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    Default The Official Trade David Lee and Put Gallinari at Power Forward Thread

    smh @ lee stans catching feelings

    Lees gotta go...we coulda had mayo if it wasnt for his b!tch ass opening his mouth. I would be happy with mayo and galinari but we didnt address our defensive problems. Lee is a B!tch and i think we should trade him and crawford for a 2 way shooting guard (one who can defend and score).




    **** outta here Lee



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    Hells Yeah. Danilo and Chandler. With King James in a fewe years.

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    are you retarded?
    david lee, jamal crawford and nate robinson are the only people on the knicks that actually try to do well

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    Yeah you can try but that doesn't make you a better all around basketball player. Trade Lee when his value is high. He will want a ton of money in 2 years when he is a FA. So you mines as well get a draft pick for him. I am a huge Nate fan and f#ck Crawford.
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    Originally Posted by TheBig****
    Yeah you can try but that doesn't make you a better all around basketball player. Trade Lee when his value is high. He will want a ton of money in 2 years when he is a FA. So you mines as well get a draft pick for him. I am a huge Nate fan and **** Crawford.
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    Thanks metrocard I have been reading the forums for a while now and I signed up this morning. So I know which buttons to push. I meant what I said Crawford sucks.

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    Originally Posted by TheBig****
    Thanks metrocard I have been reading the forums for a while now and I signed up this morning. So I know which buttons to push. I meant what I said Crawford sucks.
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    First of all, based on what I've learned regarding trades especially the big trades or the crucial rebuilding trades over the past couple of years, I think we really can't blame David Lee for saying such words (if he really did say so). When those kind of deals/talks get serious, the team usually inquires or tries to get assurances from the player they intend to build on or at least retain in the long term of his intentions upon free agency. And the player/s will eventually have to tell them their intentions out of courtesy and professionalism. With that being said though, Lee can't blame us fans too for putting some hate on him. That move alone made a big impact on our future. You start to think that Lee is getting to the phase in his career where he's gunning for the big bucks and the long term deals, and not necessarily to stay in New York. And when that happens, then really have to move on without him.

    Oh well now that it's all done, I'm not really gonna jump the gun and say that he NOW should definitely be traded. I'd still try to trade either Randolph or Curry first. But getting back picks or cap space for Lee would certainly be nice as well.

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    Originally Posted by GetRealistic
    MSG you gotta stop with the !! instead of just spelling out the words. Just spell it out, not like anything is really being moderated anyway. Also enough with the No homo stuff. Move on.

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    Originally Posted by lanceroy
    First of all, based on what I've learned regarding trades especially the big trades or the crucial rebuilding trades over the past couple of years, I think we really can't blame David Lee for saying such words (if he really did say so). When those kind of deals/talks get serious, the team usually inquires or tries to get assurances from the player they intend to build on or at least retain in the long term of his intentions upon free agency. And the player/s will eventually have to tell them their intentions out of courtesy and professionalism. With that being said though, Lee can't blame us fans too for putting some hate on him. That move alone made a big impact on our future. You start to think that Lee is getting to the phase in his career where he's gunning for the big bucks and the long term deals, and not necessarily to stay in New York. And when that happens, then really have to move on without him.

    Oh well now that it's all done, I'm not really gonna jump the gun and say that he NOW should definitely be traded. I'd still try to trade either Randolph or Curry first. But getting back picks or cap space for Lee would certainly be nice as well.
    I would too but Lee is overrated. If we find the right white gm we can steal a draft pick or a young talented player. I think we should definitly look to trade lee this summer...more because of his value then him saying he doesnt want to be traded...but im not happy about that after realizing we couldve had oj mayo. I dont blame him for saying what he said but his timing was bad. Your suppose to say that after you get traded when your a role player.

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    I would too but Lee is overrated. If we find the right white gm we can steal a draft pick or a young talented player. I think we should definitly look to trade lee this summer...more because of his value then him saying he doesnt want to be traded...but im not happy about that after realizing we couldve had oj mayo. I dont blame him for saying what he said but his timing was bad. Your suppose to say that after you get traded when your a role player.
    You are right on the money. It did just dawn to me that now would be the perfect time to trade him, while he has decent value. I just hope we either get picks (high 1st rounders of course), or a young promising star. Now that most every great prospect seems locked in with their current teams in this draft, all we can do is prepare and hope for the best with next year's draft.

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    Originally Posted by bboycustom92
    are you retarded?
    david lee, jamal crawford and nate robinson are the only people on the knicks that actually try to do well
    I think Lee should get traded. His agent did say that he feels Lee should be making 13 million a year(it's on nydailynews.com) and he doesn't deserve all that money. If we can include a big contract with Lee, so that we can gain capspace, I would do it. I like Lee, but I'm not gonna say he's untouchable. Nobody on the Knicks is untouchable, because everyone on the Knicks has flaws, to say the least.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    I think Lee should get traded. His agent did say that he feels Lee should be making 13 million a year(it's on nydailynews.com) and he doesn't deserve all that money. If we can include a big contract with Lee, so that we can gain capspace, I would do it. I like Lee, but I'm not gonna say he's untouchable. Nobody on the Knicks is untouchable, because everyone on the Knicks has flaws, to say the least.
    This is the best post I've read in a few weeks and so true. D. Lee's agent insured that he would be traded with that ridiculous comment. Charles Barkley would be turning in his grave right now.

    I also agree that based on Lee's ability he should not be traded. He's the kind of player a team needs, which makes me wonder even more about the D'Antoni system. Where's the defense? If this doesn't work out in 09 I'm changing my sig to 'Remember Tommy T?' in all caps... Fiscally D. Lee wants an extension and more cash and it aint going to happen! I'd keep Roses contract which is expires this season and trade Lee with Curry or Richardson.

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    Originally Posted by donchris
    This is the best post I've read in a few weeks and so true. D. Lee's agent insured that he would be traded with that ridiculous comment. Charles Barkley would be turning in his grave right now.

    I also agree that based on Lee's ability he should not be traded. He's the kind of player a team needs, which makes me wonder even more about the D'Antoni system. Where's the defense? If this doesn't work out in 09 I'm changing my sig to 'Remember Tommy T?' in all caps... Fiscally D. Lee wants an extension and more cash and it aint going to happen! I'd keep Roses contract which is expires this season and trade Lee with Curry or Richardson.
    For the most part im on the same page as both of you....I think it makes sense to shop lee right now. We should look to rob a team. Chicago raped Isiah..now its our turn to rape someone else. It doesnt even have to be a rape, if we dump off curry, randolph, or richardsons contract along with lee and get value in return..maybe a draft pick then it makes sense.

    I cant jump on donnie yet for not addressing the issue of this team needing more defense especially in the low post but its definitly a concern of mine. Steve Kerr asked Dantoni to coach more defense and dantoni left the suns. He seemed offended when asked about hiring an assistant coach to teach some defense in new york. I love what he does with players on offense but we need defense to make us a serious contender and i hope they keep that in mind as they rebuild the team.

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    Coaching the Knicks could ruin D'Antoni's career if he doesn't turn things around. Honestly, so far, the moves look like Isiah moves to me. The are flashy and don't seem to address the needs of the team.

    You guys are fooling your selves if you think Randolph is useless. He was our best player last season and should start as center. Curry's out, trade him with Lee. (I've only posted that statement three times now) Gallinari should fit in well with the Knicks. I'd like to see him play along side Chandler. We should have a nice squad next season. Can't wait to see what the do in summer league!

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