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    Nyk Logo Curry missing the rest of camp

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    I recall Curry's first season with the Knicks when I bashed him all season long.....b/c he was a High School "Project-Player" with no college fundamentals at the center position to be in the pros. Curry had look like he needed 2 to 4 years of Georgetown coach John Thompson tuteledge. Headcoach Larry Brown & Assistant coach Mark Aquire found a great sheme on how to use Curry in a rotation on the offensive end of the court by showing Curry how to position him self down-low on the left side and the right side within a 12 second time with his back against the basket.

    When Larry Brown got Fired.....headcoach Isiah Thomas was clueless and uncreative on how to use Curry so he used the same exact scheme Larry Brown used "throw the ball down-low to Curry", but the problem was Isiah used the scheme of "throw the ball down-low" 70% on offense throughout the entire 82 game season without teaching Curry how to kick the ball back out to his teammates, where Curry got double and tripple team and still forced the shot.
    Eddy Curry & David Lee's rebounding in 2006-7 season had the Knicks with a record of 29-34, Lee did a great job at switching with Curry to man the center position to grab the defensive-rebound before catching a season injury.
    Curry was never taught how to position himself for the rebound in the NBA, and needed a bigman coach on the Knicks staff other than Mark Aquire to do something about that weakness.

    In the 2007-8 season with Zach Randolph refusing to go with the "throw the ball down-low to Eddy Curry", and Jamal Crawford assisting Zach by refusing to throw the ball down-low to Curry", headcoach Isiah Thomas let Crawford, Q.Richardson, and Zach Randolph do whatever they wanted on the court the rest of the season by giving each of them 35 mpg in a losing season. Isiah went all out offering Zach Randolph in a trade for whatever on the trade deadline, the Bucks was interested but turned down the offer at the last day of the deadline.

    Coach Dantoni was indirectly called a fool publically by Orlando Magic Headcoach Stan Van Gundy last season for not wanting Patrick Ewing on his coaching staff. Stan Van Gundy got very emotional and said some mean stuff about the Knick organization and its handicaps, but it all centered on coach Dantoni being clueless of training a center and defense into his open court system. Not taking advantage of hiring Patrick Ewing to take care of the Curry, Zach, Lee, and Chandler situation to add Defense/Offense and a hard work ethic within the Knicks frontcourt for these players "PEED" headcoach SVG off last season.

    And everyone who been hoping that Curry come in this training-camp healthy and ready to raise his trade value up so the Knicks could receive something decent in return by trading his upcoming expiring contract by the deadline need to know the Knicks dont have a coach on the bench for Eddy Curry. b/c if Patrick Ewing was an assistant coach for the Knicks the media & fans would make him sole responsible for Curry being the outstanding player in this training-camp.

    Being that the owner of the Knicks also own the Newsday Papers, I became very incline to believe half of the stuff writer Alan Hahn writes about the Knicks and sell to other writers.

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    So its Mike Dantoni's fault Curry was ridiculously overweight and injured all last season?

    Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight

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    I dont get it, Curry did come into camp with weight loss, and worked out to improve his health. This injury could just be an injury for once. Who knows, I just think its bad luck.

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
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    I recall Curry's first season with the Knicks when I bashed him all season long.....b/c he was a High School "Project-Player" with no college fundamentals at the center position to be in the pros. Curry had look like he needed 2 to 4 years of Georgetown coach John Thompson tuteledge. Headcoach Larry Brown & Assistant coach Mark Aquire found a great sheme on how to use Curry in a rotation on the offensive end of the court by showing Curry how to position him self down-low on the left side and the right side within a 12 second time with his back against the basket.

    When Larry Brown got Fired.....headcoach Isiah Thomas was clueless and uncreative on how to use Curry so he used the same exact scheme Larry Brown used "throw the ball down-low to Curry", but the problem was Isiah used the scheme of "throw the ball down-low" 70% on offense throughout the entire 82 game season without teaching Curry how to kick the ball back out to his teammates, where Curry got double and tripple team and still forced the shot.
    Eddy Curry & David Lee's rebounding in 2006-7 season had the Knicks with a record of 29-34, Lee did a great job at switching with Curry to man the center position to grab the defensive-rebound before catching a season injury.
    Curry was never taught how to position himself for the rebound in the NBA, and needed a bigman coach on the Knicks staff other than Mark Aquire to do something about that weakness.

