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    Game Thread Knicks V Hawks - Wed Feb ①⑥: Bitterness Ensues



    Garner the strength in your loins my fellow brothers in finger banging. It's another thread ala stimuli in which we cheer and jeer together under one banner.






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    WE ARE THE

    NEW YORK KNICKS



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    All jests aside, we're facing a conference foe on our turf.




    Atlanta. Had our number for years. This one's about redemption, solidification and unification.

    AND IT'S BITTER!



    PREPARE FOR A BATTLE OF THE SKIES!





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    Probing The Enemy



    Rebounding, as our chief source of inadequacy, is of greater concern than usual V Atlanta.

    Per game - including 2nd unit players - the Hawks average 32.1 rebounds throughout positions 3-5, for a total of 40.1 rebounds each outing. That's an average. Circumstantial per opponent.

    The Knicks, however, average 27 RPG through positions 3-5 and in a system revolving around volume scoring, that is (and will remain) a handicap.



    FG% for and against: This again is relative to the 'system' and it's theoretical success. Atlanta have a FG% of .467 while allowing .451 defensively. The Knicks, unsurprisingly, have a lower conversion rate of .464 while allowing .466

    Sadly, given the season's former encounters, beating ATL requires defensive effort.

    Scusi?








    Crazy8s Big Fat Fact

    Knicks record when hitting on 12 or more 3s in a single game:

    11-1

    WHACK!

    Only 12 games! Had a rectal prolapse on processing that info.






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    welcome back hahahaha

    looking good!

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    Some say his sperm has teeth! bwahahah classic

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    Amare Stoudemire(notes) is eager to try to return for the New York Knicks’ final game before the All-Star break. It could be a physical affair.

    The Knicks have suffered two nine-point losses to the Atlanta Hawks and the last meeting featured a fight heading into Wednesday night’s game at Madison Square Garden.

    Stoudemire missed his first game of the season Saturday in New York’s 105-95 win at New Jersey due to a sprained right big toe. The Knicks (27-26) have been off since that game, and the All-Star forward believes he’ll be back against the Hawks (34-20).


    “I should be ready to go by Wednesday,” Stoudemire said.

    He will probably need to be at his best since Atlanta won 99-90 at New York on Nov. 27 and 111-102 at home Jan. 28.

    “We got a game Wednesday against Atlanta, it’s going to be a tough game,” Stoudemire said. “That’s the last game before the break so we can go into the break on a good note if we get that win and get great rest for the second half of the year.”

    Last month’s meeting took place in what forward Josh Smith(notes) called a “playoff atmosphere.” The intensity was evident due to an incident involving Atlanta’s Marvin Williams(notes) and New York’s Shawne Williams(notes).

    With 43.7 seconds remaining, Marvin Williams pushed Shawne Williams in the back, starting a brief altercation that led to each player being ejected and charged with fighting fouls. Marvin Williams was suspended for two games and Shawne Williams one game for throwing punches.

    Smith was also fined $25,000 for making an obscene gesture during the game.

    Stoudemire has averaged 25.5 points in the losses to Atlanta, but shot 44.4 percent. The Hawks placed five players in double figures both times, with Al Horford(notes) averaging 18.0 points and 11.5 rebounds while helping slow down Stoudemire.

    New York shot 27.0 (where we ****ing live and die with what is a very talented offensive team. Why?) percent on 3-pointers in those games. Atlanta is one of the league’s best in defending the 3 at 32.9 percent.

    The Knicks were much better from long range Saturday, making 16 of 34.

    “I thought the ball movement was a little bit better,” coach Mike D’Antoni said. “We could penetrate and got into the lane a little bit and kicked it out. When we do that, we usually find good shots.”

    The Hawks opened a stretch of seven straight road games with Monday’s 94-79 victory at Detroit. They improved to 17-11 on the road for the second-best mark in the East after losing two straight at home.

    “We haven’t handled our business at home,” coach Larry Drew said. “It may be a good time to go out on the road.”

    Smith had 27 points and 14 rebounds for the Hawks, winners of eight of 10 on the road.

    “Teams are going to have tough times,” Smith said. “It’s how you work yourself out of it. We didn’t stop believing and we just played that much harder tonight.”

    Smith is averaging 25.0 points on 58.2 percent shooting and 10.3 rebounds in his last four games. Leading scorer Joe Johnson(notes), meanwhile, is averaging 10.3 points on 37.1 percent shooting in his last three.

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    Why play STAT in this game? Give him as big a break as possible as the race for 6th percolates.

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    Should be a great game.

    I still believe we are venly matched with ATL. almost every matchup tonight is going to be intresting. Bibby and Felton is the one im looking at.

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    damn *****s tryna get dirty already?

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    feltons gonna take jumpers people expect him to take no jumpers every game cool off...

    great interior defence so far

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    ok I think we might have the beginning of a rivalry here.....

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    I was really impressed with how well the bench played in the 2nd quarter. Our bench managed to hold the fort really well against a very talented Hawks team, and they're actually playing defense tonight for the first time in what seems like ages.

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    Originally Posted by elcol
    feltons gonna take jumpers people expect him to take no jumpers every game cool off...

    great interior defence so far
    really like wtf do you guys expect, nd hes having a good game on top of that!

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    ...This one should be in the bag.

    It's games like this that make me realize how sad I'll be after the Carmelo trade. I like Wilson Chandler, I like Danilo Gallinari, I think Fields is the man...seeing any of these guys go is going to suck...

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    yeah man its rough, everything we hate about miami heat we will become if the trade goes through, amare and melo and a bunch of scrubs, just like the heat.

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    Originally Posted by SSj4Wingzero
    ...This one should be in the bag.

    It's games like this that make me realize how sad I'll be after the Carmelo trade. I like Wilson Chandler, I like Danilo Gallinari, I think Fields is the man...seeing any of these guys go is going to suck...
    yeah but give them credit if this was their last game here as Knicks five of them we're in doubles figures. This was a great way to say goodbye.

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