Knicks Morning News (2014.08.30)

  • [New York Times] Jack Kraft, Villanova Basketball Coach, Dies at 93 (Sat, 30 Aug 2014 03:17:03 GMT)

    Kraft, who spent 12 seasons as the Wildcats’ head coach, took them to the N.C.A.A. tournament six times.

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    15 thoughts to “Knicks Morning News (2014.08.30)”

    1. Seriously. Surveying the landscape, that seems by far the best thing that could possibly happen to the Knicks. Convince Anthony Davis to come to NYC and be big time, even if he takes a pay cut.

      Anthony Davis’ 23-27 seasons are something I could get behind throwing a huge amount of money at.

    2. Davis is the only player I would not trade for LeBron James right now. Considering that LeBron has maybe only a couple seasons left at his peak, Davis probably has more value than anyone in the league. I would give him every dollar he asked for and then some.

    3. The only way that Anthony Davis gets out of New Orleans is if he rejects the five year Max offer and plays out his fifth season on the qualifying offer.

      NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.

    4. Yeah, but who doesn’t want to play for an owner like James Dolan?

    5. Speaking of which, I hope we don’t overpay for Rondo. The 3-point shot has become more important than ever, and his inability to shoot from there is a huge concern. I’m also thinking he might have lost a bit of quickness defensively. The dude can pass, though.

    6. LOL I don’t think we have anything to overpay for Rondo with… I’d give them whatever they want as long as Rondo signs long term.

    7. Pretty confident Phil Jackson isn’t interested in a PG who can’t shoot and actively passes up layups to pad his assist numbers.

    8. The Pelicans are pretty bad, and are not exactly a glamour franchise, so if they still stink in a couple of years you could imagine Eyebrow trying to force his way out of there.

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