Monday, April 18, 2011


That's how Shank describes last night's game as the Celtics win, 87 - 85 over the Knicks. A decent, readable column.


Anonymous said...

Shank writes:

"He’s not Kendrick Perkins. He’s not Shaquille O’Neal. He’s not even Artis Gilmore in the final days. But for one night Jermaine found the old mojo that made him a dominant player for the Pacers many years ago."

Jermaine is much more athletic than Shaq, Artis or Kendrick. He is quicker on his feet, is more versatile offensively and can get to strategic spots defensively, and therefore more valuable, if he maintains his health, to the current Celtics make-up than the others could be.

Shank just doesn't know athleticism so why does he write about?


Monkeesfan said...

So what will Shank write after the Knicks got crushed in their first home playoff game in years?