Boomer & Carton: Updating A Knicks Win, A Nets Loss And More
After explaining why he had to leave Wednesday’s photo shoot early, Jerry Recco got around to delivering his sports update, which began with a detailed account of the events leading up to and after the Knicks’ 107-101, double overtime win over the Bucks last night in Milwaukee.
Tyson Chandler returned, played 37 minutes and refused to let Mike Woodson take him out. Speaking of Woodson, after J.R. Smith hoisted up team record 17 three-pointers on his way to a 7-23 shooting performance, the Knicks head coach expressed relief that the reigning ‘Sixth Man of the Year’ is back to shooting.
As for the Nets comeback, it came up short against the Wizards in Brooklyn and the result was a 113-107 loss for Jason Kidd’s squad. In a game in which they were out rebounded 51-31, the Nets might consider themselves lucky to have only lost by six.
Plus, Shin-Soo Choo reportedly spurned the Yanks, Santonio Holmes would like to remain a Jet for life and is apparently willing to do ‘anything’ for the team, the Super Bowl committee has a contingency plan in place to combat any bad weather, the Devils win and the Rangers lose…