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Tony Parker may not be as fast as he once was, but he has got handles for days. Check out the below nasty crossover on Raymond Felton who looked like a lost kid in a mall following the desecration. One second you think you are going to have to fight off a screen on your left from Timmy Duncan, the next second you are feeling the breeze fromParker blowing by you on the right.
The biggest question in the NBA that begs to be answered right now is ‘are the New York Knicks for real?’
We know they were one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference, but are they one of the best teams in that group?
The difference as slight as it might be is giant in scope.
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(Disclaimer: Written before Memphis beatdown…ironic) On Wednesday, I was not convinced. I was not convinced the Knicks were the team their record indicated. 5-0? I’ve seen the Knicks go on hot streaks before. So they beat the Heat. Big Whoop. Their shots were falling that night, but they’re not going to fall every night. The offense was still slow, Melo was still taking too...
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The New York Knicks remain undefeated after beating the San Antonio Spurs last night on the road. However, Raymond Felton was left looking lost after Tony Parker humiliated him with this sick crossover. I remember when the Spurs started winning titles, he was this young guy and he was always on the trade block. Now [...]
Though the San Antonio Spurs dropped their first home game to the undefeated New York Knicks last night, Tony Parker did have a nice play for Spurs fans to enjoy at the expense of guard Raymond Felton.
In the second quarter of last night's game, TP crossed up Felton leaving Raymond all turned around. Check it out.
Hey, Spurs fans will take it despite Felton dropping...
Looking for the killer crossover from last night's NBA action?Check out Spurs guard Tony Parker leaving Knicks guard Raymond Felton in the dust with this nasty crossover:
SAN ANTONIO -- Raymond Felton had 25 points and seven assists to lead the undefeated New York Knicks to 104-100 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night at the AT&T Center. The Knicks improved to 6-0, with half of the wins coming on the road. Down by 12 with seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Knicks made a furious comeback and took the lead on a J.R. Smith...
When it comes to naming the best point guards in this era of the NBA, the usuals are Rajon Rondo, Deron Williams, Derrick Rose, Jason Kidd, and Chris Paul. Yet time and time again, San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker tends to be mentioned a notch below despite owning three NBA championship rings, and an NBA Finals MVP trophy.
However, last season Parker had a career year, receiving...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Raymond Felton scored 25 points and the New York Knicks stayed undefeated by rallying to beat the San Antonio Spurs 104-100 on Thursday night.
J.R. Smith added 17 points, Jason Kidd had 14 and Tyson Chandler 13 for the Knicks (6-0), who closed on a 22-11 run to remain the NBA's lone unbeaten team.
Tony Parker led San Antonio (7-2) with 19 points and 12 assists...
Just hours after returning to the Big Apple after taking in the Knicks/Magic game in Orlando, I joined my friend Anthony Donahue from TheKnicksBlog.com on Spreecast to talk some hoops.Joining Anthony and myself was Spreecast's own Chris Delgado as we discussed the Knicks' hot 5-0. Can they maintain this strong level of play throughout the season? What have been the keys...
SAN ANTONIO -- Off to their best start since the 1993-94 season, the New York Knicks are erasing skeletons of the past, game by game. They got rid of another one Thursday in San Antonio. Raymond Felton had 25 points and seven assists to lead the undefeated Knicks to a 104-100 win over the Spurs at the AT&T Center. The Knicks improved to 6-0, remaining the only unbeaten...
Carmelo Anthony kept the ball moving, setting up key baskets for Raymond Felton, J.R. Smith and Jason Kidd.