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New York Knicks

Tom Lorenzo Weighs in on All-Star Weekend, Nets at Break

by Kenny Ducey

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Kenny Ducey and Pat Burns chatted with Tom Lorenzo (@TomLorenzo) of NetsDaily regarding tonight's All-Star Saturday & the upcoming All-Star Game on Sunday. He places a wager on whether or not Ben McLemore will throw down a 720 dunk, and also defends 7-Time All-Star Joe Johnson in light of some of criticism surrounding his selection. Plus, he gives his take on Carmelo Anthony's comments that he'd like to take less money.

Pick and Pod: February 12th - Knicks Trade Rumors, All-Star Weekend with Seth Rosenthal

by Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld, Kevin Kelly

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Kenny Ducey and Matt Rosenfeld talk with Seth Rosenthal (@seth_rosenthal) of SB Nation's Posting and Toasting about the Knicks at the trade deadline, JR Smith, and All-Star Weekend. We ask Seth to place a wager alog with ours on Ben McLemore doing a 720 dunk like he says he may.

We'll leave JR Smith here staring at him to make sure he follows through if McLemore pulls it off:

Pick and Pod: February 7th - Tommy Beer talks Carmelo, Mike Woodson, All-Star Weekend

by Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld, Kevin Kelly

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Kenny Ducey, Matt Rosenfeld, and Kevin Kelly chat about the struggles of the Cavaliers, the firing of their GM & All-Star Weekend. Tommy Beer (@TommyBeer) of Basketball Insiders calls in to discuss the job security of Mike Woodson, whether he sees Carmelo Anthony being traded, and how he would add some excitment to All-Star Saturday.

Spero Dedes, Chris Herring React to Historic Night at MSG

by Kenny Ducey

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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.

Jim Cavan Breaks Down Knicks' Recent Success

by Kenny Ducey

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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.

What's Different About These Knicks?

by Kenny Ducey

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Let's get one thing straight: the Knicks' season is not saved. For all of the postives you can take from this past five-game winning streak, one could argue there just as many negatives still remaining with the team, like their balky FT%, their lack of a starting two-way PG, and the questionable basketball IQ that's been shown time and time again under the leadership of Mike Woodson.

What Is Mike Woodson Doing, Folks?

by Kenny Ducey

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JR Smith's gaffe at the end of Friday night's loss in Houston is hardly an isolated incident. There's been an unsightly pattern of mental errors committed by the Knicks, putting their chances of victory in jeopardy, and that must fall on the head coach.