Knicks come through again, even when the team struggles scoring the Knicks find a way. The dynamic duo take over the game and lead the team to victory.
Felton and Stoudemire are the best duo in the NBA.
WOW stat is just straight ballin' right now no one can stop him and no one can guard this guy right now. BEAST MODE!
Felton, theres nothing more i could say about him, he's amazing everything we could have needed and more providing confidence, leadership, poise, toughness, defense and all at the PG. incredible, D'antoni has unleashed this guys full potential. if he doesnt make the all-star game im boycotting all the weekend festivities.
bring on the C's and Heat. we could take em
as i said at the start of the thread, one to the next one :cool:
damn i love the knicks.
Damn nice thread ..
I didn't get to see the game but I did see the highlights, and I'm glad our team showed that resiliency to stay in the game once again. I saw that we were down by 10 at one point, but I didn't feel like we had lost this one. Last year I would of been like "**** it, we're done", but not this season :)
Anyway, great game by our two soon to be allstars (amare and felton.) Hopefully these victories will give us the swagger we need to succeed against the elite teams that we will be facing next week. Go Knicks!!!
Awesome game, amazing finish!
Amar'e and Felton...wow. I was hoping Amar'e would reach the 30 point mark in the fourth quarter...and he got 34.
I had chills when The Garden was chanting MVP.
What a fantastic finish. Had the guys crowded around at work watching the end with me. Haven't seen a Knick buzzer beater knock around the rim like that since Alan Houston's "shot heard round the world" against the Heat in the playoffs some years ago.
platinum thread :shock2:
NOt the greatest last-second shot. We still can't design a play in the pinch... But maybe our lcuk is turning around for us.
TEAM has really taken advantage of the schedule, and kudos to them for picking themselves up after the 3-8 start. 11-1 erases that. One more win puts them at 15-9!
15-9 is exactly what the Knicks need as they head into the meat of their schedule. Heck, go like 13-20 and we're still good to go.
BEAT WASH, who will be without Wall.
Hey, we might have been 18-6 had we not blown 2 leads and one another game at home or something.... But did anyone expect 18-6? 15-9 is about the bar we had set for this team, in best case scenario terms.
Chalk up 6 game losing streak to a young team figuring things out; to the arrival of 2 stars trying too hard to change the culture; and for a group of guys who never played with one another trying to determine what works and when it works.
We can only hope newfound confidence carries us through this stretch.
DEN-BOS-MIA at home to kick it off.... Imagine a 2-1 go at it?
He continues to prove why he's a bust that plays like a SF in a Centers body. ONe of the last plays of the game....How did he let Amare get guarded by Calderon......HOW?!?!? haha.
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Amare for MVP regardless.
I sure hope we can win these type of games against the tougher teams. There's no doubt we can score but we are still giving away the easy buckets, its very disheartening that Bougani (pardon the spelling) scored 41. We maybe leading in blocks but I'm really worried about our D. Many times we are too slow in getting back on D ( correct positioning) and we hardly defend the paint due to double teaming. We need to get back on D and prevent the opponent from scoring so much. When we get a score the oppostion almost always returns the favor...this happens too much, plus it nullifys many of our hightlight baskets. I just hope this early soft group of games don't trick the fans and expose the team weaknesses like that recent Jets game. The real season starts Sunday.