Big stumbling block

Big stumbling block

There are 6 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 5, 2007, titled Big stumbling block. In it, Newsday reports that:

For a moment, the Knicks were back in it. The Orlando Magic had just lost to the Toronto Raptors and the Knicks were leading by nine points and seemed to be cruising to a win that would have moved them within a ...

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Firehouse Dawg

Chicago, IL

#1 Apr 5, 2007
The obvious conclusion from last night's outcome is that they should have given Lil Nate the ball for the last shot. He never would have gotten "rejected" the way Marbury did. Lil Nate would have ended the game with a game-winning tomahawk slam. Alas, the misguided Knick coach did not give the great Nate the ball and you see what happened...
carol

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Apr 5, 2007
if the knicks keep playing like how they were playing when lee,crawford,richardson were on the court they will make the playoff.
bahamasc

Nassau, Bahamas

#3 Apr 5, 2007
Firehouse Dawg wrote:
The obvious conclusion from last night's outcome is that they should have given Lil Nate the ball for the last shot. He never would have gotten "rejected" the way Marbury did. Lil Nate would have ended the game with a game-winning tomahawk slam. Alas, the misguided Knick coach did not give the great Nate the ball and you see what happened...
Yea just in time for the clock to run out by time he jams it.

Since: Jan 07

N Massapequa

#4 Apr 5, 2007
Once again, the Knicks (MARBURY) are back to square one. Marbury is scoring and all shot happy and the Knicks are losing. Maybe if he passed the ball to the forwards (CURRY, Frye) the Knicks would be winning more.
Clear Thinker

Chicago, IL

#5 Apr 5, 2007
Cali Islander wrote:
Once again, the Knicks (MARBURY) are back to square one. Marbury is scoring and all shot happy and the Knicks are losing. Maybe if he passed the ball to the forwards (CURRY, Frye) the Knicks would be winning more.
Forget Curry. Get the ball to Lil Nate!
AL VIC

Miami, FL

#6 Apr 5, 2007
unfortunately the only way to win is to have consistency, playmaking and some sharing of the ball. When Marbury was on fire and the Sixers got back in the game ...I smelled trouble. Ball hog missed the last shot, as expected.

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