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 5 years ago '10        #9401
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 Born_Loser said:
Ian Begley

HOUSTON -- Carmelo Anthony had several reasons to be frustrated on Friday night.

His Knicks had just lost by 28 points to the Rockets. They gave up a season high 131 points in the process.

And they'd lost two regular-season games in a row for the first time since mid-March.

But Anthony was also frustrated for another reason: He felt the referees failed to blow the whistle when he was fouled on Friday.

"It is frustrating. It gets frustrating out there," Anthony said after scoring a game-high 37 points against Houston. "You do your best to try and ... get fouled, go to the hole, create something; it don’t happen. That gets frustrating. And then you go down to the other end of the court and [get called for a foul]. That’s always the frustration when that sets in."

Frustration set in for Anthony in the third quarter against Houston.

Melo felt he got hit by Chandler Parsons on a jumper midway through the third. He had his back turned to the ball as he was running down the court, yelling at the nearest official.

Rockets forward Patrick Patterson was also racing down the floor. He snuck behind Melo, darted to the rim, received an outlet and converted an uncontested dunk.

Anthony's back was to the play the entire time. He was whistled for a technical for arguing, his NBA-leading fifth of the season.

Anthony said he didn't see Patterson behind him.

"At that point of the game, I was just a little frustrated. It happens," he said.

The non-whistle is nothing new for Anthony. He didn't get a couple of key calls late in the Knicks' loss to Dallas on Wednesday.

Neither coach Mike Woodson nor Anthony complained about the non-calls after the Mavs loss.

But Anthony was visibly annoyed after the Houston game.

"Maybe I got to do a better job of not getting so frustrated and just accept the fact that this is the way it’s going to be," he said.

Anthony shot just two free throws against Houston, about four fewer than his average. Overall, the Knicks shot 14 free throws to the Rockets' 28. Houston guard James Harden went 16-for-16 from the line.

"That’s always the frustrating part. You look at the stat sheet and you see guys 16, 17 free throws, and you look at our stats and it’s two free throws, three free throws and things like that," Anthony said. "We’re trying to figure out what guys are doing differently that we’re not doing."

For the record, Anthony is tied for seventh in the NBA with 6.3 free throw attempts per game.

Entering play this week, Anthony was getting fouled on 14 percent of his attempts. That rate is consistent with what we've seen in the past few years. He went to the line on 12.8 percent of his shot attempts last season, 14 percent in 2010-11 and 14.5 percent in 2009-10.
At first I defended him because it's understandable, when you're going to the hole frequently and nothing is being called, your human emotions come out. But it's too many times Melo slacks on D to argue a call with the ref which shows with him having five technicals already. He has this tendency to mope around around if he gets hacked which dates all the way back to his Denver days.

He's gotta shut up & say please sir I want some more.
 5 years ago '10        #9402
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"Maybe I got to do a better job of not getting so frustrated and just accept the fact that this is the way it’s going to be," he said.
Maybe?

See this is the problem I have with this dude...if calls don't go his way he starts acting like a little girl and half a.sses it on the court.I do agree that he do be getting fouled but he has to learn to man up and keep playing.
 5 years ago '10        #9403
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Didn't think this was BXSC worthy, more of a team thread:

By Ian Begley

Amar'e Stoudemire would accept a role as the New York Knicks' sixth man if asked of him, two sources with knowledge of Stoudemire's thinking told ESPNNewYork.com.

"All he cares about right now is helping the team and winning," one source, who has been around Stoudemire regularly in recent weeks, said. "He'd be fine with coming off the bench if that's what they want."

Stoudemire hasn't spoken with reporters since suffering a left knee injury in the preseason. He's been rehabilitating his knee following arthroscopic surgery for the past four weeks and is expected to miss at least another two weeks.

There has been speculation about what role Stoudemire will play once he returns.

Many believe Stoudemire would be a better fit coming off the bench for coach Mike Woodson's team. Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony have had a tough time developing cohesion on offense -- the Knicks have a losing record while the two stars are in the same starting lineup.

Both Anthony and Stoudemire are effective operating in isolation around the elbow, which is just one reason why they haven't had success while sharing the floor together.

Additionally, Stoudemire and Knicks starting center Tyson Chandler are seen by some as a bad match when paired together.

Chandler is the Knicks' primary screener on the pick-and-roll, a role Stoudemire has thrived throughout his career.

Woodson has been evasive when asked about Stoudemire's role once he returns. Woodson has said in the past his players wouldn't lose their starting roles because of injury. But Woodson also hasn't committed to re-inserting Stoudemire into the starting lineup.

"I'm going to address that when we get to that point," Woodson said last week. "Right now, I'm just taking it a day at a time and work the guys we have in uniform."

A source close to Stoudemire who has visited with the veteran power forward recently said Stoudemire wants to help the Knicks, who were 9-4 entering play Wednesday, and doesn't want to affect any chemistry the team has established.

