Thanks to the folks over at Deadspin, we have this conversation between J.R. Smith and a female that attended one of the Knicks’ games. The screen-grab speaks for itself. Never change, J.R.. UPDATE: J.R. Smith has taken to Twitter and Instagram with two amazing images. Take a look.
You have to love J.R.
In the words of J.R. Smith himself, “That #WhatTheHellYouDoingLook”
Following the announcement of the All-Star reserves last week, Knicks fans reacted in one of two ways (if not both) – 1. Good for Tyson, it’s about time he got in… what an absolute joke that he is not a starter. 2. “How in the hell is JR Smith not on this list”. When news […]
One month, two game winners, two salsa dances. After which game-winner did JR Smith do a better job salsa dancing? Game-winner at Bobcats: Game-winner at Suns:
“This has turned into an exciting game.” – Mike Breen. “Unfortunately.” – Clyde Frazier. Despite leading by 14 points, the Knicks allowed the Suns to creep back into the game, setting up for an exciting finish. In the end, the Knicks improved to 21-8, and did it short-handed. Melo sat out with a hyper-extended knee, […]
In 12 seconds, we saw all of JR. Good J.R. Bad J.R. Great J.R.
Through eight games, the New York Knicks’ swingman, J.R. Smith, is playing at an All-Star level. Knicks beat writer, Nate Taylor, of the New York Times, put together a piece on how and why Smith has improved.
The following list of rules details what J.R. Smith should and should not be doing on the basketball court for the New York Knicks this season, if he wishes to only benefit the team on their path to success.