When he does attack, he's quite successful and it looks like a natural skill set.
Arguably, this is why getting Barea in liu of Tony is optimal; Barea knows what he can do and is good at, and has a burning desire to commit to it.
I honestly view Tony as a richer man's Nate Robinson at the end of the day. That isn't a bad thing, but it is what it is.
I, for one, welcome The Bib to NYC. looking forward to see him dishin and swishin, drivin and thrivin, droppin dimes and poppin threes in the garden of dreams! Poppa Hank, former NBA GREAT and a head coach, must be way proud, son! Basketball blood runs in the Bib's veins, he's smart and can easily thrive in the SSOL, AND make life easy for the best front line in the league, while helping Toney D, Laundry Folds and Sherbert along the way. as long as we keep Toney D, and not trade him for JJ Bare Heya, I think we're set (if we get JJ to take a 2-year deal w/out losing TD, all the better).
HEY! Mike the Bib's got his own website. Check out his bio and tell me this guy is not what we need:
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as AOL would say...Welcome! you've got male! (no homo)
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i like it we got a veteran to be in Douglas' ear to help keep him focused through a tough stretch or game. and helps off the bench
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I hope Rick Bruson comes out of retirement so he could give the Knicks more players that have NBA finals experience.
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