will dino be playin in the olympics???
BITCH, that's ya name son, aight, try to remember that, faggot... Now you and NYKNICKS15 are both idiots... You say you did research and you are telling people do their research yadda yadda, BS, what research have you guys done? As I stated b4, but NYKNICKS15 foolazz goes and deletes it, all the research you guys could have done, was the same research any real knick fan has most likely already done. Going to multiple draft sites, international boards youtube and seeing what this guy is about. And if you punks were honest with yourselves, instead of being Knick nuthuggers, then you would see this guy is Adam Morrison, this guy is JJ Redick, this guy is any number of guys who came out of college and had intensity and could shoot, and do a little dribbling... but that's it. Reggie Miller was a great shooter, but if he couldn't run off a pick to get open and get his shot, then he would have been an average Joe.
Fact is, The guy is a project, maybe he'll be good, most likely he'll be average. My main point, which you BIG **** lovers, are refusing to see, is that the Knicks could have gotten Augustine or Bayless, who, inthe weak ass eastern division, could have helped the Knicks starting now and continuing next year when Marbury is gone. & I truly believe that Augustine will be a very very good pg in less than 3 years top 5 in terms of shooting and distributing the ball.
Rooster is the exactly translation of Gallo in Italian language, in Italy we call him Gallo directly from his last name Gallinari.
2nd Trust me, he should be the right solution for the Knicks, because he's a smart player but he is also humble and a great worker, he is able to find the solution to make point or to find the best team mate with an assistance. He have a good ball handling and a strong defense, he is also a good blocker.
I followed him for the last two years, it is a good business for NY.
Honestly I"m not really sure either way on this pick. On one hand i've never seen him play in an actually game so just for that i'm skeptical. Some of the analyst say good things about him and some say bad, which is true for basically every player in the draft.
He's young and from the tapes he atleast seems to have alot of positive things. I don't think you can teach lateral quickness but you can deffinately teach defense, he may never be a lockdown defender but if he can be an average defender and a good offensive player you can live with that.
I personally wanted Russell Westbrook or Joe Alexander, but westbrook was gone and it seemed like the Knicks since day one wanted Gallinari.
My biggest problem with the pick is the massive glut at small forward we have.
Hopefully we'd be able to work some sort of package and add a veteren PG or a shot blocker but unfortunately we all know the Knicks have no assets and this most likely will be the opening night roster.
At this point i'm neither really high or really low on this pick. I'd like to atleast see him play a few times before making a decision
Also BITCH, Perennial all star would mean that somebody would have had to make it AT LEAST once... you ****in jerkoff, hedu turkoglu is a good player, that took 6 years to become good on a team that didn't even draft him. Also, he wasn't the 6th overall pick in the draft... BITCH
Augustin will be good, but your bitchass doesn't know anything about Gallinari, he's far from a "project", he's a proven player.
It take most lottery picks 3-5 years to become an all star. Gallinari will reach that level because his box of skills, talent, work ethic and feel for the game. Nothing will stop this kid from reaching greatness.
Gordon will never be an all star in this league, turnover prone and a chucker.
Bayless will be a scorer, a brolic Tony Parker, potential all star.
Augustin could average 18 and 10 sometime in his career, especially since Brown loves him more than Felton,
Danilo is a potential
5 assist guy
with 49% FG
He could even get better than that too.
I think Danilo Gallinari is gonna be a good player. However, this is what I have wrong with the pick.
1) Donnie Walsh and Mike D'Antoni took absolutely no consideration into the fact that the Knicks have major defensive struggles.
2)The Knicks will most likely never give Wilson Chandler the opportunity he deserves to prove his offensive and defensive talent that he showed last year.
3) If Walsh and D'Antoni were dying so much for a Small Forward/Power Forward, why didn't they just take Anthony Randolph? The guy averages over 15 points per game, 8.5 rebounds, 1 steal, and 2.3 blocks. At the very least, Randolph would've gave the Knicks defense.
4) Why didn't they get a point guard or a center? The Knicks needed a point guard that could eventually replace Marbury, when his contract expires in 2009. The Knicks need a center that could replace Eddy Curry, because Curry is one of the biggest liabilities(the biggest liability in my opinion) on this team.
Randolph would of been a pretty bad pick considering he's 197 lbs and 6"11. He turned the ball over 3 times a game and only averaged 15 ppg on a very bad team. He's a tweener, so I'm glad we passed.
the itallian stallion has just arrived...ready to cheer for that dude... Looks like Jared is on he's way out....
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I can't judge right now, but it seems the Italian connection
had something to do with it.
Papa ****: Hello D'antoni, this is Papa ****. You take-a my son inna da draft, and we no hurta you wife and kids...
D'ant: Hey Papa ****, we love Danilo, no problemo, you no hurta my family, I drafta you kid, we have'a da lunch tomorrow in Little Italy
Walsh: happy funtime!
Big **** in NYC! woo hoo!
At first i was very angry, but the pain settled in later. Donnie Walsh said in an interview how he drafted a player in Indiana and the whole crowd booed but that player ended up being rookie of the year. I just really hope we can get some defense *ehem* trading with sacremento for patrick ewing jr doesnt sound like a bad idea!!!