That Paul George steal was unreal.
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@WhatTheFFacts: Studies show that sarcasm enhances the ability of the human mind to solve complex problems!
Vnzla's head is gonna explode once Cope starts knocking down those shots.
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seems like our 3rd quarters are still pretty good
Paul George really makes it look easy sometimes. George Hill had a nice quarter too...we saw the best passing of the preseason this quarter
Lol at Nuntius saying that Woodson had a mancrush on JR Smith reason why he didn't play Copeland lol more prove he doesn't know what he is talking about.
Damn Paul george is a beast.
Mike Woodson admits being JR Smiths brother will help his chances of making the roster. Man crush indeed.
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.
Here's an article about it (credit goes to immortality):
Knicks coach Mike Woodson said point guard Chris Smith is “still in the mix” for a roster spot, noting for the first time the coach’s relationship with J.R. is a factor in the franchise potentially wanting to further develop the younger Smith.
For his part, Chris Smith, who played at Louisville before tearing up his knee at training camp last October, said if he is kept on the 15-man roster, he likely will spend much of the season with the Knicks’ D-League affiliate in Erie, Pa.
Smith did not play for the second straight game, as the Knicks dropped a 105-95 decision to the Bucks at Green Bay’s Resch Center.
“He’s still in the mix,’’ Woodson said. “That’s something else we have to sit and talk about [Thursday] in terms of the direction we want to go.’’
Woodson regards J.R. Smith as the son he has never had and owner James Dolan loves him too. Chris Smith’s chances, meanwhile, also increased when rookie C.J. Leslie struggled this preseason.
Combo guard Tour’e Murry has outplayed Smith in preseason but a source indicated his status should not be affected by Smith’s.
Woodson said J.R.’s presence carries a lot of weight as to whether the Knicks keep his brother.
“Sure, it does,” Woodson said. “I look at him just like I look at J.R., though J.R. is the guy who played in a uniform and has been very productive for us. I have a great deal of respect for that family. That’s his brother. I respect that. We’ve got to make some decisions. What those decisions will be, I don’t know.’’
Chris Smith has a unique element to his non-guaranteed deal. If he’s on the roster opening night, the deal is fully guaranteed.
man I do not miss the short leashes our coaches used to put on our players
some things just never get old watching reggie repeats just ripping the hearts out of new york knicks fans is timeless for me
Copeland is a one hit wonder. We shouldn't have signed him.
As long as Granger gets healthy enough to play, Copeland wont make the playoff rotation. Our bench would probably involve Granger or Stephenson with Watson/Scola and maybe Mahimi.