    In the 2007-8 season with Zach Randolph refusing to go with the "throw the ball down-low to Eddy Curry", and Jamal Crawford assisting Zach by refusing to throw the ball down-low to Curry", headcoach Isiah Thomas let Crawford, Q.Richardson, and Zach Randolph do whatever they wanted on the court the rest of the season by giving each of them 35 mpg in a losing season. Isiah went all out offering Zach Randolph in a trade for whatever on the trade deadline, the Bucks was interested but turned down the offer at the last day of the deadline.

    Coach Dantoni was indirectly called a fool publically by Orlando Magic Headcoach Stan Van Gundy last season for not wanting Patrick Ewing on his coaching staff. Stan Van Gundy got very emotional and said some mean stuff about the Knick organization and its handicaps, but it all centered on coach Dantoni being clueless of training a center and defense into his open court system. Not taking advantage of hiring Patrick Ewing to take care of the Curry, Zach, Lee, and Chandler situation to add Defense/Offense and a hard work ethic within the Knicks frontcourt for these players "PEED" headcoach SVG off last season.

    And everyone who been hoping that Curry come in this training-camp healthy and ready to raise his trade value up so the Knicks could receive something decent in return by trading his upcoming expiring contract by the deadline need to know the Knicks dont have a coach on the bench for Eddy Curry. b/c if Patrick Ewing was an assistant coach for the Knicks the media & fans would make him sole responsible for Curry being the outstanding player in this training-camp.

    Being that the owner of the Knicks also own the Newsday Papers, I became very incline to believe half of the stuff writer Alan Hahn writes about the Knicks and sell to other writers.
    Jesus ****ing H Christ.

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    Rady, please hire an editor to proofread Kiya's posts so we can understand what the **** he's trying to say!!!

    Curry hurt first week of camp... EXPECTED.

    Curry hurt first week of season... you can put your money on that one also.

    Curry being the same weak rebounder, no defense and negative PER waste of space... you're a fool if you think otherwise.

    Being stuck with the 7foot, 300pound storage drum of processed big macs until 2011... dont know how the hell we'll avoid that one.

    Dirk, where are you when news of your boy Curry pop up? Please bestow one of your Curry put downs on us ASAP cause I just cant stand having this piece of junk on our roster anymore.

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    Originally Posted by portega1968
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    Being stuck with the 7foot, 300pound storage drum of processed big macs until 2011... dont know how the hell we'll avoid that one.
    a couple of mis-statements in your post

    number one:
    300lbs... we'll never see wide-load nearto 300... maybe it was a typo, and u meant to say 400lbs...

    number two:
    his choice in burgers is the 'whopper'

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    Surprise, surprise...NOT. Come on this guy is beyond getting back into shape. He has so much weight and health issues it's not even funny. Curry is not going to be good to go by the start of the season. Seriously why don't we just buy him out and let him be on his merry way. Honestly who is going to take him?...no one will.

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    If Curry continues to pull these kind of stunts towards the end of the regular season they definitely need to buy out the remaining year of his contract and ship him off the team.He is slowly becoming the worst player in the entire history of the Knicks and he's ruining our rebuilding plan.Trading multiple draft picks for a lazy, passionless and overweight head case that had a contract of more than 6 years is almost as bad of a move as drafting Sam Bowie over Michael Jordan.

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    Originally Posted by paris401
    a couple of mis-statements in your post

    number one:
    300lbs... we'll never see wide-load nearto 300... maybe it was a typo, and u meant to say 400lbs...

    number two:
    his choice in burgers is the 'whopper'
    you forgot that he's really 6'11", jajajaja

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    Curry hurt again...

    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    Coach Dantoni was indirectly called a fool publically by Orlando Magic Headcoach Stan Van Gundy last season for not wanting Patrick Ewing on his coaching staff. Stan Van Gundy got very emotional and said some mean stuff about the Knick organization and its handicaps, but it all centered on coach Dantoni being clueless of training a center and defense into his open court system. Not taking advantage of hiring Patrick Ewing to take care of the Curry, Zach, Lee, and Chandler situation to add Defense/Offense and a hard work ethic within the Knicks frontcourt for these players "PEED" headcoach SVG off last season.

    Say what?

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    Alan Hahn doesn't realy know what the expectation is of Curry being missed. That injury doesn't take 3-5 days...more likely 2 or 3 weeks.

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