If you need a good laugh, read up on the Knicks.
The Knicks blew up last night because of their love of the 3-point
shot. They blew a 17-point lead and the Nate Robinson controversy is on
the verge of blowing up, too.
Coach Mike D'Antoni stuck to his
guns and stubbornly didn't play Robinson for the seventh straight game,
despite Larry Hughes' groin injury and the Knicks desperately needing
an offensive jolt.
The night began with a glow as the Knicks
built a 25-8 lead and it ended with the club dubiously setting a piece
of history. The Knicks set the franchise's all-time record for 3-point
attempts with 47 3-point bombs in a hideous 98-89 defeat last night to
the Bulls for their second straight loss.
98-89 loss to the Bulls at the United Center. "I don't know a coach yet
that says, you know what, I don't like him [and] I'd rather lose. That
doesn't work. I'd play Satan himself if I could win. I got no morals or
"I'm judged if we win or lose," D'Antoni added.
"There is nothing else. You win enough, you stay, you lose enough,