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(Yahoo)   Someone let Gozer know the gatekeeper is on the way with the key to unlock the seventh seal: the Knicks are still undefeated   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 36
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2012-11-16 09:51:45 AM  
knicks.lohudblogs.com
 
2012-11-16 09:55:12 AM  
They looked great last night.....unlike the C's.
 
2012-11-16 10:09:08 AM  
CARMELO ANTHONY, SHARING THE BALL, MASS HYSTERIA!
 
2012-11-16 10:10:51 AM  
From a different artice: http://www.cbssports.com/nba/blog/eye-on-basketball/21001512/the-new-y ork-knicks-still-cant-lose
"Nothing went right for Melo, and that often leads to him taking bad shots and hoping to get into a rhythm if they fall. We didn't see that version of him. What we saw was Anthony picking up his passing game, fighting for loose balls, and going after offensive boards. Melo helped grind out a victory with nearly everything that didn't involve him taking shots.

Carmelo Anthony played all 12 minutes of the fourth quarter, didn't attempt a single shot, and trusted his teammates to make things happen. And happen they did. Jason Kidd and J.R. Smith each scored nine points in the fourth. Raymond Felton scored eight points. The Knicks were led by a perimeter attack that didn't include one attempt by Anthony." 


What? Carmelo Anthony did not take a single shot, despite playing all of the 4th with his team trailing? These truly are the end times.

I'm hoping NBA Network or TNT tweaks their schedule so I can see this madness for myself.
 
2012-11-16 10:12:03 AM  

UNC_Samurai: CARMELO ANTHONY, SHARING THE BALL, MASS HYSTERIA!


His work on the defensive end is most surprising.

Ham Sandvich: I'm hoping NBA Network or TNT tweaks their schedule so I can see this madness for myself.


They are a fun team. It is early but the Knicks look like trouble for other teams come playoff time,
 
2012-11-16 10:13:21 AM  
JR Smith is shooting .488 on the season! 39-year-old Jason Kidd is over .500! Rasheed Wallace is getting playing time! I don't know what's going on anymore!
 
2012-11-16 10:16:59 AM  

Gunny Highway: It is early but the Knicks look like trouble for other teams come playoff time,


They won't be an easy out, but unless LeBron breaks his leg in 12 places, the Heat are winning the East.
 
2012-11-16 10:17:48 AM  

Arkanaut: JR Smith is shooting .488 on the season! 39-year-old Jason Kidd is over .500! Rasheed Wallace is getting playing time! I don't know what's going on anymore!


They question mark is Amare. If the team is still going good I hope he comes off the bench. He should look at the team and recognize that 20 points off the bench means more than starting.
 
2012-11-16 10:18:27 AM  
Now they just need to find the key master. Who is the key master, you ask? You guessed it, Frank Stallone!

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2012-11-16 10:20:44 AM  

Gunny Highway: UNC_Samurai: CARMELO ANTHONY, SHARING THE BALL, MASS HYSTERIA!

His work on the defensive end is most surprising.

Ham Sandvich: I'm hoping NBA Network or TNT tweaks their schedule so I can see this madness for myself.

They are a fun team. It is early but the Knicks look like trouble for other teams come playoff time,


Its a long season, we'll see how long the old farts on the bench hold up. I read some Melo interviews over that last few months and it sounds like he's truly enjoying playing on that team. I hope Amare doesn't disrupt the rotation or chemistry too much when gets back.
 
2012-11-16 10:23:04 AM  
Yes, have some.
 
2012-11-16 10:25:28 AM  
Yes its true, this man has no dick.
 
2012-11-16 10:26:54 AM  
Wtf is going on?

Great, just in time for the world to end.
 
2012-11-16 10:30:45 AM  
Hey, where do these stairs go?
 
2012-11-16 10:38:14 AM  
And now we're seeing why some of us thought Knicks fans whining about the Knicks not signing Lin were being a bunch of whiny idiots. I really loved the idea that they should be Nets fans when the Knicks STILL had the superior roster.

Ray Felton: 15.8 points, 6.5 assists, 3.2 rebounds/game (42%, 40% from 3)
Jeremy Lin: 10.9 points, 6.1 assists, 4.5 rebounds/game (35%, 28% from 3)

Linsanity, while a cute little story, doesn't change the fact that he's a mediocre point guard who was offered way more than he was worth.
 
2012-11-16 10:46:35 AM  
Within a few weeks they will be injury ridden...or just plain tired.
 
2012-11-16 10:48:17 AM  

IAmRight: And now we're seeing why some of us thought Knicks fans whining about the Knicks not signing Lin were being a bunch of whiny idiots. I really loved the idea that they should be Nets fans when the Knicks STILL had the superior roster.

Ray Felton: 15.8 points, 6.5 assists, 3.2 rebounds/game (42%, 40% from 3)
Jeremy Lin: 10.9 points, 6.1 assists, 4.5 rebounds/game (35%, 28% from 3)

Linsanity, while a cute little story, doesn't change the fact that he's a mediocre point guard who was offered way more than he was worth.


Knicks lead the league in fewest turn overs (I'm sure I could have worded that better). Their PG play has been solid.

JR Smith is also playing out of his mind.
 
2012-11-16 10:58:12 AM  

Gunny Highway: JR Smith is also playing out of his mind.


Perhaps he's actually playing within his right mind, if the "I've stopped drinking and partying all season" thing is true.
 
2012-11-16 10:59:41 AM  

IAmRight: Gunny Highway: JR Smith is also playing out of his mind.

Perhaps he's actually playing within his right mind, if the "I've stopped drinking and partying all season" thing is true.


