I'm joined by Matt Moore on Friday morning to talk about the revenge game that wasn't in the New York Knicks' loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. Raymond Felton's revenge was one of the nicer things that he has done for the Blazers, as he was dominated by a great effort from Damian Lillard. What is the best way to go about a revenge game? Do you want to tell people you're coming for them or leave people guessing after the fact?
Speaking of revenge, the NBA told everybody that Kobe Bryant was fouled by Dahntay Jones and should have shot two free throws in the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the Atlanta Hawks. What does this do for the league or the fan base or even Kobe Bryant? Does it actually give any transparency into what's going on with officiating? And would Kobe have limped to the line to shoot the free throws on one leg?