After an absolutely gut wrenching loss to the Pelicans last night, the Knicks (0-7) get right back at it, this time in Chicago. Yesterday was hilarious. Alex had me on the ropes, he just couldn’t seal the deal. I turned up the pressure, threw Zion Williamson at the center and came back from a double digit deficit to win by one point after a couple untimely turnovers and well... take a look.
Thanks to everyone for joining the stream and Shwinny and James for joining the broadcast. What happens tonight when the Knicks aren’t sorely overmatched by the opponent’s talent? Tuuuuune in!
Alex is committed to being the Knicks until they get a win. So the poor guy is stuck on stupid until that time comes. I feel for him, I really do. They are deeply frustrating team to play with. Tonight against the Bulls it would seem is an excellent opportunity for Alex to rid himself of this butt wipe team.
Keys & Predictions
The Bulls probably have just enough shot creation to keep a step ahead of the Knicks. The real question is whether I have the chops to harness it. I really do not like the Bulls, so I have a funny feeling that- even if I don’t mean to- I may end up hoping Chicago loses and shit, I can Jim Boylen them to death. Alex also could probably just whale on me and have an easy time. That’s not crazy talk. All told, I bet the Knicks have the knack tonight. Bulls start off ok, go totally cold, then attempt a fake comeback.
Knicks by 8.
Warm Up Music
Word came that Doris Burke tested positive for COVID-19. This is going to touch so many people. Please keep calm, stay vigilant, wash your hands, don’t touch your face, do everything in your power to keep yourself and others safe! Whether you know that person or not doesn’t matter. It is imperative that we all work together to lighten the load on the health care community.
Since today’s thoughts are with Doris Burke, it’s Doris’ day and I present you my favorite Doris Day song written by Terry Melcher and arranged & composed by the legend, Jack Nitzsche. So stick with the social distancing by moving over, babe.
Move over at least six feet. Shelter in place!