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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Knicks keeping it slow enough, so far.

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    Chandler gets hit up for taunting while being a Knick.
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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyEllis View Post
    Chandler gets hit up for taunting while being a Knick.
    It was a medical-tech. Breathing with Flu. Gotta be safe.

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    Wade just threw Bibby's shoes off the court

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    Good t.o.

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    Maybe someday Carmelo Anthony will get a call.

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    Carmelo is sulking. Do your thing, Woody.
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    The ultimate backfire. The refs are so used to looking the other way with lebron that when he tries to intentionally foul carmelo the refs dont call it and carmelo gets the easy layup
    Deja vu all over again

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    Stat misses three FT's in a row the exact same way.

    Feels like a tease every time we get within 5-6 points.
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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    I'm not an avid basketball fan, but I'm gonna go ahead and guess that Stoudemire staring at Chalmers while he just shot that three wasn't suppose to happen.

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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Apparently Amar'e took one out of the Kevin Brown handbook. Cut his hand punching some glass. Wish he was that feisty on the floor. It's obvious the officials are calling it tight on the Knicks defensively. They should channel Charles Oakley and start slamming guys. Might as well get their money's worth.


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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Stoudemire

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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Snatch Catch View Post
    Stoudemire
    Wonder if the Knicks can use this as an excuse to get out of the contract.


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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    What a douche.

    I don't care if they give him away at this point. Just go away Amar'e. Go far far far away.

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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Channeling his inner Kevin Brown. I've tried my best to defend Amare....but I cant do it on that. Selfish and inexcusable act.

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    Another proud moment in 21st century Knick history.

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    He's possibly given the Knicks the opportunity to get out of the contract - I hope they take advantage.

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    Borrowed from Twitter - Amar'e finally attacking the glass.

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    Maybe the Knicks have a better chance of winning without this idiot. Too bad no team would be stupid enough to take over Stat's contract. Another 10 years of rebuilding coming up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panamaniac42 View Post
    Borrowed from Twitter - Amar'e finally attacking the glass.
    I laughed.

    They should just rehire Woodson. Who on earth would want to coach these guys?
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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by LIYanks View Post
    Maybe the Knicks have a better chance of winning without this idiot. Too bad no team would be stupid enough to take over Stat's contract. Another 10 years of rebuilding coming up.
    IDK, I think Orlando is a logical landing spot.
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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Amare's had a tough year and when you factor in the loss of his brother, it's even worse.

    I hope he can get over these things and figure out a role on the court because I think it's going to be very tough to move his contract.

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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by just-blaze View Post
    IDK, I think Orlando is a logical landing spot.
    I assume you are referring to an Amare-Howard swap...I really dont want Howard either after his antics this year. I'm getting tired of these NBA "stars" who whine, moan and complain about everything. "waaah, I dont like this coach he's too hard on me....waaaah, I want someone else or I'm leaving". STFU and play ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dabomb2045 View Post
    I assume you are referring to an Amare-Howard swap...I really dont want Howard either after his antics this year. I'm getting tired of these NBA "stars" who whine, moan and complain about everything. "waaah, I dont like this coach he's too hard on me....waaaah, I want someone else or I'm leaving". STFU and play ball.
    While I agree in principle, at least Howard can play. A'mare has downgraded from an all-star to a mid-level, fourth banana guy. I don't think it's Melo's presence. It's simply that his knees are bad. Bigs can get old overnight, just like fighters.

    What made me roll my eyes most about Dwight Howard was his whole "I don't wanna go to the Bulls because I won't be the man" thing. What? Look, I get that people killed LeBron over his move, but that was just reaching. The Celtics added a franchise guy and a sharpshooter and everyone praised them. Perception is reality. People beat up LeBron because his motives were questionable, as was his execution in leaving Cleveland (and his unapologetic attitude afterwards). Had Dwight kept his mouth shut, played hard, and asked for a trade internally, things would have been fine. Now he's a whiner who quit on his coach.

    Of course, if he came to NY and kicked ass, we'd all be on his you know what.
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    Re: The 2011-2012 New York Knicks Thread

    I think he's a second banana who either doesn't undrestand, or doesn't care to understand, how to BE a second banana.

    He still seems to be thoroughly entrenched in this notion that he needs to score, score, and score some more as his primary, secondary, and tertiary functions.

    With Melo on the team, Stat is clearly the inferior player in every single facet of the game, especially scoring, so there is a need for him to do more and focus elsewhere...except he isn't doing that. He needs to accept that he's a second banana, and until he does that the Knicks are going to find it very tough sledding to accomplish much of anything significant.
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