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    Originally Posted by _______√ictory_______
    end this abomination all ready.cut this ghost yo.this **** is ridiculous.
    he's played 89 games in 4 seasons. seriously, WTF?
    He really played a total of 89 games! That is more than I wouldve ever thought!

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    Originally Posted by New New York
    He really played a total of 89 games! That is more than I wouldve ever thought!
    Yeah, I think it's more like 89 minutes in 4 seasons.

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    Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay
    Yeah, I think it's more like 89 minutes in 4 seasons.

    That's probably more accurate

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    The NYK should cut their losses and open up a roster spot. I' sure Jerome would appreciate this and just retire. Don't see any team giving him a miimum vet salary at all. He is not healthy.

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    he mite be bought out, but he ain't retiring... not with 6+ mill on the table for next year.

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    he could get forced into a medical retirement which would be great....

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    Originally Posted by DaTPRiNCE
    he could get forced into a medical retirement which would be great....
    My god that would be great!

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    http://knicks.realgm.com/articles/33/20090119/the_knicks/_$2.5m_per_hour_man/


    Authored by Christopher Reina - January 19, 2009 - 4:46 pm

    Here are a few creative accounting ways in how that $29M played out on the floor, assuming he indeed doesn't return in 09-10:

    $2,507,204.61 per hour on the floor

    $325,842.70 per game played

    $130,044.84 per point scored

    $177,914.11 per rebound

    $743,589.74 per blocked shot

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    Originally Posted by DaTPRiNCE
    he could get forced into a medical retirement which would be great....
    By forced, do you mean one of us should break his leg?

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    Originally Posted by SLY1984
    By forced, do you mean one of us should break his leg?
    burger-king appears tobe a mellow-fellow, but if i was attempting to do him bodily harm, i'd have a large gun.... a very large gun...

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    He should retire

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    Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay
    http://knicks.realgm.com/articles/33/20090119/the_knicks/_$2.5m_per_hour_man/


    Authored by Christopher Reina - January 19, 2009 - 4:46 pm

    Here are a few creative accounting ways in how that $29M played out on the floor, assuming he indeed doesn't return in 09-10:

    $2,507,204.61 per hour on the floor

    $325,842.70 per game played

    $130,044.84 per point scored

    $177,914.11 per rebound

    $743,589.74 per blocked shot
    LJ, you forgot to mention that the cash being mentioned is in burger king coupons.

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    Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay
    http://knicks.realgm.com/articles/33/20090119/the_knicks/_$2.5m_per_hour_man/


    Authored by Christopher Reina - January 19, 2009 - 4:46 pm

    Here are a few creative accounting ways in how that $29M played out on the floor, assuming he indeed doesn't return in 09-10:

    $2,507,204.61 per hour on the floor

    $325,842.70 per game played

    $130,044.84 per point scored

    $177,914.11 per rebound

    $743,589.74 per blocked shot

    really impressive

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    Guess our championship ambitions are cut short...

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    Default Jerome James vs David Lee

    Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay

    Here are a few creative accounting ways in how that $29M played out on the floor, assuming he indeed doesn't return in 09-10:

    $2,507,204.61 per hour on the floor
    $325,842.70 per game played
    $130,044.84 per point scored
    $177,914.11 per rebound
    $743,589.74 per blocked shot

    DAVID LEE $/stats - (not counting rest of 2009)

    SALARY
    2005/2006 - $ 861,360
    2006/2007 - $ 926,040
    2007/2008 - $ 990,600
    2008/2009 - $1,788,033

    Total = $4,566,033

    STATS
    6610 minutes = $690/minute
    2082 rebounds = $2193/rebound
    2451 points = $1862/point

    Looking at it that way, I'd say trade David Lee! not.

    So Jerome James makes more in 1 year than David Lee has made
    his whole New York career, and now we can't afford to pay the man when his time has come to get paid? Staph Mebury gets $21Mill to NOT PLAY.

    what does that tell you about James Dolan and the Knicks organization?

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