I bet that was Tim Dunahughu or what ever his name is in disguise..
Yes, of course!
Not at all
Time will tell
He's average, coud've got better
great job by the refs and jamal, smh
The Knicks were the better team tonight, but because of the refs and Crawford, we lost it. I'm really depressed now.
But boy during that entire game I had this urge to punch Crawful in the face. I just can't imagine how someone could take those kind of shots. Running into the lane then double clutch with two guys on you and just tossing it. Really? You couldn't take a better shot than that?
Yet I still gotta go to the freethrow differential. It is ridiculous. They took twice as many as we did. And it isn't because we were fouling twice as much. This game was poorly reffed from the begining. This is why the NBA has sunk, because they decide that every touch become a foul. Then there can be a huge battle later between guys and nothing is called. Continuation is the dumbest thing. Terry got fouled on the perimeter once, then ran in and made a layup. And1. That isn't and1, and1 is when you get fouled during the shot, not when you get fouled when you are driving and the ball is still is the shot pocket. Its awful. Yes, it is designed to open the game up. Yet its also designed to give star players easy points. They want these big names keeping thier scoring averages up for the fans. American sports fans are obsessed with statistics and that has taken a front seat to fair, competitive basketball. The advertising of these 'star' players and making it so they can have easy points at will has ruined the NBA.
well, we had them put them away but ****ing dirk and his german ass had to go on a hot streak, that and the combination of bad calls and tons of missed lay-ups cost us the game. to bad too, zach played another outstanding game as well as duhon.
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Thats 26% shooting and 33% from 3 point. Yet he still continued to shoot while the team shot 43%.
The Knicks lost, but they played hard. I think the Knicks messed up by not giving it to Randolph and Crawford, late in the 4th quarter. They should've been the ones with the ball, down the stretch, not Quentin Richardson. Granted, Richardson had a good game, but he's not the closer on the team.
Tired of crawford double clutching for no damn reason and off balance even when he has space to settle down and get a good shot. I mean seriously wtf!?!
OH WELL... NEXT UP BOSTON *GULP*
What Really Cost Us Is That Call Where They Signaled Out On The Knicks When Brandon Bass Clearly Toughed That **** Last.