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Old 09-10-2014, 02:34 PM   #16
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Default Re: Who should be Knicks starting SG?

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It is insane that none of you value talent or balance. You are asking for more ISO ball.


You want to purposefully avoid the best players playing with each other an extra quarter of games? But you'll expect them to know how to play together at the end of games though right?


Jr and bargnani need to play with Carmelo. As much as possible. Role players should learn to play a role.


Why give other teams a break if you don't have to?

Who died and made you Red Auerbach? lol
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Old 09-10-2014, 05:08 PM   #17
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Who died and made you Red Auerbach? lol
It's amazing, isn't it? I mean, all these years of losing.............
if only they had contacted this guy.
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Old 09-11-2014, 02:49 PM   #18
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It's amazing, isn't it? I mean, all these years of losing.............
if only they had contacted this guy.
Pretty much. But I think Phil might be the very next best guy. And for all of you to believe so strongly that he is along w your mindset that he will sit around and wait a year or three are being really naive. He might be trying to get better right now.
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Old 09-12-2014, 07:00 PM   #19
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With training camp less than two months away, we’re examining the burning questions facing the New York Knicks.

Today’s question: How should Derek Fisher divide minutes among his shooting guards? And who should start at shooting guard?

Unless they make a trade, the Knicks will enter the season with three players who can make a strong case for the starting shooting guard spot: Tim Hardaway Jr., J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert.

-- ESPN NY

Shumpert.

I give him hard time (feel he gets overrated on the main board), but he's the best defensive player and has the potential to be 3&D player in this league. Hardaway Jr and Smith don't. His 3 point is about average and is usually better from the right side of the floor. If he can stick to making corner shots and play defense, he can be an effective offensive player.

Smith was 6th man of the year a season before, so you don't need to change that by starting him. You would figure he would have a bounce back year for what it's worth. I always figured Hardaway Jr should start for this team at PG. It's not like Calderon is going to be part of the future plans for the Knicks. Let him just handle the rock and then wait for a quick out from Melo or one of the post up players.

PG - Hardaway Jr (he won't start, but eh... why not just experiment ?)
SG - Shumpert
SF - Anthony
PF - Stoudemire
C - Dalembert

This is the best lineup the Knicks can run that's is very similarly traditional to the Triangle offense we have seen in the past from the Bulls and Lakers.
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Default Re: Who should be Knicks starting SG?

The pro JR argument for even you jr haters? You have to have the quick hook available w JR. You can't have him in when it's bad JR, and all the other ball handlers are gassed and out of the game. More and shorter shifts from jr and without him being the primary option so much.


Jr will have the best season of his career. It will be hilarious around here.
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The pro JR argument for even you jr haters? You have to have the quick hook available w JR. You can't have him in when it's bad JR, and all the other ball handlers are gassed and out of the game. More and shorter shifts from jr and without him being the primary option so much.


Jr will have the best season of his career. It will be hilarious around here.
You basically described why he shouldnt start, he cant be trusted in that role full time.

Not sure why if JR has a good season that would be a problem....we're all Knicks fans from understanding.
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