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.