Knicks Morning News (2014.09.07)

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    3 thoughts to “Knicks Morning News (2014.09.07)”

    1. Have you guys seen this Atlanta Hawks story?

      http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/11481937/atlanta-hawks-owner-bruce-levenson-selling-team

      As someone who frequents the Atl frequently i can say that the area of the GA Dome and Phillips Arena isnt the greatest, but its not a deterrent for going to a game. I dont know if what he said was offensive or not but as an ” affluent black man” Hes a fucking idiot if he doesnt think that there is black wealth in Atlanta. The problem is that the city is a shitty sports town. The only strong base is the Falcons and UGA/GT football. Idk iam not surprised though, a lot of owners think just like this guy but know how to hide it. Thanks one thing you cant say about guitar Jimmy, he loved Isiah and hearts Melo hahaha

    2. It’s a terrible situation, just another disgrace and we’re better off for him being forced to sell (although it also possibly fucks over Ferry’s plans for the team, which seem to be going along well so far – so you hope a new owner won’t be a douche and want to put his own stamp on the team).

      A couple of things I’m curious about, though…

      1. How in the hell did this come up in a free agent background meeting?

      2. Should we negatively judge Ferry for obviously not giving too much of a shit about his owner’s racial viewpoints (as he clearly had seen the e-mail years earlier)?

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