Jeremy Lin Haters/Doubters are Like The Flat Earth People

NOTE TO READER: I know this is a very long article, but if you’re going to read it, I really ask you to read it all the way through, because you won’t really have a full understanding of what I’m Continue reading Jeremy Lin Haters/Doubters are Like The Flat Earth People

NBAPA’s Bird Rights Dispute: Implications for Jeremy Lin

I’ve noticed some confusion about the NBA Players Association’s dispute on Bird Rights. So I just want to simplify things a bit and untangle some of the confusion as it pertains to Jeremy Lin. Without going into too much detail, Continue reading NBAPA’s Bird Rights Dispute: Implications for Jeremy Lin

Staying with Woodson/Melo Knicks would hold Jeremy Lin back

There’s no doubt that the Knicks want Jeremy Lin back next season (if only for his marketing value and also the fact that Knicks fans would be storming Dolan’s mansion with pitchforks if Lin isn’t re-signed) and there’s a very Continue reading Staying with Woodson/Melo Knicks would hold Jeremy Lin back

Jeremy Lin loses an award he clearly deserves when NBA players do the voting

Jeremy Lin was a finalist for the Sportsmanship award, as well as Most Improved, but lost both awards. You can make arguments against him receiving MIP, such as it’s more that he was overlooked last year, rather than he improved Continue reading Jeremy Lin loses an award he clearly deserves when NBA players do the voting

How the Bi-Polar Knicks can Pull off the Impossible

The Knicks have had the most roller-coaster season of high highs and low lows. This makes them probably one of the most interesting teams to follow in the NBA this season. So if this Bi-Polar nature of the Knicks continues Continue reading How the Bi-Polar Knicks can Pull off the Impossible

Poor offense lost Game 3, once again. Woodson is to blame.

The guys played hard in game 3 with a lot of energy–especially Smith. So can’t fault them. Just didn’t have enough bodies and Woodson did a poor job of managing minutes. Guys were dead tired by fourth quarter–especially Melo. Woodson has a big Continue reading Poor offense lost Game 3, once again. Woodson is to blame.

Knicks lost game 2 because of poor offense

People like to say things, because it sounds good, without really thinking about it. A lot of Knicks fans keep saying that we need to step up our defense. I mean, that’s of course an obvious point. But without Shump Continue reading Knicks lost game 2 because of poor offense