Hey Knick fans, what’s there to be unhappy about? (And for those needing a little extra Christmas cheer, I highly recommend Twas The Night Before Knicksmas.) Wait before you answer this question, I want to put things into perspective. First, the Knicks will have cap space this offseason. And not just a few million through the mid level exception to grab a Jerome James or Jared Jeffries. But rather enough room to get the best player in the NBA. And perhaps with a little luck there will be space for a second star as well. Considering the overspending of the …continue reading
[Late in the third quarter, the Knicks are up by about 20. An exchange between announcers Clyde Frazier and Gus Johnson.] Clyde: I think the crowd is stunned, Gus, by what has happened here tonight… Gus: I’m stunned. They’re playing so well. It’s almost too easy. Clyde: Yes, that word surreal… The crowd is like they’re waiting for something bad to happen… Gus: The Knicks are playing well. Watching from home, I was stunned from before the start of the game with the opening act of Q-Tip. For years “Take Me Home” by Doug E Fresh was one of the …continue reading
The Knicks have announced their coaching staff for the 2008-09 season.
Mike D’Antoni has agreed to become the new coach of the New York Knicks. Four years for $24 million. Wow.
Isiah Thomas should be fired. Now…
I must admit, the current drama unfolding in the halls of Madison Square Garden is entertaining in a guilty pleasure sort of way. Even though I know this cannot have a happy ending I can?t wait to see what insanity turns up in each day?s sports section. But, after reading yet another tale filled with blaming, speculation, dysfunction, and non-denial denials I feel like my soul needs a shower; the way I feel after one of those really bizarre episodes of Law and Order. You know the kind, where the murderer on trial turns out to be the least depraved …continue reading