I didnt mean that in a mean way aiming at u, its just that everytime Dantoni do one good thing he turns around to do 3 stupid things.
I too, want the Knicks to get a CROWN....but I dont see it with Dantoni apart of the organization. u right the guy do make me angry....but I been a hard core Knicksfan since Red Holzman
heard on another forum that apparently Shump likes Mobb Deep or the 6th men..... I really like Mobb Deep though.
It Sounds Tough and obviously has NY roots due to its connection to NY rap.
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I been a big fan of using a 2nd unit since Hubie Brown coach the Knicks....
especially when u keep turning over your roster consistently like the Knicks been doing the past decade by adding several new players during the season. u must have a program system to unite the new players by adding them with the 2nd unit of players to see how well they compliment the 2nd unit.
I been promoting a 2nd-unit for the Knicks since 2005 when we drafted Frye, Lee, Nate, and had a 2nd season Trevor Ariza....they were NBA Ready with a high athletic level to be put into a coaches scheme system for a inside and outside plan.
The Knicks having a stream of good-luck in finding Jeremy Lin & Novak has to be like a person playing the Lottery for the first time and hitting it.
Lin-Sanity & Novak added a new dimension to this Knicks team (9-3) without any practices, they made Baron Davis healthy, and JR Smith leave China.
Having deep bench depth of....
PG-BDiddy, SG-Smith, combo-Shump, SF-Novak, PF-Jefferies, PF-Jorts, and C-Jordan should be in our back to back rotation (we were playing 4 games in 6 days).
We need to FIRE Dantoni-brothers, and let Mike Woodson & Herb finish
out the 2nd half of the season...
Baron Davis is calling it the Super Subs
desde la cuna del chango
Man, I love watching our bench. They turned the game around in the 1st half yesterday, forced many turnovers, got steals, novak hit some big ones, etc. Jeffries had a few too. They hustle so hard and play with so much energy, I wish our starters could feed off their energy.
Although plus/minus statistics can certainly be misleading, they were interesting in yesterday's game with Boston. If I remember correctly, no one in the starting five was better than a minus 8, but all but JR in the second unit were at least a plus 8. JR was a minus 2.
Is there an obvious 6th man of the year/team like Toni Kukoc in our bench?
I just realized we didn't even have a firm starting 5.
most dynamic and versatile bench in the NBA. shout out to our front office for bringing this group together