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That is not proving Nuntius point, JR Smith is an small guard while Copeland was playing PF in NY how in hell a mancrush on JR Smith is going to affect Copeland? I bet Nuntius didn't get to watch NY that much last year either because he hates to look at the green grass.
Copeland was playing mostly SF in New York. The PF spot was reserved for Carmelo Anthony, Kenyon Martin and Amar'e Stoudemire (when healthy). Iman Shumpert was the starting SF after he recovered from the ACL injury. JR Smith was used as a 6th man and played both SG and SF. When the Knicks played with 2 PGs (Felton and Prigioni) Smith would be the SF. When they were playing with one guard he would be the SG. The fact is that it was mostly Shumpert and JR that played at the SF for New York. Copeland was behind them and playing Cope meant less JR most of the time. Again, feel free to ask Knick fans.
By the way, I watched the Knicks last year since I wanted to see how Prigioni would transition to the NBA. In general, I watch a lot of non-Pacer NBA games since I partake in several fantasy leagues. I don't hate "the green grass" at all. I'm just not as negative about our players as you are.
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