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    ^^^^^^^^
    +1000000 I can't even give you rep for this one gotta spread the love around

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    Originally Posted by WeReady
    ^^^^^^^^
    +1000000 I can't even give you rep for this one gotta spread the love around
    Ty bro.

    You def "get it", too.

    There's been wayyyyy too much unnecessary BS and speculation and barking up the wrong tree, since this Lin fiasco has ballooned.

    Which, of course, is precisely the type of bull**** and circus act routine getting spewed outta MSG that is James Dolan's calling card.

    Idk what else can be said after the ^^^^^.

    Unless you just think Lin is a sub-mediocre player, and do not like Lin himself as a talent and player, and that you think Felton is superior.

    Even so, Dolan ****ed up again by,

    allowing another PR fiasco to develop, and create more distrust and double-speak surrounding the NYK front office and this team

    not getting anything in return for Lin

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    Originally Posted by iSaYughh
    Ty bro.

    You def "get it", too.

    There's been wayyyyy too much unnecessary BS and speculation and barking up the wrong tree, since this Lin fiasco has ballooned.

    Which, of course, is precisely the type of bull**** and circus act routine getting spewed outta MSG that is James Dolan's calling card.

    Idk what else can be said after the ^^^^^.

    Unless you just think Lin is a sub-mediocre player, and do not like Lin himself as a talent and player, and that you think Felton is superior.

    Even so, Dolan ****ed up again by,

    allowing another PR fiasco to develop, and create more distrust and double-speak surrounding the NYK front office and this team

    not getting anything in return for Lin
    The only thing that can be said at this point is "Wait till the Seasons Starts" to see who the final winners and losers are of this mess

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    ugh, just wanted to thank you for synopsizing the Lin fiasco. i'm sure once some time has passed, all will be explained from both sides of the fence, and Dolan will be seen for the asinine sh*thole he is. he's f*cked this franchise from day one and things haven't changed a bit. i'm just tired of arguing about hearsay and beating this dead Linhorse. i'll miss the kid, and forever hate the man. l8r.

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    Originally Posted by CoolClyde
    ugh, just wanted to thank you for synopsizing the Lin fiasco. i'm sure once some time has passed, all will be explained from both sides of the fence, and Dolan will be seen for the asinine sh*thole he is. he's f*cked this franchise from day one and things haven't changed a bit. i'm just tired of arguing about hearsay and beating this dead Linhorse. i'll miss the kid, and forever hate the man. l8r.
    To me the bottom line here is; If Steinbrenner was alive & well, owned the Knicks, would Lin have left, and if so with not one penny in return to the Knicks?

    So yes, let it go now.

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    If Steinbrenner was the owner, Lin would not have left, we would have had 5 championships by now and Isiah and Dolan would be in San Francisco happily married. Everybody wins.

    But, one thing we should consider is that we finally have a half decent roster now, who, if they can stay healthy and play together, have the potential to be in contention for the NBA title.

    This season is like the Judgement Day for the Knicks.

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    you do know that NY legalized gay marriage. so i think isiah and dolan would be in NY happily married.

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    Originally Posted by blahwoop
    you do know that NY legalized gay marriage. so i think isiah and dolan would be in NY happily married.
    I know, I just don't want them anywhere near New York.
    Last edited by NYNYK; Jul 26, 2012 at 10:09.

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    I can't believe this thread is gonna make 2,000 posts. Surely the future is more topical than a Rockets player by now?

    The make and break season awaits, gents. Jeremy Lin Jeremy f'ing Schmin. I'd prefer to talk about James White and the fact that Mike Woodson's mouth looks suspiciously like something else.


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    Just think of this thread as the recycle bin for all the Jeremy Lin talk.
    So much easier to skip now than seeing 20 threads on Lin ****ted all over the first page of the forum.



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    Lin doing the rounds in Houston:


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    Originally Posted by iSaYughh
    No.

    Isiah,

    a) is still tethered to the NYK, and has Dolan's ear

    b) Isiah is only gone because Dolan ****ed NYC so hard for so long, he finally relented. Oh, and Isiah got MSG/himself sued.

    Literally, Stern was going to step in if Dolan didn't let go of Isiah and hire a guy like Walsh, bc the **** Dolan did the NYK franchise was getting so bad, it was having ramifications to the overall success of the league.

    It doesn't matter.

    You say Dolan saved money not signing Lin?

    Wrong. Look at MSG stock. Even your homeboy at Forbes would have the sense that Dolan lost a lot more than Lin (or anybody else) in this matter ever will.

    You wanna play a diff game and say Dolan saved our cap situation?

    Wrong. We got blessed with a favorable Bird Right decision, and Lin's deal was pretty modest overall money to years.

    Plus, we have a 3rd window, strategically, and even if he sucked and/or we sucked, his contract would have been an asset in the final year (when his salary was the biggest).

    What say you, Jim?

    And I would put my money where my mouth is against Dolan -- though idk what that even means?

    If you mean make money off Dolan's idiocy regarding letting Lin go -- I already did.

    I'd say it's unreal that you defend and like James Dolan like you do.

    Yet, your history of defending people and wanting them tethered to the NYK primarily revolves around:

    Eddie Curry

    Isiah Thomas

    So........
    First of all your name is Isayuugh or whatever. Secondly, me suppoting Isiah is a myth. I was a Larry Brown guy. I am from Missouri so SHOW-ME one post in my 6 plus years of being on this board where I supported Isiah??? Lastly, I followed E-city's career since high school here in Chicago and I was hoping he would pan out as the next KNICKS center so sue me for that. I felt bad about his heart condition, heritary weight problems, how he got tricked out of his loot, and the violence against his family. That means I am not a heartless a**h*** like some around here so sue me for that as well.

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    Originally Posted by GordonGecko
    ohhhh sorry, I didn't realize you arrange for large value item sales and your minimum fee is 20%, you must know what you're talking about then!!

    AHAHahahaahahahahahaa ROFL!!!!

    Dolan has pretty much zero track record in business success for starting or acquiring a new business on his watch. Everything he's ever had was handed to him
    Thank you for posting what i look like on payday when I put my check in the BANK. I my own house and a brand new car. Where do you live???? My guess, YO MAMMA's GARAGE

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    Originally Posted by iSaYughh
    If I'm bored and feel inclined, I will.
    NO You won't cause guys like you are all talk and full of s**t!!!! You are too much of a chicken s**t to have the Editor of Forbes call you out and embarrass you. GTFO

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