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Josh Harrellson's smelly farts are the Knicks' GAME CHANGER.

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"Thanks for the comfort, Josh, but your cast smells like poop nachos and I think you just farted on my hip." (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
"Thanks for the comfort, Josh, but your cast smells like poop nachos and I think you just farted on my hip." (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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This is a sponsored post. It's for Playstation, as you can probably tell from the branding up top. I have no requirements other than to comment on the Knicks' GAME CHANGER. That initially brought to mind the incredible rise of Jeremy Lin, the shooting of Steve Novak, the defense of Iman Shumpert, and all sorts of other stuff like that. There's one guy, though, whose potential to change games has gone overlooked while he's been recovering from injury...

...Josh Harrellson. Jorts, after shaking off some jitters early in the season, was looking like a steal in regular rotation minutes. He's a hard-working rebounder, a remarkably talented defender for such an inexperienced player, and, lo and behold, a pretty decent spot-up shooter from downtown. His real GAME CHANGING ability, though, was uncovered in a recent interview by Ryan and Jaylah, the two hardest-hitting reporters on the New York beat.

Watch it here (courtesy of P&T's own Melo Fellow), then come right back. Don't dawdle.

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Crazy, right!? How did we not know this? If you couldn't watch the video, the breaking news is that Harrellson is a smelly, smelly human being. Three separate Knicks confirmed this and Josh himself wouldn't deny it. Most of the comments didn't get into much detail, but Landry Fields's elevator remarks lead one to believe that Josh is an avid flatulator. Can you think of anything more GAME CHANGING? Have you ever played pick-up against somebody who smells terrible? It's impossible! Boxing out, wresting for loose balls, contesting shots-- these are activities made incredibly difficult by proximity to a ripe stench. Josh's personal odor (in my imagination: a mix of dirt, boar pheromones, and jerky gas) is an incredible asset to the Knicks, perhaps more so than his sweet shooting and disciplined defense. When he's healthy and back in the rotation, expect Josh Harrellson and his nostril-searing fetor to be the Knicks' GAME CHANGER.