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    Breaking News Dolan Would Only Contact West 'If Isiah Asked For It'

    Dolan Would Only Contact West 'If Isiah Asked For It'
    18th April, 2007 - 2:59 pm
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    Garden chairman James Dolan, speaking on WFAN Tuesday, said he would only contact Jerry West about joining the Knicks "if Isiah asked for it."

    "I wouldn't say to Isiah, 'Hey, Isiah, Jerry's coming in and you've got to take it,'" Dolan said. "No, I would never do that. I made a commitment to Isiah," Dolan said. "And I made a commitment that the whole team feels, and a commitment to a strategy. And when you make a commitment, a commitment's a commitment." [READ]
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    My question is West will be a good gm in NY? Seems to me that he didn't do **** in memphis.

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    Look at his track record in LA. 3 Titles traded for Kobe. Also up until the last two seasons Memphis was a playoff squad. They didn't advance but getting a low budget team like that to the playoffs is something in my book.

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    a team wit pau gasol and mike miller is not that bad to me, it was just injuries that killed them

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    A more demanding market like ours would be good 4 West...

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    Dolan, u friggin moron, last time i checked- u run the show. Stop *****footing around and try to win some creditability back. this is a no brainer.

    Keep IT as coach if ur so in love with him- but give the desk job to someone who actually knows what they are doing and doesn't have 87% of the NBA laughing at him.

    This is a simple no brainer. IT has had enough years to show us what hes capable of, and we can't even get to .500 in the worst Eastern Conference era will ever see. There simply comes a time where "moral victories" don't cut it anymore. SEE NY YANKEES/METS for more on that. As much as i hate the yankees, if we had steinberner runnign the show, we would have won a title years ago.

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    in the same interview on the fan, dolan sort of blamed this year on larry brown..

    while i agree that brown sux'd last year, start taking some on the responsibility yourself ,cause you signed off to IT to hire him, and IT
    signed off on the trades that were made...

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