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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:13 pm 
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The next Swish41. Last time he also did a Dream Shake. Bright future ahead of him as long that Melo will whole-heartedly accept that Zing is the new man for the Knicks. He should compliment the talents of Kristaps not competing it :)

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2015 2:22 am 
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The next Swish41. Last time he also did a Dream Shake. Bright future ahead of him as long that Melo will whole-heartedly accept that Zing is the new man for the Knicks. He should compliment the talents of Kristaps not competing it :)


Melo has accepted that, even said the Godzinga will be the future leader of the Knicks.
KP's game complements Melo's very well.
Eventually they will run more plays for him.

This kid will be even better than Dirk because of his defensive awareness and athleticism.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2015 11:09 am 
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barring any major injuries... :)

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:26 am 
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He had 11 points (5/11FG), 8 rebs, 2 stls, 3 blks against Miami Heat today...

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 2:46 pm 
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Olats again today against Houston...

Stats of Kristaps:

20pts (8/13 FG), 13 rebs, 1 asst, a stl, 2 blks

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2015 4:30 pm 
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Olats again today against Houston...

Stats of Kristaps:

20pts (8/13 FG), 13 rebs, 1 asst, a stl, 2 blks


Double-double? not bad for KP6... :) :D

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 3:15 pm 
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KRISTAPS PORZINGIS stats today against Philly:

20pts (6/10 FG), 10 rebs, 2 assts, 4 blks in almost 30 minutes of play...

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 5:16 pm 
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Lets make another comparison :D



Rik Smiths Rookie year : 82 Games 11.7pts 6.1 Rebs 1.9Blk


Porzingis so far : 13.8pts 9.3Rebs 2.0Blk

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 5:23 pm 
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miron_lang wrote:
Lets make another comparison :D



Rik Smiths Rookie year : 82 Games 11.7pts 6.1 Rebs 1.9Blk


Porzingis so far : 13.8pts 9.3Rebs 2.0Blk


kaya ni KP6 yan... :) :D

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 5:49 pm 
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miron_lang wrote:
Lets make another comparison :D



Rik Smiths Rookie year : 82 Games 11.7pts 6.1 Rebs 1.9Blk


Porzingis so far : 13.8pts 9.3Rebs 2.0Blk


Mod miron, you are overlooking one crucial facet of Kristaps' game in your comparisons--the 3 point shot. The kid is making almost 1 trey per game in his young career which is impressive for someone who's 7' 3". Yao, Sampson and Smiths are no stretch bigs, afaik. Kristaps is tall but he is not a natural center. He is a stretch 4.

I know the comparisons are just for fun. It's just maybe we should compare him to someone that resembles his game more.

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doubleblade29 wrote:
miron_lang wrote:
Lets make another comparison :D



Rik Smiths Rookie year : 82 Games 11.7pts 6.1 Rebs 1.9Blk


Porzingis so far : 13.8pts 9.3Rebs 2.0Blk


Mod miron, you are overlooking one crucial facet of Kristaps' game in your comparisons--the 3 point shot. The kid is making almost 1 trey per game in his young career which is impressive for someone who's 7' 3". Yao, Sampson and Smiths are no stretch bigs, afaik. Kristaps is tall but he is not a natural center. He is a stretch 4.

I know the comparisons are just for fun. It's just maybe we should compare him to someone that resembles his game more.


Pwede kaya kay Dirk Nowitzki? :?: :?:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2015 2:48 pm 
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whinz wrote:
doubleblade29 wrote:
miron_lang wrote:
Lets make another comparison :D



Rik Smiths Rookie year : 82 Games 11.7pts 6.1 Rebs 1.9Blk


Porzingis so far : 13.8pts 9.3Rebs 2.0Blk


Mod miron, you are overlooking one crucial facet of Kristaps' game in your comparisons--the 3 point shot. The kid is making almost 1 trey per game in his young career which is impressive for someone who's 7' 3". Yao, Sampson and Smiths are no stretch bigs, afaik. Kristaps is tall but he is not a natural center. He is a stretch 4.

I know the comparisons are just for fun. It's just maybe we should compare him to someone that resembles his game more.


Pwede kaya kay Dirk Nowitzki? :?: :?:


Definitely. Kristaps is hoisting 2.7 3pt attempts per game while Nowitzki was at 1.4 attempts per game in his rookie season. This only means the 3 ball is an integral part of their game.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2015 5:14 pm 
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Phil Jackson feeling pretty good as Kristaps Porzingis turns from draft day shocker to new toast of town
From: The Web December 3, 2015, 01:20 pm


PHIL Jackson is feeling pretty good these days.

The New York Knicks team president recently talked with the New York Post about Kristaps Porzingis, their rookie from Latvia whose solid performance has impressed the team’s fickle fans, some of whom booed him when as overall No.4 pick in the 2015 NBA Rookie Draft.

"There's a magical element to this young man that's caught the admiration of the fanbase and around the country who follow the Knicks," Jackson in an interview on SiriusXM NBA Radio on Wednesday (Thursday, Manila time) about one of the Knicks’ bright spots and a possible heir apparent to franchise star Carmelo Anthony.

"He's got the right temperament, right attitude, carries himself well. He's not getting the calls, (but) he doesn't protest or get upset."

In his first 18 games, the 20-year old Porzingis has posted 13.7 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game, numbers that have exceeded expectations in what was supposed to be a slow learning process.

The Zen Master described his prized protégé as “very calm" and possessing “a balanced nature about his game," Jackson said in the article.

"It's a learning process. You see the growth game to game. That's really the ticket you look at. You watch a young player developing, learning, how he's learning to deal with the physical nature of the game, speed of our game.”

When a video of Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard dunking on Porzingis went viral, the ten-time NBA champion coach was quick to shrug it off as part of the young big man’s growing pains.

"It's ridiculous. Everyone gets dunked on in the NBA. He laughed it off. He's a lightning rod to our fan corps. You can't hide him. He stands out in the crowd."

Last season, the Knicks finished the season with a horrible 17-65 win-loss record. The team already has nine victories in its first 19 games and is contending for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. With a healthy Anthony and a surprising Porzingis plus veterans Arron Afflalo and Robin Lopez gives the team a solid core.

"It's not me, it's all on (Porzingis)," said Jackson. "This is the young man that's done it. You sit in those spots (in the draft) and analyze what you can do and have control of. … We made a choice, a logical choice, and not having seen him but once in person, just in a shooting exhibition, I felt comfortable making the choice. I'm just happy the personality, drive and work ethic goes along with that talent level.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 05, 2015 3:30 am 
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Reminds me of this guy, a very skilled 7+ footer NBA import.

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KRISTAPS PORZINGIS stats today against Brooklyn:

19pts (7/13FG , 3/4 from downtown), 10 rebs, 1 ast, 2blks and 1TO in 26mins of play...

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