There’s a big stink being made by Knicks fans about the team letting Jeremy Lin go to the Houston Rockets as a restricted free agent. Anger is being aimed toward the team, owner James Dolan and even at Lin himself over this issue. But the anger here is ridiculous. Lin played regularly for just 26 […]
There was a big development in the LebRon James situation today. It’s all over the news. No, I’m not talking about his Yankees cap being an indication that he’ll be signing with the Knicks. I’m talking about his opening a Twitter account. That’s right. He’s @kingjames on Twitter. Yes, this is what’s passing for news […]
Reader Michael A. Ball sent This link. Here’s an excerpt: Not a single player remains from the roster Isiah Thomas inherited on December 22nd, 2003. So, after a staggering number of transactions, what remains of the Knicks? Thereâ€™s a league high $125 million payroll â€“ versus an $83 million payroll when Isiah took over, six […]
Not much going on in Mets now so I figured I’d write another Knicks post. The New York Post featured some scathing reports on the Knicks today following new star guard Steve Francis‘s embarrasing situation yesterday.
When Isiah Thomas was hired by the Knicks to be their President and General Manager he had a plan. The plan was to get under the cap as soon as possible. That meant trading veterans for draft picks, letting big contracts expire, etc. When he violated this plan
The latest rumors sound a lot more serious and an announcement appears imminent so it’s time I sounded off about the Larry Brown to the Knicks situation. My feelings here are not that complex and can probably be summed up in one word: history. History as in Pat Riley. When Riley took over the Knicks […]
There’s been alot of talk recently about the possibility of Phil Jackson becoming the next head coach of the Knicks. In reading about this over the last few weeks I have come across a recurring theme whenever anybody “close with Jackson” is quoted. The frequent refrain goes that Jackson wants to go to the team […]