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    Yells out loud. **** THIS FAGGOT

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    Chinabury has a point.

    Melo and Amar'e primarily work on the same spots on the floor. When watching games, I often cringe when they accidentally collide with each other. Can this be fixed with better chemistry? I'm not so sure. But one of them MUST change up their game a little bit if we want our offense to run efficiently.

    I'm hoping, like every Knicks fan, that Amar'e's lessons with Olajuwon can steer Melo and STAT's two man game in the right direction.

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    Originally Posted by MeloforMayor
    Chinabury has a point.

    Melo and Amar'e primarily work on the same spots on the floor. When watching games, I often cringe when they accidentally collide with each other. Can this be fixed with better chemistry? I'm not so sure. But one of them MUST change up their game a little bit if we want our offense to run efficiently.

    I'm hoping, like every Knicks fan, that Amar'e's lessons with Olajuwon can steer Melo and STAT's two man game in the right direction.

    There is a lot of two man game potential between the 2. Melo is a lot better and willing passer than he gets credit for.


    The key like I have said like 100x is Amare's ability to knock down the mid-range. That will open up so much....


    Lets just take a game in which we are playing Denver and Iggy is guarding Melo


    Amare picks and rolls out for the Jump Shot

    this leaves the defense with Melo going one on one against a PF or Amare at 6'10 shooting over a wing player

    This simple play would wreck havoc on 90% of the defenses in the league....Lebron and Bosh run it well because when Bosh's J is on the play becomes almost unguardable

    Dantoni did not use this play because he is an advocate of purpetual motion and this is a tradtional half court play.

    Woody will use this play and it should be affective especially when Novak and Kidd are on the floor because they would minimize the amount of help that can be given from the perimeter.

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    Stats shot was money two seasons ago. Lock out, injury's, brothers death whatever. You be the judge if it's a excuse. The point is this man makes A lot of dough and needs to step up and get on Melos level is some fashion, then we are doing something. I wanna see Tyson Chandler hit shots in pivotal times to. This aint a 2 man ****ing show. Chandlers not a elite offensive big but like the Dream said, this man has to get some offensive going. We aint going nowhere without him making SOME buckets when we need it. So much **** has to happen. But they look like they're in good position. We are gonna see if this is all bull****. Its been bull**** this whole decade. I'm sick of next season

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    That was disturbing

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    Originally Posted by Knicks4Life_1985
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    this. repped.

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    Stephon Marbury always opens up his mouth at just the right time to be proven wrong.

    I think Melo and Amare will figure it out this yr. Mark it down.

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    Marbury also eats Vaseline.


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    Originally Posted by JaYnYcE
    Marbury also eats Vaseline.


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    It was his Granny's recipe. She always made him eat Vaseline when he had a sore throat.

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    Marbury shoulda just said Stat cant play anymore, thats what it really comes down too. Hes an overpaid role player, has no clue how to play any defense. He makes Carmelo look solid on D

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