Good afternoon, villagers. While the Knicks prepare for their second game in as many nights (no Amar'e tonight, b t dubs), why don't we see what's doing around the world wide web?
Take the jump for all kinds of delicious treats.
- Just to reiterate, I am not at all in favor of bats, but it is still Bat Month. Bulldog bats are one of many kinds of bats that use their echolocation skillz to FISH. That's just wrong and terrifying. Bats are douchebags.
- According to the people in the real world, the discussions between the Knicks and Nuggets with regards to Carmelo Anthony are still very much alive. As far as I can tell, a trade is no more or less likely than it was in, say, August. Rumors are sooooo three months ago. Where there is smoke, there is rarely fire. Usually, instead of fire, there is Frank Isola. That said, if you're super excited by the murmurs, there are outlets for said excitement.
- Straight Bangin's Knicks yearbook from the future continues. Anthony Randolph digs Gramercy Tavern.
- I get dozens of emails everyday demanding that I post a video of Shawne Williams and Bill Walker losing their collective shit over railway travel. At long last, I can come through for you guys. Thanks to Amar'e Stoudemire who twat it, and my homedawg JJ, who shared it.
- I'm seriously considering creating a section, if not an entire blog, entitled "Everything Timofey Mozgov Says Is Funny". Today's topic is MIkhail Prokhorov:
- If half of my emails are from Williams/Walker/train enthusiasts, the other half are from people demanding that I compare the 2010 Knicks to the five minutes between "Boardwalk Empire" and "Bored to Death". I'm always like "I can't, because I always watch "Boardwalk Empire" at 11, and the five minutes between "Eastbound and Down" and "Boardwalk Empire" is a TOTALLY different five minutes". Thankfully, Matt Lawyue is qualified to take care of you guys.
- My live-action caption for last night's post-dunk show of affection between Danilo Gallinari and Amar'e Stoudemire was just giggling and vigorous nipple-tweaking. Surely, y'all can do better. Seriously, I want a P&T citizen to win that contest.
- Via TKB, Tina Cervasio interviews the Knicks after last night's game. Toney Douglas talks about defense and D'Antoniball. Raymond Felton talks about settling into the system. Anthony Randolph wears a sweater.
- Update: The Works appreciates Mike D'Antoni's mustache.
Come on back for the game thread at 7! Have a victorious day!