I know i said i wasnt goin 2 respond to pancakes anymore but since i brought this thread up which took some of metros time to routinely son pancakes, i got sumthin to say.
Allan houston is one of the top 3 best shooters in knicks history. I havent been watchin them since the beginnin of their existance but I have never seen a knicks player since 94 when i started watchin shoot with the smoothness of houston. He mite be the best shooter but im not the person to ask. Theres no way hes not top 3 at least.
Allan was awful defensivelyDude Houston was always a liability on DSumthin aint rite with these 3 quotes from pancakes. Who can tell me whats wrong? Lets move onto the next subject.Houston was able to contribute on the d by understanding Coach Van Gundy's defensive schemes and played decent team defense
uuhhh....whoops, wrong quoteJamal's game is like pre-cum it just never finishes
Spree and Houston were the 2 leaders, they took the big shots and made the big plays down the stretch.Allan Houston a leader? hahaha He was never a leader everyone who watched those teams knew that in his early Knick career it was Oakley and Ewing who led the team and in his latter years Sprewell, Camby and of course L.J. who was probably the Knicks best leader during Houston's time with the the team
Camby was a leader on the defensive end
L.J. made an impact on the team but to put him ahead of houston is givin him too much credit, get off LJ's ****.
These knicks teams from the late 90's/early 2000's did have more then 1 leader, another being Charlie Ward but the 2 main leaders were sprewell and houston.
Pancakes it dont matter what you say, the only thing you gettin from me is a youtube video. I dont have the time to reply to your elementary posts. You call people out for the dumbest things and routinely get shot down by the mac 10/take a knee because of the deadly body shot.