Good action all around and I'm here to tell you that Darko Milici's knee was in good shape, even enough to allow him to knock down a few open jumpers.
Toney Douglas continued to get over screen after screen, which caused Nate Robinson fits. Nate couldn't free himself for an open look and the one time Douglas had to switch, Nate didn't recognize Milicic posting TD inside. Nate reversed the ball, which was fine as Al Harrington knocked down an open jumper.
Seemingly fed up, Nate just missed a vicious baseline dunk a few plays later.
Make no mistake, Douglas has secured a spot in this rotation.
Jordan Hill, on the other hand, looked a little lost. I firmly believe it's an adjustment thing for him in terms of trying to find spots on the floor where he is comfortable, but he could be a little more aggressive on both ends. On one play he dribbled the ball up off a long miss and had a clear path to the basket. He hesitated, and it cost him a dunk. Instead he awkwardly missed a contested layup.
Coach D'Antoni assured us that there will be a different starting line up tomorrow, but didn't say what it was. My guess is that Al Harrington, who was working with the second team, may come off the bench.
Chris Duhon missed practice for personal reasons, but is expected to play tomorrow.
Shot some video, should be up later.