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"The Way We Were"

By: Bill Pritchard

The Knicks celebrated the 40th anniversary of the 1969-70 NBA Championship team, but the party did not last very long.

Andrew Bogut and the visiting Milwaukee Bucks beat the Knicks by a score of 83-67 on Monday night, sweeping the season series in the process. Bogut finished with a double double, scoring 24 points and grabbing 20 rebounds, only his third career 20-20 game and first since 2008. John Salmons also contributed with 15 points for the Bucks.

The Knicks struggled from the floor and now have a record of 19-36. Tracy McGrady scored 15 points in only his second game with New York, but only shot 5 for 14 in just under 30 minutes playing time. Another newcomer Sergio Rodriguez, didn't do much better, only scoring 4 points with 1 assist as a replacement in the lineup for Chris Duhon.

Tomorrow night the Knicks travel to Boston to play the division leading Celtics. Will the Knicks rebound with a great effort or will KG and company have something in store to keep the Knicks on their skid? What will we see from new Celt Nate Robinson against his former team?

2 comments:

  1. The Bucks rookie point guard Jennings hit one shot the whole game but got 8 rebounds and 7 assists, that concerns me almost as much as Bogut ripping us apart. Hello next year, just hope we get the players we need. The management team should be taking advanced classes at a university or something in marketing as preparation for trying to land the free agents.

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  2. Eventhough it is my opinion that getting rid of Nate was a bad move, I think bringing in T-Mac is a step in the right direction. They are showing free agents that the organization is serious about making a run and building a contender. The fact that McGrady even said he would play for less is good news for the team, and for the one or two free agents who they will eventually sign. With Lee and Gallo in future plans, they could plug in any combination of Bosh, Wade and LeBron and still keep several players like T-Mac, Duhon, Curry or Eddie House for a really deep team.

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