NEW YORK KNICKS (NBA Live 2005)

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Postby Micchy_boy on Sat Apr 02, 2005 5:10 am

though i'm not a fan of fantasy draft, i have to give props to you coz you made this far with this format... (Y)
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Postby John WB on Sun Apr 03, 2005 4:51 am

Seattle SuperSonics
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Sunday, March 13

SEA: 133 NYK: 129

39 from Kevin Garnett and 22 from Casey Jacobsen was topped by 47 points from the Sonics' Michael Redd and 34 from Gary Payton. Casey Jacobsen tied his career high knocking down 7 3-pters. The seven 3's made is a new career-high.

Redd and GP lit the Knicks up. Redd hit 4 from beyond the arc, and Payton bested it with 5 of his own. 47 points for Michael Redd is a new career high, 7 points better than his previous one.

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HALFTIME REPORT

Box Score
Sonics - Knicks

Transactions
Knicks picked up shooting guard Casey Jacobsen as a free agent for the remainder of the season.

Previous Game
March 8: Knicks beat the Washington Wizards at the Garden. Knicks won relatively easy. The only news from the game was that Alonzo Mourning suffered an injury.


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Miami Heat
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Tuesday, March 15

MIA: 106 NYK: 123

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Baron Davis gets up for this monster dunk.

The game was close and Miami actually had the lead going until the fourth, but Baron Davis absolutely took the game over. The Knicks outscored the Heat by 26 in the finals quarter to come away with the win. Davis finished with a team-high 24. Rashard Lewis, in his return to New York, put up 35.

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Tip-off
Key Players at the Half: Rashard Lewis & Kevin Garnett (1 of 3)
Key Players at the Half: Rashard Lewis & Kevin Garnett (2 of 3)
Key Players at the Half: Rashard Lewis & Kevin Garnett (3 of 3)
HALFTIME REPORT
3rd Quarter Breakdown
Knicks with the 1-pt lead
Korver injured
Rashard Lewis throws it down hard

Box Score
Heat - Knicks

Transactions
Prior to the game vs. Miami Heat, The Knicks signed PF Samaki Walker as a free agent.


New York Knicks
vs. Atlanta Hawks
@ Philips Arena

Friday, March 18

NYK: 131 ATL: 129

Box Score
Knicks - Hawks
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Postby John WB on Tue Apr 05, 2005 6:24 pm

New York Knicks
vs. Golden State Warriors
@ The Arena in Oakland

Monday, March 28

NYK: 114 GSW: 119

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Despite Vince Carter's injury, the Warriors were able to beat the Knicks.

Bobby Jackson scored a career-high 37 points and LeBron James added 30.

Kevin Garnett and Gilbert Arenas had 26 apiece, Baron Davis had 10, and the bench struggled.

The Warriors swept the season series vs. the Knicks.

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Carter injured
Key Players at the Half: Arenas and Jackson (1 of 3)
Key Players at the Half: Arenas and Jackson (2 of 3)
Key Players at the Half: Arenas and Jackson (3 of 3)
3-point ball
KG dunk
Player of the Game: Bobby Jackson

Box Score
Knicks - Warriors
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Tue Apr 05, 2005 7:50 pm

Hehe, go Warriors! Probably the first time I see GS win a dynasty game being the CPU team...

Keep up the good work, John (Y)
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Postby Rip32 on Wed Apr 06, 2005 3:36 am

Bobby Jackson scored a career-high 37 points


Tough loss but its just 1 game you've still only lost 19 games..
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Postby John WB on Thu Apr 07, 2005 8:28 am

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New York Knicks
vs. Milwaukee Bucks
@ The Bradley Center

Sunday, April 3

NYK: 117 MIL: 108

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All 5 Knicks scored in double figures. Casey Jacobsen came off the bench as the 6th Knick player to score in double-digits. Jacobsen finished with 15. Kyle Korver had the team-high with 21 points, and he went 4 of 14 from the 3-pt line. Gilbert Arenas faired better, hitting on 3 of 7 shots attempted from the great beyond. Chris Mihm started and had another double-double, 18 points and 12 rebounds.

Box Score
Knicks

Previous Games
March 29: Knicks won at LaLa Land vs. the Los Angeles Lakers
April 1: Knicks won at MSG hosting their cross-town rivals the New Jersey Nets
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Postby c0nr4d on Sun Apr 10, 2005 11:47 am

good win (Y) Good even production from every player...keep er rollin! :-D
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Postby John WB on Mon Apr 11, 2005 3:49 am

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Washington Wizards
vs. New York Knicks
@ Madison Square Garden

Wednesday, April 20

WAS: 113 NYK: 136

Knicks win their Seventh straight.