I didnt hear that but it must be comforting to Knick fans.
 
2012-11-16 11:13:45 AM  
Long suffering Knicks fan here.

I usually don't get too high on the Knicks recently because, well, they've sucked hard for the past decade plus, and have found ways to crush my soul, especially in 1994 with John Starks' abysmal Game 7 performance in the Finals.

However, after seeing them defeat San Antonio on the road while Carmelo was double-teamed frequently, in addition to beating Dallas and Miami and starting the season 6-0, I have allowed the tiniest drop of hope to penetrate my soul.

Go Knicks!
 
2012-11-16 11:27:12 AM  
Only on Fark can you get a Ghostbusters reference in a headline about the Knicks.
 
/ this is not a complaint
 
2012-11-16 12:20:44 PM  
Raymond Felton scored 25 points and New York stayed undefeated by rallying late to beat the San Antonio Spurs 104-100 on Thursday night. Trailing by 12 with 7 minutes left in the game, the Knicks (6-0) closed on a 22-11 run to remain the NBA's only unbeaten team.

Many Shuvs and Zuuls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor that day, I can tell you.
 
2012-11-16 01:28:07 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Hey, where do these stairs go?


They go up
 
2012-11-16 01:29:16 PM  
I'd like to give her a full gynecolocal examination. FOR SCIENCE!
 
2012-11-16 01:32:05 PM  

DupeOfURL: I'd like to give her a full gynecolocal examination. FOR SCIENCE!


.............*backs out of thread*
 
2012-11-16 01:36:24 PM  

DupeOfURL: I'd like to give her a full gynecolocal examination. FOR SCIENCE!


i.qkme.me
 
2012-11-16 01:37:46 PM  

mainstreet62: I have allowed the tiniest drop of hope to penetrate my


Careful now...
 
2012-11-16 01:38:43 PM  

Buck Henderson: mainstreet62: I have allowed the tiniest drop of hope to penetrate my

Careful now...


Yikes... talk about an unfortunately clipped quote. I guess it's a Mad Lib now.
 
2012-11-16 02:48:54 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Gunny Highway: It is early but the Knicks look like trouble for other teams come playoff time,

They won't be an easy out, but unless LeBron breaks his leg in 12 places, the Heat are winning the East.


Oh please. The Heat needed a strike-shortened season and three of the best players of all time just to scrape a championship together.
 
2012-11-16 02:50:23 PM  

IAmRight: Linsanity, while a cute little story, doesn't change the fact that he's a mediocre point guard who was offered way more than he was worth.


Agreed. The Knicks made the best move they could have: they soaked the thing for a bunch of cash, got rid of him before he cooled down. It was the right move.
 
2012-11-16 02:51:07 PM  

saintstryfe: Oh please. The Heat needed a strike-shortened season and three of the best players of all time just to scrape a championship together.


Three of the best player of all time? LeBron, Wade, and Mario Chalmers? I assume those are the guys you were referencing. You are going to fit in great around here.

/Bosh is one of the best players ever?
//Come on.
 
2012-11-16 02:54:52 PM  

Gunny Highway: Three of the best player of all time? LeBron, Wade, and Mario Chalmers? I assume those are the guys you were referencing. You are going to fit in great around here.


Mario Chalmers, Mario Chalmers' uniform, and Mario Chalmers' shadow. Dummy.
 
2012-11-16 03:18:51 PM  

saintstryfe: Oh please. The Heat needed a strike-shortened season and three of the best players of all time just to scrape a championship together.


How, exactly, did the lockout (not strike) serve as a benefit to the Heat's title run? How does a 16-7 playoff record and five-game Finals victory against the best team in the West constitute "scraping together" a championship? Are there any teams in the East that are better than Miami or would be favored in a 7-game series?

Give it a rest, I'm a Knicks fan, but calm down. Miami is the overwhelming favorite to win the East, and that's just reality.
 
2012-11-16 03:24:15 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: saintstryfe: Oh please. The Heat needed a strike-shortened season and three of the best players of all time just to scrape a championship together.

How, exactly, did the lockout (not strike) serve as a benefit to the Heat's title run? How does a 16-7 playoff record and five-game Finals victory against the best team in the West constitute "scraping together" a championship? Are there any teams in the East that are better than Miami or would be favored in a 7-game series?

Give it a rest, I'm a Knicks fan, but calm down. Miami is the overwhelming favorite to win the East, and that's just reality.


The Celtics benefited most from the shortened season and almost (SHOULD HAVE) stole the ECF.
 
2012-11-16 03:33:50 PM  

Gunny Highway: The Celtics benefited most from the shortened season and almost (SHOULD HAVE) stole the ECF.


They certainly could have. And what everyone seems to be forgetting is the sense of relief and freedom LeBron will be playing with now that he's delivered a championship. You can't underestimate that mental angle. Plus Ray Allen makes gives them a better threat on the perimeter than they had last year. They'll cruise to 60 wins without really trying, and be the big favorites in the East.
 
2012-11-16 04:21:01 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: Gunny Highway: The Celtics benefited most from the shortened season and almost (SHOULD HAVE) stole the ECF.

They certainly could have. And what everyone seems to be forgetting is the sense of relief and freedom LeBron will be playing with now that he's delivered a championship. You can't underestimate that mental angle. Plus Ray Allen makes gives them a better threat on the perimeter than they had last year. They'll cruise to 60 wins without really trying, and be the big favorites in the East.


...and the Knicks trounced them in the first game of the season. It's a long season, and you are probably right...but that was an ass-whooping.
 
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