"He just wants to win," the source says. "He sees how well they're playing and just wants to help. He'll be fine with whatever they want to do."

Woodson may choose to bring Stoudemire off the bench initially to help him work his way back into game shape. One league source says the Knicks are hesitant to take Jason Kidd out of the starting lineup to make room for Stoudemire.

Stoudemire, a 10-year veteran, is coming off a down year in which he averaged 17.5 points and 7.9 rebounds per game -- the lowest full-season totals since his rookie season.

He worked diligently over the summer to regain his form, spending time with Hakeem Olajuwon to incorporate post moves into his offensive repertoire. Stoudemire was confident in the preseason he could bounce back this season. But he suffered a knee injury that originally was thought to be a bone bruise, but later diagnosed as a ruptured cyst in his left knee.

Stoudemire's left knee has been an issue in the past. He underwent microfracture surgery in October 2005, but bounced back well from the procedure.

One NBA team doctor told ESPNNewYork.com that Stoudemire was the best example of a player regaining his form after microfracture surgery.

Still, the procedure can be a red flag for teams. Stoudemire's contract with the Knicks -- five years, $100 million -- is uninsured because of his history of knee issues.

 5 years ago '04        #9404
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Tommy Dee

Yesterday I spoke to league source who said that the Lakers were, in fact, working on a deal to trade Pau Gasol. Of course, based on many factors, I wondered if the Knicks were involved in the discussions. From the sounds of it based on who I’ve talked to since then including this morning, they are not engaged in discussions.

What we do know about Mike D’Antoni is that he is a fan of “his players”… he tried to get Raja Bell here during his tenure, tried to make Nate Robinson into Leandro Barbosa, tried to entice Grant Hill and of course we know about Amar’e Stoudemire.

There’s a lot to it and as we’ve said before I’m sure the Lakers can find a better trade partner.

So for the time being it appears we can put to rest the idea of Gasol coming to The Big Apple.
 5 years ago '04        #9405
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 5 years ago '04        #9406
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no Kidd tonight again and looks like the timetable i thought is looking more accurate for Stat, around xmas
 5 years ago '04        #9407
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looks like Kidd is eyeing next week's Heat game to return
 5 years ago '04        #9408
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"D'Antoni confidant says Mike's feelings on his #Knicks stint were misinterpreted in the ESPNLA story, that regretis way too strong a word after cashing in $24M of James Dolan's money. The comments were more reflective of he should've fought harder to stay and remain with Steve Nash and Phoenix. He realizes, though, it probably wasn't possible, not with an inexperienced new owner and Kerr. The confidant says he enjoyed the time in New York and would do it again, though it didn't work out as well as he hoped. “It has nothing to do with New York,’’ the D’Antoni confidant told me. “It’s just you don’t know how good you have it until you don’t have it. They weren’t begging him to stay in Phoenix. The way things played out, he would do it all over again. He loved it here. And now he’s been blessed. He has a second chance working with Steve.’’ D’Antoni was quoted as saying: “I shouldn’t have gone to New York. I should have stuck in there [in Phoenix] and battled.’’ The confidant said D’Antoni knew his days were numbered in New York when then-team president Donnie Walsh declined an extension after the 2010-11 season. “Mike jumped at the opportunity to work with Donnie,’’ the confidant said."
 5 years ago '10        #9409
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 Born_Loser said:
no Kidd tonight again and looks like the timetable i thought is looking more accurate for Stat, around xmas
 Born_Loser said:
looks like Kidd is eyeing next week's Heat game to return
Nice, nice I like

No need to rush for both of them.
 5 years ago '04        #9410
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" Score 2 tickets to the Knicks vs. Lakers game on Dec. 13th! Text HOOPS to 564257 an be automatically entered to win! "
 5 years ago '04        #9411
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 Agentzer0oo0 said:
Nice, nice I like

No need to rush for both of them.
unlike stat we could use kidds a.ssists and play but hey id like everyone on the team healthy
 5 years ago '04        #9412
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No Kidd and No Camby today
 5 years ago '06        #9413
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Knicks out there clicking PHX is in trouble rite now
 5 years ago '04        #9414
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Ian Begley

NEW YORK -- New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton underwent an MRI to determine the extent of a left hand injury he suffered late in the Knicks' 106-99 win over the Phoenix Suns on Sunday.

"It's swollen right now," Felton said. "It's a lot of pain, but we'll see what happens."

Felton said, if it were up to him, he'd play in the Knicks' next game on Wednesday against the Charlotte Bobcats.

If Felton is forced to sit, the Knicks could have just one healthy point guard available against Charlotte.

Veteran guard Jason Kidd has missed the Knicks' past four games and is listed as day to day due to lower back spasms.

Kidd, 39, hopes to return to the team sometime during their three-game road trip.

