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    Are the Knicks better off without Stoudemire?

    This team is doing great- one of the highest scoring teams and one of the best defending. Spacing looks much better, Melo is actually playing efficiently, and everything seems to be coming together very smoothly thus far. 5-0 start, best since 1993.

    Are they better off without Stoudemire? Will he be a liability? When he comes back, will he disrupt the offensive and defensive flow?
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    Lol title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gram View Post
    Lol title.
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    Yes.

    Nobody wants Amare though. Too much injury concerns for that hefty salary.

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    yes

    Amare is terrible

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    The Knicks were never this bad of a team. They always have been a 48-50 win team stuck in what was a 21-40 team's body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteBO View Post
    Let's wait and see.
    Bingo.

    They were good under Woodson last year, albeit in a small sample size.

    Gotta take a wait and see approach.
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    No, everything looks good right now because teams cant gameplan a whole week for them but in the playoffs a healthy stat will be needed to advance.
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    Probably, unless he's willing to come off the bench (which i can't see Woodson doing)

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    another day, another knicks thread..


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    Amare is a great player. When he and Felton were playing together they played GREAT together. Felton was having a career year. I expect the addition of Amare will make the team better. Woodson is a great coach and there is more than enough plays to run for Amare and Melo.

    'antoni had trouble with Amare and Melo on the floor because Melo is used to getting the ball at the "elbow" and creating for himself, and Amare needs the pick-and-roll to maximize his effectiveness. With no PG to run that last season, there were some issues.

    Woodson knows how to use Melo, and he will be able to incorperate Amare in as well. This will not be a problem. The reason the team had chemistry problems last season was a combination of coaching and personal. When Felton was traded, Amare missed the pick-and-roll chemistry they had, and though Billups is a great PG, he wasn't really a great fit with Amare. Now Amare has Felton back, and Melo has been given the spacing needed for him to play by Woodson.

    I think with the coaching change, and personal change, that Amare and Melo will reach their potential together. Will that potential be enough to unseed Miami? We'll see. I think Miami is the better defensive team, but, in short (or long), the addition of Amare is not going to hurt this squad.

    Besides, I'm sure 'Antoni is already trying to talk Mitch into shipping Gasol out for Amare ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Knicks View Post
    No, everything looks good right now because teams cant gameplan a whole week for them but in the playoffs a healthy stat will be needed to advance.
    Agreed..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MintBerryCrunch View Post
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    The Knicks are not as good as their record shows...just because jump shots are falling when guys are excited to be back now does not mean it will last. Lets look how those jump shot goes in the mid-season.

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    probably, but we have to wait and see.

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