a VERBAL ASSASSIN production
Welcome everyone, this is your host, SLY1984 aka the Verbal Assassin coming to you from Queens the Foundation. Tonight's match-up is:
OUR NEW YORK KNICKS!!!!!!!
Tonights starting line-ups-
FOR NEW YORK:
at PG- Chris Duhon
at SG- Larry Hughes
at SF- Wilson Chandler
at PF- Al Harrington
at C- David Lee
oops, wrong david lee.....
WHO REALLY GIVES A ****.......
instead, more pics of hot girls!!!!
The [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] will likely need strong performances against Western Conference opponents this month to stay in the playoff hunt.
The [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] know full well how poor play against the opposing conference will hurt a team’s season.
Losers of two straight, the Knicks look to keep the banged-up Kings winless against the East on Friday night.
New York (28-39) is 7-14 after winning six of its previous seven, putting in doubt its hopes of returning to the playoffs for the first time since 2004. The Knicks trail eighth-place Chicago as part of a crowded group of teams trying to secure the final postseason spot in the East.
With some tough matchups against West teams over the next 11 days, New York’s postseason chances might be clearer entering April. The Knicks will face New Orleans, Utah and Denver, who are all in playoff position in the West.
New York, though, begins its stretch of games against the West with the conference’s worst two clubs - league-worst Sacramento (14-54) and the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
A matchup with Sacramento should help New York get back on track.
The Kings are 0-28 against the East, with just two more chances to avoid becoming the first NBA team to go winless against the other conference. They host Philadelphia on Sunday night.
New York took advantage of [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]’s absence on Dec. 13, beating Sacramento 114-90. Martin, the Kings’ leading scorer, missed that game due to a sore left ankle and his status for Friday’s contest is uncertain due to illness.
Martin came down with a virus and missed a 104-88 loss to Charlotte on Wednesday night. He isn’t the only Sacramento player the Knicks might be able to avoid.
[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (quadriceps) also sat out versus the Bobcats, and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] was lost late in the fourth quarter after spraining his right ankle.
McCants, who started for Martin, had 30 points before getting hurt. Still, Sacramento lost its fifth straight and fell to 4-31 on the road.
“We just have to get better production all around,” Kings coach Kenny Natt said . “We just can’t have one, two, three guys playing well and then the rest just giving in.”
New York will be without a valuable reserve of its own, with rookie [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] considering surgery on his ailing back. Gallinari, who missed most of the first 2 1/2 months of the season due to the injury, has left the team to meet with specialists in Italy and isn’t expected back until Monday.
Knicks point guard [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] returned after missing two games with a sore ankle and back, going 1-for-7 and finishing with seven points off the bench in a 115-89 loss to New Jersey on Wednesday night.
[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] remained in the starting lineup in place of Duhon. He’s averaging 25.0 points in his last five games.
New York, though, has been held under 100 points in two straight games after reaching triple figures in 26 straight contests. The Knicks went 2-for-17 from 3-point range versus the Nets and had as many turnovers (15) as assists.
“It’s very hard to point out one thing,” New York coach Mike D’Antoni said."
the VERBAL ASSASSIN's player to target:
Nate the great had an off night against New Jersey. expect him to show that fearlessness he has and have a great game versus sacramento.
hip-hop joint of the day:
MOBB DEEP- "Survival of the Fittest"