Monthly Archives: March 2011

Knicks Defense Improving

There has been a lot of hand-wringing about how poor the Knicks defense is and how Coach D’Antoni is not equipped to coach defense.  However, as two well-written (and timely) posts have pointed out, the Knicks defense has improved since … Continue reading

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Mike D’Antoni Quote of the Day

Coach D’Antoni on Jared Jeffries (via ESPN NY): “He’s a very good defensive player, he moves the ball, he understands what we want done, he gives us that multiple possessions on the offensive rebounding, tapping balls out. He’s just an … Continue reading

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Toney Douglas Makes Hollinger’s All-2012 Team

I’ve been thinking about Toney Douglas a lot lately. He seems to have become an “X-Factor” of sorts for your New York Knicks. Especially in the last few games sans Billups, as goes Toney, so go the Knicks. Personally, I … Continue reading

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Go Small, Young Man

The victory over the Heat was huge, but it was the result of going small. The Knicks started the game with a small lineup of Chauncey Billups, Landry Fields, Carmelo Anthony, Shawne Williams, and Amar’e Stoudemire. Things didn’t start off … Continue reading

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What the Heat Victory Means

The Knicks are turning me into a crazy person, just ask my girlfriend (who is also a huge Knicks fan.) Ask her how many times throughout the course of the day I’ll look at her and say “Man, I cannot … Continue reading

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