Knicks say Bargnani, Calderon, J.R. Smith and Stoudemire (recovery) did not practice today. Participation for Outlaw was limited.
Melo said the Knicks hadn't practiced 'small ball' and credited Jason Kidd for throwing that at them.
Fisher said the Bucks' small lineup hurt the Knicks.
Fisher says defense was partly the result of poor matchups as Knicks experiment with lineups. But still a lot of "breakdowns."
Bucks shoot 59.7 percent, defeat the Knicks 120-107. I'm not going to read much into preseason games, but ... defense is a concern.
Bucks finish shooting 59.7 percent in 120-107 win. Same old Knicks as one fan jeers on his way out.
Knicks Twitter clamoring for Cole Aldrich in case anyone was still thinking about putting them in the playoffs.
Berman of the Post and Knicks fans (redundant, I know) take the preseason far too seriously. I treat it like Popovich does.
Knicks fans appear to be handling this game well.
Berman of the Post, whom the Knicks recruited to be their Siskel & Ebert, failed to mention that during his review of Spike's triangle movie
Wolters quietly having a strong fourth quarter. Hitting his floater in the lane when Knicks scrambling to get to 3-point shooters.
There is an impassioned gentleman sitting next to press row in the upper deck who very much wants to see a Knicks victory.
Knicks' experiment with Stoudemire at center looks more like the real deal. That might be his spot at this stage of career.
I'd like to stress that the triangle offense is supposed to help the Knicks defense.