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    Well Houston isn't teaching him defense hahah. I watched the all access video from last week on Knicksnow.com and you see in a couple of the clips in the background them working together on Shumps jump shot and off the dribble shot.

    "Iman Shumpert's jumpshot. Before the Bucks game Monday night, Shumpert was working with former Knick and current assistant general manager Allan Houston on shooting off screens. After the rookie missed a few in a row, Houston came up to him and said, "Sometimes your shot is too flat. More arc."

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    Sounds like something they will do as a routine for here on out. Houston can atleast do that for us after we've been paying off his contract up until last year.

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    If Shumpert had Houston's jump shot he would be a top 10 player in the league.

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    Originally Posted by knicksin60
    If Shumpert had Houston's jump shot he would be a top 10 player in the league.

    If Houston had Shumperts defense, H2O might have been top 20 of all time hahaha.

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    Originally Posted by knicksin60
    If Shumpert had Houston's jump shot he would be a top 10 player in the league.

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    And if the Queen had balls she would be the King,,,,,,,,,,,

    And If Dantonio shaved his mustache he would not be Mr Pringles...


    If Woodson had piercings and a Diamond chain he would be Surg Knight

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    Originally Posted by skisloper
    And if the Queen had balls she would be the King,,,,,,,,,,,

    And If Dantonio shaved his mustache he would not be Mr Pringles...


    If Woodson had piercings and a Diamond chain he would be Surg Knight
    LMAO, good one.

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    Why is he not working with Landry Fields and his cringe worthy jumper

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    Originally Posted by CoolRunnings
    Well Houston isn't teaching him defense hahah. I watched the all access video from last week on Knicksnow.com and you see in a couple of the clips in the background them working together on Shumps jump shot and off the dribble shot.

    "Iman Shumpert's jumpshot. Before the Bucks game Monday night, Shumpert was working with former Knick and current assistant general manager Allan Houston on shooting off screens. After the rookie missed a few in a row, Houston came up to him and said, "Sometimes your shot is too flat. More arc."

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    Also listen to an interview where shump talks about working with Houston
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    Sounds like something they will do as a routine for here on out. Houston can atleast do that for us after we've been paying off his contract up until last year.
    WTF on earth does Herb Williams do??? I want him gone! He adds ZERO value and just seems to have a place with the team no matter who the coach.

    We've never had a big leave this team more skilled prior to coming here with him as our bigman coach. He's a waste of assistant coach space. If I ever saw him i'd tell him to his face too.

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    I think Herb is friends with Dolan, as your right...For a guy who's sat there for years now - he says the same thing every time they ask him a question...lol


    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    WTF on earth does Herb Williams do??? I want him gone! He adds ZERO value and just seems to have a place with the team no matter who the coach.

    We've never had a big leave this team more skilled prior to coming here with him as our bigman coach. He's a waste of assistant coach space. If I ever saw him i'd tell him to his face too.

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    WTF on earth does Herb Williams do??? I want him gone! He adds ZERO value and just seems to have a place with the team no matter who the coach.

    We've never had a big leave this team more skilled prior to coming here with him as our bigman coach. He's a waste of assistant coach space. If I ever saw him i'd tell him to his face too.

    At the games I've been to this year, I see Herb working with Tyson and Jerome on post moves and thier mid-range game.

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