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    Default Some News..

    since 16 august or so, no news about the knicks appeared in the media, or is it just me? if any of you know something, post it here

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    there are 2 possible explanations:

    1: Layden's out of ideeas, and he's waiting for the preseason to start

    2: Layden's thinking to more strategies to ruin the knick franchise, but he keeps them for himself for the moment, waiting for the best time to action, if that's so, you'll find out soon
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    Originally Posted by GhostNYK
    since 16 august or so, no news about the knicks appeared in the media, or is it just me? if any of you know something, post it here

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    well, at least you can't complain for bad news

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    hehe, don't worry, they'll start soon
    you won't even know what hit you :P

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    looks like somebody was right

    Houston's slower-than-expected rehab means that the Knicks' two franchise players, Antonio McDyess and Houston, could be spectators, come Day 1 of veteran's camp. McDyess is a longshot to be ready, though the Knicks have not provided an update on his condition in more than four months.
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    take a look few paragraphs bellow, the news aren't really bad:

    The good news is that Houston has been in close contact with McDyess, he said, and is more certain than ever the power forward will play this season. McDyess had surgery on April 21 on his left patella - his third knee surgery in 18 months.

    "It doesn't matter if it's October, there's no doubt he will be back," said Houston, appearing at the Knicks summer kids camp at Basketball City. ". . . My sense is he's ready to do more than the team is willing to allow him right now. He's got to be patient. You don't want to rush. He wants to do a little bit more."

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    the fact is that houston will miss the start of the season. no houston, no scoring. we're starting to have major problems with knee injured players

    totally not good

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    don't worry, van Horn will save us

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