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Thread: N.Y. KNICKS vs. Phoenix Suns ---> TONIGHT! 10:00PM @ PHX

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    Game Thread N.Y. KNICKS vs. Phoenix Suns ---> TONIGHT! 10:00PM @ PHX

    The N.Y. Knicks




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    The Phoenix Suns







    Knicks-Suns Preview by ESPN.com:


    Amar'e Stoudemire is a big reason why the Phoenix Suns are in position to match their longest winning streak in just over a year while getting closer to returning to the playoffs.

    A visit from the New York Knicks should keep Stoudemire and the Suns rolling.
    Phoenix looks to win its sixth straight game while continuing home dominance over the Knicks on Friday night.
    Stoudemire is connecting on 58.7 percent of his shots to average 30.8 points while adding 10.0 rebounds over the last 11 games, helping the Suns (45-26) to eight victories.
    "He's been great," coach Alvin Gentry said of the forward, who leads the team with 22.9 points and 8.8 boards per game. "We try to take advantage of situations where they try to put undersized guys on him.
    "He's come through for us big time. He's played great.The last month and a half, I think he's been the best player in the NBA."
    Stoudemire backed up that praise Monday, hitting 12 of 15 shots from the field for 37 points while pulling down eight rebounds in a 133-131 win at Golden State that extended the Suns' winning streak to five.
    Phoenix, the league leader in scoring with 110.1 points per game, hasn't won six straight since March 14-25, 2009.
    The Suns, also winners of 10 of 12 at home, appear to be on their way to returning to the playoffs after a one-year absence. They're fifth in the Western Conference, 7 1/2 games ahead of ninth-place Memphis with 11 to play.
    Phoenix trails fourth-place Utah by 1 1/2 games for home-court advantage in the opening round of the playoffs.
    The Suns could gain ground with a seventh consecutive home win over New York (26-45). They've won 15 of the last 19 home meetings with the Knicks, including a 111-103 victory on Dec. 15, 2008 when Stoudemire had 21 points and 14 rebounds.
    However, he was held to 14 points and five boards in a 126-99 loss at New York on Dec. 1.
    The Knicks need to complete their first season sweep of the Suns since 2002-03 and get plenty of help the rest of the way to avoid being eliminated from postseason contention.
    They're 9 1/2 games behind eighth-place Toronto with 11 games left. A loss to Phoenix combined with a Raptors' win against Denver will keep New York from reaching the playoffs for a sixth consecutive season.
    The Knicks have won four of six after beating Denver 109-104 on Tuesday. However, they've dropped 11 of 14 on the road and are opening a five-game trip.
    Danilo Gallinari will try to continue his strong stretch. The forward is averaging 26.3 points over the last three games after getting 28 against the Nuggets.
    Coach Mike D'Antoni is also impressed with Gallinari's strong defensive game.
    "He's a good perimeter defender and he takes pressure or whatever," D'Antoni told the team's official Web site. "He's 6-foot-10, he keeps his feet in front of guys and he does a good job on point guards, guards and (small forwards). He works at it."
    Gallinari had 27 points and 10 rebounds against Phoenix in December.







    Tonight's Starting Line-ups:


    N.Y. Knicks





    Phoenix Suns









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    It's a wrap!!! Peace out y'all...




    Last edited by KING~POETIQ; Mar 26, 2010 at 20:57.

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    Please fire Mike D'Antoni. That is all.

    Good thread, Sly. Did I mention I want D'Antoni to get fired?

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    Please fire Mike D'Antoni. That is all.

    Good thread, Sly. Did I mention I want D'Antoni to get fired?
    Thanks.

    No, I don't think you mentioned it

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    This should be ether an Awesome game or a blow out. D'Assholio will probley be to distracted and will be sitting on the bench starring at Steve Nash.

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    Originally Posted by KnicksWillRiseAgain
    This should be ether an Awesome game or a blow out. D'Assholio will probley be to distracted and will be sitting on the bench starring at Steve Nash.
    D'antoni during the game:





    "Steve's balls are so close...I can almost feel them"

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    Once again the Knicks demonstrate to us the problem of having no defense in the paint, as Robin Lopez comes and burns us...

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    Originally Posted by SLY1984
    D'antoni during the game:





    "Steve's balls are so close...I can almost feel them"
    nice............lol

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    Originally Posted by SLY1984
    D'antoni during the game:





    "Steve's balls are so close...I can almost feel them"
    HAHAHA the whole game he was probley just mumbulling....

    60 second time out, New York

    Toney Douglas: Ok coach what should we do?

    D'Assholio: ......Ehhh Steve nash..................

    Gallinari: Godpapa, may I defend Steve Nash more?

    D'assholio: Meyehhhhhh.........Staudimire.........Italy.....St eve Nash....

    David Lee: Wait, what?

    Gallinari: Godpapa,I want to get nash!

    David Lee: Gallo hes like 5ft tall! why dont you cover someone with alittle more size?

    D'Assholio: NO SHUT UP DAVID! GALLO I WANT YOU TO COVER NASH, THE WHOLE TIME YOUR IN FRONT OF HIM READ HIM THIS POEM I WROTE FOR HIM AND TELL HIM MY ROOM NUMBER!

    Toney Douglas: (Whispers to Walker) Now that **** crazy.



    BREHHHHHHHHH Time out over, your score, Suns 132-90 Knicks

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    Game in a couple minutes....

    Toney Douglas and NUEVA YORK are in the mutha****in house!!!!!!!!!!!

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    So haaaaard

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    The Suns had too much size...we have no centers not even a PF that can play against the centers...Lee got murdered when he played defense and Lopez is a fast center so Lee did have some trouble on offense as well.

    The Suns played better all around in this game....

    They truly are far better than the knicks, you can just tell. But I still find it amazing how the Knicks can crush this team one day and then get crushed the next time they face each other.

    The Knicks are the most inconsistent team in the NBA.

    O ya and fire D'Antoni

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