With Felton injured, Pablo Prigioni is the Knicks' lone healthy point guard.

Felton hurt his hand while trying to split a double team in the fourth quarter against the Suns. He said the pain was concentrated in his thumb, which was visibly swollen after the game.

"It got jammed," he said. "It hurts."

The 28-year-old Felton has been a vital piece for the Knicks (12-4) this season.

He scored 23 points on 10-for-17 shooting against Phoenix and added a team-high seven a.ssists.

The Knicks are 3-1 without Kidd, thanks in part to Felton's steady play.

On the season, Felton is averaging 14.6 points and 6.7 a.ssists per game while hitting 40.7 percent of his three-point attempts.




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 5 years ago '10        #9415
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Michael Scotto

Carmelo Anthony heard chants of “MVP” from the Madison Square Garden crowd Sunday in a victory over the Phoenix Suns and Steve Novak echoed the sentiment.

"I think the way Carmelo’s been playing (pause), I mean he’s the best player in the league right now,” said Novak while discussing New York’s 18-1 home record under coach Mike Woodson.

Anthony acknowledged the cheers from the crowd, but also tried to put them into context.

“It’s good to hear,” said Anthony. “You can’t ignore it. I’m just taking it one day at a time that’s it. That’s my mindset, I’ve been saying it, and I’m going to continue saying that.”
 5 years ago '04        #9416
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"The Knicks took over the The Chase Branch on Queens Blvd. and 46th St. (4610 Queens Blvd.) We are giving away tickets and swag until 2PM. Stop by for your chance to win big!"
 5 years ago '04        #9417
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" Catch us at 4PM at the Fresh Meadows @ChaseNews branch on 18708 Horace Harding Expressway. We’ll be giving away more prizes and tickets! "
 5 years ago '04        #9418
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Kidd says he's ready for tonight but won't likely to start....both he and Felton are officially listed as probable for tonight so we'll see
 5 years ago '04        #9419
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ok FML, i could have swore the game was tonight and not tomorrow
 5 years ago '04        #9420
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Ian Begley

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton will play on Wednesday against the Charlotte Bobcats despite suffering a bone bruise and contusion in his left hand.

"It's going to be tough, but I'm going to play," said Felton.

The Knicks are also optimistic that Jason Kidd (back spasms) will return from a four-game absence. Kidd says he'll play against the Bobcats but might not start.

Knicks coach Mike Woodson called Kidd "probable" and wants to see how the 39-year-old feels on Wednesday morning, presumably after the morning shootaround in Charlotte.

"We'll just have to play it by ear and see how he feels," Woodson said. "It would be nice to have him back."

Felton banged his left hand on Phoenix Suns guard Sebastian Telfair's knee while trying to split a double team in the fourth quarter of the Knicks' win on Sunday.

An MRI taken shortly after the game revealed the bone bruise and contusion.

Felton will play Wednesday's game with his left, non-shooting hand bandaged but doesn't believe that it will affect the way he dribbles the ball. He said he might feel discomfort catching passes and that his hand was still sore, but it's nothing he can't play through.

Assuming Kidd plays against Charlotte, the Knicks will have their full complement of point guards healthy for the first time in 10 days.

Kidd missed the past four games -- beginning with the Knicks' overtime loss to Brooklyn last Monday -- due to lower back spasms.

He is unsure how the injury originated, but said Tuesday that he is pain-free and will not have any limitations due to the injury or conditioning when he returns.

However, Kidd did not expect to start against Charlotte due to his extended absence. Woodson said he'll monitor Kidd's minutes closely because the Knicks play in Miami on Thursday and then travel to Chicago for a Saturday night game.

"I've got to be open-minded because he's here for the long haul and we don't want any setbacks," the coach said.

The Knicks (12-4) went 3-1 without Kidd with wins over Milwaukee, Washington and Phoenix.

New York was able to move the ball well and keep its turnovers to a minimum thanks to Felton and third point guard Pablo Prigioni.

Prigioni played an important role off the bench in the wins over Milwaukee and Washington. The 35-year-old rookie and longtime veteran of the Spanish League missed practice on Tuesday for personal reasons, but is expected to make the trip to Charlotte with the Knicks.

Thanks mostly to Kidd, Felton and Prigioni, the Knicks entered play Tuesday with the fewest turnovers per game and top a.ssist-to-turnover ratio in the league.

In other injury news, Marcus Camby (sore left foot) sat out of the majority of practice on Tuesday but is expected to fly to Charlotte with the team.

The 38-year-old veteran has played sparingly for the Knicks after missing the entire training camp and preseason with a sore left calf. He's said in recent days that he feels fine physically, so his lack of playing time, particularly during blowouts, has led to questions for Woodson about Camby's role.

"Marcus is a pro about this whole thing," Woodson said. "He's going to do whatever's asked of him and he's done that. When he's really ready to play, we'll get him back out there because we're going to need him."
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