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West Coast Knicks Fan
If you love the Knicks or love to hate them, this podcast is for you!
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May 10, 2013 05:51 PM PDT

The season continues! Matt and Jeff discuss closing out Boston, the amazing Shumpert and Prigioni and the suddenly struggling JR Smith. We both agree the series is gonna go 7 with a stirring win at MSG for our Knicks. As always follow us on twitter: @westcoastknicks @mattritter1 @jeffcerulli. We will keep this podcast going as long as the Knicks do! Thanks for listening.

April 23, 2013 11:05 PM PDT

Wow, what a great start to the playoff, two games against the hated Celtics and two pretty solid wins. Ugly games, but wins are wins, especially in the playoffs. Melo is proving he's obviously the best player, JR Smith is proving 6th man of the year was deserved. Chandler is coming around and Kenyon is just a beast. As always you can follow us @westcoastknicks @jeffcerulli @mattritter1

We will be back after they wrap up this round!

April 15, 2013 08:28 PM PDT

This week is the last regular season podcast. And it ended the way it began, on a high. We beat our nemesis the Pacers in a rugged game, that now leaves us with a week to get rested for the aging Celtics, who Matt and Jeff both agree are going down in 5 or 6 games. We give our final top 5, this time it's for the entire season of work, so Copeland doesnt get named, but he did have another solid game and Jeff feels maybe he's leapfrogged Novak for post season minutes. Matt laments Melo's lack of national support for MVP considering he's the only star of a top team without another star at his side..though JR Smith is making a case to be paid like one. Dont worry we will be podcast deep into the playoffs, perhaps all the way to the championship!

As always you can tweet to us: @westcoastknicks @mattritter1 and @jeffcerulli. Thanks for listening

April 08, 2013 10:15 PM PDT

This week Matt and Jeff revel in the best week in 20 years. Beating Miami and OKC, Melo dropping crazy buckets, everyone on the team playing well, Chandler coming back strong. What else can we say, this team is a legitimate title threat and the whole league knows it! Matt apologizes for his bad prediction of 49 wins and for thinking Prigioni was blah. Jeff's pick of 53 wins is looking low!

As always, you can follow us on twitter at @westcoastknicks, @mattritter1 and @jeffcerulli and please give us many stars on iTunes and follow us on Podomatic!

April 01, 2013 09:58 PM PDT

Wow. What a week. The Knicks are on the biggest roll since maybe the 90s? Matt and Jeff discuss the continued resurgence and the domination of Boston. With the absolute biggest game of the season looming against Miami we discuss if the Knicks are clicking on all cylanders. It seems like mostly everyone is, especially potential 6th man of the year, J.R. Swish!

As always you can follow us on twitter at: @westcoastknicks, @mattritter1, @jeffcerulli and follow us on podomatic and give us 5 stars on iTunes. Thanks!

March 24, 2013 10:18 PM PDT

This week Matt and Jeff do a 180 on the season after last weeks road debacle. They rebounded strong in Utah and then handled business against Orlando and Toronto. What else can you say about Kenyon Martin except thank god he's here and kudos to Kurt Thomas for a valiant effort. All around good signs from Shumpert, Kidd, Smith, Prigioni and most importantly, Melo looks healthy. Can we hold on down the stretch while Chandler rests. Hopefully!

As always you can follow us on twitter at: @westcoastknicks, @mattritter1, @jeffcerulli and follow us on podomatic and give us 5 stars on iTunes. Thanks!

March 18, 2013 09:24 PM PDT

This week Matt is actually in NY for a live podcast with Jeff because he was in town for his Comedians at Law show. So they finally got a chance to look each other in the eye and admit this team is rubbish. We may or may not go 0-5 on the West Coast trip, but Jeff and Matt agree to write it off because of injury. We break down how other top teams would fare without their three best players and decide only the Spurs would do well.

Matt is then joined by special guest, J-L Cauvin, fellow member of Comedians at Law who happens to be a Jazz fan. He explains how that happened and we reminisce about 90s era ball. We debate whether Tim Duncan is really a center and talk about our two pretty crappy teams. We break down the Jazz for a few minutes, he tells us why they have screwed up their big man situation and how fans are a bit friendly towards the great white hope, Gordon Hayward, before J-L gives his opinion on the Knicks (he's a Melo hater).

As always you can follow: @westcoastknicks @mattritter1 and @jeffcerulli on twitter and give us some stars on iTunes!

You can check out J-L on twitter: @jlcauvin and he has multiple podcasts of his own on his site: JLCauvin.com

March 11, 2013 07:38 PM PDT

There's no other way to say it, our season's hopes may have been dashed with the news that Amare is gone for the rest of the year. He was really playing dynamite ball, Jeff even convinced Matt he belonged in the starting lineup. To make matters worse, Melo's knee is obviously worse than the staff is letting on, which is their M/O. The Knicks hung with OKC and slaughtered Utah with their B team, which now may be the roster for a while. Kenyon stepped in nicely. But the real question is, what is the realistic outlook for this season that once looked so promising. Really bummed out.

As always you can follow us on twitter at: @westcoastknicks, @mattritter1 and @jeffcerulli. Please give us 5 stars on iTunes and follow us on podomatic.

March 04, 2013 08:06 PM PST

Matt and Jeff are back to discuss a pretty solid week. We survived 54 from Steph Curry, almost took down Miami for a third time and held on against the Cavs without Melo. We discuss Jeff's campaign to start Melo, why James White is even on the roster and whether the Knicks can survive a brutal upcoming stretch. As always you can follow us on twitter: @westcoastknicks, @mattritter1 and @jeffcerulli.

February 25, 2013 04:09 PM PST

After a much needed break, the Knicks came out in the second half of the season totally flat. Losing to Toronto and getting annihilated by Indy. They rebounded/saved their season? with a complete win over Philly. As usual Matt and Jeff discuss whether Kidd is finished, whether Shumpert was ever good, why Amare isnt getting the ball enough and whether he should be starting. Matt still likes his energy off the bench, while Jeff feels that Kidd and Shumpert starting creates a huge void. We also bid farewell to Jeff's favorite player: Ronnie Brewer. We hardly knew ya.

As always you can follow us at @westcoastknicks @mattritter1 @jeffcerulli and please rate us high on iTunes and follow us on podomatic.

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