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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Knicks Morning News (2014.04.25)

  • [New York Post] Thunder’s Fisher: Jackson will change Knicks’ culture (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 01:32:50 -0400)
    Derek Fisher and Steve Kerr were under the same roof Thursday night at Memphis' FedEx Forum. Soon, Fisher and Kerr could be on the same coaching staff in New York….

  • [New York Times] Pacers on the Ropes After Another Loss to Hawks (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 07:05:43 GMT)
    The Indiana Pacers are questioning their toughness and dealing with speculation about a lineup change.

  • [New York Times] Clippers Beat Warriors 98-96 for 2-1 Series Lead (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 06:41:54 GMT)
    Chris Paul pounded his chest and shouted toward the Golden State Warriors’ bench. Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan high-fived, and the Los Angeles Clippers soaked in the silence of the once-roaring, gold-shirt wearing crowd as they walked off the court together.

  • [New York Times] Grizzlies Blow Big Lead, Beat Thunder 98-95 in OT (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 04:43:02 GMT)
    The Grizzlies know they have to stop blowing fourth-quarter leads. Consecutive overtime wins makes the needed corrections much easier for Memphis.

  • [New York Times] Grizzlies 98, Thunder 95: With Durant Struggling, Grizzlies Survive (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 04:16:15 GMT)
    The Grizzlies did not win so much as survive against the Thunder, whose Kevin Durant scored 30 points but went 10 of 27 from the field.

  • [New York Times] Sports Briefing: Hawks Grab 2-1 Lead on Top-Seeded Pacers (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 04:03:54 GMT)
    Jeff Teague hit a wild 3-pointer after the officials appeared to miss his stepping out of bounds, and Kyle Korver finished off Indiana from beyond the arc as the host Atlanta Hawks scored a 98-85 victory Thursday night over the top-seeded Pacers.

  • [New York Times] Blazers’ Aldridge Has Rockets Mystified (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 03:00:36 GMT)
    The All-Star forward LaMarcus Aldridge of Portland scored 43 and 46 points on the road to set Houston back, 2-0, in a first-round Western Conference series.

  • [New York Times] Bulls Star With Brooklyn Roots Is the Same as Ever: Different (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 02:24:36 GMT)
    Joakim Noah, now a star for Chicago, made a lasting impression with his intense, selfless style at Poly Prep Country Day School in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.

  • [New York Times] Teague, Korver Lead Hawks Past Pacers 98-85 (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 02:03:21 GMT)
    As the final seconds ticked off the clock, the Atlanta Hawks celebrated and their fans serenaded the Indiana Pacers with chants of “Overrated!”

  • [New York Daily News] Knicks GM Mills may be in running to head NBAPA (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 04:17:24 GMT)
    With his future in New York uncertain under new Knicks president Phil Jackson, Steve Mills is once again surfacing as a strong candidate to replace Billy Hunter as executive director of the NBA players’ union, the Daily News has learned.

  • [New York Daily News] Oscar Robertson advises Melo to ditch Knicks for Rockets (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 03:46:08 GMT)
    Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson has one piece of advice for Knick superstar Carmelo Anthony: Get out of New York! Roberston, while speaking to Spike Lee on SiriusXM NBA Radio, had some pointed comments about the Knicks and the Big Apple.

  • [New York Daily News] Raissman: By meddling with Phil now, Jim sets himself up to be hero later (Fri, 25 Apr 2014 03:38:28 GMT)
    When James (Guitar Jimmy) Dolan introduced Phil Jackson to the unwashed masses (and the media) last month, he vowed to refrain from sticking his beak into any and all basketball decisions.

  • 74 comments on “Knicks Morning News (2014.04.25)

    1. mokers

      Mitch mcgary gets year long suspension because of a failed drug test. Michigan appeals but loses the @q,. Later ncaa agrees the penalty is too harsh and changes first time offenders to a half year ban, but won’t apply it to mcgary! In any case, he is going to the draft. He had a back injury but could be David Lee 2.0.

    2. lavor postell

      That McGary suspension is so fucking stupid. DUI’s get a one or two game suspension, but a 21 year old kid in college that is out injured for the rest of the year tests positive for pot once in 9 total NCAA tests and he gets suspended for a year. Even half a year is way too harsh when you look at the overall picture. Maybe for a 2nd or 3rd offense I can understand, but for one positive test it’s ridiculous and yes I’m a Michigan fan.

