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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    Not surprised by Jackson's game after mentioning how much I liked him in SL. Doncic still my ROY guy though, his experience is what differentiates him from the other rooks.
    This rookie class is kind of sneaky nasty. Doncic has been so good but now that the Cavs have freed Sexton watch the young bul make things debatable

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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    Big play by Burke. Steals the ball on their side outlets to Mudiay who skies over Temple for a facial and an ONE. Knicks lead 97-93 after Mudiay hits his FT.
    Let's get the highlight with Breen on it


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    MEM has 19 blocks and we still win. Great win.

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    Originally Posted by Broadway
    This rookie class is kind of sneaky nasty. Doncic has been so good but now that the Cavs have freed Sexton watch the young bul make things debatable
    Sexton another kid I commented on at the draft saying his college highlights were worthy of an 8th pick unlike Nits. Also said G-A and him have a natural feel for the game that you wish Nits had when we were discussing whether the kid was a PG.

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    You see Knits switch on Jax and handle him on the block. Knits may not ever be anything close to all star special, but he can be another Bruce Bowen type (and an important piece on a championship caliber team).

    At 20, we just have to remain patient and take the wait and see approach. Hes probably more of a Charlie Ward type than anything else and not worthy of the 8th pick... but who knows what were thinking about this pick in 2023.

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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    If Enes could block shots like that kid JJ. We'd be talking about giving Enes a max contract not letting him go.
    Kanter's experience makes him a offensive-Keeper .. a 2 to 4 yr extended contract before we sign any outside FA.
    The way Vonleh has been performing lately his 2-Way performance has lifted-up several of his teammates level of play, another Keeper.
    Rookie MitchRob performance has been improving to become a winning role-player as the season goes on from playing in lineups with Kanter or Vonleh.
    The above 3 BIGS mention above are Keepers .... Tired-KP and Knox are projects !!!

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    The win snapped a seven-game New York losing streak in Memphis. New York had not defeated the Grizzlies on Memphis' home court since a 110-108 victory on March 9, 2011.

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    Happy to see a 3 game winning streak, but if Im not mistaken, we had a 3 game winning streak at one point around this time last year. Like to see this team keep playing at this level and not do the usual Knicks thing of recent years of no showing the last 4 months of the season.

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    Originally Posted by htr10
    Happy to see a 3 game winning streak, but if Im not mistaken, we had a 3 game winning streak at one point around this time last year. Like to see this team keep playing at this level and not do the usual Knicks thing of recent years of no showing the last 4 months of the season.
    Yeah .. last season we did have a few 3 game win streaks, plus we had a 4 game win streak, that's when coach Horn let guards Jack & Lee take rookie Frank Nitty under their wing letting Frank work on his passing skills for assist plus free-lance his defensive-skills in the 4th quarter throughout those winning streaks. The defensive-scheme we got from Quinn, Mcderm, Lee, and Frank put wins in our column.

    Last night Knicks win over the Grizz, the Knicks Burke, Mudiay, and Kanter put on a dynamic 2nd half Knick show .. they wore the Grizz star players Conley & Gasol down the final 5 minutes of the game for our 3rd straight Knicks win !!!
    GO Knicks !!!!

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    When we win few games in a row we trigger two things: the first thing is the teams start recognizing us as a valid team, so they start and play the game in a different mentality which will make games much harder for us, and the second thing is that teams start pay attention to our unknown players and acknowledge them, for example they will start seeing how Mudiay and Burk move and how to contain them, this will make life much harder of course for the players and i guess that is the rookie wall..... if we can absorb these two factors and continue winning, then we are a winning team, if not then back to the losing phase and lottery balls....

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