Walt "Clyde" Frazier
The New Orleans Hornets(39-18) vs The New York Knicks(18-41)
Mon. 3/3 at 7:30pm ET on MSG
Welcome to the MSGKnickz33 Pregame show, Im your host Jazzy Jeff and its time to break down Monday nights game against the Hornets. The Knicks have lost 2 straight dissapointing games. Against the Hawks Crawford took too many shots and lost what should have been a win. The Knicks forgot to show up in the 2nd half Saturday against the Magic. We'll see how they do Monday night againt the 3rd best team out west.
The Hornets might have the 3rd best record in the west, but they are only a game out of 1st place. If you have NBA league pass, you can watch the Hornets vs Wizards at 6:00pm ET. This paragraph will be updated tonight/tomorrow afternoon.
Chris Paul>>>the Knicks
The New Orleans Hornets
*Bonzi Wells is listed as day-to-day
AND NOW YOUR NEW YORK KNICKS!!!!
AT POINT GUARD NATE ROBINSON
AT SHOOTING GUARD JAMAL CRAWFORD
AT SMALL FORWARD QUENTIN RICHARDSON
AT POWER FORWARD ZACH RANDOLPH
AT CENTER EDDY CURRY
Key matchup: David West vs Zach Randolph
*Will be updated later
Last edited by MSGKnickz33; Mar 02, 2008 at 17:21.
To Moderators: Anyway you can add a poll question to my game thread? My computer was slow when i clicked submit new thread, the poll question screen never showed up even though i checked it.
This is the question i was goin to have
Whos the Greatest Knick of all-time?
Walt "Clyde" Frazier
I was watchin some Bernard King games the other day, before he got injured:
Bernard King>>>Larry Bird
I voted from Patrick Ewing, even though we didn't get a title with him, I do think he deserves some credit. I didn't like it when in the 80s he wanted to be traded from the Knicks, and then in 2001 he requested a trade, and he got it. Its a sad story with Patrick Ewing, but he was a great Center, you can't ask for anything more from him.
Willis Reed, and Walt Clyde were on the team together, in a different time period in the 60s and 70s then Patrick Ewing. SO I didn't vote for those guys.
Bernard King might be one of the most underrated, or underappreciated players in NBA history,
By the way what ever happened to Anthony Mason, and what happened to the defense core of the Knicks in the mid and early 90s? Now look at us lol. We were the Knicks team and other team fans were scared of, Isiah and Dolan made this a circus abcd said it best.
Anthony Mason was the oldest player ever to make the all-star team, at age 32. I think he retired around the year 2003, he was one of my favorites. I think I remember him gettin in trouble with the law, and it took 9 cops or something like that to hold him down. Im not 100% sure of these details, I was young but I remember readin about it.
I voted for Bernard King, I dont think theres a right or wrong answer. Before the injury king was unstoppable, who knows where he woulda brought the Knicks.
Dirk is playin like a mvp
Good point about Bernard King.
Just some facts about Jamal Crawford
He is ranked 7th in the NBA in attempts per game, and is only under 21 a game.
2nd in minutes per game just behind AI. AI is averaging 26.9 PPG 7 assists..
JC 20.8 ppg 5 assist.
Bernard was great, but he was only great for a 5 year span. That said its a joke his number isn't retired.
Monroe was a solid player for the Knicks, but he was great as a Washington Bullet not as a Knick.
Reed was probably the greatest leader in the history of the organization and he was and will always be THE CAPTAIN.
Patrick holds basically every Knick record, and if not for MJ he proably would've gotten a ring.
but the answer is simple.
Walt Clyde is the greatest Knick. All i have to say is game 7 1970 36 points and 19 assists.
yow msg, my league pass aint workin no more, right now when i click to watch a game it's tellin me to authenticate my account n enter my acount number....
Whos the MVP? Good arguments for all of the following: Kevin Garnett, Chris Paul, Kobe Bryant, and Lebron James
Which team would be the worst without their star? Cleveland would be terrible without Lebron, they wouldnt even be a team.