While preseason basketball can only be so interesting, most of the basketball world is curious to see what the New York Knicks new offense will look like under Phil Jackson and head coach Derek Fisher’s triangle system. What was the answer we got on Monday? Not very good so far.
Former WFUV and current ESPN and YES announcer Ryan Ruocco breaks down the big NBA news about LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and the Brooklyn Nets.
It started in 2010. That summer the NBA changed drastically and still has not been the same since. It was the summer where players began to take power into their own hands, abandoning the teams that drafted them and teaming up with other stars to win championships.
The Associated Press' Brian Mahoney joined Kelly Kultys and Drew Casey to talk NBA on One on One.
Kelly and Matt kicked off One on One this week by chatting with Marc Berman, Knicks writer for the New York Post, about the recent Knicks struggles.
Marc talked about the Knicks’ latest home loss to the Warriors and broke down the seemingly disheartened approach New York has been playing with in their recent games.
Marc also gave his take on the struggles of Raymond Felton this season, including Felton’s recent legal troubles, and how that affects his own play and the play of the Knicks.
Voice of the Knicks on ESPN NY 98.7 FM & WFUV Alumn Spero Dedes, as well as The Wall Street Journal's Chris Herring (@HerringWSJ), joined One on One earlier to react to a wild night in Manhattan, and look at where the Knicks are headed in light of Carmelo Anthony's spectacular performance. Hear what they think the Knicks might have to do to keep Carmelo Anthony around, as well as how the team might turn this into future success.
Seeking an additional opinion on the Knicks' recent hot streak, I called up the pragmatic Jim Cavan (@JPCavan) of Knicker Blogger (ESPN's Truehoop Network) and Bleacher Report to discuss Andrea Bargnani's improved defensive numbers, Raymond Felton's mystique, and Carmelo Anthony's spike in assists. Take a listen.