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    Default Isiah Only Likes Three Players

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    Despite Monday's defiant remarks that he has no plans to leave the Knick bench, the New York Post is reporting that Isiah Thomas actually vented in a conversation to a friend a day later that he is indeed considering stepping away from coaching to concentrate on the team presidency, according to a source.

    In Thomas' conversation with his friend, according to the source, Thomas named only three players whom he likes - David Lee, Nate Robinson and Jamal Crawford.
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    Wow, he's so consistent with who he favors.

    a GM should have ability to foresee players who can attribute winning and players who can attribute losing; unfortunately Isiah is blind and has Curry's **** nuggets inside in his head instead of a brain.

    HAHA, Isiahsexuals RIPPED Larry Brown for ripping our players; but Isiah does the same thing and they don't say ****. Disgusting people. Everything related to Isiah is very disgusting.
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    What does he have against Balkman and just a couple weeks ago Robinson wasnt gettin any playing time.

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    he's such a goddamn tool.

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    if he only likes 3 guys-why would he want to coach this team anyway?

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    Cause Isiah wants money man... being a GM and a coach you probably gettin paid around 5m+.. I am not exactly sure how much Isiaherr makes.

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    when the knicks make a run, it does usually involve those 3 players

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    I respect the fact that he's giving David Lee and Nate Robinson the credit they deserve. But why is he giving credit to Jamal Crawford? He's a good scorer, but he has no consistency,no defense, and a low basketball IQ. For those of you that have only recently seen Crawford play, he has a history of attempting twice as many 3's as free throws. He only SLIGHTLY changed his game under Larry Brown.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    I respect the fact that he's giving David Lee and Nate Robinson the credit they deserve. But why is he giving credit to Jamal Crawford? He's a good scorer, but he has no consistency,no defense, and a low basketball IQ. For those of you that have only recently seen Crawford play, he has a history of attempting twice as many 3's as free throws. He only SLIGHTLY changed his game under Larry Brown.
    Crawford is not a starter and if Isiah cant figure this out then he should not have a job in the NBA, the NCAA, the WNBA, high school, no job at all. Usually coaches bring inconsistent turnover prone one dimensional off the bench but because of Isiahs lack of knowledge Crawford is one of his favorites.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    I respect the fact that he's giving David Lee and Nate Robinson the credit they deserve. But why is he giving credit to Jamal Crawford? He's a good scorer, but he has no consistency,no defense, and a low basketball IQ. For those of you that have only recently seen Crawford play, he has a history of attempting twice as many 3's as free throws. He only SLIGHTLY changed his game under Larry Brown.
    reason he likes Crawford is because he suckz him off all the time...he got his number 11 because of Isiah!

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    Originally Posted by thekidd13
    reason he likes Crawford is because he suckz him off all the time...he got his number 11 because of Isiah!
    Crawford needs to stop sucking up so much. He should know by now that Isiah is two faced. When he first came to New York,he loved Marbury, then he loved Curry,now he loves Crawford.Crawford isn't as safe as he thinks,and Isiah might turn on him and start showing someone else support, and treat him like an outcast.And with his 19ppg average, he isn't safe from being traded either.

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    yea probably...and a former knicks himself said it(Steve Francis)...Crawford is Isiahs pet

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    Crawford is not a starter and if Isiah cant figure this out then he should not have a job in the NBA, the NCAA, the WNBA, high school, no job at all. Usually coaches bring inconsistent turnover prone one dimensional off the bench but because of Isiahs lack of knowledge Crawford is one of his favorites.
    Crawford is a very good scorer so you can't say he isn't a starter. You can look around the league and there are many starting SG that crawford is better than. He certainly lacks defensive awareness and his shots are sometimes questionable, but every game he is the one player that can get us points in a short amount of time. Not many people can guard him one on one and he's an excellent FT shooter.

    All I'm saying is that he is a starter in this league and there would be many teams that would consider him an upgrade to their roster.

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    there are many starting SG that crawford is better than.
    Name them.

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    Originally Posted by nyk_nyk
    Crawford is a very good scorer so you can't say he isn't a starter. You can look around the league and there are many starting SG that crawford is better than. He certainly lacks defensive awareness and his shots are sometimes questionable, but every game he is the one player that can get us points in a short amount of time. Not many people can guard him one on one and he's an excellent FT shooter.

    All I'm saying is that he is a starter in this league and there would be many teams that would consider him an upgrade to their roster.
    Crawford is good enough to start on a team that has defense. But the Knicks have none, so you can't afford to start him, unless you want it to start raining 3's.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Name them.
    Here's your list and I dare you to disagree with this group.

    Sasha Pavlovic (Cavs)
    Quinton Ross (Clips)
    Mike Miller (Griz)
    Rashad McCants (Wolvs)
    Morris Peterson (N.O)
    Maurice Evans (ORL)
    Ronnie Brewer (Jazz)
    Anthony Parker (Tor)

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