      McGary could be an interesting 2nd round prospect though, I agree. He’s a really good passing big from the high post, he can run the floor well for somebody his size and he’s a very good ball handler. Towards the end of the 2012-13 season during Michigan’s run to the title game he showed a bit more consistency with his jumper and in the few games he played early in this season it looked like that was a new reality and not just a hot streak. He’s also a great teammate and virtually everybody raves about his energy and enthusiasm.

      Not to be a complete homer here, but I think Beilein’s system will produce a lot of good role players in the NBA, and maybe stars as his profile increases. It emphasizes constant ball movement of the ball and players, high post action at the elbows for the bigs and demands good ball handling, decision making and shooting from all players. If there is a drawback it’s that there are virtually no designed post-ups so McGary’s ability in the post is really limited, but I think you could do a lot worse than taking him in the second round. This is a kid that most likely would have been a top-10 pick if he had left last season.

    3. thenamestsam

      Another interesting aspect of the McGary situation is looking at in in the context of the current discussions about players as students vs. employees. Last time I checked being tested for pot sounds a whole lot more like how employees get treated than like how students get treated.

      On a completely different note, something that really stuck out to me during last night’s games was how one note Indiana and OKC are. A lot of the best coaches in the league spend all season tinkering and so their teams are capable of playing a lot of different lineups, a lot of different styles. The two that come to mind most readily here are Pop (obviously, everyone on that team plays practically the same amount) and Spoelstra (rotation changes on a week to week basis practically).

      In contrast to that when I watch Indiana, they only have one thing they know how to do. For the last two years they’ve relied 100% on the same group of 5 guys playing the same style, both defensively (dropping the big into the paint on the PnR) and offensively (pounding it inside). It has worked form the obviously, but they’ve missed an opportunity to try other things. Now, their hand is being forced. Defensively they have to mix it up because dropping the big is killing them, and Hibbert being such a nonfactor is making their offense even more flaccid than usual. So now what? They’re trying to spread the floor more, play a little smaller (Hibbert 4th in minutes among the bigs yesterday), but they’re completely out of their element. I like Vogel as a coach, but his team is really paying for his lack of tinkering, and he may lose his job for it if they lose to Atl.

      OKC is much the same situation. Brooks just hasn’t stretched them at all. Hasn’t tried different things offensively and consequently when Durant is cold they have basically nothing.

    4. lavor postell

      Brooks is such a joke. He’s playing Perkins huge minutes to match up with Memphis rather than playing small and trying to get Memphis to adjust to OKC. This is how higher seeds lose to lower seeds (Dallas/GSW 2007). He’s only giving Jackson minutes alongside Fisher and is barely playing Collison in the name of matching up. Jackson/Westbrook/Durant/Ibaka/Collison should be an option, or go really small with Jackson/Westbrook/Sefalosha/Durant/Ibaka. You’re going to lose some on the glass, but those are units that will get out in transition, generate turnovers and force Randolph and Gasol out of the paint to contest shooters. Additionally Brooks has barely used the Durant/Ibaka, Westbrook/Ibaka or Westbrook/Durant high PNR all of which are deadly plays.

    5. airkent

      @3

      You can throw Mark Jackson in there too, it took him three games to figure out you shouldn’t play O’neal. Once Bogut got hurt their only way to win that series was to go small and switch everything. Blake is going to get his and jordan is going to get some offensive rebounds but make everyone else play one on one. On offense O’neal is killing floor spacing, when they went small they got a bunch of open threes, they just missed them. Draymond Green is a really interesting player he can defend, handle and pass, just needs to work on his J.

    6. stratomatic

      I’m getting the impression that a lot of coaches have a difficult time valuing the net impact of various possible match ups. There are clearly offsetting impacts when you choose to go big, small or whatever. But there is no neat formula for the net result because you typically gain in some ways, lose in some ways, but how much of each depends on the skill sets of 2 very unique players.