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B-Diddy flushes it in reverse.

The Knicks have been playing their best basketball of the season and this all comes at the perfect time, with the Playoffs right around the corner.

Who the Knicks beat in route to their 7th straight win:
@ Pacers
vs. Raptors
@ Cavaliers
@ Hornetts
vs. Hawks
@ Bulls
vs. Wizards

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11-0 Run
GAME SUMMARY
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Postby John WB on Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:31 am

Knicks End-Of-Season Stats

Knicks finish the 2004-2005 season with the best overall record.

62-20 overall record
Winning percentage: 0.756

32-9 Home
Winning percentage: 0.780

30-11 Away
Winning percentage: 0.732

Losses
01: November 19 @ Dallas 126-128
02: November 21 vs. Cleveland 100-92
03: December 7 @ Memphis 82-90
04: December 8 @ New Orleans 102-126
05: December 14 @ New Jersey 102-106
06: December 15 vs. Detroit 112-99
07: December 17 @ Philadelphia 80-90
08: December 19 vs. Utah 114-113
09: January 19 @ Toronto 116-122
10: January 21 vs. Houston 133-114
11: January 25 vs. Phoenix 93-83
12: January 29 @ Detroit 105-108
13: February 4 @ Sacramento 82-114
14: February 5 @ Phoenix 119-122
15: February 22 @ Detroit 114-120
16: February 24 vs. Philadelphia 125-122
17: March 6 vs. Golden State 115-113
18: March 13 vs. Seattle 133-129
19: March 28 @ Golden State 114-119
20: April 8 vs. Chicago

December was the Knicks' worst month, losing 6 games.


Month-by-Month

November
Record: 11-2
Winning percentage: 0.846

December
Record: 10-6
Winning percentage: 0.625

January
Record: 10-4
Winning percentage: 0.714

February
Record: 9-4
Winning percentage: 0.692

March
Record: 10-3
Winning percentage: 0.769

April
Record: 11-1
Winning percentage: 0.917
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Postby John WB on Thu Apr 14, 2005 2:42 am

LEAGUE LEADERS
End of the season leaders.

Points Per Game
Kevin Garnett(NYK): 33.3

Field Goal %
Kevin Garnett(NYK): .729

3 Point %
Dion Glover(ATL): 1.000

Free Throw %
Kerry Kittles(HOU): 1.000

Offensive Rebounds Per Game
Andrei Kirilenko(ATL): 5.0

Defensive Rebounds Per Game
Ben Wallace(CHI): 11.8

Rebounds Per Game
Ben Wallace(CHI): 14.5

Blocks Per Game
Kevin Garnett(NYK): 4.22

Steals Per Game
Baron Davis(NYK): 7.28

Assists Per Game
Mike Bibby(DET)/Steve Nash(UTA): 7.7

Minutes Per Game
Andrei Kirilenko(ATL): 43.3


TOP OF THE NBA STANDINGS

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Postby Micchy_boy on Thu Apr 14, 2005 3:18 am

that was fast, do you sim all the remaining games....

hope you do good in playoffs!!!
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Postby John WB on Thu Apr 14, 2005 3:40 am

Micchy_boy wrote:that was fast, do you sim all the remaining games....

Nah, I don't like simming.

I would have posted more box scores and pics for games I didn't review, but pics I had didn't fit with what else I was posting and I forgot to save the box scores a bunch of times.

Micchy_boy wrote:hope you do good in playoffs!!!

Thanks. I hope we do good too.

I'll have a Playoffs preview up next.
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Postby John WB on Sun Apr 17, 2005 5:21 am

PLAYOFF PREVIEW

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Playoff History

New York Knicks vs. Chicago Bulls

The Knicks got swept by the New Jersey Nets 4 games to none in the first round of the Playoffs last year, while the Bulls did not even make the Playoffs

1989: Chicago Bulls defeat the New York Knicks in the conference semifinals.

1991: Chicago Bulls defeat the New York Knicks in the first round of the playoffs.

1992: The defending NBA Champion Chicago Bulls defeat the New York Knicks 4 games to 3 in the conference semifinals.

1993: The New York Knicks finish 60-22 (a record indentical to their current one), but the Chicago Bulls defeat the New York Knicks 4 games to 2 in the Eastern Conference Finals, after the Knicks had started the series off with a two-game lead.

1994: New York Knicks defeat the Jordan-less Chicago Bulls 4 games to 3 in the conference semifinals.

1996: Chicago Bulls defeat the New York Knicks 4 games to 1 in the conference semifinals.

Bulls won 5 out of 6 of the teams Playoff match-ups.


