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    Default Knicks Confessions

    I think this is a great time to clear the air about anything you've held in regarding the New York Knicks Franchise

    no matter what, you wont be judged, except by KingStarbury

    Let your feelings out men

    Here's mine

    as odd as it might seem I gotta be honest and say I NEVER, EVER liked Patrick Ewing's game, just never thought he was that good, idk why but he never did anything that stuck out to me

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    I once cried when we lost during a regular season game back in like 03... I was like 12 doe..

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    i was like maybe 6-7 sitting watching espn with my dad and i hear "marcus camby traded to denver" i got so upset and also, i believe Felton will turn out to be a steal signing for us.

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    Sometimes I look into Tyson's eyes, and wonder what marvellous creator sculpted his crystal clear, watery blue wonders. I would love to stroke his beard in the winter sun and hold his hand as we wrote in our diaries about life and our feelings for each other and walked off gracefully into the sunset together. (Not srs)

    In all honesty though, sometimes when I'm at the gym I pretend i'm Ewing or Starks, and that if I completed the next painful rep we win the championship. Lame way to motivate yourself but hey, it gets results.

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    I cried back in 95 i think it was, when the Pacers eliminated us. I was only 8

    After Camby got traded i almost became a Magic fan, I think Ewing was with them at the time. But i stayed with the Knicks

    Starks was overrated

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    I shed a couple tears when Dantoni decided not to continue coaching the Knicks.

































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    Originally Posted by CA7
    as odd as it might seem I gotta be honest and say I NEVER, EVER liked Patrick Ewing's game, just never thought he was that good, idk why but he never did anything that stuck out to me
    I'd very much like to shout BLASPHEMY!!!



    Try to bear in mind how old he was already when numbers 8 and 1 where taped. Until I see any of our current roster players to show that much passion and doing something like this to the Heat's star player, I will remain nostalgic.

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    Question Mark Time for a lesson!!!

    Originally Posted by CA7

    as odd as it might seem I gotta be honest and say I NEVER, EVER liked Patrick Ewing's game, just never thought he was that good, idk why but he never did anything that stuck out to me
    WHAT!?

    How old are you, CA7? I doubt you've seen a lot of Ewing's games.

    A back to the basket, ball dominating offensive game. Mid range beast and the focal of his team's offence. Not in approach or method, but in dominating the rock, Ewing and Melo share similarities. Out of the 2, one was far more successful than the other in terms of achievement.

    In the 89-90 season - when you were presumably 2-5 years old - Ewing had a season that eclipses what you see in the modern game, whilst playing in a far more physically demanding and less officiated game against the league in its prime.

    28.6PPG - 4BPG - 2.2APG - 10.9RPG - .55FG% and didn't miss a game all season. Was named All NBA 1st Centre alongside Malone, Barkley, Jordan and Magic.

    Not to even mention his 5 All NBA second team selections.

    One thing you could always rely on with Ewing, as has never been the case with Melo, was a commitment to defence. 3 All Defensive 2nd Team Awards
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    How can you so avidly defend Melo and not show the required appreciation for the greatest Knick in history.

    Ridiculous.

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    My Knick confession is that throughout all of the starts Melo and STAT have made together, this team still has a sub .500 win margin.

    Other than that, the past is the past.

    Oh, and Dolan is a f*ckwit.

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    I was the biggest Kenny Skywalker fan. I was young and dunk contests and flat tops influenced me easily.

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    Originally Posted by Crazy⑧s
    WHAT!?

    How old are you, CA7? I doubt you've seen a lot of Ewing's games.

    A back to the basket, ball dominating offensive game. Mid range beast and the focal of his team's offence. Not in approach or method, but in dominating the rock, Ewing and Melo share similarities. Out of the 2, one was far more successful than the other in terms of achievement.

    In the 89-90 season - when you were presumably 2-5 years old - Ewing had a season that eclipses what you see in the modern game, whilst playing in a far more physically demanding and less officiated game against the league in its prime.

    28.6PPG - 4BPG - 2.2APG - 10.9RPG - .55FG% and didn't miss a game all season. Was named All NBA 1st Centre alongside Malone, Barkley, Jordan and Magic.

    Not to even mention his 5 All NBA second team selections.

    One thing you could always rely on with Ewing, as has never been the case with Melo, was a commitment to defence. 3 All Defensive 2nd Team Awards
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    How can you so avidly defend Melo and not show the required appreciation for the greatest Knick in history.

    Ridiculous.
    I respect his numbers and passion most definitely but he just always left me wanting more I can only defend Melo but so much but his career is still going on and he's in his prime but Pat idk after that 94 Finals I was just left with nothing

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    I have a confession...i'd like to give a shout out to the three ferry boy gay ambassadors that got my thread locked.

    It was supposed to just be a funny thread, but

    Fat Elvis (Fat says it all, dude dont respect himself)
    SweetDreams (Dudes wrist is more broken then Chris Bosh's)
    Gaynyce (The leader of the gay ambassadors)

    These three right here came in to my thread acting supersensitive. So thanks fellas for ruining my thread. Just to let u know I wont be conforming to the faggotry that goes on in the world today.

    I promise to neg rep u guys everytime i reup on rep, have a great life together

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    Yes ok. I was a Seattle Sonics fan until they ceased to exist. I then switched to the Knicks as they were the second team I connected with. I've gotta say, If the Sonics return to the NBA, I've got to revert to supporting them.Having said that, as things stand, I'm enjoying watching the Knicks gradually develop into a top team in the East.

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    Back to my regular confessions,

    I always thought we had a problem with Sprewell and Houston. The problem was that while Spree managed to do a great job against other SF's, i still always thought he was more suited for the 2 guard position and that we woulda been a better team had we moved sprewell or Houston for a more natural small forward

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    I always thought Oakley was kinda gay.

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