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    Default Wilson Chandler Couldn't Defend If He Had Nukes

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    Guy can't stay in front of any guy to save his life, and thinks that grabbing at their gut after they've blown by him for an easy layup is a good thing to do, even though it gives them a freethrow...

    Guy is pissing me off.

    Also, **** you Al Harrington and Jared Jeffries. Two easy layups. Two EASY ****ING WIDE OPEN Layups.

    3-on-1 and Jared "Stone Hands" Jeffries can't hold onto the ball.

    Atlanta plays defense like us for one possession and just lets Al through like he is on there team, and the ball comes flying out of his hand even though no one was there and no one even tried to interfere.

    **** you guys, I'm going home.

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    Originally Posted by TunerAddict
    Discuss.

    Guy can't stay in front of any guy to save his life, and thinks that grabbing at their gut after they've blown by him for an easy layup is a good thing to do, even though it gives them a freethrow...

    Guy is pissing me off.

    Also, **** you Al Harrington and Jared Jeffries. Two easy layups. Two EASY ****ING WIDE OPEN Layups.

    3-on-1 and Jared "Stone Hands" Jeffries can't hold onto the ball.

    Atlanta plays defense like us for one possession and just lets Al through like he is on there team, and the ball comes flying out of his hand even though no one was there and no one even tried to interfere.

    **** you guys, I'm going home.
    The Jeffries play was horrible and embarissing and Harrington missing a wide open dunk was almost as bad.

    Look these are guys with very low IQ's.

    Our team suffers from having stupid players, honestly.

    The only smart players on the court are Douglas, Hughes, Gallinari, and sometimes Darko...thats it!!

    Everybody else on this team makes bone head plays everyday that makes me shake my head. We don't have intelligent basketball players and that's what I hope Donnie Walsh looks for in 2010.

    Watch the Knicks get Joe Johnson and a forward like Bosh or Amare. That is a more likely scenerio than getting Lebron. And Joe Johnson rejected a 60 million dollar deal with the Hawks to come back.

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    Sorry to say it, but Wilson Chandler is extremely overrated. His defense isn't that good, he just gets blocks and steals. His man-to-man defense is average and he has an extremely low b-ball IQ. Offensively, he's inefficient and unaggressive. We should try to trade him while his value is relatively high.

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44
    Sorry to say it, but Wilson Chandler is extremely overrated. His defense isn't that good, he just gets blocks and steals. His man-to-man defense is average and he has an extremely low b-ball IQ. Offensively, he's inefficient and unaggressive. We should try to trade him while his value is relatively high.
    You're right. He's gonna wind up traded and this sig was a waste of my damn time lol.

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    Agreed. You'd think Wilson found pics of Walsh slobbing the knob of a Priest the way he protected him from any trade this past draft/offseason....

    Anybody else just got nervous as fck at the prospect of the Knicks executing a trade?

    I just don't know who we will get. The PGs we wanted to trade for -- GOT traded, no? Thus making it much more likely that the teams they are NOW on will WANT to keep them and/or demand more in return....

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    I'm not nervous for trades...Its not like we could get any worse...

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    why do we keep saying chandler is over rated

    he was a low first round pick he is 21 and he is putting up numbers like most low first round 21 year olds. what more do you want from him

    if he wasnt expected to do so much we would say yeah great role player. but ewe coin him off as being the up and comer, dudes technically in his second season and no one ever said he was going to be an all star, but people on this site.

    so one question

    who is over rating chandler ?

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    Originally Posted by DontForgetDerekHarper
    why do we keep saying chandler is over rated

    he was a low first round pick he is 21 and he is putting up numbers like most low first round 21 year olds. what more do you want from him

    if he wasnt expected to do so much we would say yeah great role player. but ewe coin him off as being the up and comer, dudes technically in his second season and no one ever said he was going to be an all star, but people on this site.

    so one question

    who is over rating chandler ?
    Fans/MSG network...

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    yeah i knew the answer lol. It was rhetorical.

    My point is, this guy has never given us reason to give him so much hype. He is a good basketball player. not bad, not great. just good. typical 6 mil a year role player type. He has potential to be more than that, but as of now this is what he is.
    so stop flipping over him.

