Have you seen the talk from the Knicks camp about how they're going to go through the guys who have proven it in the past, Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire? As opposed to the young guys who are still learning their way?
This drives me crazy.
If the past has proven anything, it's that the Knicks are far better when they don't isolate the stars with the ball, but instead create space for open shooters and drives to the rim.
David Thorpe brings some actual basketball knowledge to this topic and gives his two cents on just about every deadline trade.
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