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    Default Salute to Jeremy Lin's greatness

    Originally Posted by orangeblobman
    Yup.

    I think interest in Lin from Knicks fans will remain strong throughout next year, with peaks coming around the Houston-New York games.

    So expect this thread to have a long and healthy life.

    And why shouldn't we be interested? Linsanity was one of the greatest episodes not just in Knicks history, but in the history of sports. It felt good and it's going to take a good amount of time to dissipate.
    totally
    Jeremy Lin will remain in Knicks lore for as long as he continues to thrive in the NBA, as an example of just how stupid James Dolan is and always has been. one of the greatest storied spectacles in NBA history let go for nothing, because the owner felt dissed by a business decision he f*cked up. more than 1/2 of Knicks fans and KO members were hurt by this decision, and will continue to feel wronged by the idiot who runs the organization, and will continue to monitor Lin's career as either the one who got away, or the one we were lucky he turned out to be a bust. either way, the Lin thread is a reminder of what we had, whose imprint on a season will never be forgotten. Knick fans deserve as much time as necessary to mourn and bemoan the loss of Lin; let this thread serve as a monument to his greatness, however long-lasting it may be.

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    Originally Posted by NY17KNICKS
    My reaction everytime I see a new post in this thread about a player on the Houston Rockets in the Knicks section.

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    Now I know why you go by the name of "Cool" Clyde!

    Hey, knicksince 93, if you don't like what you see, then:

    Walk on by!

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    Originally Posted by Newbie
    Now I know why you go by the name of "Cool" Clyde!

    Hey, knicksince 93, if you don't like what you see, then:

    Walk on by!
    I'll just leave this here
    Originally Posted by Newbie
    Relax and get yourself a sense of humour, Mr. Moderator.

    P.S. My last post here. (Don't cry!)

    The negativity on this forum is much too depressing.

    Cliche warning: Life is too short, choose your battles wisely.

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    Oh, haven't you heard that it's "a woman's prerogrative
    to change her mind."


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    lol.......

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    Originally Posted by CoolClyde
    totally
    Jeremy Lin will remain in Knicks lore for as long as he continues to thrive in the NBA, as an example of just how stupid James Dolan is and always has been. one of the greatest storied spectacles in NBA history let go for nothing, because the owner felt dissed by a business decision he f*cked up. more than 1/2 of Knicks fans and KO members were hurt by this decision, and will continue to feel wronged by the idiot who runs the organization, and will continue to monitor Lin's career as either the one who got away, or the one we were lucky he turned out to be a bust. either way, the Lin thread is a reminder of what we had, whose imprint on a season will never be forgotten. Knick fans deserve as much time as necessary to mourn and bemoan the loss of Lin; let this thread serve as a monument to his greatness, however long-lasting it may be.
    Thread should be dead by the end of November then.

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    smDh at Jeremy Lin followers.


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    Originally Posted by knickerlocker
    The trainer wearing Knicks colors in that video is Knicks Assistant Coach Kenny Atkinson. He flew out to Cali to help Jeremy work on going left and his handles (not sure if it was Knicks-approved or on his own time, since JLin was a free agent and not with the Knicks during off-season). He was also the staff member Jeremy Lin bonded with the most, since he was instrumental in helping Jeremy prior to his Linsanity breakout. Kenny also dined with Jeremy in Houston during the free agency talks. Kenny was the former head of player development and assistant coach for the Rockets. I wonder if Kenny is considering following Jeremy back to Houston, or if he's staying with the Knicks.
    Looks like Atkinson is leaving the Knicks according to Isola. Going to the Hawks and not the Rox, he's a good coach for a young team and with the Knicks being the oldest team in the league there's not a lot for him to do.

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    Originally Posted by tiger0330
    Looks like Atkinson is leaving the Knicks according to Isola. Going to the Hawks and not the Rox, he's a good coach for a young team and with the Knicks being the oldest team in the league there's not a lot for him to do.
    Yeah, I saw that, too. Pity. Atkinson is a good coach. He goes the extra mile, like flying out to Cali to help Lin in the off-season. Sure beats whatever Herb Williams is doing by staying innocuous and surviving so many purges. Does anyone even know why Herb Williams is here or what he does for the team? Or is it one of those Isiah-type attachments that Dolan has for cronies?

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    Dont worry guys if you cry Jeremy will call you










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    Originally Posted by NY17KNICKS
    Dont worry guys if you cry Jeremy will call you
    Love this video!



    You love Jeremy Lin, you know you do!


    Video Caption: "From the mouth of babes comes the truth!"


    P.S. For keeping this thread alive (tee-hee-hee!)


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    Originally Posted by Newbie
    Love this video!



    You love Jeremy Lin, you know you do!


    Video Caption: "From the mouth of babes comes the truth!"


    P.S. For keeping this thread alive (tee-hee-hee!)


    If he was still a Knick, of course.

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    Class act as always. It contrasts how much hate some people have for someone that is genuinely a good person. He didn't have to tell the kid to keep supporting the knicks or tell the kid that the knicks would still be good.

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    Originally Posted by kinein
    Class act as always. It contrasts how much hate some people have for someone that is genuinely a good person. He didn't have to tell the kid to keep supporting the knicks or tell the kid that the knicks would still be good.
    It's called PR and self promotion. I'm not saying there's no chance he's a decent guy, but to base your opinion on this would be as shallow as thinking coca cola were a good company cos they've got really joyful christmas ads.

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