Anyone else really excited to see Novak "put on the belt" in the ACC?
Personally, I'm not quite sure how I would feel. It would definitely feel bittersweet. I would be happy that he finally found his touch, but at the same time really bitter that he couldn't do this when he was here...
Fine. They're a better team. We always said he might thrive off the bench. He never really got the chance to do it here. As long as it's not against us. Then again....maybe that would be ok #wiggins
First, define "played really well". For Bargnani, that could mean just about anything if you mean relative to his performance with Toronto. I'd probably feel not much since he wasn't playing "really well" here. Bad fit, bad player, whatever. Hypothetically, I'd probably give the Knicks credit for putting him in a position to succeed, hope the Raptors do well with their draft picks from the trade and move on.
You mean like, average 10 and 5?
Wouldnt care in the slightest, Bargnani just never fit over here. He deserves a new life in the NBA, Id be more than happy to see him succeed.
I'm so tired of you guys with yourcolangelo bashing. The guy is gone, let it go... plus, I would put money that you were all praising him at the beggining like you do with ujiri.
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+1 on Colangelo bashing.
just thinking out loud we all complain about how with demar and gay on the floor the floor isnt spread. a starting lineup of Lowry, Demar, Rudy, Novak and JV i think spreads the floor just fine. This also puts Amir back on the bench which he plays as hard as he can no matter start or bench which alot cant. I think its a realistic lineup and Amir will still get starters like minutes and just be our 6th man.
Yet another writer confused about what the Knicks thought they were accomplishing.
Just an excerpt:
Plus, while Bargnani profiles as a stretch four in today's NBA, meaning his addition would seem to jive (to some degree) with the small-ball identity the Knicks fashioned last year, if the addition of another power forward winds up pushing Anthony down to small forward more often, that would seem to run counter to the Melo-at-the-four plus one big and three shooters/playmakers strategy. So while the Knicks might not have given up much on-court value in the swap, they might not have added much, either.
And then, of course, you think about the future.
“The saving of our world from pending doom will come, not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority, but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority.” - Martin Luther King
If this(Lee) is true, I wish MU had done it. I'd love to see Lee here. I'm sure MU had his reasons not to do it.
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