    7. swiftandabundant

      I’m surprised Brooks hasn’t gotten canned in OKC yet. If they lose this series I think it finally happens. I get that they are a young team still but at the same time that core has now been together for awhile. Sure they got to the Finals and the WCF and last year losing Westbrook in the playoffs gives them a pass. But like you are all saying, their offense is very predictable and one dimensional and the Durant Westbrook tension has still not been properly addressed. You would think with the same core in place for as long as they have been in place now they would have more offensive plays and different looks and Brooks would trust some different line ups in situations such as these.

    8. DRed

      Well, what is Scotty Brooks supposed to do? The Grizzlies have Beno Udrih. You’ve got to look at that.

    9. DRed

      So Kenyon had surgery to remove bone spurs in his ankle recently. The ankle that hurt him all last summer. Probably because there were bone spurs in it. Why didn’t we know about that after the end of last season? Fucking Knicks. I hope Phil cans the medical staff. I know they have some pretty well respected doctors on there, but something is amiss.

    10. Farfa

      Well, I’m not gonna sit here and kick Kenyon’s bone spurs to the curb. Also, does Kenyon have to have bone spurs? Why not bone knicks? You’ve got to look at that.

    11. cgreene

      Total Isolese here but my conspiracy theory on the medical staff thing is that the staff and specifically Roger Hines the head trainer are Isiah hires and Dolan is involved because of that. I can understand there being an argument that the head Dr should not be the domain of “basketball operations” but the trainer sits on the bench every day and works directly with players. How that’s not basketball operations is beyond me.

      http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/sports/knicks-trainer-leaving-bench-article-1.647063

    12. Eternal OptiKnist

      i thought it was very peculiar that player health and limiting injuries were part of phil’s first sentence of changing culture in the introductory presser. looking at it through that lens, that was a hint he felt it was a weakness. I think we’ve lamented our medical staff on here before. I have no idea if they’re good or suck, but JD’s MO is hiring friends.

    13. EB

      Am I the guy for the bone spurs? I’m the only guy for these bone spurs. I’ve always said that. And I don’t mean that in a braggadocious way

    14. JK47

      I can understand there being an argument that the head Dr should not be the domain of “basketball operations” but the trainer sits on the bench every day and works directly with players. How that’s not basketball operations is beyond me.

      The team doctor is absolutely part of “basketball operations” and Dolan needs to step off.

      In case you’re reading this, Guitar Jimmy: STOP MEDDLING, YOU FEDORA-WEARING ASS CLOWN. YOU’RE GOING TO FUCK THIS UP. CALL UP JIM BELUSHI AND WRITE SOME HOT NEW BLUES JAMS, AND LEAVE PHIL ALONE.

    15. lavor postell

      Relying on Aldridge midrange jumpers in no way represents a rejection of analytics. It’s true that advanced stats have tilted the game toward 3-pointers and rim shots. Duh. You know who jacks a ton of 3s and limited opponents to the fewest corner 3 attempts this season? Portland.

      In a macro vacuum, minimizing midrange jumpers is smart. Basketball in real life doesn’t always work that way. Some midrange shooters, including Aldridge, are so good when unguarded that it’s a fine shot — especially against analytically oriented defenses designed to encourage that exact shot.

      But more that that, Aldridge’s midranger is the door opener for the juicier analytics shots. Portland’s other bigs get shots at the rim and offensive rebounds when their men rotate toward Aldridge. The Blazers get open 3s when teams send an extra defender at Aldridge’s pick-and-pops and post-ups. Dorell Wright had a thunderous dunk in Game 2 precisely because three different defenders were in some way involved in guarding Aldridge.

      http://grantland.com/features/nba-playoffs-preview-round-one-weekend-two-2014/

      Aldridge is a damn good player

    16. DRed

      Aldridge and his 50 TS% have to bring a whole lot of intangibles to the table for him to be a damn good NBA player.

    17. lavor postell

      Well when you’ve built a top-5 league offense around a guy with that TS% there must be some value there. How’s James Harden and his otherworldly TS% been in the playoffs in Houston as the primary scorer?

