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After dismantling the world Chump Heat... the make up of this Knick team will not be taking nights off as they have done under past coaches. The depth of this team is plain out scary. Philly has no chance of even making this game competitive. The quality of our bench will keep each starter on their toes.. every night. Rasheed Wallace has been the most overlooked piece of our roster since his signing. Keep in mind Sheed just turned 38. He's younger than Kirt Thomas ( who plays 10 years younger than his age) younger than Jason Kidd and Camby. Rasheed's size, shooting ability and defensive presence brings chills to think of him putting 15-20 quality minutes per night at the 4 or 5. In the past the Knicks would most likely have a drop off game considering the thumping we just gave the Heat. Not this year. An argument can be made that our entire roster could possibly be starters on other teams in this league... including the man who made the final cut ..Chris Copeland. Thank God...
BEST OF MAXIM
HE'S STILL GOT IT
As I said in the last post I went to the New York Knicks game in Philly tonight and J.R. Smith had the play of the game. While that may be so no player electrified the crowd then Philly native Rasheed Wallace. EVERY time Sheed touched the ball the crowd would start to chant SHEEEEED and every time he hoisted a three you’d hear the chant even louder or a collective sigh. You...
There was a time when Rasheed Wallace was considered by some to be the most talented big man in the the NBA. There were several moments during his career when he sure seemed that way. But then, Rasheed Wallace seemingly … Continue reading →
KNOW YOUR ROLE
Rasheed Wallace knows his best days are long behind him, but he's more than comfortable with his bench role on the Knickerbockers.
Graphic Don't Lie
According to RealGM, Rasheed Wallace is leading the NBA in PER. The above graphic puts 'Sheed in some pretty nice company, as two of the 4 other featured players won NBA player of the week honors (Jennings and Harden). You'll get 'em next week 'Sheed!
Related: Video: Rasheed Wallace makes NBA comeback tonight, scores a 3 pointer
Last night the Knicks surprised many with their thrashing of the Miami Heat. With blowouts, the always live Madison Square Garden crowd has something to say. Well, last night’s chants had to do with Rasheed Wallace entering the court. According to Pro Basketball Talk, after the crowd ignited the idea Coach Mike Woodson had this to say to Wallace.
“You want to play, Rasheed?” Woodson...
Here at Menudo Bol, we love Rasheed Wallace and now it seems so does MSG.
Must feel great for Wallace to hear the chants calling for his check in on the court. And in classic Sheed fashion, he drills a 3.
Welcome back Sheed.
Things got kind of crazy in Madison Square Garden tonight as the Knicks defeated the Heat. But the crowd begged Mike Woodson to put Rasheed Wallace in, and Woodson obeyed. 'Sheed proceeded to play for 3 minutes and make one 3 pointer, which is very different from all of his talk during the off-season about how he was coming back to show all the younger players how to play in...
New York Knicks forward Rasheed Wallace made a ridiculous three-point buzzer beater to end the third quarter of Monday night's 110-88 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
Wallace finished the night with 10 points and three rebounds while Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks in scoring with 21 points.
J.R. Smith had a nice game with 17 points, 5 assists and seven rebounds...
Rasheed Wallace on his role w/NYK: "I accept my Brian Scalabrine role. I'm cool with it."about 11 hours ago via TweetDeckReplyRetweetFavorite@JeffZillgittJeff ZillgittI only shared this because I thought it would significantly enhance your life. Also, because I wanted to point out that Scal — who still doesn’t seem 100 percent comfortable on camera — provides...
The Knicks had their home opener Friday night at Madison Square Garden while the city recovered from the turmoil of Hurricane Sandy. Perhaps playing off emotion – or giving us a glimpse of what we can expect from the franchise this season – the team went out and thrashed the Miami Heat 104-84. One of [...]
There are many Knicks fans proclaiming, "The Knicks are back!," following the team's 2-0 start with wins over the Heat and 76ers.Perhaps a little bit more time is needed to assert such a statement, but one thing can be said for sure: the "offices" of KnicksJournal.com are back up and running following the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.As for the team, the...
Let’s just say you won a sizable lottery over the last 30 days and would like to buy an incredible pad owned by an NBA player or coach. What can you get for your money? Do you want a pool or a place without a pool but in a great location?
It’s time for a new edition of House Hunters: NBA.
There’s a house here for multiple budgets. Need a small(ish) penthouse apartment in Phoenix...
The Nets debut at the Barclays center last night was the first professional sports game in Brooklyn since the Dodgers beat the Pirates 2-0 on September 24th, 1957. Only 6,662 fans showed up to say goodbye to their “Bums,” which is 11k less than the attendance for last night’s Nets’ game.
New Jersey and Long Island weren’t kind to the Nets throughout their history. There...