Basically, if Woodson wanted to, he could run two completely different teams.
Team 1 - Felton, Kidd, Brewer, 'Melo, Chandler
Team 2 - Prigioni, Smith, Novak, Amar'e, Camby/Thomas
Obviously that's not how it's going to work, but it's just a quick look at the depth this team will actually have when Amar'e comes back and before Shumpert comes back.
What does NEED to happen though, no questions asked, is to allow Felton and Amar'e to get back the pick n roll chemistry they had before Felton was traded.
I also understand that Amar'e, and Chandler+'Melo can clash on the court due to their play styles. It's up to Woodson to figure that out and make it work positively for the Knicks. The Knicks are one of the deepest teams in the NBA. They have to make that work for them.
Very nice and comfortable game, never went under double digits in the second half. Melo got some good rest tonight, and Prigioni and Novak were awesome off the bench. Nice bounce back from Felton as well.
Next game is Friday night, don't miss it .
I was so pissed when the Knicks traded Ariza. That dude was a dunk MACHINE.
Also ran into him the one time I went to visit my older brother at UCLA, so that was really cool too
Prigioni feeling it
Last edited by silverfish: 11-30-2012 at 08:17 PM.
Love Sheed's presence, but he is really irritating me with his 3 point events. He should be doing more of what he wanted to when returning from retirement: teach the amateurs how to post up. He is still REALLY good at that. Stop with the 3 point shooting!
Stern was partly right. Going public was wrong. He fined the Showtime Lakers for doing the same **** in the 90s.
I'm not mad at Stern and I'm not mad at Popovic. I'm mad at Duncan, Parker and Ginobili not grabbing their sacks and dressing for a key game-- November or not. At least dress, maybe play 10 mins. I mean, they didn't even make the trip.
Bush league IMO. I don't care how many rings or years in the league you have. You don't pull yourself out of a November game just because you're tired.