Eye on Basketball Podcast: Roundup of league action
Zach Harper and Matt Moore discuss the Knicks' loss to the Pacers, which teams are actually good, and preview tonight's games.
A big night of games and storylines gives us a lot to go over on this Thursday. Matt Moore joins me to go through all of Wednesday night's games and the fallout from those results. We start with the New York Knicks, who had a really great game and a bad loss at the same time. Is that possible? Can you fault the way Carmelo Anthony is playing? Do they need to just get healthy or are they becoming the Lakers of last season? Was the game officiated properly?
Then we move on to the coaching situation with the Brooklyn Nets. Should Jason Kidd be getting this kind of heat for his coaching so early? What are the Cleveland Cavaliers doing? Are the Washington Wizards starting to be fixed? Are the Boston Celtics the second worst team in the league? Have the Philadelphia 76ers fallen back to earth? What is wrong with the Houston Rockets? How murderous was Chris Paul in the fourth quarter against the Wolves? Are the Charlotte Bobcats actually decent? Anthony Davis is really good.
We discuss all of this, plus good juice, knees vs. ankles, and preview tonight's games.
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