Greetings all! In honor of the Knicks winning ten of their last eleven games, here’s ten Knick links, and one non – Knick link, to keep you ocupied on an off day.
Hey, stick with what works. 10 out of 11 teams say use this lineup (…or is it the other way around)
Has anyone ever tried to sell an MVP candidate on the amount of weekly/monthly awards they recieved? In all my years, I’ve never heard of this argument being made. Knicks might be able to make it with two players this year. First is Amar’e, obviously. He’s been the most impressive/impactful free agent from 2010 and it’s not that close, yet (I still think Lebron and co turn it around). Second is Landry Fields for ROY. This is an extreemly tough sell because of Blake Griffen, but if he keeps leading NBA GUARDS in rebounds and wins a bunch more ROW (Rook of week) awards, you could have the coversation.
Of all the things about the recent streak, the road wins are by far the most impressive. One of the true measures of how good a team is is how they play on the road. The Knicks have passed that test. They also have a roadie with Washington on Friday. Incredably winnable.
He is, by far, the best free agent pick up to this point. Raymond Felton isn’t that far behind either, to be honest.
Not to be a homer (I despise and mock homer jornalism), but when’s the Knicks next loss? You’d have to say this team has two more wins in them before Sunday against Denver when the schedule gets brutal. Even Denver should scare the Knicks less then Boston, or Miami, or OKC (all played before Christmas. Ouch).
and the 11th link
Dallas vs Golden State. Dallas also has a little streak going.
As for me, I’ll be spending the non – Knicks Tuesday watching College Basketball from the Garden with a little Nets/Hawks thrown in.
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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