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GameThread: Knicks host Indiana for 5pm post trade deadline matchup
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2/11/2018  6:04 PM
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SocraticBallin22
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2/11/2018  6:05 PM
I like Horny's rotation in the 1st half.

He started Jack, then had Frank and Mudiay play together for a long stretch.

Then didn't go back to Jack, but let Burke play with the starters to close the 1st half. Jack's role already diminishing.

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2/11/2018  6:06 PM
I hope I'm wrong, but the biggest worry for me is not Mudiay, but Hornacek....

I don't have a good feeling on his player development yet....I did when he was in Phoenix.....

I think Hornacek needs more veteran leadership from him PG to make his offense go......Mudiay fits that profile!

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2/11/2018  6:06 PM
We still in this but my lord the defense can do better. Timmy dosen't seem to know how to to react to a screen
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2/11/2018  6:08 PM
nixluva wrote:
Uptown wrote:
SocraticBallin22 wrote:Kanter can be the focal point of the offense in the post when in there. He is owning the Pacers in the paint.

Mudiay so far looks so comfortable with the ball in his hands--can get to anywhere he wants on the court with ease (and never hurries or panics).

You can see the difference bewteen Mudiay and Frank already...He looks more comfortable with the ball than Frank does.

They look good together. Both making plays. It gives the team a much smoother attack.

Time will tell...Someone has to be able to stretch the floor...

“It’s much more about the perception of the organization,” Fizdale said. “What I think we’ve done together with Steve [Mills] and Scott [Perry], Mr. Dolan and myself an
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2/11/2018  6:09 PM
martin wrote:

Very nice front profile....

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2/11/2018  6:11 PM
Uptown wrote:
nixluva wrote:
Uptown wrote:
SocraticBallin22 wrote:Kanter can be the focal point of the offense in the post when in there. He is owning the Pacers in the paint.

Mudiay so far looks so comfortable with the ball in his hands--can get to anywhere he wants on the court with ease (and never hurries or panics).

You can see the difference bewteen Mudiay and Frank already...He looks more comfortable with the ball than Frank does.

They look good together. Both making plays. It gives the team a much smoother attack.

Time will tell...Someone has to be able to stretch the floor...

Frank has that ability to stretch the floor....And with Mudiay on board, we should see Franks shooting and playmaking abilities improve!

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2/11/2018  6:12 PM
SocraticBallin22 wrote:Mudiay looking great in his debut so far.

2 mid range J's.

1 fast break layup in traffic.

great long pass to KO for 2 on the break.

Say what you want about this kid, but he ALWAYS wanted to be in NY!

I mother****ing love it! Kid is everything guys here said he wasn't!!!

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2/11/2018  6:16 PM
Myles Tuner put on a lot of weight.

Al Jefferson looks like he ate a rookie.

Yet another mistake by Dolan. When will it end?
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2/11/2018  6:18 PM
EnySpree wrote:
SocraticBallin22 wrote:Mudiay looking great in his debut so far.

2 mid range J's.

1 fast break layup in traffic.

great long pass to KO for 2 on the break.

Say what you want about this kid, but he ALWAYS wanted to be in NY!

I mother****ing love it! Kid is everything guys here said he wasn't!!!

Onnce bitten twice shy man. You can definitely see the potential. This could be a good situation for him

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2/11/2018  6:19 PM
GoNyGoNyGo wrote:Myles Tuner put on a lot of weight.

Al Jefferson looks like he ate a rookie.

Wait.....what?!?

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2/11/2018  6:20 PM
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CrushAlot
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2/11/2018  6:20 PM
Rookie wrote:
EnySpree wrote:
SocraticBallin22 wrote:Mudiay looking great in his debut so far.

2 mid range J's.

1 fast break layup in traffic.

great long pass to KO for 2 on the break.

Say what you want about this kid, but he ALWAYS wanted to be in NY!

I mother****ing love it! Kid is everything guys here said he wasn't!!!

Onnce bitten twice shy man. You can definitely see the potential. This could be a good situation for him

He seems psyched to be a Knick.
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ScoreBot
2/11/2018  6:22 PM
Q3 9:47
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ScoreBot
2/11/2018  6:24 PM
Q3 9:06
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NYKBocker
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2/11/2018  6:25 PM
THJr really makes really bad lazy plays
ScoreBot
2/11/2018  6:28 PM
Q3 7:56
IND 82 NYK 66
WP76
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2/11/2018  6:28 PM
Can we throw a pass that the other team doesn’t pick off? Sheesh.
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2/11/2018  6:30 PM
Q3 7:28
IND 83 NYK 66
Uptown
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2/11/2018  6:30 PM    LAST EDITED: 2/11/2018  6:31 PM
CrushAlot wrote:
Rookie wrote:
EnySpree wrote:
SocraticBallin22 wrote:Mudiay looking great in his debut so far.

2 mid range J's.

1 fast break layup in traffic.

great long pass to KO for 2 on the break.

Say what you want about this kid, but he ALWAYS wanted to be in NY!

I mother****ing love it! Kid is everything guys here said he wasn't!!!

Onnce bitten twice shy man. You can definitely see the potential. This could be a good situation for him

He seems psyched to be a Knick.

Agreed...He was hoping the Knicks drafted him if I remember correctly..

“It’s much more about the perception of the organization,” Fizdale said. “What I think we’ve done together with Steve [Mills] and Scott [Perry], Mr. Dolan and myself an
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