But it's the title of a fricken thread.
its not a spelling mistake or writing there instead of their because you are typing fast and not thinking.
You wrote Are instead of is on the title of a thread.
Has anyone notice this season how all the above 500% teams have their
3rd & 4th option scorers be the high-scorer of the game vs mediocre teams.
It makes a lot of sense with this crazy 66 game schedule....
If Melo is our first option, and Stat is our 2nd option,
who did we select to be our 3rd & 4th option scorers?
Stat actually sent a big-message by not shooting the ball in the 4th quarter
and in the two over-times vs Denver. Our headcoach & Melo need to have
more confidence in the rest of the roster to be an above 500 Knicks team.
Admittedly I didn't understand what he meant by the thread title.
Are D'antoni preparing our players for this gruesome schedule?
i thought you forgot the word "how are" although that doesn't fix it...just confused me.
I don't mind grammar and spelling errors as long as the statment makes sense.
Sometimes the way you write stuff, doesn't make sense and then your point is lost or misunderstood and that is half the point of sharing it on this website in the first place, for others to understand you opinions and views.
Last edited by jzero29; Jan 24, 2012 at 10:22.
Dantonio already stated that Jordan will NOT see any of Josh's minutes.
Why the F'k would he bother saying that ....whats the point....
Now no matter what the situation Jordan will NOT play because Dantoio never 2nd guesses himself. ( NY Post )
A quote like that should get Dantoni FIRED....
Cheap-cheap $$ Jerome Jordan raw talent has great potential of improving
with playingtime and following Tyson Chandler's work ethic.
Real Talk....Dantoni has been doing everything in his power to get FIRED,
but Grunwald, and owner Dolan refuse to FIRE Dantoni.
If the population of the Knicks away games dont increase above 16,000 fans....
NBA Stern will want answers or action made by Dolan.
Melo averaged 18,000 fans in away games in Denver, and Stat & Nash
average 19,000 fans in away games in Phoenix.