Thanks for the link.
Good to see that he has his perspective. A talker of the talk, is The Jorts. Whether or not he has the walk is another question.
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We've been hearing so much about how Shump's been working out; it's nice to hear at least a little bit about Jorts staying in shape/hoping for basketball too. Hey, maybe this guy can really help us. He's a big boy at 6'10" 275 or so and he's got a good attitude and a little bit of an edge to him..We'll see.
The Jorts that played in the NCAA playoffs will be a big-big compliment
in the Knicks low-post for 24 minutes of playingtime his rookie season.
Jorts bigbody screening on offense will help Amare/Melo/Billups/TD/and
Shump have alot of open looks. He will have a lot of work to do on his
boxing-out of the paint, switching-off down low, and communicating on
defense throughout his rookie season, b/c the NBA have more bigman
movement than the NCAA.
^ i agre with kiya. but 24 minutes is probably a bit much for him coming in off the bat. I'd say we'd see him for about 15 mins a game, unless he has a great impact. He'll probably work his way up to 24 minutes by seasons end though.