Knickerbocker Tsunami on it's way!

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    You all forget the Celtics are veterans....they all have played in hostile environments and one can thrive in that!  View it as a challenge...a lot more pressure on the Knicks....if Stod plays, just jam him in the back several times when he comes around you...if Billilups plays, he won't be able to move too well...and do you really think Carmelo can do what he did again...doubt it!  We just have play Celtic ball and we will come out with a win...its that easy you terd heads! 
     
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    In Response to Re: Knickerbocker Tsunami on it's way!:
    [QUOTE]Rico by the way where have you been the last few days.  You haven't been missed.
    Posted by concord27[/QUOTE]
    Rico's been at the Copa Cabanna-The hottest spot north of Havana with Barry Mainlow
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Knickerbocker Tsunami on it's way! : On the flip side, they lost 96-93 with their team as constituted, minus Stoudemire and Billups. If Stoudemire can give them anything, it would be a plus.  I bet it's gamesmanship.  Billups may not play (knees are much more serious business, especially when there's blood drainage involved), but I would be very surprised if Stoudemire didn't play.
    Posted by Artist-Frmrly-Knwn-As-NickC1188[/QUOTE]

    Yeah, but every game is independent of itself.  Just because they did well with 2 guys out doesn't mean they won't get blown out when those two play again.
     
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    The Knick fans will be on fire, great atmosphere. Been to some of their playoff games over the years... yea, even their title seasons 400 years ago.  Hope they play Alicia Keys Concrete Jungle ... to fire the crowd up even more...

    Cant wait!!

    Will spark the Knicks and the crowd even more... But once the ball goes up, anything can happen, like the Celts opening up a 10 point lead.

    Side note.. most mental crowd I ever heard was at the Rangers (Hockey) Stanley Cup finals games in 94 (I think)..  The National Anthym consisted of the words "Oh, oh.." and thats about all you  could hear.. It was an insane asylum like Ive never heard before... even more so than when the Knicks won the title in 69-70.

    Just saying its gonna be fun for all of us pregame... the excitement and jacked up fans all for a team thats gonna get swept..LOL
     
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    Agreed. The atmosphere at MSG will be great. Probably like when Willis Reed came hobbling into the arena and inspired the fans and the Knicks against the Lakers in 1970. Stoudamire might try to do the same thing tonite.

    Big difference is the Knicks don't have Frazier, Bradley, DeBusschere, Willis or the Pearl this time around. Thank God! Plus the Celtics are tougher than the Lakers were back then.
     
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    The celtics have a chance of winning this game if the bench plays better.  Also have to play bettter defense and find a way of stopping Carmelo and Amare.  If this happens, the Celtics can win this game. 
    New York is playing at home and will be very determined to win their games at home. 
     
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