ejs78 wrote:Finally a KP post up
That was probably the highlight of the game for me. He had a couple of ones.
Absinthe wrote:This is all on coaching. This team has repeatedly played up against good teams and played down against bad teams. A loss at home against the Knicks is inexcusable.
I was expecting a let down game vs Cavs. They actually played great that game. Then lay two eggs at home. Should have lost vs Magic and somehow were able to lose against that train-wreck that is this currents Knicks team.
It's just hard to understand how they play horribly. Somehow get back in the game. Take the lead. And then revert back to terrible decision making. They were playing the lowest iq team in the league. And the other night they were playing an inept offensive team. So there is no excuse for such poor execution and a total inability to take command of the flow of the game.
I was quite intrigued as to how Seth Curry didn't even put a shot up... all the while THJ had 15.
Also, one just has to remember exactly one year ago, the Mavs were heavy favorites at home and also lost to the Knicks. New York Knicks at Dallas Mavericks 118 - 106 , November 2 2018
Teffer10 wrote:Where in the hell is Boban?
Knicks don't have anybody that could guard him.
Oh yeah, the whole damn matchup thing where we have to adjust our lineup with the 1-7 team.
The other night he put Barea in to give a spark. So it's not like he isn't watching or 'reacting'... and it's curious how Boban didn't play. Then got some burn. Now inactive again. In some ways, he actually needs to narrow down his rotation, but in games such as the one yesterday, yeah, it feels natural to react to what you're seeing and get something different out there.
Imon wrote:Yo, when did Morris and Ntilikina turn into the splash brothers?
It was comical.
And then every bounce went to them in the 4th quarter. The basketball gods just punished this team for their terrible play.