Time for a Knick Winning Streak
The Bullets offensive weapons of Jamison, Butler, and Nick Young, with Agent Orange on the injured list is heading for a Top-7 Lottery pick in the 2009 Draft (somewhere this is illegal).
All they have to do is either sign or trade for 4 cheap good defensive-players and add them to their offensive weapon this offseason.....and they are back to making the playoffs every season again.
The Bullets started this season with a well playing team that was hit with injuries.
I been giving all the Bullets (Wizards) success these years to our ex-G.M. Ernie Grunfield and his selection of (across river) Head Coach Eddie Jordan. This past offseason I thought the Wizards (Bullets) were going to sign and trade Agent Zero out of D.C. (conflict between coach & franchise player).
This Knick vs Wizard game showed we need another 20 mpg rebounder, and we need a SG on this 15-Man roster.....this would help our ball rotation on offense/defense pure when we are shooting 40% FG....Nate Robinson is not in any slump he has been playing the "pass-first" PG to relieve the pressure on Duhon....our players go into a "deep-daze" if they are not included into the offense....so Nate can not play Combo-Guard anymore.....I'm watching the old bench-players of Nate & Lee pick and rolls and hustling energy screen and rolls being done now with Duhon & Lee.
Nate's playbook plays lately have been Nate & Harrington comming out to the top.....not Nate & Lee comming out to the top.....Lee comes out to the top with Duhon now.
This Knick WIN will mean alot with a WIN on Friday night vs the Bullets (Wizards).
Lets GO KNICKS
The last time 3-Knick players scored 25 points in a game was in 1983....when we had SF-Bernard King, C-Bill Cartwright, and SG-Ray Williams