Your Knicks Postgame Entertainment

Any post game I write tonight would be composed solely of gibberish due to my frustration with this f*$%@#! team. Therefore, I will provide Knicks fans with something else to watch while I think of something I can write in English.

Tonight, I bring you 3 great videos. Here we have the radar scene from Spaceballs, Willie Beamen’s music video and the emotional speech from Brian’s Song. Enjoy

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Knicks-Spurs: What to Watch For

The Knicks sucked last night and now they play in San Antonio on a back to back. Great.

Tyson Chandler and Jared Jeffries, the two best front court defenders on the team, will sit out tonights game with injuries. Iman Shumpert will start for Landry Fields, probably in an attempt to slow down Tony Parker. The Knicks come into tonights game only 3 games up on the Milwaukee Bucks for the 8th seed. The Knicks play Milwaukee on Friday and the schedule only gets harder after that. The Knicks need to start winning games. At 18-20, they cannot afford to keep losing or else they may find themselves out of the playoff picture. This is a big game for the Knicks and they will need to provide far better effort than they did last night in Dallas. Continue reading

Notes From the Knicks 95-85 Loss to Dallas

Before I get into the game recap, let me say this. Carmelo Anthony’s performance on all levels was unacceptable tonight. He was awful, shooting 2/12, and his antics and body language reminded me of one Stephon Marbury. Yes, Carmelo Anthony was Marbury-esque tonight which is a horrible sign for Knicks fans. I will elaborate on this later.

In terms of the game, I thought the Knicks played very poorly. Offensively, they never found a great rhythm. The aforementioned Anthony was 2/12 shooting and the trio of Baron Davis, JR Smith and Jeremy Lin combined to shoot 8/28 on the night. As a team, the Bockers shot 38.1% and shot a dreadful 65.2% at the free throw line. One of the lone bright spots offensively was Amar’e Stoudemire who scored 26 points on 10/18 shooting. More on him later.

The Knicks did do a good job defensively, especially in the second half, holding Dallas to 38.8% shooting. As always, Chandler played a nice defensive game and Josh Harrellson added some much needed energy in the second half. The defense was strong but could not get stops late in the game as Dallas pulled away in the final minutes. Continue reading