Knicks-Sixers Tonight

The Knicks take on Philly this evening. It is New York's first game in nearly a week, so it should be interesting to see how they start things off.

Let's take some roll call...
Quentin Richardson...Here.
Nate Robinson...Glad to have you back, Nate.
Chris Webber...Absent.
Larry Brown...Present.

I will be in attendance this evening, and I see this as a very important game for the Knicks. They really need to show sharpness after such a long break, as well as chemistry with their full rotation. Hopefully, the shooting (or threat thereof) of the returning QRich and Nate will free up the paint for Curry. If Marbury, Crawford, and now Robinson can put up some of the great off-the-ball D we've been seeing recently, then the Knicks should be able to stifle Andre Miller and Iguodala en route to a victory. Let us hope.

Again, I'm gonna be at the game, so expect a recap a little later than usual, when I return from the city. Go Knicks. Peace.

EDIT: In defense of Isiah Thomas, from LZ Granderson at ESPN. It's an interesting read, and I agree with some of the points he makes. Let's hope that, in the spirit of things, Isiah avoids signing Chris Webber. If he signs Chris Webber, I might throw the rage to end all rages.

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