iv been a knicks fan since i got into basketball in my preteen years....33 now.
I take fan team allegiance pretty serious.....being a ranger and knick fan i have always stood by them.
but what this ownership/front office is doing with this team is tantamount to driving the titanic into an iceberg, even when seeing it 2 miles away. I dont think lin was a huge superstar, but he was/is a rising commodity. who in their right mind signs a fat dude and an aging fck up instead of him?
Luckily there is hope. there is a new team in NYC and i may just hop onboard in there inagural year. Even if they have an average front office, im already 2 steps ahead of this clown run circus.
d will, joe johnson, brook lopez and THE dominant center in the league coming at some point? yeh....... GO BKNY
I am actually happy Lin is leaving for one reason, and that is we can drop all of these fake bandwagon fans and get back the old school fans that missed the days of seeing true toughness from Marcus Camby and Kurt Thomas.
Bring back the old school knick fans and get rid of these bandwagon clowns.
You root for the team, not the player.
"The Knicks are back" - Amare
I wouldn't quit on the team, but, boy, would my excitement for the season be completely depleted. The prospect of Ray Felton and Jason Kidd in the starting line-up makes me want to fall asleep. And I will not be looking forward to a full season of Iso-Melo ball. Woo hoo..
Any true Knicks fan knows players come and go but the Orange and Blue...That **** dont fade. Go have fun with those ***** ass nets and dont come back on here like nothing happened when we whoopin that ass next year.
we should get rid of them, then maybe the amount of jizzing over Lin would go down after he crumbles