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After win, Knicks feeling good about road ahead

There are 13 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 26, 2008, titled After win, Knicks feeling good about road ahead. In it, Newsday reports that:

Now that the Knicks are showing signs that they have figured out how to play together, the next challenge is to figure out how to win on the road.

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smcor51

Salisbury, NC

#1 Jan 26, 2008
I guess you can say the sixers were "daxed and confuzed"--zeppelin rocks
smcor51

Salisbury, NC

#2 Jan 26, 2008
oops-typo--i mean dazed and confused
Jerry

AOL

#3 Jan 26, 2008
Finally, Collins and Balkman in the same game. Maybe Isiah will figure out the magic formula just yet.
Jerry

AOL

#4 Jan 26, 2008
Still need moare of Balkman, he would have done a better job on Igoudala, who ripped the Knicks.
Prince

Port Jefferson, NY

#5 Jan 26, 2008
Mardy Collins is rusty, he needs more playing time to get back in the groove. He should get Fred Jones playing time cause he has more of an upside- defense, assists, and rebounds. Plus he moves well without the ball.

Also Q is getting too much playing time, he should not be playing no more than 25 minutes a night.
Prince

Port Jefferson, NY

#6 Jan 26, 2008
Jeffries should play backup for the 5, 4, or 3. Balkman as the main backup for Q.
secaucus sam

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Jan 26, 2008
This western swing will end any hope you eternal optimists have in this team. If they win one game, it will be a miracle. The east is so pathetic that teams 10 or more games under .500 have a shot at the playoffs. What a disgrace.
G-wiz

Port Jefferson, NY

#8 Jan 27, 2008
Optimism shouldn't be confused with progress. You sound like the kind of cancer Starbury brought to the team.
secaucus sam

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Jan 27, 2008
G-wiz wrote:
Optimism shouldn't be confused with progress. You sound like the kind of cancer Starbury brought to the team.
I don't like using words like "cancer". It will bring you badluck shmuck. I'm sure you think Isiah is a great guy too.
jperez

Lilburn, GA

#10 Jan 27, 2008
secaucus sam is right on, but it's not just the east that's pathetic it's the NBA salary cap system. Created to foster fair competition? Well just study the standings and you'll have to admit it's a dismal failure. All it does is stagnate progress. Always the same teams at the top, always the same teams on the bottom. Change comes ever so slowly.
james finn

Boise, ID

#11 Jan 27, 2008
As the knicks go on the road, remember to pray for them to succeed. The critics have lowered their tone. The media are looking for other wounded souls to prey upon. I'll say it again, hold up the hands of Isiah, and you'll see the Warrior fall. Knicks play smart at both ends of the floor.
there is no way to stop the warriors long three point attempts, but still challenge eash shot, and you will win.
Do the same thing in L.A, Kobe is a baby if he is covered strong. Take turns fowling him if needed but chop, down L.A, too, you can do it. Let's let them here in the west what they've been hearing in the east....Knicks Win!
J.R.Finn
G- Wiz

Queens Village, NY

#12 Jan 27, 2008
secaucus sam wrote:
<quoted text>I don't like using words like "cancer". It will bring you badluck shmuck. I'm sure you think Isiah is a great guy too.
I could care less about you or Zeke, the only thing i can focus on is the knicks learning how to play team ball. They are getting actually communicating on both ends of the floor and showing more trust, but we have a long way to go. Seems the nets is also riding with us cause there coming to BK...loser.

Since: Mar 07

United States

#13 Jan 28, 2008
G- Wiz wrote:
<quoted text>
I could care less about you or Zeke, the only thing i can focus on is the knicks learning how to play team ball. They are getting actually communicating on both ends of the floor and showing more trust, but we have a long way to go. Seems the nets is also riding with us cause there coming to BK...loser.
You can have the Nets in Bk as well as the rest of the NBA...putz. At this point there is nothing more boring than an NBA game unless of course you tune in for the last couple of minutes. There are maybe a handful of players that truly know how to play the game. The rest of them are a bunch of clueless tatoos masquerading as b-ball players.

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