you have faith in no one bro im sorry. for the past month you **** talked this team so much that i needed a break from this site at one point. now that they're winning you decide to change your mind? you were quiggle for a good amount of time on this site
Still angry at me?
To be honest, the team was playing horrible prior to Lin's emergence and Melo's and Amare's absence.
We still look doubtful now when Lin is on the bench.
It's not like my negativity wasn't justified, but I have decided to put that aside and be positive now and remain positive for the rest of the season!
The negativity is a thing of the past and I don't care about it anymore, it's left behind.
we got the pieces... i mean it the knick's lineup looks like a lineup that can win it all sort of now. Then when the injured come back, what team is deeper and has more skilled players on their roster now?
Bulls are a new version of the 90's version Knicks. One great player and a bunch of good players who play defense well to make up for their lack of offensive skills...... (Blasphemy but its true)
The Heat who lack any form of big man (Joel Anthony HA) are a 2.5 stars and scrubs squad.
and the two great players thunder (who if people think Melo is selfish they havent seen westbrook get mad and forget he is the PG) then Ibaka and Harden who also are nice but not great.
In the playoffs can these teams beat the knicks 4-7 games. That is the question....
also right now teams are getting 10-20 points on the knicks due to lin having to sit and the knicks forcing SG's to play point. Once Baron comes in that weakness is gone. Amare (Who has been scoring consistently in the 20's.....idk how you guys dismiss that like its nothing) has a Jorts back he will get better too since jorts plays defense and offensively forces at least one Big to play him on the perimeter.
The knicks shouldn't say it to jinx themselves but they are contenders now.
Lin, Knicks teammates stoke championship talk behind Jeremy’s big game
After Jeremy Lin’s nationally televised theatrics were over, after the point guard’s international stardom had reached yet another level, after Jason Kidd said Lin indeed looks like Steve Nash in Phoenix, Tyson Chandler soaked it all in and declared what may have become obvious by now:
Lin’s Knicks are a genuine contender for a championship this season.
Chandler should know best, having helped the Mavericks to a title eight months ago. Chandler faced Dallas during the Knicks’ 104-97 victory in yesterday’s thrilling Garden matinee, and said he feels his new club is championship-caliber with Lin’s fairy tale, J.R. Smith’s arrival and Carmelo Anthony’s grand return to Linsanity scheduled tonight against the Nets.
This great Linderella story is becoming a great basketball story.
Lin burned the defending champions with 28 points, 14 assists and five steals. Lin got the better of 6-foot-7 defensive specialist Shawn Marion in the fourth quarter and catapulted the Knicks to the season’s most sensational victory, which should further boost their credibility across the country. The Knicks are 8-1 since Lin took command at point guard and Anthony has hardly been a part of the surge.
“I’m loving the fact that I really feel the team I’m on now can really contend,’’ said Chandler, who finished with 14 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. “The additions now, we’re a full team. We’re very deep in every position. It wasn’t like that when I first came here. We have all those pieces filled now.’’
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