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    Originally Posted by rady
    Good find CA7! But please always include a link to the original source, it legitimates it and gives the author credit for the work he put on.
    sir yes sir Rady sir

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    Really good updates from day 3 to be found here, photos attached and greatly detailed.
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    MSG Training Camp Special Tuesday 11am Est time...........replay at 9pm Est time

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    Thank you CA7, you've been the most resourceful poster here; we appreciate your contributions.

    I think this team is very different from previous team's we've deal with in the last decade.

    Of course it's deep and talented, but one thing stands out.

    Leaders.
    We've full of vocal, locker room, and on court leaders.

    Jason Kidd
    Tyson Chandler
    Rasheed Wallace
    Kurt Thomas
    Marcus Camby

    Not only this makes us a better team, but Melo is player who's comfortable on the court without having to carry the entire load.

    Every star player is better when they're surrounded by leaders instead of role players. This has been the key formula to success in the NBA.

    Kobe had Fisher and Gasol
    Rondo has Garnett, Pierce, and had Perkins.
    LeBron had Wade, Battier, Howard.
    Even Durant has Perkins, Collison and a deep team of voluntary leaders, similar to what Jordan had.


    What these guys do is set the tone for the team and establish themselves.

    As Knick fans, we know the difference between basketball with leadership and basketball without leadership.

    We've seen Isiah Thomas, Jamal Crawford, Eddy Curry, Maurice Taylor, Steve Francis, Al Harrington, Jerome James and many others stink it up in New York. Not only some of these guy's were our CORNER stone players, they were surrounded by LESSER and inferior players as a supporting case, guy's just trying to get a JOB in the NBA. Need a job in the NBA? Call Isiah Thomas. It worked for Qyntel Woods, Jamison Brewer, Jackie Butler, etc and etc.

    Excuse my Isiah rant, you guys know how much I despise him...but I hope you get my message.

    We have a new Knicks team...and we deserve it. Management has been playing us for a decade and now we have a competitive team that can rock out.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Maurice Taylor
    I was a Mo T hater way back.

    Less than a week 'til tip off in Washington fellas.

    f*cking finally!!!!

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Thank you CA7, you've been the most resourceful poster here; we appreciate your contributions.

    I think this team is very different from previous team's we've deal with in the last decade.

    Of course it's deep and talented, but one thing stands out.

    Leaders.
    We've full of vocal, locker room, and on court leaders.

    Jason Kidd
    Tyson Chandler
    Rasheed Wallace
    Kurt Thomas
    Marcus Camby

    Not only this makes us a better team, but Melo is player who's comfortable on the court without having to carry the entire load.

    Every star player is better when they're surrounded by leaders instead of role players. This has been the key formula to success in the NBA.

    Kobe had Fisher and Gasol
    Rondo has Garnett, Pierce, and had Perkins.
    LeBron had Wade, Battier, Howard.
    Even Durant has Perkins, Collison and a deep team of voluntary leaders, similar to what Jordan had.


    What these guys do is set the tone for the team and establish themselves.

    As Knick fans, we know the difference between basketball with leadership and basketball without leadership.

    We've seen Isiah Thomas, Jamal Crawford, Eddy Curry, Maurice Taylor, Steve Francis, Al Harrington, Jerome James and many others stink it up in New York. Not only some of these guy's were our CORNER stone players, they were surrounded by LESSER and inferior players as a supporting case, guy's just trying to get a JOB in the NBA. Need a job in the NBA? Call Isiah Thomas. It worked for Qyntel Woods, Jamison Brewer, Jackie Butler, etc and etc.

    Excuse my Isiah rant, you guys know how much I despise him...but I hope you get my message.

    We have a new Knicks team...and we deserve it. Management has been playing us for a decade and now we have a competitive team that can rock out.
    NP Bro

    I'm on top(pause) of everything, I know you guys are real busy so I try to make sure when you do log on you got some stuff to see

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    Originally Posted by Crazy⑧s
    I was a Mo T hater way back.

    Less than a week 'til tip off in Washington fellas.

    f*cking finally!!!!
    We're gonna hang nuts on the Wizards and we're gonna **** down their throats!

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    Camby has a strained calf. Gonna be out 7-10 days and will miss the first 2 preseason games

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    Originally Posted by NYk_Reloaded718
    I'd like this move he can play 2 or 3.. also if we sign Howard we can let Brewer take it slow and come back when he's officially ready and 100% healed.

    Josh Howard >>>> James White
    Josh at 2 is fail.
    Remember when Mavericks tried it.
    He has bad shot selection, definitely doesn't fit as shooting guard on both ends.

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    Originally Posted by StEpHoN_mArBuRy
    Camby has a strained calf. Gonna be out 7-10 days and will miss the first 2 preseason games
    We never get a pass, barely started camp and we have Brewer and Camby sidelined already. With Amare and JR sitting cause of soreness.

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    i dont think it's jr.

    chris smith has the sore knee.

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    "That's all I needed to do", Sheed LOL.

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    Originally Posted by Dzwonsson
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    "That's all I needed to do", Sheed LOL.
    HAHAHA Sheed is the man.

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    Originally Posted by deamon
    Josh at 2 is fail.
    Remember when Mavericks tried it.
    He has bad shot selection, definitely doesn't fit as shooting guard on both ends.
    Agreed. When the Mavs got Marion it was Howard to the 2 when he was healthy and his shot selection is horrible. He's a great slasher, defender, but age and health has robbed him of his quickness.

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