I agree, they need to win this one at home. In game three, the Knicks could have won. Hopefully the Knicks realize that, and that last loss gives them some hope of winning. The Knicks will also have a little more offense with Tim Thomas back in the lineup. If they want to win this one, they should seriously consider not playing Shandon Anderson.
definitely bench anderson and use penny and tt along with marbs, fw, sweets, mutombo, and vin
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from NBA.com's game preview:
Jason Collins has just as many fouls (10) as points (10) and has grabbed one rebound in 43 minutes of action in the series.
Shandon Anderson has had a dreadful series, making just 5-of-22 shots from the floor. He has handed out 10 assists but committed eight turnovers.
The Nets have won 13 straight playoff games against Eastern Conference foes.
i say we win by 6
Nets 96 Knicks 79...Swept.....and run off the floor....major roster changes in the Off-season.
Somebody foul anderson and put him away for the rest of the game
finally a lead (8-9)
21-21 after the first quarter
Kurt Thomas 7 pts
S Anderson 4 pts
P Hardaway 4 pts
S Marbury 2 pts
F Williams 2 pts
V Baker 2 pts
This is a must win, after the half, it looks possible lets pray it goes the Knicks way the rest of the game.
46-44 @ halftime
great half by kurt thomas, long time since he's been in such a good shape
one of the longest quarters i ever attended..
even fallen asleep for a couple of times
the nets had once a pretty impressive lead, but we overcame.
end of 3rd quarter: Nets 69 - Knicks 68
goodbye knicks good job this season