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    Knicks need to resolve Noahs situation. Firing Horn would do it and allow him to get back on the floor.

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    Ntilikina knocks down the jumper. You can almost hear him say “Come and get me, Mudiay!”

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    Burke checks into the game for Ntilikina early in the 2nd quarter.

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    Kornet is not shy about shooting the 3. He is now 2 for 4 from 3-point range so far.

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    Kornet 7mins taken 4 3s made 2. That's all he's done is shoot the 3.

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    Originally Posted by htr10
    Burke checks into the game for Ntilikina early in the 2nd quarter.
    Don't like this 3 now 4 PG rotation. Even if they bench Jack, 3 PGs sharing minutes I don't like.

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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    Don't like this 3 now 4 PG rotation. Even if they bench Jack, 3 PGs sharing minutes I don't like.
    Wasn't Hornacek the guy who ran the 3 PG lineups in Phoenix with Dragic, Bledsoe, and Thomas? Maybe Hornacek is going to try to do a bad version of that with our 4 PGs. Seriously, Jack is a good guy, but he needs to sit out some time with an "injury". Ntilikina needs to start. Mudiay and Burke need to compete for minutes off the bench or possibly play together.

    I have a funny feeling that Burke or Mudiay or both are going to show in practice and during games why they've both already washed out from their lottery teams. Ntilikina deserves a real chance. He hasn't even gotten a real rookie year so far. Both Mudiay and Burke averaged over 30 minutes per game their rookie seasons. Ntilikina has barely average 20 minutes per game this season.

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    Hardaway still in that shooting slump, we hope it's a slump and he can shoot better but thats 2 slumps he's been in this season.

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    Originally Posted by htr10
    Wasn't Hornacek the guy who ran the 3 PG lineups in Phoenix with Dragic, Bledsoe, and Thomas? Maybe Hornacek is going to try to do a bad version of that with our 4 PGs. Seriously, Jack is a good guy, but he needs to sit out some time with an "injury". Ntilikina needs to start. Mudiay and Burke need to compete for minutes off the bench or possibly play together.

    I have a funny feeling that Burke or Mudiay or both are going to show in practice and during games why they've both already washed out from their lottery teams. Ntilikina deserves a real chance. He hasn't even gotten a real rookie year so far. Both Mudiay and Burke averaged over 30 minutes per game their rookie seasons. Ntilikina has barely average 20 minutes per game this season.
    Horn ran those guys as PG and SG. What does Horn do with CLee and THJ? Not sure it matters anymore with KP out but Nits needs to start and play against the other teams first unit.

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    We trail 52 - 41 at the half. We shoot 36% from the field in the 1st half. What is the point of this? Heavy playing time for Jack, Lee, Beasley, O’Quinn, and Lance Thomas and we’re still getting handled easily. This is painful to watch. Ntilikina continues to play well in limited minutes. Just roll with him already.

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    Hardaway’s shootng slump continues. 2-9 from the field (0-4 from 3)....

    Beasley can score... Lee and Jack still playing too many minutes. Kornet looks good. Go Knits.

    Way to early to give up on him. He’s gonna be fine. He may not be a star but he’s fine... can’t wait to see how much he improves next 2 years.

    Like how the team is competing.... now go get me an “L” to bank for my lottery odds.

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    THJ hits a 3. He apparently was 1 for his prior 24 3-point attempts.

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    THJ makes a 3 off the dribble now 2-25 over the last few games.

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    Toronto looks like their halftime plan was to come out and just screw around for a while. They’re playing very sloppy with bad shot selection and our starting unit has cut the lead to 6 in the 3rd quarter.

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    Toronto has turned it on and stretched the lead to 14.

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