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I don’t believe Mike Woodson, because who else is he going to turn to at this stage of the season? The Knicks can’t have Melo shooting 40 times a game and they don’t have a lot of players who can create their own shot.
They are going to have to live or die by JR Smith’s shooting.
Woodson on J.R. Smith, who’s 7-for-30 in the last 2 games: ‘If he’s struggling and I feel the need (to) pull him, I’ll turn to someone else’
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) May 8, 2013
My suggestion is bring Rihanna to practice, can’t hurt at this point.
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J.R. Smith is a very large thorn in the side of Knicks head coach Mike Woodson, and, because we’re not lucky enough to sit within shouting distance of the home bench at Madison Square Garden, we can only dream about all the wonderful things Woodson says in response to J.R.’s boneheaded decisions.
Well, dream no more! Late in the first quarter of Tuesday night’s thrashing of...
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New York Knicks sixth man JR Smith is no stranger to “Getting It In” Here he is above in the VIP area ant New York’s Greenhouse with Rihanna. Props to Smith, dude always seams to be enjoying himself. Hopefully he put a helmet on, we all know about the Rianna rumors.-TO
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Much has been made of J.R. Smith and his clubbing habits. Earlier this year, Smith claimed he that he partied too much last season when he joined the Knicks half way through the truncated NBA season. Well, it seems old habits never die as J.R. Smith was seen at Jay-Z’s, 40/40 club before Game...
Hey, NY Knicks coach Mike Woodson has had enough with J.R. Smith. Interestingly, JR is probably costing himself 10, 20, 30 million dollars on his next contract. Party away, goddamn...
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J.R. Smith definitley has a love-hate relationship with Knicks fans.
His regular-season effort that landed him Sixth Man of the Year honors made him a fan favorite, but his past couple of playoff outing have left a lot to be desired. And Knicks fans are never shy about sharing their displeasure. When you add in the report that he was clubbin' before Game 5 against the Celtics...
Depending on who you talk to, the clubbing and slump have nothing to do with each other or there is a direct correlation.
I lean toward them being separate things, only because JR always hits the club and JR always been a streak shooter who makes a lot of boneheaded plays at times.
So, he isn’t doing anything differently now, than he has done his whole career. With that being said...
After the New York Knicks were defeated by the Indiana Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semis, JR Smith went to social media to defend himself against his critics.
Smith shot a dismal 4-15 and delivered a tremendous flop on a David West screen late in the 4th quarter. Critics were attributing Smith’s poor performance to internet allegations that he was partying at Jay...
The Knicks have been pretty inconsistent throughout the playoffs, but during the season they seem to play better when Amar’e is in his suit and tie.
But, coach Mike Woodson was insistent that when Amar’e was healthy enough to play, he would get some minutes and that is the plan for game 3 of the Knicks vs. Pacers series.
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Something is going on with Knicks guard J.R. Smith and if he doesn’t fix it, he might be glued to the bench. Smith has been in a terrible slump since elbowing Jason Terry during the Celtics series.
New York head coach Mike Woodson was on ESPN Radio, and let it be known Smith could lose his time if he doesn’t start shooting the ball well.
“I’ll gauge J.R. as we go along...
It wasn’t just salt on a rim that left a bitter taste in the mouths of Knicks fans on Cinco de Mayo. After an ugly final three games against the Boston Celtics in Round 1, the Knicks kept their rocky play going in Game 1 against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday. The Knicks lost 102-95 in a sloppy game where Melo shot 10-28 and J.R. Smith shot 4-15, however in Game 2, “The Game of...
George Karl is at home watching Mark Jackson and Mike Woodson.