To keep Dwight Howard, the Lakers will have to sell him on a vision for 2014 and beyond. As a result, if championships are his goal, the Rockets are the safer bet for a whole host of reasons. Read More. Written by Jonathan Tjarks on May 23, 2013
Gregory151 wrote:Iman Shumpert @I_Am_Iman They won their two at home...now we comin back to the Garden to get our two!!! #NYKAllday #Knickstape #chuuuch
Iman Shumpert @I_Am_Iman I already kno the Garden gon be nuts come Thursday!!! Belieeee dat!!!
Man, I love Shump
You gotta love shump! The one Knick that makes me want to root no matter what the situation. I know for a fact he went over the top and popped that knee- man that's a bad break... No need to tell Shump to stay strong and come back stronger because I know he will.
I'm going to have to force myself to try and watch this.
I had low IQ, sloppy, one-dimensional, ineffective offense, and low IQ, lazy, slow, disinterest, poor executing defense.
The lost of Shumpert and Lin has made this team much MUCH less watchable for me. Tyson Chandler can't do it alone.
Carmelo is a playoff loser. But at least Baron Davis has stepped up his game. He's the only Knicks player who has stepped his game up (also Shumpert when he was playing). Shumpert bring 100x the defensive leadership that Anthony & Stoudemire bring.
KnicksScholar24 wrote: This is a sham of a roster building around an inefficient chucker who has never won anything at the NBA level.
They have no chance at getting past Boston or Indiana, and definitely not the Bulls or the Heat.
We need Novak and Smith to feel it from 3 point land at home, feeling comfortable and confident like when we dominated the Celtics, and Melo to put up a triple double-type performance again.
Just win the game and maybe the team can rally around Amare's stupidty nd be better for it Blessing in disguise as we will play better team defense, ball movement and rebounding without him. Give the fans a moment, Knicks.