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This already trying season for the Knicks could soon get worse, turning it into a countdown to the draft lottery. After playing host to the San Antonio Spurs tonight at Madison Square Garden, the Knicks begin their most challenging stretch of the season, when they play 18 games in 31 days during January.
It is a staggering timetable in which the Knicks will have only one two-day break the entire month. Otherwise, they will play every other day or on back-to-back days.
Coach Don Chaney believes January will be the defining portion of the season, determining whether the Knicks will make a run at a playoff spot or prove to be a candidate for the LeBron James sweepstakes. Despite being 9-17, they are just two and a half games out of the eighth and final berth in the Eastern Conference.
these guys still hope for a playoff spot? :lol:
all this asside, i must agree with don chaney, this will be a nightmare month (if he wants the po 2), but could also be an opportunity to lose games, and get closer to a better draft!!
i think the toronto win has somehow made this january month a little bit softer
and the playoffs? i think we got some small chances but worthless
we are in a rebuilding stage! this can be our opportunity to lose games, but it looks like we cannot take advantage of it
i think that if we make the playoffs, we can beat Indiana!!
we proved it last night!
Knicks 89, TrailBlazers 92
i belive this defeat was like a cold shower to me
jordan did his game once again
Knicks 84, wizards 89
saw last night some parts form the game
we could won it!!
but othella blew it, and so did allan
we're just losing our concentration in the 4th :evil: