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    Game Thread After Lee's Tribute, Amare will sh*t on him....Warriors Knicks Game Thread

    Golden State Warriors(5-2) vs New York Knicks (3-4)
    Tonight at 7:30pm ET





    Welcome to the Official MSG....I mean KingStarbury3 Game Thread

    We're in for a tough one tonight folks
    The Warriors have been no joke
    The **** needs to work on his stroke
    All Chandlers wants to do is light up and toke (Cant say i blame him)

    Over the last couple of games our team has been meltin
    So please save us Amare and Raymond Felton
    We need Douglas and Fields to be helpin
    When it comes to Mosgov, someone needs to help him (work with him)


    Enough with the poetry
    Im KingStarbury3 but yall already know its me

    arite, im gonna stop now





    Steph Curry has been a beast and in my opinion the Warriors have been one of the top 3 most entertaining teams to watch to start this season.




    Monta Ellis is listed as day to day. I dont think hes gonna play tonight, which gives us a chance to win this game. Hes averaging just under 28 points per game to lead the NBA and hes been very efficient in doing so.

    The Warriors have some solid role players that have helped them get off to the fast start




    David Lee is averaging over 12 points and 11 rebounds a game while playing his terry cloth defense, that means very soft




    Dorell Wright....hes really stepped up his game this year and proven that he can do some of everything




    Small forward Reggie Williams has been inconsistent to start the season, but hes some good games and the Knicks need to look to keep him under their radar.




    Andris Be-a-b*tch has been a solid center for the Warriors so far this season




    Now its time for me to break down our Knicks




    Raymond Felton had too many turnovers against the Bucks but hes played with alotta heart and has shown leadership. Honestly, after having Duhon for 2 years Felton can do no wrong in my eyes. Hes passing the ball well. He'll get even better as we play more games.

    Felton will have his hands full tonight matched up against Stephen Curry










    I'm impressed with the potential of Landry Fields, however....I'm not that impressed with him as of right now. I think hes still got alotta things he can work on, like most players on our team. He shouldnt be starting for us and I cant wait til Azubuike comes back










    Some Knicks fans consider Gallo to be a D Leaguer while other Knicks fans...excuse me, Gallo fans...see him as an all star. I dont see him as either, I think hes a role player. Gallinari is off to a slow start this year, perhaps because of trade rumors. I feel like with his shooting, he can really impact how good or bad we are. Hes gotta be consistent.









    Well its safe to say that hes gonna need some time to learn how to play without Steve Nash. In the early goings, Stoudamire has been turnover prone and somewhat inconsistent but as time goes on he'll become more efficient. He should have no problem being efficient tonight against David Lee, who we all know doesnt play any defense.








    If anyone on this team is gonna be referred to as a D leaguer, this is the guy. I like his potential, hes shown he can run the floor very well and block shots but hes got a long ways to go.




    Our bench:

    Toney Douglas has been inconsistent but I do believe that he'll get things together soon. Hes an extremely hard worker on defense and he can knock down the three.

    Anthony Randolph did a nice job on the boards against the Bucks. His offense was shaky, but if theres anything good to take from that game, its Randolphs rebounding. Perhaps he could get a little bit stronger and play center for us someday

    Ronny Turiaf....no homo but I have a man crush on him

    Wilson Chandler has been off the past few games but I expect him to play good tonight.





    In conclusion, I expect this to be a high scoring game but do not underestimate the Warriors defense, they have improved from last year surprisingly. Any time you add David Lee to a team you expect the opposite to happen. It must be because the other players are stepping up. If we're not knocking down shots tonight, Stephen Curry and the Warriors will blow us out no homo.


    Before the game Ill be puffin on some listening to the song of the day

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    We need this win tonight to stop the bleeding. Look for Amare to go hard at Lee and Riverside Ray to continue his nice play. Gallo needs to dominate and lets pray for an AR awakening.

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    Riverside Ray Felton busting dimes on kats!


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    looks like me and Trillion are the biggest Felton stans on this site....lol im just playin trill, but its really nice having this guy instead of Duhoe

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    Originally Posted by KingStarbury3
    looks like me and Trillion are the biggest Felton stans on this site....lol im just playin trill, but its really nice having this guy instead of Duhoe
    Agreed Duhon was weak like clock radio speakers.

    BTW, am I the only one that thinks Riverside Ray looks like Pac playing Bishop in Juice? Not Pac...Pac as Bishop. Something about his grin and mannerisms always makes me think of Juice...

    We need to start the Riverside Ray nickname movement. Dope ass nickname IMHO.

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    Originally Posted by TR1LL10N
    Agreed Duhon was weak like clock radio speakers.

    BTW, am I the only one that thinks Riverside Ray looks like Pac playing Bishop in Juice? Not Pac...Pac as Bishop. Something about his grin and mannerisms always makes me think of Juice...

    We need to start the Riverside Ray nickname movement. Dope ass nickname IMHO.
    to be honest i dont really see it but thats the GOAT nickname for him

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    Top thread!

    We've gotta keep Lee and Biedrins off the glass.

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    I knew Lee was going to have a good game. This lost is going to stir up the nest 4sure. Dolan was highly pissed off.

    I think the chopping block will be out soon enough...

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    Originally Posted by Real NY Baller
    I knew Lee was going to have a good game. This lost is going to stir up the nest 4sure. Dolan was highly pissed off.

    I think the chopping block will be out soon enough...
    It was surreal watching Lee get to the line after Amare bricked his ft's.

    Lee made 1/2, but it's almost beside the point.

    When Amare was at the line, I sensed and saw tightness, and felt insecure as fan. When he bricked, I was horrified, but not terribly surprised.

    When Lee got to the line, you saw composure, and it almost felt like money in the bank.

    Granted, Amare still had a very nice game, and is certainly a better player. But it certainly muddies the clarity in the conviction that Amare 100M >>>>> Lee 80M or whatever it would have been. And no matter could be a growing PR nightmare.

    Also, already the talk of the town is that Amare is more a "2", and needs a "dominant" player to play alongside.

    The main reason Lee was abandoned as so, was because he was supposed to be so inferior to Amare in being able to lead and command that type of status.

    Now, Amare "needs" the very same type of player Lee "needed". And albeit, Lee was -- and is -- always thought to be the "pure 2" to be a masterful compliment to a "1".

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    all the DLEE doubters, who said his double-double prowess was based on the SSOL can suck it. DLEE is now in his prime and one of the smartest basketball players in the league. Knicks mgmt blew it not offering him multi-year deal 2 years ago. He sounded pretty ticked off about Knicks not even offering him less money to stay with team. According to Walsh and 'Antoni, Knicks had to "fill out" team instead of resigning LEE. Seems to me they still need a center, which DLEE AND STAT are capable of playing. Just think, if Knicks chose PG Jennings instead of Jordan Hill, and C Brook Lopez instead of Gallo, we'd be an entirely different team, with different needs. But NOOOOOOOO. we had to spend money on Feltip and Moscow to fill those positions, with more or less same money we'd have spent to retain DLEE. I hate 'Antoni's smiling face when discussing all the mistakes they've made. Our defense still blows, giving up 122 points is not going to win games. Perhaps Bony Tufiaf could have made a difference this game, who knows? Too much Gallo to start and end game, not enough Laundry Folding. If Knicks weren't spectacular at FT line most of game, we'd have been out of it long before. Seeing DLEE outperform entire team just made me sick.

    "Just do what you do" - same thing 'Antoni said to N8.
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    Originally Posted by CoolClyde
    all the DLEE doubters, who said his double-double prowess was based on the SSOL can suck it. DLEE is now in his prime and one of the smartest basketball players in the league. Knicks mgmt blew it not offering him multi-year deal 2 years ago. He sounded pretty ticked off about Knicks not even offering him less money to stay with team. According to Walsh and 'Antoni, Knicks had to "fill out" team instead of resigning LEE. Seems to me they still need a center, which DLEE AND STAT are capable of playing. Just think, if Knicks chose PG Jennings instead of Jordan Hill, and C Brook Lopez instead of Gallo, we'd be an entirely different team, with different needs. But NOOOOOOOO. we had to spend money on Feltip and Moscow to fill those positions, with more or less same money we'd have spent to retain DLEE. I hate 'Antoni's smiling face when discussing all the mistakes they've made. Our defense still blows, giving up 122 points is not going to win games. Perhaps Bony Tufiaf could have made a difference this game, who knows? Too much Gallo to start and end game, not enough Laundry Folding. If Knicks weren't spectacular at FT line most of game, we'd have been out of it long before. Seeing DLEE outperform entire team just made me sick.

    "Just do what you do" - same thing 'Antoni said to N8.
    He's no coach, he's a ****stache egomaniac loser.
    you know we suck.
    Thank you thank you thank you! somebody finally see's and understands why we should have kept Lee.The knicks screwed up on this one big time and after lastnights performance I hope they now realise that.DLEE was worth every bit of that money imo and im glad he got it.He wanted to be in NY and after watching him get teary eyed last night I think he still wants to be here.After I seen we was going to lose it was kind of sweet watching Dlee knock down that ft to win the game just to rub it in the NY front office's face.I'll never get over not signing Lee back and trading him away for players that will take three to four more years for us to even see how good they are. The knicks screwed up on this one big time!!!

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    Aside from one or two blocks per game, taking a charge or two, can someone honestly tell me why Amar'e is BETTER than Lee? Just because Lee isn't the explosive force Amar'e is doesn't make him better. imo, Lee is the better offensive player. Just smooth.

    This is not to say Amar'e might not be more positively effected for this team. He's good. 100 million is too much.

    I like Amar'e. I'm not mad this all went down cause I support Amar'e and he might turn it around big time (hopefully earning that money), I just don't see why people got so excited by him alone.
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    Originally Posted by iSaYughh
    It was surreal watching Lee get to the line after Amare bricked his ft's.

    Lee made 1/2, but it's almost beside the point.

    When Amare was at the line, I sensed and saw tightness, and felt insecure as fan. When he bricked, I was horrified, but not terribly surprised.

    When Lee got to the line, you saw composure, and it almost felt like money in the bank.

    Granted, Amare still had a very nice game, and is certainly a better player. But it certainly muddies the clarity in the conviction that Amare 100M >>>>> Lee 80M or whatever it would have been. And no matter could be a growing PR nightmare.

    Also, already the talk of the town is that Amare is more a "2", and needs a "dominant" player to play alongside.

    The main reason Lee was abandoned as so, was because he was supposed to be so inferior to Amare in being able to lead and command that type of status.

    Now, Amare "needs" the very same type of player Lee "needed". And albeit, Lee was -- and is -- always thought to be the "pure 2" to be a masterful compliment to a "1".
    I hear ya...
    Maybe we should have gotten Steve Austin, he was only worth 1 Million. Money hardly gets you quality anymore...

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    Originally Posted by iSaYughh
    It was surreal watching Lee get to the line after Amare bricked his ft's.

    Lee made 1/2, but it's almost beside the point.

    When Amare was at the line, I sensed and saw tightness, and felt insecure as fan. When he bricked, I was horrified, but not terribly surprised.

    When Lee got to the line, you saw composure, and it almost felt like money in the bank.

    Granted, Amare still had a very nice game, and is certainly a better player. But it certainly muddies the clarity in the conviction that Amare 100M >>>>> Lee 80M or whatever it would have been. And no matter could be a growing PR nightmare.

    Also, already the talk of the town is that Amare is more a "2", and needs a "dominant" player to play alongside.

    The main reason Lee was abandoned as so, was because he was supposed to be so inferior to Amare in being able to lead and command that type of status.

    Now, Amare "needs" the very same type of player Lee "needed". And albeit, Lee was -- and is -- always thought to be the "pure 2" to be a masterful compliment to a "1".
    Have to be fair man.... A lot easier to ice a game, hit the free throws when your team has the lead already, then drain a pair when you need both to tie. WE'VE ALL SEEN DLEE miss his fair share of 4th quarter free throws.

    AND.... STAT swished the three-pointer moments later that sort of made those missed free throws a mute point, right?

    STAT is the more dominating offensive force. He's also more of a leader. It's not even close. Lee is the better rebounder, and probably the safer bet to stay healthy throughout the life of the contract.

    BUT, the reality is which would you prefer:

    STAT, Randolph, Turiaf, Azubuike
    or
    David Lee

    I like Lee. I think it's cool he gets to play with Curry. It's practically the dream duo we almost had here in NY.

    But I bet if you poll NBA PF's around the NBA, they would prefer to go up against DLEE than AMAR'E.

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    Originally Posted by mafra
    Have to be fair man.... A lot easier to ice a game, hit the free throws when your team has the lead already, then drain a pair when you need both to tie. WE'VE ALL SEEN DLEE miss his fair share of 4th quarter free throws.

    AND.... STAT swished the three-pointer moments later that sort of made those missed free throws a mute point, right?

    STAT is the more dominating offensive force. He's also more of a leader. It's not even close. Lee is the better rebounder, and probably the safer bet to stay healthy throughout the life of the contract.

    BUT, the reality is which would you prefer:

    STAT, Randolph, Turiaf, Azubuike
    or
    David Lee

    I like Lee. I think it's cool he gets to play with Curry. It's practically the dream duo we almost had here in NY.

    But I bet if you poll NBA PF's around the NBA, they would prefer to go up against DLEE than AMAR'E.
    Can't say I disagree with any of this. BUT, we were fed how much more DOMINANT Amare is...so much more of a ONE...a different class from Lee.

    Now its Amare NEEDS a BETTER PG than the man we spent bucks on to IMPROVE upon Duhon. Or he NEEDS a "1" himself!

    Cmon..this was the same mantra with Lee. We gave STAT, the older more injury prone player 20M+ more than Lee so **** like this wouldn't be getting discussed...

    And now its Lee is thriving off of Steph-C??? SMH. I thought his beefy numbers last year was because Duhound & Co. were so BAD...

    Lee was what he was. That's clarity, and clarity lays the foundation for success.

    And anyways, all this talk of we need more FACILITATORS...a true number 1....doesn't it seem like Lee fits that complimentary bill to perfection?

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