Due to long lines at customs, we can’t show you our entire 22-minute television program from Thursday night. But what we can show you is this slap-chopped, jump-cuttin’ remix that features an intense edition of Crossfire, a round-up of LeBron James poop jokes, a musical “Wanker of the Week,” and Trey Kerby joinin’ Skeets and Tas in-studio to test their NCAA basketball knowledge.

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Comments (3)

  1. What’s wrong with the travel when you can take a nap or watch a great movie?

    Knicks aren’t as good. Gave up 4 big contributors for 2. But, I don’t think they’d take it back. They’re no better, but they’re certainly more relevant. If this is the direction, maybe they need a defensive minded coach who can focus on defense and Melo and Amar’e can just carry the offense (Mike Brown??).

  2. lol that was a total joben session

  3. @Nick L.

    A great movie? On a plane? Never heard of that happening…

    And yeah, I’d love to see some ‘Melo-on-5 the way only Mike Brown knows (irony)…
    They need a psychologist to watch great teams tapes with ‘Melo and tel him “what’s the difference between those great offenses and yours? That’s right, no 8-second ball-stopping at the top of the key”… I don’t get how those players don’t figure out that a dynamic offense is more efficient for the team and the star player’s numbers.

    ‘Cuz if you start ‘Melo and Amaré, you’ll always have defensive problems, but in D’Anthony’s offense, one of the best scorers in the game shouldn’t score 6 pts very unnefficiently. I mean: ‘Melo actually can catch and shoot (stats back it up), he’s just not willing to…. He has to prove to the guy he’s guarding that he doesn’t need an offensive set to score. Effin’ stupid if you ask me.

    And that’s annoying for Amaré too who had worked his ass off to carry this team and had really improved on D (career-high in blocks) while going from “annoying pseudo-star” to “accountable superstar”.

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