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    ***Official '10 - '11 New York Knicks Thread***



    Schedule: http://www.nba.com/knicks/schedule/

    Season a week away. Although not a championship caliber team, we do finally have something to look forward to. Let's go Knicks!

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    My man Amare's been beasting it in the preseason. He put up 30 in 3 quarters vs the Celtics and the other night against the Nets he puts up 39 and 11.

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    Opening night tomorrow! Let's go Knicks!

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    Good win tonight. It would have been nice to beat a bottom feeder like Toronto more decisively, but a win is a win.

    It was nice to see Amare take control of the game down the stretch.

    Big game vs. the Celtics this weekend.

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    Knicks win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Good win tonight. It would have been nice to beat a bottom feeder like Toronto more decisively, but a win is a win.

    It was nice to see Amare take control of the game down the stretch.

    Big game vs. the Celtics this weekend.
    Yea, I was very excited to see him pick up some big points in the final few minutes. Chandler was great off the bench as well.
    Last edited by DevsJetsYanks88; 10-27-2010 at 09:41 PM.

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    Good job taking care of business. Good win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    It was nice to see Amare take control of the game down the stretch.
    Thank gawd. CHandler was good too and... Gotta keep the D going.

    Nice to get the first one, either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Thank gawd. CHandler was good too and... Gotta keep the D going.

    Nice to get the first one, either way.
    Indeed. Not often this team is above .500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevsJetsYanks88 View Post
    Indeed. Not often this team is above .500.
    Hey, we already have a better record than Lefraud in South Beach this point of the season.

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    We can't trade away Gallo, he's too good looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VincenzoTestaverde View Post
    Hey, we already have a better record than Lefraud in South Beach this point of the season.
    Speaking of him...

    Miami loses to Boston
    Cleveland beats Boston


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    Quote Originally Posted by DevsJetsYanks88 View Post
    Speaking of him...

    Miami loses to Boston
    Cleveland beats Boston

    lol

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    1st Place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    1st Place!
    Suck It Stern.

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    Knicks game postponed tonight?

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    It's PPD. Yea whats going on up there? I heard the MSG roof is falling. Oh nos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJCAP2 View Post
    It's PPD. Yea whats going on up there? I heard the MSG roof is falling. Oh nos!
    Lol, I was really looking forward to watching the game after I finished up a midterm.

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    No make-up date set for tonight's game just yet and apparently there's even a chance that Friday's game against the Wizards could be postponed, as well.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/n...ory?id=5756699

    Knicks-Magic postponed as precaution


    By Chris Sheridan
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    NEW YORK -- Dwight Howard and his teammates received an unusual text message Tuesday afternoon: Report to the team bus at the usual time, but don't bother getting ready for that night's game at Madison Square Garden. There won't be one.

    Fearing that asbestos had fallen from the rafters at the building known as the World's Most Famous Arena, the New York Knicks postponed their game against the Orlando Magic.

    A spokesman for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection said two air-monitoring systems detected potentially dangerous fibers, but secondary testing by an independent contractor showed the fibers were not asbestos. The Knicks released a statement saying maintenance was being performed following Monday's New York Rangers game, which included "cleaning asbestos-related materials in the attic above the ceiling." Some debris fell into the arena.

    After consulting with the NBA, the Knicks decided to postpone the game for safety reasons. They said they will work with experts to determine when the arena can reopen, but a Garden spokesman would not speculate on whether the building would be deemed safe in time for the Knicks' next home game, Friday night against the Washingon Wizards.

    "As the safety of our customers and employees are our top priority, we will not reopen the Garden until we are absolutely assured the arena is safe," the team said in a statement.

    No makeup date for the Magic-Knicks game has been set. MSG said it would announce information about future events once details are finalized.

    New York City Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Farrell Sklerov described the debris as "dustlike" and said it was dislodged as part of cleaning work unrelated to the extensive construction renovations taking place at MSG.

    "There are air monitoring stations set up throughout building, and two of them in the seating area indicated slightly elevated levels of fibers that could potentially contain asbestos. They did further secondary testing with equipment that can differentiate those fibers, and those tests showed that no asbestos was released and everything is safe," Sklerov said.

    It's the second recent arena-related postponement for the Magic. Their final exhibition game against Miami that was scheduled for the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla., was canceled because of slippery court conditions after arena officials said an oil-based cleaning solution was mistakenly applied.

    Magic spokesman Joel Glass said the team planned to arrive back in central Florida around 9 p.m. Tuesday evening following a charter flight. Orlando has a home game Wednesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

    Postponements of NBA games are not unusual, but ordinarily they happen because of weather-related conditions. The last postponement even remotely related to falling debris happened in March 1985, when accumulated snow and ice caused a partial collapse of the roof at the Silverdome, forcing the Pistons to move two home games to the Joe Louis Arena and Cobo Hall in downtown Detroit.

    In 1978, three Celtics games scheduled to be played in Hartford, Conn., were rescheduled for arenas in Providence, R.I., Springfield, Mass., and Boston because of the collapse of the roof at the Hartford Civic Center. And in 1968, the 76ers had to move their playoff games to the Palestra and the Philadelphia Convention Center because of ceiling repairs at the Spectrum.

    Chris Sheridan is a senior NBA writer for ESPN.com and covers the Knicks for ESPNNewYork.com.

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    Looks like the game could have went on without any issues but MSG took precaution and in my opinion did the right thing by doing so.

    They'll be back in action Friday.

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