The Official New York Knicks Rest of the Season Forecast

February 21st, 2010 by Jared Zeidman Leave a reply »
The Knicks’ loss to the Thunder on Saturday night was pretty bad. They blew a six point lead with just over a minute left in regulation; and despite contributing much more than anyone on the planet thought he would, Tracy McGrady could have put the game away with his two missed free throws down the stretch. With that said however, Saturday night was the most excited I’ve been to watch a Knicks game in years, and the way the Knicks played (particularly the three new ones) certainly merited my excitement.

But early in the fourth quarter, as T-Mac continued to score astonishingly at will, Walt Fraizer said something very interesting: “If T-Mac went 0-19 from the field tonight, I’d tell you it’s his first game and it’s not an indication of what he’ll do for the rest of the year.”

One game is not an indication of whether or not T-Mac is going to be an MVP candidate again. But there are absolutely things that we can take from the new look Knicks’ first game, and apply for the rest of the year.

In fact, there are four.

Tracy McGrady will make a very compelling case to be ...

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