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    Default Game Thread - New York Knicks vs Los Angeles Lakers - March 12, 2015

    10:30PM start likely to eliminate all the remaining fans from watching that weren't already eliminated by this terrible season. PJ in attendance and he gave some strong indications earlier today that one, he does not plan on turning over the entire roster for next season and two, he is open to trading the upcoming lottery pick if it helps us otherwise build our roster significantly. Whatever. Let's just get this season over with already.

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    Early with a nice baseline drive for the slam. He didn't get very many minutes on Tuesday after a nice effort on Monday. It will be interesting to see how much burn Early gets tonight.

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    THJ with back to back 3 pointers here in the 2nd quarter. After missing the last 2 games with injury, I'm sure he's seen the writing on the wall for what can happen to his role with the team going forward now that Galloway and Shved are around.

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    THJ hits a third straight from beyond the arc to get the Lakers lead down to 2.

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    Maybe the triangle offense just works better in LA. We hang 60 in the first half for a 6 point halftime lead after struggling to break 80 points the last few games.

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    knicks almost blew a 14 pt lead with 3 1/2 minutes left. kinda lame. THJR had a decent night, as did Early. Galloway with a good night of dishing, swishing, a couple threes, and an awesome left handed putback. good play from young king cole, who i still think deserves more minutes. Jason Smith actually showing up and doing some good for a change.

    for some reason, the knicks were in the flow tonight, not turning the ball over, passing well, up until the 4Q when they almost gave away the lead. tra la la la la, the tank will return soon enough.

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    CC you didn't mention Bargnani. Get ready for another season with him. I see PJ offering him a 2yr deal, team option 2nd year. He's been the Knicks best player and with Phil saying that he has to bring back some of this roster, I see him coming back if its at the right price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiger0330 View Post
    CC you didn't mention Bargnani. Get ready for another season with him. I see PJ offering him a 2yr deal, team option 2nd year. He's been the Knicks best player and with Phil saying that he has to bring back some of this roster, I see him coming back if its at the right price.
    I don't see Bargs willing to resign with the Knicks ....

    Phil Jax D.League Knicks team -vs- Phil Jax D.League Lakers team
    Last season this time the D.League Lakers beat the no-effort Knicks.
    Last night the D.League Knicks beat the D.League Lakers.

    I watched the first half of the game where THJ shot 5 for 5 from the 3 ball line, then i turn the channel to a NBA Game Spurs vs Cavs.
    The difference between the two games were like front row seats in the neighborhood park game vs front row seats in a NBA postseason game .... both were entertaining levels of B.ball GO Knicks!!!!!!

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    Kyrie had a great game. The Cavs have 2 number one picks that are franchise players. PJ in saying he might trade the Knicks pick is because he boxed himself in with Melo, he can't wait 3-4 years for a 19 yr old to develop to complement Melo.

    The right way to rebuild the Knicks is to keep the number one and trade Melo for younger players and more picks. I'll take it back if KD comes to NY and says its because of Melo or if any impact player says it but I don't see it happening.

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