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Thread: Knicks @ Heat: Friday, Jan 27th, 8:00pm. The Gruesome Tale Of 2 Rebuilt Franchises.

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    "We hit alot of threes, we just couldn't sustain it all the way through"
    This is your coach folks. Actually banking on making 3s for the entire game! That was the gameplan???? Really???

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    "We hit alot of threes, we just couldn't sustain it all the way through"
    This is your coach folks. Actually banking on making 3s for the entire game! That was the gameplan???? Really???
    *Depressed*

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    Nice post game analysis..

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    So we start jackig up 3's and refuse to do anything else?

    I know Bill Walker got hot but then Douglas started jocking and jacking shots. 1-7 in the 4th quarter!!! What happened to Amare???

    Douglas is the worst.

    We should have won this game.....another Knicks lose.

    7-12....fantastic.

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    Ever since Alan Hahn started working for MSG he has lost all credibility. He can't say anything too negative about Antoni so he always comes up with these bull**** reasons why Amare is struggling or why the offense in general is crap. He never mentions Antoni or questions his decisions. He's in house so he no longer matters.

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    Ok there goes your ball movement and no ball stopping players folks. Did you enjoy the outcome? Would you have liked to have our killer instinct player to get guys into foul trouble and battle wade and Lebrun down the stretch? I can't believe people would trade melo over amare. Amare doesn't even command the ball.

    For 100 mil you gott at least try to put the team on your back. Before some of you idiots say he needed a competent passer, I say to you all he needed to do was make his way to the strong side and battle for position. Instead this guy likes to stroll on the perimeter quietly.
    I thought Amare was aggressive. He took the ball to the rack numerous times. Alot of times Miami packed the middle and he tried to stop short and pull up awkwardly. A couple of times he drove in there and drew fouls, couple times barreled into guys.

    Again Amare is not a post up player. He's an explosive face-up four through n through, who can run a pick roll to perfection and shoot well from mid-range. This is what you get from him. Should be no surprise what he does out there. He can also be great in transition. He runs so well for a big man.

    2 parts of his game (the pick n roll and transition game parts) have all but disappeared due to all of our guards being constitutionally incapable of running this O properly. Smfh!

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    you guys honestly expected to win this one?

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    Ok there goes your ball movement and no ball stopping players folks. Did you enjoy the outcome? Would you have liked to have our killer instinct player to get guys into foul trouble and battle wade and Lebrun down the stretch? I can't believe people would trade melo over amare. Amare doesn't even command the ball.

    For 100 mil you gott at least try to put the team on your back. Before some of you idiots say he needed a competent passer, I say to you all he needed to do was make his way to the strong side and battle for position. Instead this guy likes to stroll on the perimeter quietly.

    Slow down....Dolan isnt trading Melo & Stat for another 4 seasons....
    it is interim GM Grunwald job or the next GM job to build around Tyson, Stat, Melo....
    this Miami game has prove to our NO-DEFENSE Melo, Stat, and Dantoni that this
    Knicks team could win more games through hustlin on defense, and ball movement.

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    Amare always makes sure he dressed up for his post game interview. Why the fukc do you need a hat and glasses on during an interview in the locker room?? WTF!! This guy needs to get his priorities in order.

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    Originally Posted by ronoranina
    I thought Amare was aggressive. He took the ball to the rack numerous times. Alot of times Miami packed the middle and he tried to stop short and pull up awkwardly. A couple of times he drove in there and drew fouls, couple times barreled into guys.

    Again Amare is not a post up player. He's an explosive face-up four through n through, who can run a pick roll to perfection and shoot well from mid-range. This is what you get from him. Should be no surprise what he does out there. He can also be great in transition. He runs so well for a big man.

    2 parts of his game (the pick n roll and transition game parts) have all but disappeared due to all of our guards being constitutionally incapable of running this O properly. Smfh!
    Some of that is right. Amar'e clearly was playing like we want him to play only in the 4th. When Amar'e is comfortable and playing at least decent, he looks different. Douglas' vision is terrible. Amar'e should have been more aggressive early on, but Douglas also did not see Amar'e at least a couple of times in which Amar'e would have had great chances of finishing plays.

    We need Amar'e playing like he did in the 4th quarter every quarter. Douglas....asking him to be a PG is like asking Jeffries to be a great scorer. Just a dumb task to give him.

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    Amare always makes sure he dressed up for his post game interview. Why the fukc do you need a hat and glasses on during an interview in the locker room?? WTF!! This guy needs to get his priorities in order.
    Wth dude lol?! What do you want him to do? Come out in sweat pants n a wife-beater??? He knows he's going to be on TV.. Dude played well tnite I thought.

    I don't even know why people are mad about this loss. We showed alotta heart tnite even though we were majorly outgunned.

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    If we lose tomorrow.. which I have a good feeling we will.. No reason Dantoni should still have a job after that.

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    Slow down....Dolan isnt trading Melo & Stat for another 4 seasons....
    it is interim GM Grunwald job or the next GM job to build around Tyson, Stat, Melo....
    this Miami game has prove to our NO-DEFENSE Melo, Stat, and Dantoni that this
    Knicks team could win more games through hustlin on defense, and ball movement.
    you called that good ball movement lmao we hit 18 3's and lost come one dude Melo is not the problem he's also playing great D this year just because he doesn't have steals or blocks doesn't mean he isn't defending, numbers aren't everything on D

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    Originally Posted by ronoranina
    I thought Amare was aggressive. He took the ball to the rack numerous times. Alot of times Miami packed the middle and he tried to stop short and pull up awkwardly. A couple of times he drove in there and drew fouls, couple times barreled into guys.

    Again Amare is not a post up player. He's an explosive face-up four through n through, who can run a pick roll to perfection and shoot well from mid-range. This is what you get from him. Should be no surprise what he does out there. He can also be great in transition. He runs so well for a big man.

    2 parts of his game (the pick n roll and transition game parts) have all but disappeared due to all of our guards being constitutionally incapable of running this O properly. Smfh!
    Of course MIA packed the middle because when he starts his drive from near the 3pt line it gives them time to do that. All he needs to do is post up on the block and command the ball. Don't need a hight quality pg to dump it in to him. Once he gets it he can face up and do whatever. Half the time he picks and rolls further out on the perimeter.

    Did you enjoy the way Antoni coached this game? Of course you did.

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    Amare always makes sure he dressed up for his post game interview. Why the fukc do you need a hat and glasses on during an interview in the locker room?? WTF!! This guy needs to get his priorities in order.
    A symbol of how he's been playing...playing for the money.

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