Bernard joins Clyde and Breen tonight to call the Knick game.
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Ugly start for the Knicks.
Tough half for Lin. 8 turnovers. Knicks played like crud. Still only down 4 at the half.
Not their night. Novak couldn't hit a three. Lin played better in the second half and they made it close, down by three, down by two, but they never could tie it.
Next up, Mavs on Sunday. Then Nets Monday and Hawks on Wednesday ends the home stand. They'll play the Heat in Miami on Thursday and then break for the All Star weekend.
Only watched the first half. Ugly basketball. Turned on a movie with the wife.
Lin's a work in progress, definitely needs seasoning, but I love his energy.
I caught the second half, MSG and twc resolved, yay. Could not stop pick and roll on defense. A few mindless plays here and there. But Lin and amare Showed signs of working well together, so that was good. Bad news is that they lost to one of the very worst teams in league at home. Oh well. If they can win 2 or 3 of the next four, this game will be forgotten quickly.
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