Here’s the explanation of the timeout and substitution.
Some interesting stuff here on Martin/Chandler and Amar’e.
A sluggish offense, Pacer threes and poof, home court is gone.
He’ll get there. I think.
In no particular order, here’s what I’m thinking about heading into Game 1 this afternoon: Raymond Felton just played the best series of his life. Will he manage to put up anything like that kind of production, guarded by George Hill? And Felton’s defense on Paul Pierce was excellent, but… Read More →
Melo struggled, but Shumpert, Prigioni, Chandler didn’t; a 26-point lead proved to be sufficient, and the Celtics have been vanquished at last.
Bad news: Steve Novak’s back is acting up, and he’s doubtful for Game 6. Good news: Chris Copeland is around, and gives the Knicks comparable three-point shooting, greater ability to score near the basket, and superior rebounding.
When I was growing up in South Jersey, playoff games at Madison Square Garden were an event viewed from a distance. My memories of watching Patrick Ewing and the Knicks every spring took place in the living room, or occasionally at a friend’s house. We weren’t the family to splurge… Read More →