Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Now it's time for today's magic moment brought to you by Walt Disney World Resort. Julius Randle has been a bright spot for the Knicks this season. He had 28 points and a triple double versus the Cavs of December 29th, the first Nick with a 25 point triple double since Carmelo Anthony in 2000 and 12. Yeah, Bravo, Bravo. But that ain't good enough. I appreciate the job that Julius Randle is doing. I appreciate the coaching job that Tom Thibodeau is doing. The fact that the New York Knicks are five and six should tell you all you need to know because it's a cause for celebration. That's why. Let's look it. Look, ladies and gentlemen, I'm trying to be cool because I'm hosting the show. I have to be composed, and I understand that. But for those of you who know me that, no, that I am a die hard New York Knicks fan because I'm a native New Yorker and I've been starving for a championship since 1973. I want you to take a moment if you've got any kind of heart inside of you to feel a little bit sorry for me. I'm a native New Yorker from Queens, New York, born in the Bronx. Been room for the New York Knicks all my life. And even though I'm not averse to seeing a team in New York really, really elevating themselves, it would be nice if the Knicks were part of the mix. But that's not the case here. I got K D in Brooklyn. I got Kyrie when he wants to play in Brooklyn. And now James Harden is in Brooklyn and the New York Knicks have given me Julius Randle. No, by the way, I wanted them to draft Tyreese Halliburton, who's averaging 12 points a game and doing well for Sacramento. And they drafted Obi Topping. Who? I'm hopeful we'll play more than one game of the season based on what Kyrie Irving has done thus far. Kendrick Perkins. I could easily make him a part of this next segment coming up, but I want you know what time it is. Kendrick Perkins, put on your seatbelt. Buckle up. Here it comes. Y'all! Oh, no! You did it! Oh, you did it. All right, You got to get my lips. I'm on the list. Rookie Tyreese Halliburton, who the New York Knicks should have drafted instead of O B topic, dropping 15 points in the fourth quarter last night, hitting the late game dagger toe win to help win the game for the sacramental case. That's Tyreese, Halliburton. Halliburton. This brother can ball shooting about 50% from three point range. The brother is special, that's who. The New York Knicks and just Oh, no, You did it. Draft someone other than Tyree's Halliburton in New York. Oh, no, you didn't. Let's go to number four. I told you all this dude is gonna make a weekly appearance or look at Andre Drummond. Hold the ball for an eternity. What on earth is he doing then he finally dropped. Look at that load, my lord. I don't even know that. I can't stop showing it. I can't stop showing it. How you gonna shoot a lay up like that? That makes absolutely notes. That whatsoever. After holding the ball for an eternity. Look at this lip. I could shoot Dad. I could shoot that. If that's all that's required to make it an MBA, hire me. Let's go to number three on the list. Right here, Rookie, as in the era is in the Edwards from Minnesota. You know what? You need a three to tie the game. This guy drives into the lane, forgets that he needs a three until the last second and then end top committing the turnover. No, you did it. Oh, no, You did it. Forget the score of the game. Who should I call you? Anthony Edwards. You sure I shouldn't say your name is J. R. Edwards. For those of you who know the MBA. You know where I'm going with that? I'll leave it at that. Let's go. Toe number two on the list place. Dwight Howard is a center. Why was he driven to the ball on the perimeter? Look at this lab. Hey. My goodness. What is he thinking about right here? That's worse than Andre Drummond. I take it back Andre Drummond. You might not be a weekly guest on this. This might be Dwight Howard. Look at that lab right there. Kendrick Perkins. Never even trying to lay up like that. What is that about the white Howard? You just want to ring in L A. Come on. Speaking of L. A. Let's go to number one on the list. LeBron James about to hit a three. You usually shoot and look, but he turns around. Looks at his teammate Denis Traitor, who had a bet with doesn't even look at the shot. LeBron James thinking he stuffed curry for a moment right there. Throwing in that three pointer, all net right there turns around before they even goes in. He knew it handled his business. Look at the reaction from the bench on a positive note. At a time when we're talking about the James Harden's of the world in Houston, the Kyrie Irving's look at those guys support LeBron James, a champion and a leader. Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content. Subscribe to ESPN, plus.