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    Denver comes to the Garden Saturday night.

    I think if Denver blows out the Knicks which we all know is possible then I think Sunday Dantonio is fired.

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    Its Glen's call on if we fire coach not Dolan's

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    Originally Posted by Clyde & The Pearl
    All throughout my life basketball coaches have clamored for talented big men in order to put them down in the paint and positively effect the outcome of the games they play in. Both offensively and defensively.

    WHEN DID THIS CHANGE?

    What other coach in the NBA has their bigs 15ft away from the basket for almost the entire game?


    If someone could answer these questions I'd really appreciate it.

    Maybe the game has passed me by.
    No, it hasn't, iv'e never seen anything like it,it's like he refuses to try to develop any of his players beyond what they are, or put them in position(developing plays to match there talent)to succeed.This guy is a joke.

    Originally Posted by skisloper
    Denver comes to the Garden Saturday night.

    I think if Denver blows out the Knicks which we all know is possible then I think Sunday Dantonio is fired.
    God!!I hope your right, i never want to see us lose, but i'm starting to lean that way.I can't bare to watch this anymore, but i have to watch the damn knicks.

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    He's the longest-tenured Knick Head Coach since Jeff Van Gundy. Third behind Pat Riley. & JVG since Hubie Brown were coaching the Knicks in the 80's. MDA has become a Knick institution

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    I think management at the very least will allow him to coach the team with B Diddy. Hopefully we start resembling a playoff team at that point but it will be hard to watch Antoni getting happy and confident again with a possibility of being extended if we actually start improving.

    In clonclusion, I say if the team still shows signs of flaw when BD comes back then Antoni will be fired almost immediately. It's tough watching these games now because you want them to win BUT you also want Antoni gone, so when they lose, you hope it helps to get him replaced, which is what most of us want. Tough angle.

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    once upon a time in a glorious place called MSG

    there was a dark cloud of anger over the beautiful basketball court

    that cloud was triggered by two terrible evils

    they were

    Two things

    MELO SUCKS RIGHT NOW AND IS TRYING TO COMPENSATE BY BEING SELFISH


    and


    MIKE DANTONI IS ALLOWING IT TO HAPPEN


    the end

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