Brian Geltzeiler joins Sid Rosenberg on 640 AM in Miami to discuss the Heat, Pacers, the Knicks and the Western Conference playoff run.
Chris Sheridan was back on with Sid Rosenberg talking everything Hoops related. They spent the majority of the time previewing the Knicks and Heat match up that will be played this Sunday.
Chris Sheridan joined Sid Rosenberg on 640-AM in Miami to discuss the Miami Heat’s recent struggles. They also talk about the Kevin Garnett and Carmelo Anthony feud. Do not miss this podcast!
Chris Sheridan joined Sid Rosenberg on 640-AM in Miami to discuss the surging Bulls, the impact the Knicks are having in the Eastern Conference and Miami’s own Miami Heat. Tune in below to hear Chris’ spot with Sid!
There is only one undefeated team remaining in the NBA, and New Yorkers would be ecstatic about it if they weren’t spending all of their time on gasoline lines and on hold with Con Edison.
In Miami, the Heat’s lopsided loss to the Knicks has already been written off, and they are penciling themselves into the NBA Finals — as is their right, sort of.
Here’s the thing: The Knicks have been rebuilt to defeat the Heat with a combination of size, defensive focus, depth and 3-point shooting. They have all those things.
Do I think the Knicks could defeat the Heat in a seven-game series? Not ready to say that, yet.
As old as they are, they are going to be mixing and matching lineups throughout the season as they deal with what should be a steady stream of injuries. But the Boston Celtics took the Heat to seven games last spring using Kevin Garnett at center. They had one guy the Heat could not handle, Rajon Rondo, and Boston showed that one single guy can be a monster difference-maker against Miami.
If you have a team that goes 10 deep, including five legit veteran bigs (Chandler, Camby, Stoudemire, Kurt Thomas and Rasheed Wallace), and a team that buries 3s, then what?
During my weekly appearance today on the Sid Rosenberg show on 640Sports in Miami, there was a lot of talk about the relative strengths of the two teams, plus some debate over how real the Mavericks are after their 3-1 start. Sid loves them. Me? Not so much.
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