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Monday Marmots

Here's what's floating around the internets today...

  • Yesterday's Phoenix-San Antonio matchup was a hell of a game. Even though the Suns couldn't pull it out after Nash's face fell off, I enjoyed it immensely. Henry Abbott's notes are worth a read. By the way (and Henry mentions this), did you see Nash's postgame interview? The man is pissed. Pencil him in for 40 tomorrow.
  • The Jazz-Warriors series begins tonight. Hard not to be excited for that one.
  • SB Nation news that I'm sure will interest some of you: The Nation has a fantastic new blog called NY Landing Strip. It's not what you think. It's about the Jets. Relax.
  • This post at the Fanhouse tells of changes on the horizon for European-American transfer rules. Which made me think...Have the Knicks ever, EVER, had a decent foreign player? I'm just going off the top of my head, but I can't come up with anyone (besides Ivan Radovadovitch from "Eddie"). In fact, I think just about every team in the league has had one solid foreign player...except for New York. Why is that?
  • In closing, I must pass along this video I saw for the first time yesterday, starring former Knick Dikembe Mutombo. The highlight? "Pasta Pasta. It was named after Pasta. HAHAHAHA." Gotta love Dikembe.
That's some classic shit right there. I'll be backatcha later. Peace.