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Good afternoon, counselors. Hope you're having a cheerful day. Did you get the package I sent to your office? Oh. Oh...god. You should maybe check your mailbox right now. Oh god, I hope it's still breathing.
Take the jump for some links!
- YO THAT'S A LONG-ASS TORTOISE.
- Matt Moore did a splendid job of examining what, spacing-wise, has worked for Carmelo Anthony since returning, and what hasn't. He spends a lot of time on the weak side of the floor (by design, I assume), but the ball sometimes doesn't make it over there for minutes at a time.
- If you missed it last night, Will wrote about J.R. Smith's rather candid Twitter post. If you guys aren't on Twitter, you should know that Earl tweets CONSTANTLY. Constantly. He takes photos of himself and his surroundings all throughout the day, carries on really blunt conversations with all sorts of people, and shares what appear to be lyrics he wrote himself. You know what he's doing and where he is pretty much all day. It's bizarre and fascinating.
- And here's a sorta companion piece from the Times about Lin's agent, Roger Montgomery.
- Very very very very.
- The Knicks are in Steve Novak's home state of Wisconsin tonight, and the reporters got a chance to speak with Steve's dad today. Here's one little gem. Word is we'll be hearing more during the game.
- Another update about the Knicks' possible starting lineup tonight. This is the smallest lineup possibility I've seen yet. I've given up wonderin' and speculatin' until game time.
- Well, Amar'e Stoudemire SAID that he and the Knicks ought to play better interior defense tonight, so that's something.
And that's all I've got for now! We're going to be giving away a t-shirt in an hour or two, so be on the lookout for that.