Playoff Experience

It's been 9 years since the last time these two teams met in the NBA Playoffs. But these two teams are completely different. There is no Michael Jordan or Patrick Ewing. There is one Knick, however, that remains. The Knicks reacquired PG Charlie Ward back from Atlanta in February before the trading deadline. Ward gives the Knicks leadership (this is his 12th year in the league) and experience (Ward was on the 1999 team that went to the NBA Finals).

Mehmet Okur: Finals
Kevin Garnett: Conference Finals
Kyle Korver: none
Baron Davis: Conference Semifinals
Gilbert Arenas: none
Chris Mihm: none
Vladamir Radmanovic: First Round
Charlie Ward: Finals
Steve Smith: Finals
Samaki Walker: Finals
Casey Jacobsen: First Round

Ben Wallace: Finals
Shareef Abdur-Rahim: none
Tim Thomas: First Round
Allan Houston: Finals
Eric Snow: Finals
J.R. Smith: none
Andrew DeClercq: First Round
Kris Humphries: none

Knicks
Finals: 4
Conference Finals: 1
Conference Semifinals: 1
First Round: 2
None: 3

Pistons
Finals: 3
Conference Finals: 0
Conference Semifinals: 0
First Round: 2
None: 3

Both teams have players that have gone as deep as the NBA Finals, and each has at least one that has actually won the entire thing. Knicks' Mehmet Okur(with Detroit) and Steve Smith(with San Antonio) and Bulls' Ben Wallace(with Detroit). The experience of Chicago's backcourt Allan Houston and Eric Snow should help the Bulls match-up against the Knicks' outstanding backcourt of Baron Davis and Gilbert Arenas, who will be on his first trip to the NBA Playoffs.


Season Series

Saturday, January 15: Knicks defeat the Bulls (1-0) @ The United Center
Monday, January 17: Knicks defeat the Bulls (2-0) @ Madison Square Garden
Friday, April 8: Bulls defeat the Knicks (2-1) @ Madison Square Garden
Tuesday, April 19: Knicks defeat the Bulls (3-1) @ The United Center

Knicks won the season series 3 games to 1.

New York Knicks have the best record in the league (62-20) and have won seven straight going into the Playoffs.

But the last team to beat them was the Chicago Bulls (42-40), and they did it at Madison Square Garden.


Key Players

Kevin Garnett 24.2ppg 4.9apg 13.9rpg 2.2bpg 1.5spg 39.4mpg
Baron Davis 22.9ppg 7.5apg 4.3rpg 2.36spg 40.1mpg
Gilbert Arenas 19.3ppg 4.9apg 4.5rpg 1.8spg 36.9mpg

Ben Wallace 9.5ppg 1.7apg 12.4rpg 3bpg 1.8spg 37.7mpg
Shareef Abdur-Rahim 16.28ppg 2.18apg 7.52rpg 0.85spg 31.6mpg
Allan Houston 18.48ppg 1.98apg 2.42rpg 0.76spg 36mpg


Probable Starters

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C- Mehmet Okur
PF- Kevin Garnett
SF- Kyle Korver
SG- Baron Davis
PG- Gilbert Arenas

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C- Ben Wallace
PF- Shareef Abdur-Rahim
SF- Tim Thomas
SG- Allan Houston
PG- Eric Snow
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Postby John WB on Sun Apr 17, 2005 11:52 am

2005 NBA PLAYOFFS

KNICKS VS. BULLS: GAME ONE

Sunday, April 24, 2005
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
3:00PM ABC/R/TOR1

First Round

CHI: 107 NYK: 129

Knicks lead the best-of-7 series 1-0

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Knicks bulldoze the Bulls!

The Big Ticket was BIG for the Knicks, scoring 42 points and pulling down 14 rebounds.

The Bulls high man was Tim Thomas with 24.

Knicks lead pretty much all the way and the Bulls seemed unable to stop them. Bad news for Bulls fans.

Kevin Garnett was a nightmare for Shareef Abdur-Rahim, starting the series off with a very strong 42 points.

Knicks take a 1-0 series lead. Game two will be back in the Garden. Games three and four will be in Chicago. Game five (if necessary) will be in New York City, game six (if necessary) in Chi-Town, and game seven (if necessary) will be back in MSG.

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Starting Lineups
Ben Wallace
Gilbert Arenas running some clock
GAME SUMMARY
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Postby AlwaysWhat,NeverWhy on Sun Apr 17, 2005 12:05 pm

Looking good, looking good... Let's hope the title lands in NY this spring (Y)
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Postby John WB on Mon Apr 18, 2005 6:11 am

2005 NBA PLAYOFFS

KNICKS VS. BULLS: GAME TWO

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Tuesday, April 26, 2005
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
8:00PM TNT/TSN

First Round

CHI: 125 NYK: 146

Knicks lead the best-of-7 series 2-0

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Baron Davis Injured.

