B&C Morning Show: Knicks’ ‘Bad Win,’ Granderson’s Bad Break, Brooklyn Concern
The Knicks ended their four-game slide by hanging on to beat the Sixers 99-93 last night at the Garden. Craig calls the win a bad one, while Boomer was just happy to see Mike Woodson’s bunch get back in the win column.
So the guys got things started there this morning, as the Knicks provided the only bright spot in an otherwise dim sports scene for the locals over the weekend.
Down in the ‘Sunshine State’ the Yanks were dealt a blow, when Curtis Granderson took a J.A. Happ pitch off of his forearm, rendering the outfielder out for about 10 weeks and the Yanks in trouble.
In addition to all of that, speaking from past experience, Boomer believes that Joe Johnson’s heel pain is a reason for concern, which is obviously not good news for the Brooklyn Nets…