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    Breaking News Stein: Knicks to replace Glen Grunwald with Steve Mills?

    Confirmed ESPN report from Marc Stein and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - Glen Grunwald will be replaced by Steve Mills in Knicks front office.
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    I'm trying to remain calm, BUT WHY??

    I'm shocked honestly, I have no reaction.

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    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Knicks statement says Grunwald will remain on as an "advisor.''

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    Why would Knicks FIRE Grunwald??? Two words fellas ... ISIAH THOMAS! [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    I don't get this move. Mills presided over one of the worst times in franchise history. Why does Dolan love those guys so much? Remember, he tried to bring back Thomas as an "adviser" until the basketball Gods intervened.

    I hear Marbury is still looking to get back in the NBA. Maybe Dolan brings him back as well.

    Mike

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    Originally Posted by yankeesjetsfan
    I don't get this move. Mills presided over one of the worst times in franchise history. Why does Dolan love those guys so much? Remember, he tried to bring back Thomas as an "adviser" until the basketball Gods intervened.

    I hear Marbury is still looking to get back in the NBA. Maybe Dolan brings him back as well.

    Mike

    There is no doubt Isiah is telling Dolan that he can win a championship with this team.....Plus Dolan is now scared of losing Melo and in some typical way he will get rid of Woody fearing Melo does not like him.....

    I am a die hard Knicks Fan for the past 30 years and a season ticket holder for the past 22 years and I ask myself how can we ever be a Championship team as long as you have Dolan making unilateral decisions...

    HERE COMES ISIAH.......WOOD GOES UNDER 500 IN FIRST 15 GAMES AND ISIAH WILL BE THE KNICKS COACH.

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    This is what Homer Simpson would do if his daddy bought the Nuclear Power Plant

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    I guess the Bargnani trade did him in...Honestly, if we win with this front office, i'd be shocked. This is NY people, we deserve better

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    I sense a trade is in the works too...so Mills get the credit

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    Originally Posted by skisloper
    HERE COMES ISIAH.......WOOD GOES UNDER 500 IN FIRST 15 GAMES AND ISIAH WILL BE THE KNICKS COACH.
    Woody is Grunny's man and Zeke just doesn't look right as a TV analyst so Isiah coming back to coach would be less of a shock than this news. Demoting Grunwald I did not see coming. It might not be all Dolan, maybe Grunwald didn't want the job any longer, who knows.

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    Mills is prob a smart guy. But i'm not sure we want him making player personnel decisions. I'm a little puzzled by this move.

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    Dolan probably butted heads with Grunwald over him not getting the president's title along with the GM title just like Mills got. Dolan is not the easiest guy to work for just look at how many execs come and go with the Knicks.

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    I'm absolutely shocked. Don't know what to say. Really. Grunwald was a great GM and even if he made some decisions that were seen as mistakes he was always able to repair the damage. It's crazy. I mean, why for ****'s sake would you replace someone like Grunwald?

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    Thomas is almost back because he never left


    lol GRUNNY IS DUNNY SONNIES

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    Steve Mills is nothing more than a figure head at this point. I bet Grunwald feels mighty crunchy, and Dolan is probably placing blame on him for giving up all those assets his short time here.
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    Originally Posted by NY17KNICKS
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    I'm trying to remain calm, BUT WHY??

    I'm shocked honestly, I have no reaction.

    same here, this was totally out of the blue...Why???

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    Thomas must have uncompromising pictures of Dolan somewhere.

    Mike

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    I don't understand the gg firing either... to whoever said it was because if bargnani that was pointless because that trade made sense. As far as I. Thomas returning, I don't think he will but if so I don't think it will be detrimental to our team. He was bad at assembling talent. But til this day he got the exact best out of changing frye and balkman and eddy curry. So as a coach I don't think he is bad.

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