Marbury= A- - I don't care what anyone says, this is Marbury's best year as a Knick, and possibly his best year in the NBA. His D has flat out won us games. Yet that need to try a 3-ball hurts sometimes when he is cold.
Crawford= C+ - clutch sometimes, not other times. He damn sure can shoot, is a natural going towards the hoop, but has some soft spots on D and ballhandling
Curry= B+ Regardless of what people say about his D, his is trying to assert himself, getting more fouls called on the D than on the offensive side, and being creative under the hoop.
Jeffries= F Why did we pay him so much again?
Richardson= C Health concerns, but has the tools and shows brilliance on both sides of the court.
Frye= C- Need to see more
Robinson= D Needs to cool the ego trip and lose the napolean complex. Show you quickness with your hands and feet and not with his mouth.
James= F Bust
Lee= A Great work ethic, embraced the team, wants to get better. Big fan, great year.
Balkman= C - showing good skills, needs to build more confidence and he could be a good contributer.
Collins= F Only thing I've seen is a hard foul and punch to his dome. And when he dribbles he looks like he needs to take a ****, anyone else see this?
Cato= Incomplete - go back to school
Francis= D- Where does he fit in, and can he show his brilliance again?
Rose= B I know this is a bit crazy, but he is a great locker room guy, a veteran motivator, and a guy who can come in any time, no matter how long hes been on the bench, and come in and play his heart out of both sides of the ball. And he's got a great outside jumper from just about any spot on the floor. I wish he got more minutes actually.
He's a good listen. Its great to have him on the telecasts. He's always giving Marbury on air instructions. What i can't understand is why the Mets got rid of Tom Seaver. He's like Clyde he's part of the history and team you got to find a place for him. Also, i thought he was top notch.