    18. DRed

      Don’t get me wrong, he’s a better overall player than Andrea, but he’s seriously mediocre on offense. I’m sure there’s some value in being the best at taking a bad shot, but a lot of the time that’s still a bad shot

    19. iserp

      Don’t get me wrong, he’s a better overall player than Andrea, but he’s seriously mediocre on offense. I’m sure there’s some value in being the best at taking a bad shot, but a lot of the time that’s still a bad shot

      I tend to believe that %TS is skewed because of easy shots. It is great to make transition baskets, have your PG assist you for a dunk, or getting a wide open 3; but you only get so many of these shots (which are the most influenced by your coach and the system you run). After that, the rest of the shots are of a much lower percentage. Credit where is due, if you get lots of transition opportunities, it is really good for your team; but that already goes in the steal boxscore.

      If by design, you don’t get that kind of opportunities, then a %TS of 55 is great. I agree that %50 is very poor, but Aldrige has usually been better, and this season might be an outlier.

    20. lavor postell

      How do you adjust for the fact that Aldridge basically forced Houston into playing Asik and Howard together and killed their offense in order to stop him? Obviously he’s shooting at an unsustainable rate, but even otherwise Aldridge is controlling this series and if they continue to single cover him when they clear out the side it’s going to keep happening. If they send help it’s going to free up Batum, Lillard and Matthews for threes.

      Before this season Aldridge had a career 53.7 TS% and 49.4 eFG%. He also has a career ORtg of 111, so it seems Portland has thrived offensively with him on the floor. I think this season was probably an outlier and if he reverts back to his career numbers he’s a top-20 player at the least.

    21. lavor postell

      Also interesting is that Aldridge’s best shooting numbers in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons came when he played the most minutes of his career at center.

      2010-11: 54.9 TS%, 54% of MP at Center
      2011-12: 56.0 TS%, 44% of MP at Center

    22. swiftandabundant

      @ 20. Could not have said it better myself. I honestly am floored that anyone on here can say that Aldridge isn’t a very good NBA player and keep a straight face. Every coach and NBA player in the league would laugh in your face if you said Aldridge was just an average player and not a good one because he takes mid range shots.

      The analytics and statistics crowd need to get a grip. Its definitely added a new wrinkle to basketball that coaches and GMs should consider but its not the bible of basketball. You know what is a losing strategy in sports (and life)? Assuming that one philosophy or approach to something is right all the time over another approach. There are times when you can’t get those easy corner 3s and transition points or points at the rim. And if you have no mid range players, then your offense becomes easy to stop. And no this isn’t a defense of Melo.

    23. DRed

      Also interesting is that Aldridge’s best shooting numbers in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons came when he played the most minutes of his career at center.

      Isn’t that what you would expect?

    24. Kahnzy

      Everyone knows that if you can’t get that open corner 3 or easy layups/dunks and that if the only shot you can get reasonably open for is the mid-range 2 than obviously you should just hand the ball over to the other team, because why bother.

    25. Owen

      Aldridge is not that good. He has been in this series though.

      Anyone who thinks his 50.7% ts% is the special sauce driving their #2 offensive ranking is giving really short thrift to the rest of that team, Batum and Matthews especially.

      Unless you are Jason Kidd there is no way to be a premium offense player and be that inefficient from the field.

    26. Kahnzy

      Anyone who thinks his 50.7% ts% is the special sauce driving their #2 offensive ranking is giving really short thrift to the rest of that team, Batum and Matthews especially.

      So in other words, Portland had the #2 offense despite Aldridge?

    27. dtrickey

      Just got back from 2 weeks in the remote wilderness camping only to come back and see some pretty interesting 1st round series’. Especially the Pacers v Hawks. For a team that were supposedly keen on getting a lottery pick over making the playoffs I’m not entirely sure they read the manual right.

      Also saw the McGary ban. Not entirely up on NCAA drug policy, but a ban that severe for 1 positive pot reading seems pretty harsh. I know a lot of sports codes have a 3 strike policy on recreational drugs, which in my mind seems adequate.

    28. DRed

      How awesome was Bargnani’s floor spacing this year? Do you think his problem was that he didn’t take enough shots? Because that’s what you’re all arguing.

      Everyone knows that if you can’t get that open corner 3 or easy layups/dunks and that if the only shot you can get reasonably open for is the mid-range 2 than obviously you should just hand the ball over to the other team, because why bother.

