Linkin' Center: Where Lala Isn't Feeling The Love

Don't be jealous, Candace.

Wow, sooooo that just happened. Carmelo and Amar’e played to the absolute peak of their abilities in that Jazz rout last night, and what a sight it was. Just a pleasure. Today in the Linkin’ Center, we’re taking a look at a few things, including last night’s “game”, Wednesday’s hot opponent, and Carmelo’s wife saying she feels unwanted.

* First, let’s get this question out of the way: Are the Knicks playing down to their competition?

* On the Wendy Williams Show a few days ago, Mrs. Carmelo revealed something quite disturbing. And by disturbing we mean pointless and catty.

* Oh, that Landry Fields. If he’d tried his patented jump stop, this problem would be solved.

* Just some stats to show how dominant Stoudemire and Anthony were last night.

* “The potential is there—it’s there,” Coach Mike D’Antoni said, adding, “If we can rebound, if we can play defense, we’ll have nights that they’re unstoppable.” Sounds like good news.

* In another go round as a Knick, Jared Jeffries is finally getting some love.

* Amidst the cloud of perpetual happiness currently surrounding New York City basketball, the team’s future front office leaders are still in limbo.

* Did you know the Miami Heat cried on Sunday? I’m just hearing about it this morning.

* With recent wins over Oklahoma City and Dallas, New York’s next opponent is the hottest team in the league.

* Recap from the Utah side of things, courtesy of our brothers over at Purple & Blues.

* Are Carmelo’s defensive inefficiencies much ado about nothing?

* Speaking of Carmelo, should he stay with No. 7 or go back to the familiar No. 15?

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