Originally Posted by Rameek
Now the Knicks are going to be tested with a real NBA schedule.
20th 8:00 PM @No
21st 8:30 PM @Dallas
23rd 8:00 PM @Houston
25th 1:00 PM Detroit
26th 7:00 PM @Brooklyn
28th 8:00 PM Milwaukee
30th 7:30 PM @Washington
5-2 isnt bad. Dallas, Brooklyn, Milwaukee based on talent could be tough but 7 games in 10 days is a tough feat with this older team and the unwillingness of Woodson to adjust Melo's position based on opponent.
The Knicks has to beat NO, Houston, Detroit, Washington because they are just not talented. That should be 4 wins.
Dallas 2nd night of a back to back on the road wont be mad if they lose. Milwaukee has feasted on the drudges of the league but confidence can go a long way. Brooklyn has a big front court.
I think teams with talented or big bruising front courts will give the Knicks issues. So I would imagine Dallas and Brooklyn would have the best chances to beat the Knicks.
Yeah,big bruising Lopez and Humphries. Softest froncourt in the league
One is a 7 footer who grabs 5 rebounds in 30+ minutes and the second one is more famous for his marriage than for his play.
Just because they are tall it doesn't mean they play like it.