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    Breaking News Dolan isn't trading or firing anybody.

    Marc Stein@ESPNSteinLine[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Going online now: ESPN sources say Knicks owner James Dolan told his players Thursday no trades or changes to coaching staff are forthcoming

    via twitter





    Great....

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    Depressing.

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    Guess we'll win 25 games this year....i feel bad for season ticket holders....this is beyond sad. Guess we won't compete till 2015. Funny thing is i said Celtics make playoffs this year, even in rebuild mode...most thought i was crazy

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    Didn't see this thread….Mods can delete the one I made.

    This goes back to exactly what I suspected when the Lowry rumors were first talked about. I said our owner is in such damage control, false sense of perception, reverse jedi mind mode that he will prohibit the team from getting better based on decisions he's made in the past.

    This guy is scared of his own shadow, he doesn't want to make a bad move because he doesn't trust himself nor those he has put in charge and is too confident or overly optimistic in this steaming heaping pile of refuse.

    Okay cool so we make no moves and watch other teams make them to improve their rosters….That makes perfect sense. The league simply hasn't caught on to how we do things but when they do boy watch out.

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    Why isn't Mills making this announcement? Why was Mills named the GM?? Dolan seems to be acting more like the GM than the GM. I think Mills will go down in Knicks history as the most forgettable GM in Knicks history with a track record of poor drafting and mediocre performance.

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    Maybe its the Dolan 360 coming and we'll be making mega moves ....haha....hard to stay a Knick fan as long as this guy owns the team

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    Originally Posted by petescud
    Maybe its the Dolan 360 coming and we'll be making mega moves ....haha....hard to stay a Knick fan as long as this guy owns the team
    LOL I was wondering this as well. Maybe it'll relieve some pressure off some of the team, and if it still doesn't work out, changes are gonna be made.

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    So we are foroced to play with this lame JR till end of season and he with Felton will be key players for Knicks looses.

    Still thinking when to stop watching this team. Spurs Rockets Cllippers Indy Heat are coming very soon.

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    Other than Melo, Chandler, Shumpert and Hardaway, we have nothing of any trade value. Shumpert has regressed and his current trade value is low. We should not trade Hardaway, Jr. He looks a lot better than I expected. No team, not assured that Melo would resign with them, will trade for Melo. His only potential destination in this year, as I see it, is to the LA Clippers. I do not see him with the Lakers or anyplace other than New York or LA. There is no reasonable replacement for Woodson midseason. As I have said in previous posts, I see us resigning Melo and hoping for improvement in 2015 when we will have a first round pick and cap space. Felton, JR and Shumpert, if not traded earlier, will be on the books. I believe it will b qualifying offer time for Shumpert. We could get more cap space for 2015 if we could move Felton, JR and Shumpert. I do not see much of a market for Felton or JR. As for Shumpert, his trade value might improve over the balance of this season or next season. Next season, we are over the cap even if Melo bolts. What reasonable trades are available? What new coach is going to turn things around?

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    TH Jr should be starter. We all rememebr that one Th was starter nothing was working To's only.

    But that was very wrong S5.

    Just read that Woody is decided to stop P&R STAT is very predictable and readable with his pathetic dream shake all time rollin travelling.

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    Hey, not for nothing, but we should see an improvement in all the guys thought they were getting traded (Shump, Amar'e and MWP to name few)....Especially Shump, lets see what he has. If we don't see much improvement, we shouldn't have much regrets if he goes in a year end trade. I think Woody with all the bonehead ISO madness as well as timely timeouts, is still a major upgrade over our assistants...come on guys, the Atlantic sucks, lets win it. At this point i don't care if we make it out the first round

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    It's probably because the Anti-Christ Carmelo Anthony told him not to!

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    This means changes are coming.

    This is the light version of the "dreaded vote of confidence".

    If there's nothing going on, then there's no need to say there's nothing going on.

    Let's just hope it's something that's reasonably intelligent.

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    This is all Melo's fault, right?

    Seriously though, this is the lowest point in Knicks history right now. After the unforgettable 90's era, Knicks were an embarrassment in the 00's.

    This decade we were suppose to turn it around.
    We failed to do so and will suck for another decade.
    That's just depressing.

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    This team is worst D right now

    STAT is completely lost when i see replays this guy feels like in the jungle

    Tyson much more dissapoints me

    and Mike Breen with Clyde still saying Felton is needed

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