Knicks top Nets for three-consecutive wins

There are 5 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 16, 2008, titled Knicks top Nets for three-consecutive wins. In it, Newsday reports that:

Jamal Crawford scored a season-high 35 points and hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer, leading New York to a 111-105 victory Wednesday night over the New Jersey Nets that gave the Knicks the season series for the first ...

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Ryan

New Windsor, NY

#1 Jan 16, 2008
keep it going. The team looks Different When theres no Marbury and you Make your Free Throws. Crawford is a Legit Scorer in the League
xpivot22x

Washington, DC

#2 Jan 16, 2008
I like seeing the Knicks do well, but this win streak will buy Isiah another year and a half...which I dont like seeing
Ali G

Plainview, NY

#3 Jan 16, 2008
If anyone needs to judge Isiah coaching abilities, this is the game to do it. The man is an idiot. It's almost like he wanted to lose the game. Is he even watching the court? I mean honestly. His substitutions were literally insane.

Why is it that Randolph and Curry are starting the game together? I mean seriously. How can you watch the Knicks this season and think it's a good idea? I mean neither play ANY defense. Can't rebound. Can't box anyone out (it pisses me off so much to see that). Can't block shots. Can't dribble. They're both exactly the same types of players. Every time they start the game together the Knicks are automatically down 15 points.

He brought in Rose in the first half, WHY??????? My grandmother has more offensive moves than Rose. He is only useful against powerful offensive centers (Shaq and maybe Yao. That's it). Why does Rose ever, I mean EVER, have a set play for him???? The dude posts up, and almost always throws up bricks.

And the fourth quarter...Was he smoking rocks (I don't mean Chris Rock)? Your team is up by 15 around the 10 minute mark, and you take out Nate whose playing unbelievably good, dishing and knocking down shots. Knicks off course give up a 15 point lead as soon as he leaves. Why take him out??? WHY? and worst yet don't insert him back in till the whole lead is gone.

I literally threw a beer bottle at my TV. F-YOU Isiah. You owe me a 27 inch flat screen.

P.S. Knicks only won because Crawford was unconscious and the Nets can't play any defense. It had NOTHING, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO with Isiah. The mad is plague on this organization.

Since: Oct 07

Bronx, NY

#4 Jan 16, 2008
You know....it's so hard to believe a guy with so much talent can produce so much negative energy.
But, thats what it's starting to look like. And, no, I'm not expecting wins, wins, wins. You gotta admit "team attitude" sure looks a lot healthier.
Jim

Ridge, NY

#5 Jan 17, 2008
What's going on here? As far as I can tell, these are the same guys, but now they are winning, and beating good teams by big margins. It's like the twilight zone. Of course, they've probably already fallen too far behind to make the playoffs, and if they do actually continue winning, that's when they'll fire Isiah.

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