View Poll Results: Which Knick player has the best chance of being an All Star in 2011?

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  • Al Harrington

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  • David Lee

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  • Wilson Chandler

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  • Danilo Gallinari

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Thread: New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards Game Thread 1/30/2010

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    Default New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards Game Thread 1/30/2010

    New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards Game Thread

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    David Lee and the Knicks
    19.6 points per game, 55.6% fg, 11.6 rebounds, 3.4 assists

    vs.


    Antawn Jamison and the Wizards
    21.5 points per game, 46.9% fg, 8.6 rebounds, 1.3 assists


    The Knicks are coming off a 2 point loss to the
    Toronto Raptors
    . In the loss, David Lee had one of the best games of his early career, putting up 29 points and grabbing 18 rebounds.


    The Wizards are coming off a 2 point win over the Nets. Boykins delivered the game winning jump shot, with under a second remaining, to put away the 4-41 Nets.

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    Danilo Gallinari

    vs.


    Caron Butler

    Gallinari is one of the best sophomores in the NBA.
    His 3 point shooting remains to be among the best in the league.

    Butler is a former All Star who can score in a variety of ways. He is still among the best small forwards in the Eastern Conference.

    Starting Lineups
    Knicks
    PG Duhon
    SG Chandler
    SF Gallinari
    PF Jeffries
    C Lee

    Wizards
    PG Foye
    SG Miller
    SF Butler
    PF Jamison
    C Haywood

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    Well at least we don't have to worry about Arenas tonight. The Toronto loss was credited to us giving them a lead early in the game and not executing the last inbound play (it was bad). But hey let's rebound from it and move on and beat the Wizards.

    Oh and did anyone else find it hilarious that the Wizards wanted Rudy and Batum for Haywood. I mean what were they smoking. Portland is not that desperate for a C to trade two young talents. But then again more crazier trades have happened.

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    Originally Posted by TheChosen1
    Well at least we don't have to worry about Arenas tonight. The Toronto loss was credited to us giving them a lead early in the game and not executing the last inbound play (it was bad). But hey let's rebound from it and move on and beat the Wizards.

    Oh and did anyone else find it hilarious that the Wizards wanted Rudy and Batum for Haywood. I mean what were they smoking. Portland is not that desperate for a C to trade two young talents. But then again more crazier trades have happened.
    actually the knicks were bustin they ass early in the game.

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    Right on Knicks actually looked good early before the ball movement fizzled out. Will Jeffries be playing today? I was under the impression he might mis a few from the injury

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    Jamison has been beasting of late, hopefully he doesn't score the lights out today. I don't think Haywood can really contain Lee, so Lee should have a big game. I just hope Lee doesn't make Haywood look like the second coming of Patrick Ewing lol.

    Go Knicks!

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    For the poll I say Gallinari because I think Lee has reached his potential but Gallinari still has room to grow

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    Harrington and Jeffries are questionable for tonights game. If they're both out, we're gonna have a hard time winning. Jeffries really anchors our defense. But the Wizards have sucked this year, so we still have a great chance to win, even without them. On the brightside, maybe this means more minutes for Jordan Hill.

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    Originally Posted by ANU
    actually the knicks were bustin they ass early in the game.

    My fault. I confused myself. This game was horrible. Jamison set career numbers in rebounds and was on with his offensive game. Miller just flat out killed us with shot after shot after shot. Donnie needs to do something asap about this PG and C situation if we want to keep our playoff hopes alive.

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