Knicks struggling with size of Pacers
The Pacers’ size and strength have proven too much. Woodson started with a big starting lineup, adding Kenyon Martin at power forward, moving Anthony to small forward, but it didn’t help.
Indiana slaughtered the Knicks, 54-36, on the boards to continue a series-long trend. The Pacers collected 16 offensive rebounds, leading to 19 second-chance points.
“They’re pinning their ears — five guys crashing the boards,’’ Chandler said. “For the defense after making the stop, it’s a backbreaker.’’
Chandler and Anthony cleared the air over Chandler’s critical comments about the selfish offense. Anthony claims he wasn’t offended.
-- NY Post
Re: Knicks struggling with size of Pacers
This dude is really plucking my nerves. It's always and excuse. Always deflecting blame. Even JR said "put the blame on me." When is this herb ever going to say "I need to play better"? Going big didn't help A. Because MArtin really isn't that big and B. Because we had to double Hibbert the entire night (which I find absolutely absurd.)
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