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JR Smith galère dans l'attaque en triangle

L’attaque en triangle est un système très difficile à mettre en place. Cela repose sur un jeu de passe, avec un mouvement de balle rapide, et qui force les joueurs a axer leur jeu sur le collectif. 345 more words


Keidel: The NBA Is Here, Which Means The Carmelo Anthony Apologists Are Back

By Jason Keidel
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As our two NFL teams tank, we are approaching the oblivion of winter. That means no baseball, some channel-skipping football and basketball. 1,178 more words


J.R. Smith on triangle offense: “Being the type of player I've been, it's a struggle.” Shocking.

Anyone not see this coming?

J.R. Smith has real strengths as a player — he can get hot from deep, he can attack the basket, and he is one of the best in the game at making contested shots. 517 more words

New York Knicks

Phil Jackson agrees with Jeff Van Gundy's assessment of Triangle Offense

Jeff Van Gundy, current analyst for ESPN and former head coach of the New York Knicks, recently downplayed the impact that any one system has on a given team’s success. 348 more words

New York Knicks

Press Release: The Coach

Did you want to meet Smells Like Nirvana’s coach?
Maybe ask him a question about the offense?
Or his history as a coach before getting this job? 158 more words

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The Knicks' new approach

The Knicks already had their first dramatic moment of the 2014-15 season and it hasn’t even technically started yet. Carmelo Anthony hit a game-winner against the Washington Wizards last night, and Phil Jackson said that ‘Melo is really the only bona fide star on the Knicks’ roster. 669 more words