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    Game Thread Cleveland Cavaliers @ New York Knicks 03.31 7:30PM





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    The New York Knicks and Cleveland Cavaliers are dealing with major issues at point guard after ugly performances to start their weekends.

    It's unclear if the Knicks' Jeremy Lin or the Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving will be on the court Saturday night when these teams meet at Madison Square Garden.

    Lin has missed the last three games for New York (26-26) with a sore left knee. The Knicks won the first two games without him before they had 18 turnovers that led to 27 points for Atlanta in a 100-90 road loss Friday.
    Baron Davis continued to struggle filling in for Lin with four points on 2-of-8 shooting with four assists and four turnovers. Davis looked sluggish throughout, and coach Mike Woodson sounded like he wants to look elsewhere for better point guard play Saturday.
    "I gotta start thinking about Toney Douglas playing a little bit and probably extending (Mike) Bibby a little bit more," Woodson said.
    Irving, meanwhile, left Friday's 121-84 loss to Milwaukee with a sprained right shoulder. He sat out the entire fourth quarter after getting injured in the second when fighting through a screen.
    "There's a lot of pain in my shoulder right now," he said. "I'm taking a lot of Advil and anti-inflammatories and just trying to get through it."
    Irving, who scored a game-high 29 points and leads all rookies with 18.9 per game, said no X-rays were taken Friday and planned on joining the team on its flight to New York.
    "I'm really not trying to miss any more games especially winding down the season," he said. "It all depends on how I feel in the morning."
    The loss by Cleveland (17-32) helped Milwaukee move within 1 1/2 games of New York for the Eastern Conference's eighth and final playoff spot. The Knicks trail seventh-place Philadelphia by 2 1/2 games.
    "We just got to go back home now and prepare for Cleveland and put ourselves back in position," Woodson said. "I think Milwaukee won tonight and Philly got beat tonight so nobody's going anywhere so we gotta just handle our business."
    Carmelo Anthony scored 36 points and is averaging 29.7 in the three games Lin has missed. New York also continues to play without forward Amare Stoudemire (bulging disk).
    The Knicks are 6-0 at home under Woodson, winning by an average of 21.5 points. New York last won seven straight at MSG from Jan. 26-March 2, 2007.
    Cleveland has matched its longest slide of the season at six and hasn't dropped seven in a row since its NBA-record 26-game skid last season.
    The Bucks' 56.8 percent shooting was the second-worst mark allowed by the Cavs this season.
    "After a loss like this, I would hope the guys are real upset with how we played," coach Byron Scott said. "The only way you can do it is come back and play a lot harder. You've got to take it out on somebody. You can't take it out on your teammates. You've got to take it out on another team."
    These teams have split two 2011-12 meetings, with each winning at home.
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    I love me a Dzwonsson thread.

    I can't green it, though. I have over indulged.



    Friggin' classic!

    I say give Shump a run at the 1. Force his game in to some added versatility offensively by giving him the reins of the offense ~ all he need do is get Melo the ball under Woodson; not that I'm complaining.

    Knicks take this battle and get their revenge by 9.

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    Well, honestly I didn't give a lot of effort to make this one, I'm already preparing some graphics/stats/porn **** for my Chicago double header.

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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
    Well, honestly I didn't give a lot of effort to make this one, I'm already preparing some graphics/stats/porn **** for my Chicago double header.
    Kyrie had a shoulder injury, might not play. Lets pray

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    After Woody's ridiculous coaching over his ex-Hawks team....in the
    first game of a back to back really need some deep-deep evaluation.

    Woody coaching was precisely on par of Dantoni's poor coaching in the Hawks game, by using a 7+ man rotation, very poor substitution, and never calling a time-out after PG-Davis made 2 or 3 consistent bad decision-making mistakes, or call a time-out after Tyson Chandler consistent blunder of mistakes letting the Hawks backup C-Pachullia dominate the paint & glass (while Hawks starting C-Horford was DNP to injury).......

    Woody only gave 6.10 Jorts 8 minutes of playingtime vs the Hawks....
    WTF was going through Woody's mind when this was the first game of a back to back....in those 8 minutes Jorts was dominating the paint boxing-out, rebounding, shotblocking, steals, picking up fouls, and best of all hitting all his foul shots. Jorts was hot and running at the same speed as Shump to get a dunk....And why would u give JR Smith 33 minutes of playingtime vs the Hawks? WTH could JRSmith do to Joe Johnson & Josh Smith on offense/defense....nothing! Thats why Green ate JRSmith up...

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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
    Well, honestly I didn't give a lot of effort to make this one, I'm already preparing some graphics/stats/porn **** for my Chicago double header.
    Where did you come up with these gifs? They are so tantalizing.

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    I thought to myself just now: "why is she cleaning the knife backwards? That's not very intelligent."

    Then it occurred to me that her enormous, wonderful fun-bags overrule lateral thinking.

    There's something in that for all of us.

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    Originally Posted by Crazy⑧s


    I thought to myself just now: "why is she cleaning the knife backwards? That's not very intelligent."

    Then it occurred to me that her enormous, wonderful fun-bags overrule lateral thinking.

    There's something in that for all of us.
    Is that Penelope Cruz in Volver?

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    LOL at the thread

    good stuff....

    Only positive is that Cavs dont have Irving for this game so that is a huge break for us and if we dont win with no irving then we suck and are going no where.

    We have to win this game and pray to the Lord that someone like Douglas comes back to life.

    We should sign Mike James.

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    The 2nd unit "TD/JR/Fields/Nov/Jorts" started the 2nd quarter to hold a 10 point lead for 6 minutes.....why did Woody substitute???

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    Linjuries, KO crashes, tweaked groins, fouls, TD sux, WTF is going on?

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    Anthony comes off, offensive flow improves; and it's not Anthony's fault. For some reason Woodson wants our offence to look the way it does when Anthony's on.

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    Not the best 1st half but we're up by 8, cant complain

    The Bucks and Pacers will probably lose tonight...

    Hawks and 76ers are playing eachother, the celtics have the Heat tomorrow. Indiana also plays tomorrow against Houston

    Because of injuries, the 8th spot will likely be ours but anythings still possible

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    Anthony Davis Kentucky

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    Way to go, Knicks!! Keep it UP!!


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