      That’s a great straw man. If all Aldridge did was shoot on the inside and take reasonably open mid-range twos, he wouldn’t have a terrible TS%. But that’s not what he does. And that’s why he was not a good offensive player this season.

    29. d-mar

      Am I watching the Nets on ESPN or YES? Between Ruocco and Carlisemo, this Nets lovefest is almost Heinshohn-like (and they’re losing btw)

    30. lavor postell

      The argument isn’t that Aldridge is the greatest player to live and hell he may be even a bit overrated though I don’t think so. The point is that he was the fulcrum of an offense that was among the best in the entire league and played a heavy minutes load in the process. The idea that he held back Portland’s offense and that if they just plugged in Kenneth Faried into his position they woud have been even better is just one I can’t accept having watched both of them play. Faried is good at getting good shots for himself and converting them at an elite rate which is awesome, but defenses aren’t shading over to prevent him from doing so and they aren’t leaving other guys wide open to make it happen.

    31. lavor postell

      My god this Brooklyn crowd is just awful. No energy and seriously these glow sticks are the least intimidating and corny thing ever.

    32. DRed

      If you replaced Aldridge with Faried and ran the offense through Faried, it would obviously be worse. But maybe you could design a different offense that would be even better.

    33. Kahnzy

      My god this Brooklyn crowd is just awful. No energy and seriously these glow sticks are the least intimidating and corny thing ever.

      You should be watching Washington/Chicago instead

    34. JK47

      Aldridge also had a very low turnover rate this season, and TOV% was one of the major strengths of the Blazer offense. That offsets some of that low TS%.

    35. Owen

      “Aldridge also had a very low turnover rate this season, and TOV% was one of the major strengths of the Blazer offense. That offsets some of that low TS%.”

      This I strongly agree with. I have always felt that Carmelo deserves more credit than he gets for his TS%.

      But Aldridge could still be a much much better shooter….

    36. ephus

      If the Nets make Round 2, they will pick up serious buzz. Other side of the Eastern bracket looks weak.

    37. lavor postell

      I put a small future on the Wizards to win the East. Things could really open up for them.

    38. Will the Thrill

      Watching Asik this series and he really doesn’t look good. I thought his specialty was defense? Dude looks kind of lost.

    39. cgreene

      So why can’t Harden play in the playoffs for Houston? Is he just plain choking? Interested to see what the TS guys think about that. He was good for OKC.

    40. mokers

      Harden is amazing in transition and is great at drawing contact. The theory is that in the playoffs the games slow down and the officials let a little bit more contact go. Combine that with a couple bad shooting nights or a bad matchup and it can make you look terrible over a stretch of 6 or 7 games.

    41. lavor postell

      DRed are you kidding me? You can’t cite advanced stats as the reason Aldridge is overrated and then use one half of basketball to draw a conclusion. That would be like me assuming that Aldridge was a top-10 all time player on the basis of his previous 2 games. Harden had 11 points on 13 shots at halftime and the consensus seems to be that he’s the best shooting guard in the game. One poor half of basketball doesn’t do either of them justice.

    42. Brian Cronin

      Simmons today brought up something I wasn’t even considering, that Kerr might be an option in Houston, OKC and Golden State, all of which have better teams than the Knicks. That’s scary. I’d like to have Kerr here.

    43. Brian Cronin

      You know what’s fucked up? That Melo has to sacrifice his salary just so that his team can be good. Fucking owners, man. They rig the system to fuck over top earners and then they call them greedy if they don’t take paycuts on their already reduced salaries. That’s some bullshit.

    44. lavor postell

      Yeah BC I’m with you all the way on how screwed up the system is. McHale kind of sucks on offense, but I will give him some credit for at least trying different lineups and giving Daniels a chance in this game. At least he doesn’t just do the same stupid shit over and over again. He does different stupid shit over and over again.

    45. Brian Cronin

      Yeah, that was a hell of an ending. Really, though, it seems harsh to give Houston too much shit for how they’ve played so far. I hate McHale’s offenses, but it is not like the Rockets are getting blown out of these games. And it is not like Portland is not a great offensive team, ya know?

