Tonight the NBA gets underway! Opening night means a lot of things across the league but for Knicks fans its means optimism. Even if false optimism, New York fans always think this will be the year everything turns around and a long playoff run in coming in the following months. We know how things usually work out and Knicks fans will hate the roster and how the season shakes out but that is future Steve’s problem. Right now its time to looks at this roster and see what the biggest questions/ issues will be for the New York Knickerbockers. Projected Starting Continue reading New York Knicks Preview
I wish I could say this was my idea but the someone at ESPN said something i found extremely interesting that could relate to all sports but right now let focus on the NBA. What if your conference was a tradable asset? Could teams swap conferences in exchange for draft picks, players, or straight up for swapping conferences? Let’s not think about the silly stuff like well what about travel and rivalries, who cares this could be lots of fun. Look at the NBA this year besides the Heat the next top 10 teams are probably playing in the West. Continue reading Pick your Conference
After years of misery being a Knicks fan, it looked at if things may turn a corner. They went out and singed a big time free agent in A’mare with the hopes of signing another player to play Batman and Robin. Well it did not work. Instead of being patient and waiting for Camelo to become a free agent. Dolan made a panic move, one that may of needed to happen, to bring him ‘home’ half a season earlier. I was jacked up ready for the my team to win at the Most Famous Arena after this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5g0JZ7dFT4 Looking back Continue reading Can the Knicks be saved?!
1. San Antonio Spurs: 55.5 – OVER. Every year the Spurs seem to exceed expectations. Why would this year be any different? The bench is as deep as always, Marco Belinelli is a more consistent Gary Neal, and Kawhi Leonard is going to make the jump to stardom this year. They have the best coach in basketball and will be motivated after last year’s final debacle. Oh, and they have Tony Parker in his prime and a selectively dominant Tim Duncan. 60 Wins, you’re number 1 seed in the west, and this year’s NBA champions. Ladies and Gentlemen, the San Continue reading Wild, Wild West
And…we’re back. Year 2 of the AVS over/under NBA preview is upon us and we have expanded it this year to include predictions on all 30 teams. We have big shoes to fill as last year we hit on 13/16 over/under totals among the 16 playoff teams (thank you!, thank you!) and our promise this year is to do even better than that. In my column you will notice one broad theme that will aid me with many of my predictions. The upcoming draft is one of the deepest and most talented classes in years. Certainly since 2003 (LeBron, Wade, Continue reading NBA Eastern Conference Preview