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Thread: Kiyaman's favorite time of the year...Official 2009 Summer League Thread

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    Originally Posted by Crazy8s
    download games @

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    there's no spoilers. if you they won't play, get VLC media player.
    Seriously: stop using bittorrent. I had to pay a EUR 600 fine a few months ago, although I use TOR and I am certainly not what you'd call a power uploader.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    NEW YORK KNICKS SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER

    No Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate College NBA Exp

    3 Wink Adams G 6-0 200 3 /9/1985 Nevada-Las Vegas R
    13 Alex Acker G 6-5 185 1/21/1983 Pepperdine 2
    11 Blake Ahearn G 6-2 190 5/27/1984 Missouri State 2
    30 Morris Almond G 6-6 225 2/2/1985 Rice 2
    44 Warren Carter F 6-9 220 4/ 23/1985 Illinois R
    5 Joe Crawford G 6-5 210 6/17/1986 Kentucky 1
    23 Toney Douglas G 6-1 200 3/16/1986 Florida State R
    6 Patrick Ewing, Jr. F 6-8 240 05/20/1984 Georgetown R
    43 Jordan Hill F 6-10 235 7/ 27/1987 Arizona R
    17 Ron Howard G 6-5 200 11/14/1982 Valparaiso R
    47 Yaroslav Korolev F 6-10 245 05/7/1987 Moscow 2
    40 David Noel F 6-6 230 2/27/1984 1
    18 Mouhamed Sene C 6-11 230 5/12/1986 Senegal 3
    50 Rashaad Singleton C 7-0 270 5/22/1987 Florida Southern R
    55 Nikoloz Tskitishvili F 7-0 225 4/13/1983 Intl 4

    NEW YORK KNICKS SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE (All Times PDT)

    DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIPOFF
    Tuesday, July 14vs. Memphis3:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
    Wednesday, July 15vs. Detroit1:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
    Friday, July 17vs. Sacramento3:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
    Saturday, July 18vs. Chicago3:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
    Sunday, July 19vs. Washington1:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
    I have a boner

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    Alan Hahn's scouting report

    Toney Douglas:
    Has impressed people the most in the practices because he is showing an extra gear and a terrific ability to dart laterally both with the dribble and defensively as well. Not a great shooter, but he can get to the rim. His court vision is good. Definitely ready for a rotation spot.

    Jordan Hill:
    Has been very active but is still somewhat raw. Plenty of time to work on offensive moves and to develop more explosiveness, which he should have. He does get after the ball, though. You can't teach that.

    Morris Almond:
    Hasn't stood out much in practice. Aside from the obvious -- dude can shoot -- he doesn't stay active enough to be a consistent threat. Not enough energy and intensity flowing out of him. You can see why he couldn't keep a seat on Jerry Sloan's bench.

    Alex Acker:
    Long and very athletic and, opposite of Almond, very active. Not a great shooter or offensiv threat, however. If he were more like 6-7 or 6-8, he might be more of a given as an NBA small forward. At 6-5, he's a bit undersized for the frontcourt, but perfect to defend shooting guards (like OJ Mayo).

    Blake Ahearn:
    D-League standout, is very flashy and makes you notice. He is very confident with the ball, makes flashy passes -- one-handed variety, around his back, under the arm of a defender, etc. -- and can shoot it. Struggles defensively and doesn't always make the safe pass (a little too careless), but the real issue for him at the NBA level is his first step. Not much blow-by speed there to beat people off the dribble.

    Predicts tomorrow's starting five:
    PG Toney Douglas
    SG Morris Almond
    SF Alex Acker
    PF Jordan Hill
    C Saer Sene

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    Looking forward to forward to the first summer league game. Been a while since I've seen the Knicks play. My prediction: Toney Douglas will score at least 25 points. Jordan Hill probably won't won't look great in the first game, he's been struggling in practice. By the end of the week he should be good though.

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44
    Looking forward to forward to the first summer league game. Been a while since I've seen the Knicks play. My prediction: Toney Douglas will score at least 25 points. Jordan Hill probably won't won't look great in the first game, he's been struggling in practice. By the end of the week he should be good though.
    So far Almond scored already all of our 4 points.

    first he went to the hole then he hit a jumper from like 18-20 ft away.

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    Douglas is playing nice his shot is money and his defense is dirty

    Hill is looking alright playing solid D but he isnt getting much touches


    so far im liking the picks

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    where can i watch this gm, channelsurfing is showin the washington game on the knicks link

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    Originally Posted by the portable man
    where can i watch this gm, channelsurfing is showin the washington game on the knicks link
    It's on MSG.

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    Hill has a real nose for the ball and he is a gritty player. His offense isn't looking too great, but other then that he is looking good.

    Douglas is running the game pretty well and his D is nasty.

    Almond is looking good.

    Tskitsvili is impressing me. Good hands, blocking shots, hitting a 3. Deff the kinda center for a Dantoni type system, except we already have Darko.


    And DAMN!

    Eddy Curry is still fat as ****. My hopes were dashed now...

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    no tv

    nvm i found it, ATDHE dot NET

    all summer lg games on there

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    douglas @ point is mediocre offensively, but really good on defense

    nate is still a much better option @ runnin team in all aspects

    jordan hill is killin it, hasheem cant block his ****

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    Toney Douglas is definitely showing some more than Jordan Hill. Jordan Hill, at 8th pick he should be slaming that ball right in that court. He is considered one of the best big man in the draft. I do not see that in this first game.

    Tsikishvili has impressed me a lot. The things he showed today is what we need at center. Block shots, make nice passes, and hit threes. WOW.

    Also, Maurice Almond is showing that he can be a good player. Those 1 0r 2 spots that knicks have for players to sign I would definiely sing Tsikishvili.

    p.s. If i was Donnie Walsh I would just start talking about Buying Curry out because he is worth nothing. Absolutely nothing.

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    Originally Posted by the portable man
    douglas @ point is mediocre offensively, but really good on defense

    nate is still a much better option @ runnin team in all aspects

    jordan hill is killin it, hasheem cant block his ****

    oh you slay me portable

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    11 assists and zero turnovers for Toney. He looked comfortable running the team too. It's early and only summer league but I became more optimistic that he can play PG.

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    Originally Posted by NYK4Life
    11 assists and zero turnovers for Toney. He looked comfortable running the team too. It's early and only summer league but I became more optimistic that he can play PG.
    Toney Douglas is better than Chris Duhon. He is definitely the steal of the draft. I just hope Hill will get the NBA game quickly and become an elite PF.

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