Knicks drop big one at home

Mar 22, 2007 Read more: Newsday
Brandon Roy scored 24 points, Jamaal Magloire had his best game of the season, and the Portland Trail Blazers dealt the New York Knicks a potentially costly 92-86 loss Thursday night. Read more
Wellington III

Chicago, IL

#1 Mar 23, 2007
Lil Nate Robinson is unstoppable, as evidenced by his 31 points in last evening's basketball competition. These other players are imposters. The only way the Knicks will ever win is to play Lil Nate every minute of every game. I also advocate cloning him and giving the clones serious playing time. If the Knicks used this approach in last night's crucial game, they would have probably gotten 120 points from the four clones. Added to Lil Nate's 31, they would have scored 151 points. Certainly this would have been enough to win!

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