Isiah Thomas To Be Named President Of The New York Liberty

Robert Silverman has the scoop:

Oh good. That’s just wonderful. That’s just peachy.

You know what, this is as much our fault as anything. The moment we think this organization and this useless, soiled baby wipe of an owner is inching towards competence, he does this.

This isn’t just a matter of letting a bumbling, fool like Zeke, a gentleman that hass botched each and every single team he’s ever managed to get his slippery, vile hands on. (And in case you’ve forgotten, beyond his destruction of the Knicks, he also sent an entire pro sports league, the Continental Basketball Association to its grave), you’re going to put a convicted sexual harasser in charge of a WNBA team? Really? REALLY?

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Knicks Morning News (2015.05.05)

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