i hope melo is ok.
Was definitely 'Fire Dantoni'.Was that a fire d'antoni or a mike d'antoni chant? i was pretty sure it was a "mike" with the lakers cutting the lead to single digits..
Kobe's health is seriously f*cked. he plays through atleast 1 injury a game and is always in pain. WTF is wrong with DAntoni playing him right until the final buzzer.
I guarantee you next season will be Kobe's last.
I dont think Melo will miss more than 1 or 2 games
watched the replay- love it when melo slams instead of laying up !!
i think woodson should put Copeland as Melos back up.. the guys tall, hardworker, can create his own shot like Melo.. maybe wont go in as much but that can be developed with time.. so hell be ready for the playoffs
We win again in the Garden. Downloading the game now, trying not to watch any highlights lol.
But what happened to Melo?
main factor we can still win without MELO
other such game giving reason that we need sTAT
why Copeland is not playing
we will be playing @ Lakers 25.12.12 with Nash and Gasol
look @ Hawks record
Lin is coming back to MSG
vs Cavs without Melo we know that Cavs are not Wizards they are playing like Bobcats.
any news on the melo injury?
For the most part Felton's play has been terrific. We have a solid group of point guards, but Felton is by far the best penetrator. But Felton shoots too much, particularly when Melo is not on the court. It appears that he defers only to Melo. Perhaps he thinks he is the second best shooting alternative. He is not.
Felton took 26 shots last night. He made nine of them. Brewer, Chandler, Kidd, Wallace, Novak, Prigioni, and White, combined, took only 24 shots. Carmelo took 15 shots and JR 14.
Felton took 32.9 % of the 79 total shots. He was responsible for 46 % of all the misses. Felton's shooting percenatge for the year so far is 40.1%. Only Wallace at 38.8 % and JR at 39.7 % have lower shooting percentages.
By the way, Kobe took only 24 shots.
Last edited by Oldtimer; Dec 14, 2012 at 11:42. Reason: additional point
Fortunately when Amare will back, Felton won't shoot so much.