Episode 29: Knicks Back to Winning Ways feat. Charlie Ward
Sal Licata and Jerome Williams open the show discussing the Knicks' two-game win streak over the Celtics and Magic. They talk about the defense playing well, RJ Barrett's strong play, Immanuel Quickley's float game, the need for Alec Burks' shooting and the west-coast trip ahead. JYD then goes "Inside the Doug House" on an MLK Day story when he made a rap song about a player on the bus having baby-mama drama. Former Knicks guard Charlie Ward then joins the show. Ward discusses his role on those memorable 90s Knicks teams, Tom Thibodeau and the current Knicks, choosing basketball over football, the infamous P.J. Brown fight, Patrick Ewing coaching at Georgetown, acting and his religion and staying pure on the road. In the debut of "Sal's Story," he looks back to his memories watching Allan Houston's game-winning shot against the Heat in the 1999 playoffs.
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