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 11-04-2009, 02:08 PM         #6541
joeycoughdrops 
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Go Bucks!!:greetings10:
 11-04-2009, 02:21 PM         #6542
TimeIsMoney 
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Drunk, you like the Pacers +5?
 8 years ago '06        #6543
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 TimeIsMoney said:
Drunk, you like the Pacers +5?
No, not really.

Murphy is hurt and not likely to play, meaning Granger would probably play the 4 with Rush and Jones at the wings. They'd be going with a smaller, more uptempo team that is down a shooter playing right into the Knicks hands.

If D'Antoni sticks to the same SL as he played against the Hornets, which I'm sure he will, Chandler will not be undersized at the 4 and would be able to matchup with Granger negating any advantage the Pacers might have had by slotting him at the PF position.

Any Center against "The Doorman" David Lee is a mismatch in my opinion, but Hibbert is prone to being foul prone. If we can get his a.ss in trouble early the Knicks should have no problem with this one.

But again, just my opinion.

*EDITS*

Also take into consideration that this team is getting itself up for its big matchup at home against Bron and the Cavs. Not only that, but they can feed off the energy of the fans in the crowd as they continue to update the Yankees WS game on the scoreboard.


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 11-04-2009, 03:14 PM         #6544
TimeIsMoney 
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 DRuNk 24/7 said:
No, not really.

Murphy is hurt and not likely to play, meaning Granger would probably play the 4 with Rush and Jones at the wings. They'd be going with a smaller, more uptempo team that is down a shooter playing right into the Knicks hands.

If D'Antoni sticks to the same SL as he played against the Hornets, which I'm sure he will, Chandler will not be undersized at the 4 and would be able to matchup with Granger negating any advantage the Pacers might have had by slotting him at the PF position.

Any Center against "The Doorman" David Lee is a mismatch in my opinion, but Hibbert is prone to being foul prone. If we can get his a.ss in trouble early the Knicks should have no problem with this one.

But again, just my opinion.

*EDITS*

Also take into consideration that this team is getting itself up for its big matchup at home against Bron and the Cavs. Not only that, but they can feed off the energy of the fans in the crowd as they continue to update the Yankees WS game on the scoreboard.
Pick a side, sissy. Or either say the line is right on point.
 8 years ago '06        #6545
DRuNk 24/7 6 heat pts OP
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I did pick my side...

I said NO, that I don't like the Pacers +5.

The line is pretty much on point, but the Knicks should cover.
 8 years ago '04        #6546
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S.M.G.'s in the building
 11-04-2009, 07:53 PM         #6547
TimeIsMoney 
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Pacers(Indiana)
Knicks(NewYork) 11/04/09(19:40 ET)
Pacers(Indiana) +5 (-110)

 8 years ago '06        #6548
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 TimeIsMoney said:
Pacers(Indiana)
Knicks(NewYork) 11/04/09(19:40 ET)
Pacers(Indiana) +5 (-110)

Good for you playa...Why do you bother asking if you don't listen to my suggestions anyway? I'm done wasting my time. Good call on the play, I don't know what made you take Indy there...but kudos to you.

This game was worse than the home opener. Facing a depleted and undersized team who's star player played like du doo and getting embarrassed is not a good look. Hughes reverted back to his old ways and Harrington played 1 on 5 the whole second half. Lee's statline was impressive but played horribly on the defensive end.

But who cares?

We just won the World Series!!!!
 8 years ago '04        #6549
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 DRuNk 24/7 said:
We just won the World Series!!!!


Friday @ 11am, will try to make it
 8 years ago '04        #6550
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Chris Duhon entered Wednesday averaging almost 40 minutes per game, about five more than Mike D'Antoni had in mind at the start of the season. A double-overtime loss at Charlotte, then an overtime loss to the 76ers inflated that number, but the key to getting it down is rookie Toney Douglas' development, D'Antoni said. "When I get comfortable with Toney �" the Knicks' coach said, leaving the thought hanging. "I'm comfortable in the first half. The second half, I'm a little �" -- Bergen Record
 11-05-2009, 10:51 AM         #6551
TimeIsMoney 
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[quote=DRuNk 24/7;14736467] Good for you playa...Why do you bother asking if you don't listen to my suggestions anyway? I'm done wasting my time. Good call on the play, I don't know what made you take Indy there...but kudos to you.

There are some teams in this league that we should never trust and definitely the Knicks are in the top of this list. They are coming from an impressive win against the Hornets at home by 117-111, earning their first win of the season. Note that they outscored the Hornets by 40-30 in the fourth quarter and they showed a good sense of urgency to get their first win. Curiously, the Pacers will bring that sense of urgency to the court tonight and I expect that this fact to work favorably for them.

