March 9, 2017, 6:48 am
Whether as a group effort or just an individual pursuit, we have witnessed history being made all across the NBA during the 2016-17 season. Team by team, this series brings you the amazing, embarrassing and obscure stats that aren’t mentioned anywhere else. Now on “NBA Regular Season Record Chasing,” we visit with the New York Knicks, the league’s leading drama queens on and off the court.
This episode gets into:
–Phil Jackson‘s questionable approach to basketball operations
-One positive from Joakim Noah‘s lost season
–Lance Thomas finding his niche
-New York’s struggles to win with Carmelo Anthony
In case you missed the previous episode, we focused on Tom Thibodeau’s rotations, role players following in Randy Breuer‘s foot steps, and of course, rising stars Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins.
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