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    paul does...

    I'm sure he'd take a team like this:

    C Eddy Curry
    PF Zach Randolph
    SF Rickey Davis
    SG Jamal Crawford
    PG AI

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Paul, do you like losing?

    Crawford has never been on a .500 team in his career.
    Crawford has the worst winning percentage than any other player in the NBA right now.

    Do you think things will change after 7 years?
    Especially with a roster with no superstars or all stars?

    What is the point of starting a loser who constantly overdribbles and takes terrible shots?

    D'Antoni's system is pick and roll, full court basketball, simple quick dribbling.

    Crawford is half retarded with the pick and roll, he's not that fast dribbling, he's more into flash than going up the court full speed.

    Crawford is a 39% FG shooter...dropping him would give Chandler, Lee, Houston, Robinson, Marbury, Gallinari much more shot attempts, all these men shoot a higher % than Crawford.
    Thats a positive.

    Everything I say has a background of history with validity, supported by stats and past games we've seen Houston succeeded in and Crawford failed in.

    Crawford could take more shot attempts and cross more people over, but does that equate to wins or taking the leadership role and teaching our young players the NBA game?

    Houston could teach, not only produce...Crawford is still a child in his mind, I don't want that in the locker room.
    As I said before...I'm not against having Houston on the team. I agree he can teach our players how to play the game better. If healthy, can be a solid bench player. On the defensive side, however, he might not help.

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    Originally Posted by jpz17
    paul does...

    I'm sure he'd take a team like this:

    C Eddy Curry
    PF Zach Randolph
    SF Rickey Davis
    SG Jamal Crawford
    PG AI
    Nah you don't know me well enough lol.

    Curry i think has potential but he is a lazy sack of lard. Here's my lineup with these guys now at the first game that I'd put....

    C-Zach Randolph
    PF-David Lee
    SF-Wilson Chandler
    SG-Crawford
    PG-Marbury

    Honestly....no one is impressive enough to change any of those guys around. If you think Houston can be an effective starter coming off of retirement....be my guest...i feel he should not start right away and play as a role player for offensive purposes. And the frontcourt is weak defensively but so is Curry and Jeffries at C. With Lee and Randolph down low....expect a lot of rebounds.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard

    Houston would fit better in the system.

    I'm not asking Houston to lead the team in points, but he's very well capable of averaging 12 points on 40% shooting.

    Lee is a 5 in D'Antoni System, since Amare is also 6"9.

    Lee can pass, shoot a high percentage, rebound with the best and is crafty offensively in the post.

    this is my prediction

    Houston = 12 ppg 40% 3pt



    Stupid **** like this is why we call him metrotard.

    Despite his head being emptier than Eddy Curry's dinner plate, ya gotta love the guy.


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    put son of ewings in ceter instead of fat cury let cury be the obne who hand out towl and gatorade or wipe floor with brush after water spil or some pklayer fall on beskeball court

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    i love how we are resigning another overrated player to complement this cast of overrated players.

    KNICKS MGMT IS SMART

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    And also can ligaments heal themselves...Ask any football player with bone on bone situation like Curtis Martin

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    Please come back, H20.

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    Originally Posted by RunningJumper
    Please come back, H20.
    yea as our new GM in a couple of years in a suit and tie

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    Originally Posted by Paul1355
    yea as our new GM in a couple of years in a suit and tie
    Because our current players are so much better.......

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