's NBA). Mark my words, Lee will average at least 15 and 12 for the season if he gets his 35-40 minutes a game and his jumper will improve. Can the Knicks just lock this guy up long term already? You aren't going to attract a great free agent in 2010 if you don't have a solid rebounder, hustler and defender on the team already.

Stephon Marbury - 6'2, 205 - I'm not going to waste my valuable time on this bum again so to get my take on Stephon "Me" Marbury click this link and check it out:http://mvn.com/nba-knicks/2008/09/25/stephon-marbury-%e2%80%9cthere-wouldnt-be-no-negotiationtheyre-going-to-give-me-all-my-money%e2%80%9d/

Zach Randolph - 6'9, 260 - Owed a tremendous amount of money on his bloated contract. His contract extends past 2010 so he is still on the block even though an apparent trade to Memphis fell through recently. I like the fact that Mr. Walsh isn't rushing a trade just to ship him out of town, because who knows what big name player may get injured before February's trade deadline. Obviously, an injury will make a team more desperate and maybe the Knicks can pick up some picks or expiring contracts for Randolph. Overall, you can say what you want about "Mr. Doubles" but he'll go out there and get his double doubles whether you like him or not. He has been solid in the preseason and D'Antoni has done nothing but rave about him.

Quentin Richardson - 6'6, 235 - Q-Rich had his second best statistical season under D'Antoni when he was with the Phoenix Suns back in the '04-'05 season. He had his highest 3-point percentage of his career that season at .358 %. The problem with Richardson has never been talent or desire, it has been his inability to stay healthy. If he can stay healthy, look for Richardson to bounce back with a solid year back in the "7 second or less" system.

Anthony Roberson - 6'2, 180 - Who? Yeah exactly....next!!

Nate Robinson - 5'9, 180 - "Nasty" Nate should flourish in this system and it should be fun to watch, because he was born for this type of offense. Robinson finally has a coach that won't stab him in his back and unfairly bench him. Although he probably will never be a "pure" point guard since he is a munchkin, but he can still be an effective player off the bench to instill energy in the Knicks the way a young John Starks used to.

Malik Rose - 6'7, 255 - The classy veteran can still go at it on the boards and defensive side but his age will keep him out of the regular rotation - as usual. It'll still be fun to see Rose mentoring the young guys, basically being an extra assistant coach on the bench.


Final Rant - There has been one curious move made by the Knicks organization since Donnie Walsh has taken over and that is the trade of Renaldo Balkman. They traded Balkman for 2 scrubs on Dallas and then cut the scrubs? Something had to have happend behind closed doors to just cut ties with Renaldo. Balkman has done nothing but produce when he has had a chance and I know he doesn't have the talent to be an All Star. However, his hustle and "his never say die" attitude will be missed by many Knick fans and I wish him well.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Not a Meaningless Win



Yeah so the Knicks look good in beating the NBA Champs 104-97 and it was very nice to see. So lets not get to crazy it was a "meaningless" game because it doesn’t mean anything. However, coming off the worst 4-5 years in this franchises history a win is great and helps out the team’s mental psyche tremendously. Wilson Chandler looked great, Chris Duhon was looking like the point guard they hoped he was, and Patrick Ewing Jr. looked like he can be something special. Yeah I know it’s the preseason but come on you have to admit it was nice to see the Knicks play like in the words of Clyde a "cohesive unit".



Season Preview coming Monday on http://www.mvn.com/nba-knicks
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