by Lundberg - January 8, 2014 - 5 Comments »
Why bother tying your shoes?
(Originally aired on ESPNNY98.7.)
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Tags: jr smith, knicks, nba, Sports
Knicks record with Tyson Chandler vs playoff teams – 3 wins 18 losses
Knicks record without Tyson Chandler vs playoff teams – 7 wins 8 losses, including wins over Miami, Chicago, and Brooklyn
Knicks record with Andrea Bargnani vs playoff teams – 9 wins 18 losses
Knicks record without Andrea Bargnani vs playoff teams – 1 win 8 losses
In the 3 wins against playoff teams (San Antonio, Dallas, and Charlotte) with Tyson Chandler, Chandler has a total of 6 points (2.0 average) and 13 rebounds (4.3 average) in 45 minutes (15 average).
Without Tyson Chandler, the Knicks were 12-4 (a .750 winning percentage) during the 2012-2013 regular season, including a 5-2 record against playoff teams. With Tyson Chandler, the Knicks were 14-17 during the 2012-2013 regular season against playoff teams.
Houston Rockets line-up’s plus/minus:
Harden, Howard, Parsons, Beverley, Jones in 556.55 minutes is a +53
Harden, Howard, Parsons, Beverley, Motiejunas in 66.34 minutes is a +44
Harden, Howard, Parsons, Beverley, Lin in 75.55 minutes is a -13
Any other advise for Coach McHale?
Prior to the NBA Playoffs beginning on Saturday, April 19, Robin Lundberg tweeted his predictions for all eight first-round series. This tweet has subsequently been removed. An investigation is being conducted by the Knicks Fan Police in order to determine if Mr. Lundberg purposely deleted this tweet in order to erase all written evidence of his predictions.
In the 2010 NBA Draft, the New York Knicks selected Andy Rautins and Landry Fields with the 38th and 39th overall picks, respectively. The Indiana Pacers selected Lance Stephenson with the 40th overall pick. This was Donnie Walsh’s last draft for the New York Knicks. I think I figured out why Lance Stephenson does not utter a single word to Donnie Walsh.
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