    46. Brian Cronin

      McHale kind of sucks on offense, but I will give him some credit for at least trying different lineups and giving Daniels a chance in this game. At least he doesn’t just do the same stupid shit over and over again. He does different stupid shit over and over again.

      Agreed. I do give him credit for trying different ideas. My problems with McHale generally come down to strategy issues. He does not seem to be very good at it.

    47. lavor postell

      Yeah I think to some degree we want plays to be run on every play, but players want to be able to decide certain things on their own and make their own plays. This I think is why Phil Jackson and Popovich have had such great success because while they can both certainly diagram effective plays, their systems are free flowing and are read and react systems that are dependent on players making decisions based on what the defense is giving them.

    48. Brian Cronin

      I do agree that at the end of a tie game, pretty much everyone is going to just give the ball to their best player and say “figure it out.”

    49. iserp

      How awesome was Bargnani’s floor spacing this year? Do you think his problem was that he didn’t take enough shots? Because that’s what you’re all arguing.

      Well, it has sucked. He has also shot %28 on 3s, which is clearly sh*t. Part of the rationale behind Bargnani’s floor spacing is that he was injured the last two years and he would be closer to the mean of the first 5 years, and that has not been the case. Even if he was average, Bargnani has to produce enough offensively to offset what he gives up defensively. Not to mention the comically big lineups didnt make him any favor.

    50. Brian Cronin

      This Donald Sterling story sounds like it has some legs. When you have audio of a guy telling his girlfriend not to bring black people to Clippers game, I mean, for fuck’s sake! What a racist prick and I really think we might see some pressure on the guy to lose his team.

    51. Brian Cronin

      Then again, it is not even on ESPN’s front page, so I guess the NBA might just try to bury it.

    52. er

      —You know what’s fucked up? That Melo has to sacrifice his salary just so that his team can be good. Fucking owners, man. They rig the system to fuck over top earners and then they call them greedy if they don’t take paycuts on their already reduced salaries. That’s some bullshit

      And people here want him to opt in and have no financial security. Shit that no regular worker would ever do. Sports are socialist, and no one wants to admit it. The only free market sport is baseball. And just like in the real world spending the most $ does not equal winning.

    53. Owen

      Baseball has it’s issues too. Young players getting screwed by older players mostly. But agreed, sports, especially college sports, are pretty antithetical to the free market ideal of America. (Although that’s an ideal with some issues of course)

      Fwiw, I don’t think Melo is the guy getting screwed, lebron and durant are the guys who really fit that bill….

    54. er

      Fwiw, I don’t think Melo is the guy getting screwed, lebron and durant are the guys who really fit that bill….

      I disagree. I think all players are getting screwed. Even if you say Lebron and Durant commanded 50 million dollar a year salaries, that leaves melo getting at 35 Mil. Also depending on some new renagade owner Melo could even be overpaid to lure him to say PHX or Orlando

    55. ephus

      The system under the 2011 CBA is designed so that the owners have cost certainty, meaning they will pay the players only 50% of revenues (with a narrow band of 49 – 51% if revenues deviate from projections). Aggregate player salaries are over 2 billion/year. That is more than 10x growth over the last 25 years.

      The last lockout was the real showdown. The NBPA attempted to organize barnstorming games, but the public would not pay big money to see All-Star Games without the team names involved. The owners have the long term leases on the most desirable venues, or own them. If someone wanted to start a rival league (or the Players Association tried), there are few obvious cities to use as cornerstones. I do not see Fox, CBS or NBC committing to back a rival league.

      There is a reason each side employs top level economists to assist in negotiations. Because the owners have something to sell (access to NBA history, infrastructure and international marketing) that degrades much more slowly than the players’ skills, they have the upper hand.

      Unless and until talented basketball players decide the NBA does not pay enough and play overseas/another sport, the pressure will all be on the Players to take a smaller share in each CBA. This is why franchise values have skyrocketed since 2011.

      Fair has got nothing to do with it.

    56. hoolahoop

      You know what’s fucked up? That Melo has to sacrifice his salary just so that his team can be good. Fucking owners, man. They rig the system to fuck over top earners and then they call them greedy if they don’t take paycuts on their already reduced salaries. That’s some bullshit.

      Melo made over $300,000/game this season (paid by us, the fans), and you’re furious that the system is rigged against him???

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