Experience the Excitement!

How bout that shit? I missed parts of that game, but I'm pretty sure they coulda won it even with Shaq in there. The Knicks brought pretty much the same formula that got them a victory against Washington. It took solid outside shooting, ball movement, creating turnovers, and defending the 3 to beat both teams. I'm impressed. Other notes:

- The Jerome James revolution begins....NOW.


-Actually, that was my only note.

Tonight, the Celtics come to town (I'll be there), and this sort of formula should work against Boston too. A balanced attack with a strong defensive effort from the guards should be enough to get a win at home. The Celtics are coming off a very nice win, however, and must not be underestimated. One plus is that none of our guys got more than 28 minutes last night, so they should be relatively energized in this SEGABABA, as Pounding the Rock would call it. As in the other games, keeping the star (Paul Pierce this time) relatively in check is vital to success.

Tough matchup for Quentin Richardson.

Go Knicks.

EDIT: Remember to bring a can of food tonight if you're going to the game. Help the needy, and stop Channing Frye from making commercials. It's a good cause.

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