1 minutes 50 seconds into the game, Knicks All-Star point guard Baron Davis suffered a leg injury and had to be helped off the court(pictured) by teammates Vladimir Radmanovic(left) and Kevin Garnett(right).

The Bulls Allan Houston also suffered an injury, but nothing serious as he was able to quickly return to the game.

Baron Davis was eventually able to return to the game, but Coach Wilkens limited his minutes as a precaution. The Knicks cannot afford Davis to be out with a serious injury if they hope to make a strong run in the Playoffs. Baron Davis finished playing only 5 minutes.

Kevin Garnett had another big game, scoring 38 points and grabbing 14 rebounds.

Former Knick and current Bull SF Tim Thomas had 40 points in the losing effort.

Knicks go two up on the Bulls heading into Game 3 Wednesday night at The United Center. Games three and four will be in Chicago. Game five (if necessary) will be in New York City, game six (if necessary) in Chi-Town, and game seven (if necessary) will be back in MSG.

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Tip-Off
Allan Houston suffers a minor injury
Houston for 3 with 3 left on the shot clock
HALFTIME REPORT
A rare Bull dunk
Garnett at the free-throw line
Ben Wallace swats away Chris Mihm's shot
3rd Quarter Breakdown
Houston shows his arm is fine
GAME SUMMARY
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Postby -BHZMAFIA- on Mon Apr 18, 2005 6:16 am

I'm looking for you to go ahead and win the whole thing with that team you have. B-Diddy and KG is just unstoppable. Keep up the good work (Y)
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Postby John WB on Mon Apr 18, 2005 6:29 am

Thanks. I'm screwed if Baron Davis isn't healthy for the next round. So I played him very little game 2. Semis, we will be faced off against the 4 vs. 5 winner and if Pistons win that, I wasn't able to beat the Pistons at all during the season with everyone healthy. So I'm hoping Cleveland wins.
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Postby Ruff Ryder on Mon Apr 18, 2005 7:23 am

Nice, btw, I was googling for the LeBron James pic in a Knicks uni, and this dynasty came up. :lol: It went mainstream!!! (Y) (Y) :mrgreen:
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Postby John WB on Mon Apr 18, 2005 7:31 am

Cool. :D What'd you search under?

He's one player that I've never got on the Knicks. I'd like to get him, but it's hard cause he makes so little.
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Postby Ruff Ryder on Mon Apr 18, 2005 7:54 am

I searched for "lebron james knicks" for this pic: Image

One of the pics that came up was LeBron in a GSW jersey from your ASW.
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Postby Heiks on Mon Apr 18, 2005 7:56 am

damn that baron's out, but stil you will sweep the bulls

btw, very interesting, i also have trouble beating the pistons,
even though i play with some accurate rosters from december
and the players aren't the same, who are in detroit in your dynasty?
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Postby John WB on Mon Apr 18, 2005 8:14 am

Ruff Ryder wrote:I searched for "lebron james knicks" for this pic: Image

One of the pics that came up was LeBron in a GSW jersey from your ASW.

That's cool. :) Thanks for pointing it out. (Y)

Heiks wrote:btw, very interesting, i also have trouble beating the pistons,
even though i play with some accurate rosters from december
and the players aren't the same, who are in detroit in your dynasty?


Detroit Pistons:
Lorenzen Wright
Rodney Rogers
Glenn Robinson
Paul Pierce
Mike Bibby
Morris Peterson
Marcus Banks
Nick Collison
Jared Jeffries
Willie Green
Anthony Carter
Dan Gadzuric
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Postby Buckley on Mon Apr 18, 2005 12:24 pm

good luck in the playoffs. that team is built.

too bad about barons injury, whos fillin in for him?
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Postby John WB on Mon Apr 18, 2005 12:33 pm

The injury's nothing serious. He can play, but not too many minutes at a time or itl'll be risking a worse injury.

Charlie Ward's the back-up point. But he's not so good, so I don't play him too much. Only in garbage time..

But what I do do is switch Arenas back over to the point. (I usually share the role of point between he and Baron depending on match-ups) and play Steve Smith and Casey Jacobsen off the bench at the shooting guard. They give me more size and both can hit the 3.

Or I'll go big and play KG and Rad at the forwards, Korver at the shooting guard, and Arenas the point.

Game 2 I started KG at Center, Rad at PF, Korver SF, Baron at SG, and Arenas at point. And then I had Jacobsen or Smith come off the bench to replace Baron at SG. That's my 3-pt shooting lineup. It's a lot better with Baron there.
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