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Re: I love our YUTES... 

Post#161 » by DrCoach » Tue Aug 13, 2019 2:14 pm

HerSports85 wrote:
DrCoach wrote:Randle is gonna be LeBron - Lite

There, I said it.


Not that far fetched. I actually agree


Randle
21.4pts 8.7reb 3.1 assts 52%fg 34% 3pt

James
27.4pts 8.5rebs 8.3 assts 51%fg 34%3pt
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Post#162 » by KnicksGod » Tue Aug 13, 2019 2:37 pm

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aq_ua wrote:
Ray Williams wrote:
Knox can box
With a fox
With shoes and no socks

Knox can box with a Fox
With shoes and no socks
We follow him like flocks
And hang on dearly to jocks


Knox can box with a Fox
With shoes and no socks
We follow him like flocks
And hang on dearly to jocks
In hopes to be a triple threat like the LOX
Support Knox or kick rocks


Knox can box
An orange fox

On D no locks
Few blocks

On O opportunity knocks
He’s fully stocked
A building block

Don’t like him?
What a crock

Knox can box
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Post#163 » by thebuzzardman » Thu Aug 15, 2019 12:20 pm

Fiz N' Knox

"We'll find something new to do, you'll play some D for a minute or two"

"Please, sir. I don't like this trick, sir.
My feet are not that quick or slick, sir.
I get all those steals and blocks, sir,
mixed up with the drives and shots, sir.
I can't do it, Mr. Fiz, sir.

I'm so sorry, Mr. Knox, sir.

Here's an easy game to play.
Keep what you kill, I like it that way....

New shots.
Two shots.
What shots?
three shots.

Who takes those shots?
Knox takes those shots

Who sees who took all those shots?
We see Knox take all those shots
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Post#164 » by thebuzzardman » Thu Aug 15, 2019 12:24 pm

"When Portis battles Morris with a Randle in a battle, you get a Portis Morris Randle Battle"
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Post#165 » by aq_ua » Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:08 pm

thebuzzardman wrote:Fiz N' Knox

"We'll find something new to do, you'll play some D for a minute or two"

"Please, sir. I don't like this trick, sir.
My feet are not that quick or slick, sir.
I get all those steals and blocks, sir,
mixed up with the drives and shots, sir.
I can't do it, Mr. Fiz, sir.

I'm so sorry, Mr. Knox, sir.

Here's an easy game to play.
Keep what you kill, I like it that way....

New shots.
Two shots.
What shots?
three shots.

Who takes those shots?
Knox takes those shots

Who sees who took all those shots?
We see Knox take all those shots

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Re: I love our YUTES... 

Post#166 » by Fat Kat » Yesterday 1:37 am

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Re: I love our YUTES... 

Post#167 » by malik959 » Yesterday 2:07 am

Take that for data
slamming on them while serving heads on platters,
putting that hush on Nets fans while were climbing a historical ladder.
Letting the youth play so they could only get better,
only get wetter
A master mind teaching youth to Drop dimes,
No worries of a 7footer dropping...dimes.
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Post#168 » by RHODEY » Yesterday 5:08 am

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Building chemistry as soon as possible is key, especially for the YUTES.
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Post#169 » by Da_Mane_Man » Yesterday 7:39 am

Is it even a hot take to say Iggy is gonna the best of those 3 when it's all said and done?
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Post#170 » by RHODEY » Yesterday 9:38 am

Da_Mane_Man wrote:Is it even a hot take to say Iggy is gonna the best of those 3 when it's all said and done?


Your guess is as good as mine.
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Post#171 » by thebuzzardman » Yesterday 12:48 pm

Da_Mane_Man wrote:Is it even a hot take to say Iggy is gonna the best of those 3 when it's all said and done?


Which 3? Iggy\RJ\Knox?

Interesting point. Iggy seems to have a very similar game to RJ at the same age, only a more refined version of it.
Down to the left hand and everything

RJ seems to have more ceiling based on athleticism - lets consider them both pretty heady, smart players.

Also, I think we have to assume RJ is just better because he was allowed to have such a high usage rate where Iggy didn't. Not that Iggy didn't get to play etc, just I'd assume college coaches don't do this "just because"

I think it was brilliant for the Knicks to get Iggy as a guy who RJ is familiar with, friends with, has played with for Team Canada, so they've come from the same system and then are stylistically similar, so they can learn and grow together.
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Post#172 » by thebuzzardman » Yesterday 2:37 pm

Iggy plays a lot like RJ would if RJ had a right hand. It's another reason why it's good to have both of them. They'll learn off each other, as I'm sure they already have. If only RJ took those right hand dribbling lessons to heart like Iggy did.

Both strong, methodical, aggressive, creative driving to the hoop, looking to absorb contact and make the shot. Iggy is further along because he's basically ambidextrous.
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Post#173 » by Fat Kat » Yesterday 4:36 pm

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Post#174 » by Zenzibar » Yesterday 5:18 pm

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Morris talking that sht, lol love it!
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Post#175 » by KnicksGod » Yesterday 9:55 pm

RHODEY wrote:
Da_Mane_Man wrote:Is it even a hot take to say Iggy is gonna the best of those 3 when it's all said and done?


Your guess is as good as mine.


Yep guesswork. Some questions with RJ that need to be tested but skilled and big. Not a major athlete or bubbling with talent but you like the heart and the head.
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