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    cant wait for jorts & shump to get back in the rotation i want to see us at full potential

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    That's great news to have Josh back. Maybe he can stretch the defense by going to the 3pt line occasionally and letting Amare run the pick and roll inside.

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    Originally Posted by Real NY Baller
    Iman's defense will be welcomed 4sure. Hopefully Harrelson will be playing paint ball and banging the boards...I really don't like how the coach is using this big body. I'm not sure if his shooting hand was hurt or not, regardless of that.... he is too brawlic to be used as a finesse player. His talents are obviously suited around the paint. He's good for some boards, some put backs, some banging, some interior D...and the occasional short jumper. Pretending to be a sharpshooter will only hamper the team and possibly his carrear.


    Jorts developement into the NBA was all wrong....I too, dont believe the wrist injury.

    Jefferies in - Jorts out
    Lin in - TD out
    Novak in - Melo out
    JR in - Shump out
    Davis in - Bibby out

    The Knicks weakness is the headcoach refuse to make a 2nd-unit of players off the bench

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    Originally Posted by Toons
    Its a shame that you dont see the value of a 3pt shooting big man. I personally dont see jorts as an 'andrew bynum' prototype, but more of a memet okur type player. Just because he shoots 3's doesn't make him a finesse player. Actually, hitting the 3ball and taking a big man out of the paint can be what his career is built on. Our 3pt lineup is rediculous

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    Honestly , I'd like to see our team leave the threes to the specialist in that area, instead of the "whomever is in the corner can shoot it" offense.

    Jorts has shown he's more effective with his shot inside the arc, and I really don't want Melo being relegated to the three point line either, as that isn't his strength either.

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    Originally Posted by Toons
    Its a shame that you dont see the value of a 3pt shooting big man. I personally dont see jorts as an 'andrew bynum' prototype, but more of a memet okur type player. Just because he shoots 3's doesn't make him a finesse player. Actually, hitting the 3ball and taking a big man out of the paint can be what his career is built on. Our 3pt lineup is rediculous

    lin
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    novak
    melo
    jorts

    Jorts is not Dirk....Love is why the Wolves stay in the Lottery....Okur is the reason
    why the Jazz been going after bigmen the past 5 season.

    Horry & Rasheed shot their 3-ball shots in the 4th quarter allowing them to get
    alley-opps, put-backs, and offensive-rebounds during the game....
    Jorts be coming off the bench to go straight to the 3-ball line on the offensive-end....
    u dont see a problem with a 6.10 275 lb bigman spending more time on the 3-ball
    line than in the paint, or setting a screen for his teammates. Jorts rookie fg %
    should be 50+ % not 41 % from shooting 16-45 3-ball shots.

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    Jorts is not Dirk....Love is why the Wolves stay in the Lottery....Okur is the reason
    why the Jazz been going after bigmen the past 5 season.

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    Originally Posted by iSaYughh

    DUMMY....Love had/have a better cast of teammates than KG had for 12 seasons,
    and KG average a 500+ record season throughout his tour with the Timberwolves
    when the competition in the West was 10 times tougher.

    u need to admitt to the members of KO that u know very little about basketball,
    especially NBA ball...

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