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Thread: New York Knicks (7) vs. Miami Heat (2): Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

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    Were stuck with Amare, at some point you would just think he would feel embarrassed saying he is a star and getting beat by rebounds by everyone

    In 3 years are best player will be Shumpert.

    Melo needs to be surrounded by the right players to dominate although he is a great passer and i like the improved defense but it has to be consistent, him and Amare flourish in two completely different systems. He's not even 30 yet, its pathetic.

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    It's been 2 days since someone posted in this thread, and after tonight, there is still nothing to say.

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    Record setting 13th straight playoff loss. Lol is my only response

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    You could sort of see this coming from a mile away. Maybe a fully loaded Knicks team steals a game from them but Miami is a totally different level.

    Pointless now but Chicago was the team to play or better yet....beat 3 bad teams (Nets, Raptors, Cavs) once each and youre playing Indiana.

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    sad as I am to have to say this but the Knicks had zippo chance against Miami with Lin, Amare and Bill Bradley healthy

    time to get ready to stick that fork in them on Sunday

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    That was depressing. At least we have the Rangers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    That was depressing. At least we have the Rangers.
    Nobody cares about hockey.

    But you have your Giants, so you're good to go anyway...

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    Will they show up today? Sixers should be an example of what happens when you play D, pass and don't turn the ball over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr726 View Post
    Will they show up today? Sixers should be an example of what happens when you play D, pass and don't turn the ball over.


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    The New York Knickerbockers have won a playoff game! Party like it's 2001!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    The New York Knickerbockers have won a playoff game! Party like it's 2001!
    A playoff win is a win. Nice way to end the home season...and Melo was spectacular
    Sent from my SGH-T679 using Tapatalk 2

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    WE WON A PLAYOFF GAME! LIN BACK FOR GAME 5! WOOOOOOOO!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Traitor Jay & the Woodies View Post
    Nobody cares about hockey.

    But you have your Giants, so you're good to go anyway...
    Thanks! Rangers loss in dissapointing fashion yesterday, though. I'm confident they'll bounce back.

    Knicks with a good win today. Crazy that they also loss Davis, that looked brutal. Hope his career isn't over (that's what the beat writers are speculating anyway).

    Interested to see how the Knicks come out Wednesday. Did they think they accomplished something with this win and will pack it in or do they think they still have a shot?

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    The confetti was embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traitor Jay & the Woodies View Post
    The confetti was embarrassing.
    Dolan had finally shot his load because he's been waiting for this since 2001.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traitor Jay & the Woodies View Post
    The confetti was embarrassing.
    Other teams have been doing it too... But I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Other teams have been doing it too... But I agree.
    A gaudy celebration of barely being mediocre is the perfect symbolic metaphor for our times.

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    Awful news on Baron. Partial tear of patella tendon and complete tears of his ACL and MCL. He'll be out for a year, meaning he'll miss the whole 2012-13 season and at 33 yrs old with a major knee injury his career is likely over.

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    Awful news on Baron. Partial tear of patella tendon and complete tears of his ACL and MCL. He'll be out for a year, meaning he'll miss the whole 2012-13 season and at 33 yrs old with a major knee injury his career is likely over.
    I wish him the best, in his career outside of basketball...

    The injury looked horribad, so this is no shocker...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    Awful news on Baron. Partial tear of patella tendon and complete tears of his ACL and MCL. He'll be out for a year, meaning he'll miss the whole 2012-13 season and at 33 yrs old with a major knee injury his career is likely over.
    As a Knicks fan I didn't really want him back anyway, but obviously I feel for him personally. That's a devestating injury -- I have a hard time imagining he can come back from this at 33.

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