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Knicks’ Passing in Game 3 of Knicks v Pacers

May 14, 20131 Comment

The New York Knicks can be a devastating offensive team with explosive play from both Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith. They can also be a team that struggles on offense, as was the case in Game 3 of their second round series against the Pacers. The Knicks scored 71 points and failed to score 20 […]

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NBA Playoffs 2013: Defending Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, and Kevin Durant

April 29, 20130 Comments

Watch how these playoff teams opted to contain the top 3 scorers in the league and how they were talented enough to overcome the defense. Make no mistake, the Oklahoma City Thunder, New York Knicks, and Miami Heat overwhelm their opponents with sheer athletic talent. As the teams get better deeper in the playoffs, these […]

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Knicks at Celtics In Game Breakdown

March 27, 20130 Comments

View as slideshow BBALLBREAKDOWN@bballSource @JayD1881 YES! I have an agenda – I will criticize players who don’t play with fundamentals. Tue, Mar 26 2013 18:35:37 ReplyRetweetFavorite BBALLBREAKDOWN@bballSource At this point, you have to ask why Melo is still in the game… other than stat padding… Tue, Mar 26 2013 18:35:07 ReplyRetweetFavorite BBALLBREAKDOWN@bballSource Don’t miss our […]

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2012-13 Eastern Conference Mid-Season Report Card

February 18, 20131 Comment

Eastern Conference Mid-Season Report Card (by playoff seeding)Miami Heat Mid-Season Grade: B+ Record & Conference Standing: 36-14, 1st The Good: LeBron James has been playing at an all time great level, elevating Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade to career high field goal percentages. The Bad: Some bad losses to top Eastern Conference opponents: 1-6 against […]

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Knicks at Pacers – Paul George Takes A Bite Out of the Big Apple

January 14, 20131 Comment

The short-handed New York Knicks lost to the Indiana Pacers in a game that was close throughout much of the game. In the end, the game showcased the Pacers tough defense and the offensive limitations of the Knicks, who were playing without a suspended Carmelo Anthony (see: Honey Nut Cheerios). The contest was decided during […]

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Rockets at Knicks: Jeremy Lin & James Harden Doin’ Work

December 19, 20124 Comments

In his (triumphant) return to New York and Madison Square Garden, Jeremy Lin scored 22 points and had 8 assists as the Houston Rockets soundly beat the New York Knicks 109-96. Lin and James Harden (28 points, 10 rebounds) continually attacked the Knicks’ defense using good ball movement, but also took advantage of hurried 3 […]

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New York Knicks at Memphis Grizzlies: The Knicks And Their Knuckleheads

November 18, 201214 Comments

Being a general manager for an NBA team must suck balls. I use that phrase literally, since that is the trade they ply in, of course. But the point remains: How do you put together a team of misfits that are magically supposed to get along, unite under a common goal, contribute in very different […]

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2012-13 NBA Team Previews: Atlantic Division

October 29, 20120 Comments

2012-13 Atlantic Division Preview (by expected order of finish)  Boston Celtics 2011-12 Record & Division Standing: 39-27 (1st) Key Off-Season Additions: Jason Terry, Jared Sullinger, Courtney Lee, Leandro Barbosa and Darko Milicic Key Off-Season Losses: Ray Allen, Greg Stiemsma, Marquis Daniels and Keyon Dooling Outlook: The Celtics are still the best team in their division […]

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