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    Nyk Logo Should Herb Williams be the Head-Coach?

    If the Knick-Players are tired of Zeke .... plus Dolan is going to let Zeke finish out this season then the best alternative is ....
    Zeke should make an announcement (before or after this Bulls Game) saying he has Evaluated this team by coaching it, and he is needed more upstairs in the frontoffice to get things right.
    While giving the Head Coaching Job to Herb Williams, with Mark Aquire & Hann as the assistant coaches to do as they please with this team, because in the middle of January 2008 everyone job in New York is up for jeopardy if this team dont produce WINS, especially the coaching staff.

    We (Knicks) are 6-15 headed into Chicago to play the 7-13 Bulls.
    Los Vegas outcome is the Bulls by 5.
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    What do you guys think?

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    This would be great if it happened but Isiah is gonna continue to fight, unless he dies hes gonna fight. Someone needs to kill him.

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    I wouldn't mind it, but if that would happen, there should be NO ASST. COACHES under Williams that are here now. But, the fact is, thats not going to happen. Dolan wouldn't allow it, and Isiah isn't going to do it, and he has said as much..

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    yep get wins or die trying...lolz

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    Lenny Wilkins should still be coaching the Knicks.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Lenny Wilkins should still be coaching the Knicks.
    hes was probably the best coach the knicks had recently, but he couldnt take the losing, so he just resigned, but if he was here now, thats a different story

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    I don't have any strong opinions on Williams, but I think we need to clean house totally. Things are too bad.

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    Like the song on Stillmatic the KNicks need to destroy and rebuild.

    First 2 to go: Isiah and Dolan
    Next 2: Curry and Crawford
    Next 2: Zach and Q-Rich(Sorry Q, good luck elsewhere)

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    herb could certainly do a better job than isiah. if this weren't jimmy dolan, herb would already be the coach, at least on an interim basis. i've always liked and respected herb. he didn't do such a terrible job coaching the team prior to the whole lenny wilkens debacle. he wasn't anything to write home to mom about, but he did a decent job, and deserves a real shot more than isiah deserves to still be around. also, herb and patrick ewing are good friends. i would love to see patrick back in ny as an assistant coach. maybe he could light a fire under some of these guys' asses. if eddy's gonna stick around, i really think having patrick around would be beneficial to his game.

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    I talked to Herb when I went courtside to a game, and he said he see's so many things he can do lol.

    In my opinion Walt Clyde Frazier would be a GREAT coach.

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    Originally Posted by reckoning
    maybe he could light a fire under some of these guys' asses.

    You gotta say no homo after a statement like this, any sentence that can be misinterpreted as sayin sumthin gay you gotta say no homo after.

    For Example:

    Hes gotta ram him hard down low no homo
    He penetrates through the defenders no homo
    he goes backdoor for 2 points no homo

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    You gotta say no homo after a statement like this, any sentence that can be misinterpreted as sayin sumthin gay you gotta say no homo after.

    For Example:

    Hes gotta ram him hard down low no homo
    He penetrates through the defenders no homo
    he goes backdoor for 2 points no homo
    lol

    thats mad real.

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    just lettin the new jack know how its done

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    YES!!!!!!!

    like, f*ckin yesterday.

    the sooner, the better.

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    Larry Brown should be coach and team president..oh, wait..

    Seroiusly, the guy won a championship and has consistently been an awesome coach. It was the best time for Isiah to go.

    Herb? Herb is Herb, you know? I don't remember him being anything special his first time around. My gut says he's an assistant for life.

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