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Game 4: Charlotte Bobcats @ New York Knicks

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You people really are crazy though. MKG does not have to have a reliable jumpshot to impact the game and be a good starter in the league. He rebounds at a very high rate, gets blocks, steals, can initiate the offense a bit, plays great man and team defense, hustles all over the court, can run the break, and will be a team leader.

 

Meanwhile Jeff Taylor is killing it! Was always a big fan of that draft pick. I just want to see him be a bit more consistent and develop a better all around game (he's helping out on the boards tonight) before he's a starter though.

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Haha yes Jeff Taylor has looked good. 

 

Also total BS on the foul calls.  And the non-calls, Sessions was knocked down driving to the basket and got nothing.

 

I almost had to laugh at the late whistle they finally gave Kemba when he hit the floor on the Chandler injury/foul.

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These refs are trying so hard to keep the Knicks in the game

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and yeah, I'm in favor of Taylor starting over Hendo. 

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Take away all these bullshit fouls for the Knicks and we're probably up 20 points right now.

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I would give Kemba some credit, but this is what I expect from our young All-Star caliber PG.

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That Kemba layup should be top 10 plays tonight.

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