Last night the Pacers were destroyed at home from the Nuggets by 93-111 and the game was basically over after the first quarter because the Pacers were outscored in that span by 13-30. The Nuggets showed a dominating defense through the game and were the aggressors, as they went for the charity stripe 41 times vs just 24 from the Pacers. These two characteristics won’t be matched tonight by the Knicks because they aren’t known of having such intangibles. In the second half and without Troy Murphy (by the way he is out for this contest), Pacers head coach Jim O’Brien used Danny Granger at the PF position and I believe that he will use Granger tonight in this position once again.

The Pacers are 0-3, but they faced three teams that will likely have positive records: Atlanta, Miami and Denver, so this will be their first real “winnable” game of the season. A unit constituted by Ford, Rush, Jones, Granger and Hibbert can outscore the Knicks and they will have the emotional edge of being still winless in the season and they will be fired up for tonight’s contest.. Meanwhile the Knicks are primed for a letdown after their big win against the Hornets and my fair line for this contest is them to be favored by just one ball possession. With us getting value on the Pacers in here, I’ll be taking Indiana.

I listened to you when you liked us against the Bobcats, and you agreed with the Over in the Sixers game. So i don't know why you think you're wasting time? I like your insight and it'll help me in the future IMO. I just felt Knicks were the square play for those reasons up top, and possible look ahead.


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 8 years ago '06        #6552
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I can definitely agree that yesterday could have been a trap game in looking forward to Friday night and LeBron, but that was probably the only thing I'd have worried about in last night's game.

The Knicks matched up perfectly, especially with Granger at the 4. The Knicks, like you said, are just one of those teams that can't be trusted when laying down.
 8 years ago '06        #6553
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I made a GAMETHREAD for Friday night's Nationally Televised Game against the Cavs.



I know plenty of you have voiced your opinion on LBJ, so I do apologize for the theme of the thread. But in all honesty, that's all we're going to be hearing about until he signs the extension on the dotted line.

It's only fitting that he is in NY on the day New York celebrates a championship. This could honestly be one of the most important dates in Knicks history, despite what some of you guys care to say.

So enjoy the game, enjoy the parade...Enjoy the thread. I'm sure there will be plenty of ish talking going down on this one especially considering we will likely take another a.ss whoopin' on National TV.
 8 years ago '04        #6554
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Donnie Walsh had no problem with what his former colleague, Larry Bird, said in regards to LeBron James hopefully staying in Cleveland.

"I have no problem with what Larry said," Walsh said Wednesday. "I love Larry. I'm not surprised he'd say that, either."

Walsh laughed when he heard Bird's comments.

"He talks about guys staying in their state, right?" Walsh said. "Well, I wish he had stayed in Indiana. You know, it might have made my life a little easier with the Pacers if he came out of Indiana State and went right to us."
 8 years ago '04        #6555
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Donnie Walsh said Eddy Curry will be evaluated Sunday and is expected to be practicing with the Knicks by Tuesday.

There has been some speculation that Curry is now under 310 pounds but another rumor is that Curry knows the Knicks will try to trade him and is not eager to a.ssist the team in that effort.

After recurring injuries to Curry during training camp, Walsh, perhaps under the direction of James Dolan, ordered Curry to workout and condition himself away from team practices.
 8 years ago '06        #6556
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 Born_Loser said:
Donnie Walsh said Eddy Curry will be evaluated Sunday and is expected to be practicing with the Knicks by Tuesday.

There has been some speculation that Curry is now under 310 pounds but another rumor is that Curry knows the Knicks will try to trade him and is not eager to a.ssist the team in that effort.

After recurring injuries to Curry during training camp, Walsh, perhaps under the direction of James Dolan, ordered Curry to workout and condition himself away from team practices.
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 11-06-2009, 12:00 AM         #6557
TimeIsMoney 
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Drunk, gimme the winner and why. line is 8.5 and total 205
 8 years ago '04        #6558
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This may only seem like a basketball game to everybody else, but for the Knicks, their fans and the city, tonight represents LeBron James' unofficial recruiting visit. "I've never teased the New York media by saying I was coming to New York or playing for the Knicks," James said Thursday. "I say the same thing every time. When July 1 gets here, I'm going to approach it like a businessman and approach it for the best fit for LeBron and his family. I've been a Cav for seven years now and I've never given any indication I was leaving. ... I did the three-year contract for a reason, I'm going to leave my options open." James, who can become the prized catch of the 2010 free-agent class, is expected to decide between re-signing with his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers and rescuing the downtrodden Knicks. -- NY Daily News
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In his 23 years as an NBA executive, Donnie Walsh said he'd never seen anything like the focus on next summer's free-agent class. In fact, he spent most of his career in Indiana, where superstar Reggie Miller played his entire career. Walsh was constantly afraid he'd lose Miller. "I always thought New York was going to try to get him," he said with a smile. -- Cleveland Plain Dealer
 11-06-2009, 03:47 PM         #6560
TimeIsMoney 
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Come on, Drunk. Help me go 7-0 in Knick games. Spread is 8-8.5 and total 200.
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