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    Game Thread GAME Thread: New York Knicks vs. Minnesota T'Wolves 11/4

    Knicks first home season opener Sunday 11/4 at 6:00. Lets go Knicks!

    TV: MSGHD, NBALP

    All predictions in game talk and all other game discussions go here.

    Lets keep it up like we did last game 1st and 3rd quarters.

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    i think curry can take al down low. guard penetration will be a problem and im curious to see how we deal with brewer. i think jeffries would be our best bet defensively but id like to see how balkman does on him.

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    No more Ricky Davis so I am happy about that. Cause Walker is to inconsistant.

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    yeah are they starting him at the 3 or 4? thankfully theres nooone on their team we need to double team.

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    The Knicks need to stomp the T-Wolves and let the fans and media know that the Knicks are a real team on the rise.

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    Knicks 102 T'Wolves 90...

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    [QUOTE]
    First and foremost...Where the hell do I go to post a thread?...Now, what I'm really here for: Isiah should switch the "4" and "5" spots. When I see Zach I see Alonzo Mourning with better scoring abillity. He's very strong, If you teach him to play the "5", he can be one of the top centers in the east. Now as for Eddie: If you pin him up against the opposing power forwards in the league he can be a handful, not to mention more productive on the boards. What's "Ya'll" opinion on that??? My URL is [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    you cant post a thread until you get i think 10 posts. im not sure how i feel about zach at the 5, at least not with eddy. unless he spontaneously starts learning how to play help d and alter/block shots there really is no point, hes an OK man defender but nothing out of this world. if he starts showing promise i wouldnt mind shipping curry out and starting lee at pf. zach presents more of a matchup problem at center because he is fast and can hit the outside j, and tha would free up room for lee inside which is his strong point. also randolph is a lilttle shorter than most of the centers in the east, im not sure that would be the biggest factor but it plays into it a bit. curry is 6'11 or 7 and randolph is 6'9. true he is more agile which makes up for it. welcome to the forum though

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    anyone know what sopcast channel this is on?

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    thats what im talking about!!!! hustle and unselfishness!!!! i turned it on as marbury got that steal and dished to lee.

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