Zach Randolph: Ain’t Nobody in the League Can Guard Me
Randolph said he knows the Knicks miss him.
"I’m a pretty good player," Randolph said before his Clippers scored a 128-124 overtime victory over the Knicks. "Ain’t nobody in the league can guard me. I thought we were rolling, playing good, had the best start in a long time. We had a good team. I’m not going to start anything. It’s what they wanted to do. I don’t know why, but I guess they have plans. They say they have plans."
And Dunleavy knows the Knicks didn’t make the move to get better now.
"It’s pretty clear what New York’s plan is," Dunleavy said. "Under any other circumstances they wouldn’t have done that. Their belief is they can land one or two guys in 2010. I felt, ‘Why don’t I solve their problems?’ It’s a huge market and I think they get more than one."