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    Default START FRANK WILLIAMS NOW

    There is not enough minutes to fit all.....
    And Chaney is making a mess of the whole thing....

    Example burning in my mind is:

    Saturday night Frank Williams plays entire
    4th producing this stat line:

    18 minutes
    4 Rebounds
    7 assists
    0 fouls
    1 steal
    1 block
    8 points

    Then Dum Chaney doesn't play him more than 6 minutes
    the following night in a win vs the Wizards.....

    But for some reason in the Wizards game
    he finds time for Eisley & Ward to
    combine and produce a stat line like this:

    45 minutes
    5 rebounds
    10 assists
    7 fouls
    1 steal
    6 turnovers
    15 points

    Does anybody else need to do some math here.....

    Start Frank Williams now

    Damn

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    Who can explain the things that Chaney does?

    all I havce to say is Chaney better enjoy his time as head coach cuz once he gets fired I can't see another NBA team offering him another head coaching position

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    oh man, getting him fired would be the best Christmas present ever! but as long as Layden is still the gm i don't see it happening
    it will be just to good to be tru

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    Originally Posted by Swishfm3
    all I havce to say is Chaney better enjoy his time as head coach cuz once he gets fired I can't see another NBA team offering him another head coaching position
    in 2001 we were the first team that gave him a head-coach position after 7 years

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    Originally Posted by Swifftey
    oh man, getting him fired would be the best Christmas present ever! but as long as Layden is still the gm i don't see it happening
    it will be just to good to be tru
    of course...Chaney is Layden shield.

    As lonf as Chaney is around, everyone (media) forgets about the "great" job Layden as done

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    I don't allways agree with Mr. Peter Vecsey on all his opinions.

    But in regarts to the Knicks he is usually dead - on.....

    In todays New York Post he writes:

    Antonio McDyess and Frank Williams are the only two Knicks with a huge upside; for better or for worse, the rest of the players are what they are. Both ought to start, not just McDyess.

    Why is Don Chaney holding back Williams? His only vaguely plausible excuse is an edict from above: Keep the remote chance alive of trading Howard Eisley or Charlie Ward by giving them the majority of nightlight, as if the league isn't acutely acquainted with their pay and play.

    All I know is, if Williams were composing such stunning stuff for the Jazz, Scott Layden would be trying to pry him away from GM Kevin O'Connor.

    Nuff said

    If you wanna read his Hoop Du Jour
    got to this link:

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    Stats don't lie:

    vs Atlanta

    Frank Williams
    23 min
    2 turnovers
    9 assists
    1 foul
    10 pts.

    Eisley
    13 min
    2 turnovers
    2 assists
    1 foul
    6 pts.

    C.Ward
    23 min
    1 turnovers
    2 assists
    1 foul
    6 pts.

    As far as I can see Frank almost had a double - double
    Dum Chaney needs to make the move allready....

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    ~Jasper
    Just like the article sez.....

    Keep the remote chance alive of trading Howard Eisley or Charlie Ward by giving them the majority of nightlight, as if the league isn't acutely acquainted with their pay and play.


    that's the only thing I can think of..................

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    here's some encouraging news on the topic:

    Chaney has tried to mix and match at the point all season with Charlie Ward, Howard Eisley and Frank Williams. The results have been generally underwhelming.

    But against Atlanta, Williams provided a spark early in the third quarter. Entering with the Knicks down 55-52, Williams was at the controls during the 15-0 run the Knicks made to grab the lead and control of the game. On the night, he had a nice-looking line: 23 minutes, 10 points, nine assists, one turnover, two steals.

    "It helps when you push buttons and guys respond," Chaney said. "To me, when a guy on the bench can come in and give you that lift, and replace a guy who's struggling, that's a key."

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