I think if we can sign him for the minimum, lets do it
There has to be a player that can do what JJ can do (which isnt much) and also make a layup. We cant bring him back...
I was happy to bring him back last season. But after seeing how poorly he played in comparison to his first stint in NY, I'm not in favor of bringing him back.
He didn't bring an abundance of hustle and intangibles like he did the first time around, and it seems he's even less competent with the ball in his hands.
Look at that defense
Hes a good role player off the bench but i agree with u guys, he should never play the 5. I do like him at the 4 and the 3
I havent jerked it in a few days if KnicksChick doesnt have a 6 pack already she would by the time Im done with her
Jefferies is a scrub a dud. I'll rather take my chances with a young undrafted scrub then to resign him. I think some confuse his weak defense as being good defense because the Knicks suck hard in that department. He averages about 2 points a game, constantly defers, and seems to love receiving a facials under and around the basket. A block here and there is not impressive at all, but it might look that way when the NY media shines the light on a defensless team.
You have to remember Jeffries was great defensively in the Playoffs for us. You have to consider him. He's been a true liability on offense though, because, a lot of times, the passer isn't gonna gamble not passing it to somebody very close to the basket, even though it's also a gamble to pass it to Jeffries very close to the basket.
It'd be nice and all to bring him back, cause it doesn't seem like he fits anywhere else. I'd like the guy around. His offense is a concern though. Turiaf is a good defender and isn't very good on offense, but he's good ENOUGH.
I would love to have sex with KnicksChick while she goes off on a Jeffries rant.
He takes minutes away from guys that are far more talented. MDA's unnatural fetish with this guy knows no bounds. Get rid of him, I don't want to see him anywhere near my Knicks this season. We can't keep playing 4 on 5 every night on offense, which is what we're doing whenever he's on the floor.