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How I view the East

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Post#1 How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:58 pm by KingzAndQueenz

Miami at the top with King James at the throne kind of like MCP from Tron.

Nets and Knicks are forced to battle each other mindlessly to the death knowing they have no hope of ever reaching the top.
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Post#2 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:00 pm by LoneyROY

KingzAndQueenz wrote:Miami at the top with King James at the throne kind of like MCP from Tron.

Nets and Knicks are forced to battle each other mindlessly to the death knowing they have no hope of ever reaching the top.


And meanwhile, those Knicks have utterly humiliated the Miami Heat in both games this season.
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Post#3 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:01 pm by NJ_YANKEE_45

Sit your behind down. The Knicks are here and they ain't losing to Miami without a fight
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Post#4 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:01 pm by mirrornick

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Post#5 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:01 pm by GnarlesOakley

The Knicks are better than the Heat.
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Post#6 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:01 pm by osamu

Knicks can potentially be better with Amare/Shump coming back. But who knows if J.Kidd cools off by then, the guy is deadlier then Ray
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Post#7 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:02 pm by Ettorefm

There are tons of threads for discussion. No need to create another thread just to say what you think about every issue
nhh90 wrote:I hoenstly don't know if melo is better than gallinari on that contract.
I feel like he will give you 18 pts-20 pts vs. 23-25 pts next year on 57 ts% instead of 54%. He also costs 10 million dollars less. So it is a wash.
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Post#8 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:02 pm by osamu

Knick fans should talk some notes from the Bulls about regular season victories. They mean *** playoff time
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Post#9 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:03 pm by twinthunder3

LoneyROY wrote:
KingzAndQueenz wrote:Miami at the top with King James at the throne kind of like MCP from Tron.

Nets and Knicks are forced to battle each other mindlessly to the death knowing they have no hope of ever reaching the top.


And meanwhile, those Knicks have utterly humiliated the Miami Heat in both games this season.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: King James about to be dethroned.
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Post#10 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:05 pm by NJ_YANKEE_45

osamu wrote:Knick fans should talk some notes from the Bulls about regular season victories. They mean *** playoff time


The Knicks don't exactly live and die on exactly one player
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Post#11 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:05 pm by High0ctane21

Terrible thread
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Post#12 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:05 pm by LoneyROY

osamu wrote:Knick fans should talk some notes from the Bulls about regular season victories. They mean *** playoff time


That Bulls' team couldn't be any more different then this Knicks' squad.
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Post#13 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:08 pm by GnarlesOakley

osamu wrote:Knick fans should talk some notes from the Bulls about regular season victories. They mean *** playoff time


Point taken if Melo tears his ACL.
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Post#14 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:17 pm by KingzAndQueenz

GnarlesOakley wrote:
osamu wrote:Knick fans should talk some notes from the Bulls about regular season victories. They mean *** playoff time


Point taken if Melo tears his ACL.


don't jinx it man..i'd cry if that happened
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Post#15 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:21 pm by Bertrob

Hey man I'd love to hear your opinion about the rest of the east!
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Post#16 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:24 pm by nykballa2k4

GnarlesOakley wrote:
osamu wrote:Knick fans should talk some notes from the Bulls about regular season victories. They mean *** playoff time


Point taken if Melo tears his ACL.


Knicks would never be able to beat a healthy Miami team w/o Melo... oh wait...

But jokes aside, goal #1 division. That's all we are focused on. Go team!
There is no asterisk on ANY N.B.A. titles.

Numbers don't lie, people who use them do
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Post#17 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:25 pm by Im Coming Home

twinthunder3 wrote:
LoneyROY wrote:
KingzAndQueenz wrote:Miami at the top with King James at the throne kind of like MCP from Tron.

Nets and Knicks are forced to battle each other mindlessly to the death knowing they have no hope of ever reaching the top.


And meanwhile, those Knicks have utterly humiliated the Miami Heat in both games this season.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: King James about to be dethroned.

KING MELO IS HERE B*TCHES!
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Post#18 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:25 pm by KingzAndQueenz

bertrob wrote:Hey man I'd love to hear your opinion about the rest of the east!


The only team I fear is the Wizards. Once John Wall is back, the East is done. Guaranteed contenders.
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Post#19 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:27 pm by I_Socrates

twinthunder3 wrote:
LoneyROY wrote:
KingzAndQueenz wrote:Miami at the top with King James at the throne kind of like MCP from Tron.

Nets and Knicks are forced to battle each other mindlessly to the death knowing they have no hope of ever reaching the top.


And meanwhile, those Knicks have utterly humiliated the Miami Heat in both games this season.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: King James about to be dethroned.


Relax, and remember the last time another team was atop the East as the number 1 seed and beat the Heat in some regular season games... guess what happened to them come the playoffs?

Regular season means absolutely NOTHING. First game, the Miami Heat didn't even want to play... they came out and said it. After the disaster, they felt it wasn't right to even be thinking about playing so they just gave that one away.

The second game was a great win for the Knicks, but the Heat were playing 'down' to their competition as people like to call it; after they saw Melo wasn't going to be there, they went into cruise control as they have numerous times this season. Wizards, Cavs, Spurs minus their starters - it has been quite evident that the Heat are already picking their battles in terms of who they want to play all out against and such.

You can say I'm making excuses, but in reality, the regular season means absolute diddly. It's probably going to be a Miami/NY ECF, so let's re-hash more then, but I can pretty much say that the Knicks have no chance of beating the Heat in a 7 game series, barring LeBron becoming a choke artist again.
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Post#20 Re: How I view the East
Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:44 pm by NYK_89

I_Socrates wrote:
twinthunder3 wrote:
LoneyROY wrote:[quote="KingzAndQueenz"]Miami at the top with King James at the throne kind of like MCP from Tron.

Nets and Knicks are forced to battle each other mindlessly to the death knowing they have no hope of ever reaching the top.


And meanwhile, those Knicks have utterly humiliated the Miami Heat in both games this season.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: King James about to be dethroned.


Relax, and remember the last time another team was atop the East as the number 1 seed and beat the Heat in some regular season games... guess what happened to them come the playoffs?

Regular season means absolutely NOTHING. First game, the Miami Heat didn't even want to play... they came out and said it. After the disaster, they felt it wasn't right to even be thinking about playing so they just gave that one away.

The second game was a great win for the Knicks, but the Heat were playing 'down' to their competition as people like to call it; after they saw Melo wasn't going to be there, they went into cruise control as they have numerous times this season. Wizards, Cavs, Spurs minus their starters - it has been quite evident that the Heat are already picking their battles in terms of who they want to play all out against and such.

You can say I'm making excuses, but in reality, the regular season means absolute diddly. It's probably going to be a Miami/NY ECF, so let's re-hash more then, but I can pretty much say that the Knicks have no chance of beating the Heat in a 7 game series, barring LeBron becoming a choke artist again.[/quote]


Lol again with the they threw the game **** didn't the second game teach you anything....
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