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    Game Thread New York Knicks vs. Indiana Pacers 01/03/2010

    New York Knicks (13-20) vs. Indiana Pacers (10-22)
    Sun. 01/03/2010 at 6:00pm ET at MSG







    Welcome everyone, I'm your host Danutz39 presenting tonight's game between the NY Knicks and Indiana Pacers.

    Tonight's game preview from ESPN.com:


    ''Whatever message New York Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni was trying to deliver to Nate Robinson by benching him for 14 games worked for at least one night. Coming off a season-high 41-point effort, Robinson is expected to be back in D'Antoni's rotation Sunday night when the Knicks host the Indiana Pacers. With the Knicks (13-20) stuck in a 1/3 slide, D'Antoni gave Robinson his first playing time since Dec. 1 in Friday's game in Atlanta. "I was just real, real nervous," Robinson said after handing out eight assists and hitting 18 of 24 shots in the 112-108 overtime victory. "I was just going to do everything he asked me to do." D'Antoni offered an explanation for sitting the 5-foot-9 slam dunk champion. "We've just been trying to get (Nate) focused on winning, and he obviously was focused on that tonight," said D'Antoni, whose team went 8-6 with Robinson benched.
    The Knicks will try to avoid a third straight home loss after winning a season-high six in a row there. They'll focus on an Indiana team that's looking for consecutive wins for the first time since Dec. 11-12. The Pacers (10-22) snapped their eight-game slide Saturday with a 122-111 victory over Minnesota. Earl Watson and A.J. Price combined for 20 points, 15 assists and just two of Indiana's season-low nine turnovers in place of benched starter T.J. Ford. Indiana, 3-5 in the second game of back-to-backs, will try to snap a six-game road losing streak with its eighth victory in 10 visits to MSG. In their only game in New York this season, the Pacers held the Knicks without a field goal for the last 9-plus minutes in a 101-89 win on Nov. 4.''

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    And now the teams:





    Starting line-up:


    PG. CHRIS DUHON

    SG. WILSON CHANDLER
    SF. JARRED JEFFRIES
    PF. DANILO GALLINARI
    C. DAVID LEE




    Reserves:

    TONEY DOUGLAS

    NATE ROBINSON
    LARRY HUGHES
    AL HARRINGTON
    JORDAN HILL



    Coach: MIKE D'ANTONI





    VS.






    Starting line-up:

    PG. T J. FORD

    SG. DANTHAY JONES
    SF. MIKE DUNLEAVY
    PF. TROY MURPHY
    C. SOLOMON JONES



    Reserves:

    EARL WATSON

    BRANDON RUSH

    TYLER HANSBROUGH
    JOSH McROBERTS
    ROY HIBBERT



    Coach: JIM O'BRIEN




    My prediction for tonight's game:

    Knicks 108 Pacers 96

    Enjoy the game and Lets go KNICKS









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    Holy **** Gallo dunked on someone...and people said he wasn't athletic.

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    Great dunk by gallo a couple minutes ago and now the three. Gallo is looking like a superstar.


    Nice game thread Danutz.

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    Good to see nate in the game.


    Lee's ballin'.


    Damn, these pacers really suck.

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    No Granger, Murphy, Hans, I better see Hill in this blowout!

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    Off to a auspicious start as Clyde would say. Damn Gallo threw it down with authority and as usual DLee killing it already. I'm just happy there isn't any more drama, now that the Nate situation has been done with and he's back in the rotation. Great team play and defense so far. Keep it up Knicks.

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    Enjoy the game guyz

    If we take away that 1-9 start this team is actualy playing .500 ball. We are 12-11 since looking at 13-11. We still have a way to go (not losing to bad teams aka nets) but it looks as we turned the corner.

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    We're not going to need Nate to put up another 40 point game in this one.



    If d'antoni doesn't put douglas and hill at the end of this blow-out game, then d'antoni is a worser coach than I thought.

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    Good ball movement for most of the game. The Nate and Al lineup is a real killer though. Gallo never touched the ball when they were in together, and our defense fell apart.

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    This is madness, 72 points at halftime with a 32 point lead!!
    Definitely a great way to go back at work in the morning

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    Originally Posted by Arod2k9
    No Granger, Murphy, Hans, I better see Hill in this blowout!
    Jordan Hill is another Damntoni personal story.

    The Knicks are looking to good in this game....Gallo driving pass three defenders for the Dunky-Dunk had me fall out my seat.
    He gets Props for that Dunk, now start shooting some 20 ft shots rather than all those 3's

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    The Big **** BANGS it in on Hibbert!!!

    Hes showin that hes got a very high basketball IQ and hes gonna keep gettin better the more he plays.

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    Damn, we shutting them down.

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    We scored 101 points with 2.59 left in the third. WWWWWOOOOOOOWWWWWWWW

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    Jordan Hill is another Damntoni personal story.
    42 point lead, play Hill damn! I don't want d'antoni to get this kid to think he can't play. Give him a quarter to see what he can do.

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