I almost never say this, but thank goodness the Knicks aren’t on tonight. I mean, any NBA fans who won’t be glued to TNT tonight for Cavs/Heat. Game of the year so far, for sure. I’ll be fascinated to see the kind of ratings this game gets. I think we’re looking at historical television numbers in terms of regular season NBA on cable, especially because it’s the only game being played during that time slot.
What’s even more interesting is how Lebron will handle it all. He hasn’t exactly said anything to indicate that he isn’t scared out of his shoes about going back to his former home. Would it be incredibly shocking if James was terrible tonight? I don’t think so
Now, for the links….
This doesn’t seem as much an interview as it is an analysis of two “nothing quotes”, but it’s worth a browse. I wouldn’t take too much out of it though.
I think this is true of a lot of superstars, not just Amar’e. I believe Lebron didn’t want to leave Cleevland. But, more then that, he didn’t want to stay there by himself. That, and that alone, was the deciding factor.
I said on my radio show last night that there were three reasons the Knicks have played so much better the the last two weeks of the year then they did in the first two – 3. Winning home games 2. Gallo’s been a little more consistent and hitting big shots 1. RAYMOND FELTON….
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Written by Jordan Lauterbach
Jordan Lauterbach began his career in sports media when he was just 15 years old at WKWZ - Syosset. He hosted a sports talk show for nearly four years before moving on to WCWP - Brookville in 2006. Lauterbach currently hosts a sports talk show every Wednesday night from 9pm - midnight (eastern) and a College Football talk show on Saturday mornings from 11am - 12:30 (eastern) (can be heard online at wcwpsports.com and on Long Island on 88.1fm). Follow me on twiiter: jlauterbach1