The Eastern Conference showdown is set, the teams are ready, but didn’t we all think it would be the Knicks and Heat and not the Pacers and the Heat? I’m glad it’s the Pacers to be honest. They provide a better game and match up for the defending champions. The Knicks are just a flashy name with no substance. The Heat would have swept them, easily, but the Pacers won’t be that easy. Read the rest of this entry »
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Leave it up to New York’s director Spike Lee to make a video introducing the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets series. My personal opinion, Spike’s a good director, but I feel like someone else could have did the acting.
Anyway..here’s the vid
Yes…another “dead broke” story about an athlete.
According to JR Smith’s dad, the youngster is broke and needs to stay in New York and take whatever they give him.
Smith has mad about $25 million in his 8 year career, and $3 million in China. But somehow someway, he’s broke. Go figure.
Maybe..just maybe if he would have bought some land instead of all those shoes, he would be a little better off financially.
Check out the “Calls of the 1st Round” by Mike Inglis and Jon Crotty, the radio voices of the Miami Heat and edited by our friend @brendan_tobin. Great Job B!
I’m not going to bash on the Knicks all though it would be fun to right now. But the situation in New York really and truly is sad.
It’s crazy how a month ago, the rave of the NBA and the world was a young point guard from Harvard who was stealing the NBA spotlight from mega stars like Wade, James, and Rose. A month ago Mike D’Antoni went from sitting on a hot seat to damn near coach of the month. And a month ago we were wondering if when a certain superstar for the Knicks returned to active duty wouldn’t mess up the winning ways they were on.
And now this;
Carmelo Anthony’s discontent with the Knicks organization became so severe after Monday night’s loss to the Bulls, he told a confidant he preferred to be traded before Thursday’s NBA deadline, The Post has learned.
I think it’s safe to say that there will not be a trade before Thursday. But is it safe to say that D’Antoni is back on the hot seat and will more than likely be gone either before the end of the season or right after? I think so. This isnt what the Knicks need right now.
And Carmelo. Dude isn’t looking good right now. You pouted your way outta Denver and now because things are going rough in New York you want a trade or want the coach fired? (supposedly). Not a good look.
Now the plot thickens and things get interesting.
It will be the first time that Carmelo Anthony, Amare Stoudemire and Jeremy Lin will play together since February 4th against the Nets when Anthony played all but 6 minutes before leaving with his groin injury. Since Stoudemire’s return from his bereavement, he has developed some on court chemistry with Lin.
Now comes Melo. And questions will remain around his play with Jeremy Lin. It’s a legitimate question and one that should not go un asked. Will Lin-sanity continue to reign in New York? Or will Carmelo-ism take over and crush the Lin empire?
We’ll see tonight!
The running joke here in Miami around the Miami Heat is that Eddy Curry is fat. Eddy Curry is lazy. What does Eddy Curry bring your team?
The Notorious B.I.G. use to ask, “Where Brooklyn at?” and looking at these Eastern Conference standings I have to ask the same thing. As a matter of fact where the Knicks or Bulls at for that matter? The Pacers aside, the Heat lack competition in the east. If the playoffs where to start today, Washington, Toronto and the Bobcats would be in. Brooklyn and the Knicks not so much so. Weren’t the Nets and the Knicks expected to be the ones chomping on the heels of the Heat in the standings? Read the rest of this entry »
When the Miami Heat let if fly earlier this week and amnestied Mike Miller it wasn’t a total shock to some. Releasing Mike Miller was just the first domino to fall. During and after this upcoming season there will be more to fall mostly due to in part the new CBA kicking into effect for the 2014-15 season. To all the fans bristling at the speculation that the Big 3 could be disbanded and Lebron possibly going elsewhere, it is more than a wishful thinking. The era of having 3 max players or even 2 max players is over. Read the rest of this entry »