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    Originally Posted by DontForgetDerekHarper
    yeah i knew the answer lol. It was rhetorical.

    My point is, this guy has never given us reason to give him so much hype. He is a good basketball player. not bad, not great. just good. typical 6 mil a year role player type. He has potential to be more than that, but as of now this is what he is.
    so stop flipping over him.
    6 mil?

    lol u mad son

    he is a bianual exception kinda guy

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    u guys are way off.....just like u were with Isiah Thomas.

    These players are showing u they dont want to play or WIN for "Celebrity Coach Dantoni".
    It must be Dantoni's bad breath or the cologn he's using, but what ever it is it's turning off these Knick players.

    The Knicks out-played and out-performed over the Hawks in each of the first two quarters. But the second half of the game it looked liked the old effortless Isiah Knicks (whom wanted Isiah gone).
    The funny part was Jefferies did not miss an easy layup like he used to do with Isiah, Jefferies missing an easy essential pass that lead into an easy basket.....but Harrington missing an easy dunk was the icing on the cake.
    Harrington's acting job like he was doing everything in his power to win.....need a better acting lessons class....to phony

    Chandler was driving to the hoop, blocking shots, and rebounding in the first half of the Hawks game, which gave the Knicks the largest lead they had this season. He did none of that in the 2nd half...

    do the math

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    u guys are way off.....just like u were with Isiah Thomas.

    These players are showing u they dont want to play or WIN for "Celebrity Coach Dantoni".
    It must be Dantoni's bad breath or the cologn he's using, but what ever it is it's turning off these Knick players.

    The Knicks out-played and out-performed over the Hawks in each of the first two quarters. But the second half of the game it looked liked the old effortless Isiah Knicks (whom wanted Isiah gone).
    The funny part was Jefferies did not miss an easy layup like he used to do with Isiah, Jefferies missing an easy essential pass that lead into an easy basket.....but Harrington missing an easy dunk was the icing on the cake.
    Harrington's acting job like he was doing everything in his power to win.....need a better acting lessons class....to phony

    Chandler was driving to the hoop, blocking shots, and rebounding in the first half of the Hawks game, which gave the Knicks the largest lead they had this season. He did none of that in the 2nd half...

    do the math

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    u guys are way off.....just like u were with Isiah Thomas.

    These players are showing u they dont want to play or WIN for "Celebrity Coach Dantoni".
    It must be Dantoni's bad breath or the cologn he's using, but what ever it is it's turning off these Knick players.

    The Knicks out-played and out-performed over the Hawks in each of the first two quarters. But the second half of the game it looked liked the old effortless Isiah Knicks (whom wanted Isiah gone).
    The funny part was Jefferies did not miss an easy layup like he used to do with Isiah, Jefferies missing an easy essential pass that lead into an easy basket.....but Harrington missing an easy dunk was the icing on the cake.
    Harrington's acting job like he was doing everything in his power to win.....need a better acting lessons class....to phony

    Chandler was driving to the hoop, blocking shots, and rebounding in the first half of the Hawks game, which gave the Knicks the largest lead they had this season. He did none of that in the 2nd half...

    do the math
    All the more reason to get rid of these players.

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    If a player doesn't want to win, then I don't want him.

    Doesn't matter who the coach is. Playing poorly on purpose or not giving your all is NEVER excusable. Any such player doesn't deserve to be in the league.

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    Originally Posted by TunerAddict
    If a player doesn't want to win, then I don't want him.

    Doesn't matter who the coach is. Playing poorly on purpose or not giving your all is NEVER excusable. Any such player doesn't deserve to be in the league.
    If them *****s dont wanna be here then get them out. Donnie should have went after Mark Jackson he was almost the player coach for the Pacers at one point. Why be scared to pull the trigger on bringing in a legend at point guard with tons of knowledge to give any player not to mention that Coach D is not a proven coach. Anyone can win with Marion,Amare,Nash etc. Alvin Gentry is getting it done right now with a **** load less of talent then Danphony had.

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