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    Originally Posted by Paul1355
    so losing 65 pounds is showing no effort?
    Wow, a professional athlete isn't that morbidly obese anymore...

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    Originally Posted by Paul1355
    so losing 65 pounds is showing no effort?
    he's getting paid 10m $$$... how much u suggest we pay him to ensure when he arrives in camp he is somewhat in shape???

    is it 12/14/16/20m??? how much???

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    Paul you freak me the hell out.

    How can you even have sympathy for Duhon oR Curry? Especially Curry who cost us a future, cap space and a winning team.

    These two men will forever be known as men who plagued the Knicks, along with legends like Jamal Crawford, Steve Francis, Zach Randolph.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Paul you freak me the hell out.

    How can you even have sympathy for Duhon oR Curry? Especially Curry who cost us a future, cap space and a winning team.

    These two men will forever be known as men who plagued the Knicks, along with legends like Jamal Crawford, Steve Francis, Zach Randolph.
    Don't forget Marbury when you mention players who set the Knicks back years. We still haven't completed paid off the Marbury trade.

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    Originally Posted by GetRealistic
    Don't forget Marbury when you mention players who set the Knicks back years. We still haven't completed paid off the Marbury trade.
    true..true... but if u look at starbury last year when he arrived in camp, he was ready to rock n roll... now ofcourse he was being paid 20m (Plus), so maybe the fat-fuk feels unpaid at 10m, hence his lack of conditioning...

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    Originally Posted by GetRealistic
    Don't forget Marbury when you mention players who set the Knicks back years. We still haven't completed paid off the Marbury trade.
    Marbury was denied by the Knicks.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Marbury was denied by the Knicks.
    true...true... my point was when he arrived at training camp, he was in top condition... now whether or not he was treated fair/unfair ....

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    Originally Posted by paris401
    sure it is.... he is a fat-fuk... he is getting paid 10m this year, to play ball, not to sit at a booth in mickey d's , eating big mac's... he did not create all the $hit around him, but i ain't giving him a pass on his weight... and his lack of effort..
    So damn stupid

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    All of the Curry stuff is just. It's not like there are all that many bright spots for the Knicks this season. Curry getting back to where he should be after personal trials beyond belief is a good story.

    Metro I really don't get why you hate the guy so much while you make excuse after excuse for Marbury. There's enough of Marbury's semen in your stomach to birth a nation. Hell you spent the last three seasons defending his incompetence. There's plenty of fault to go around, so we can keep looking backward or start looking forward.

    Best case scenario is we trade Curry for an expiring contract or a player of some kind of value. But not recognizing effort is stupid.

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    Originally Posted by donchris
    Metro There's enough of Marbury's semen in your stomach to birth a nation. .

    OUCH......

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    Originally Posted by donchris
    All of the Curry stuff is just. It's not like there are all that many bright spots for the Knicks this season. Curry getting back to where he should be after personal trials beyond belief is a good story.

    Metro I really don't get why you hate the guy so much while you make excuse after excuse for Marbury. There's enough of Marbury's semen in your stomach to birth a nation. Hell you spent the last three seasons defending his incompetence. There's plenty of fault to go around, so we can keep looking backward or start looking forward.

    Best case scenario is we trade Curry for an expiring contract or a player of some kind of value. But not recognizing effort is stupid.


    Marbury led the Knicks to the playoffs, and came conditioned and ready to play every season....Marbury is the most productive PG since Clyde Frazier, and 2nd best PG in Knicks history....honestly, if it wasn't for Dolan's lame regime, Marbury's number could of been retired.

    Curry led to the loss of Joakim Noah, LeMarcus Aldrige, and many other first rounders, and a draft pick(isn't the 2010 pick from the Curry deal??)
    Curry is one of the worst centers in Knicks history, worst defensively...passing...turnovers...fouls...just terrible.
    A lazy player with no passion or love for the game...doesn't take his job seriously nor his health. An overrated prospect.
    His size USELESS....
    His strength is his agility.
    He's not powerful.
    When you're 6"11 and over 300 pounds...you have to utilize your strength.
    Curry is MAD FINNESE.

    Marbury would destroy Curry one on one.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Marbury led the Knicks to the playoffs, and came conditioned and ready to play every season....Marbury is the most productive PG since Clyde Frazier, and 2nd best PG in Knicks history....honestly, if it wasn't for Dolan's lame regime, Marbury's number could of been retired.

    Curry led to the loss of Joakim Noah, LeMarcus Aldrige, and many other first rounders, and a draft pick(isn't the 2010 pick from the Curry deal??)
    Curry is one of the worst centers in Knicks history, worst defensively...passing...turnovers...fouls...just terrible.
    A lazy player with no passion or love for the game...doesn't take his job seriously nor his health. An overrated prospect.
    His size USELESS....
    His strength is his agility.
    He's not powerful.
    When you're 6"11 and over 300 pounds...you have to utilize your strength.
    Curry is MAD FINNESE.

    Marbury would destroy Curry one on one.
    2010 pick is from the Marbury Deal

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Marbury led the Knicks to the playoffs, and came conditioned and ready to play every season....Marbury is the most productive PG since Clyde Frazier, and 2nd best PG in Knicks history....honestly, if it wasn't for Dolan's lame regime, Marbury's number could of been retired.

    Curry led to the loss of Joakim Noah, LeMarcus Aldrige, and many other first rounders, and a draft pick(isn't the 2010 pick from the Curry deal??)
    Curry is one of the worst centers in Knicks history, worst defensively...passing...turnovers...fouls...just terrible.
    A lazy player with no passion or love for the game...doesn't take his job seriously nor his health. An overrated prospect.
    His size USELESS....
    His strength is his agility.
    He's not powerful.
    When you're 6"11 and over 300 pounds...you have to utilize your strength.
    Curry is MAD FINNESE.

    Marbury would destroy Curry one on one.
    Still defending Marbury? So sad.....
    I can't defend Curry. He is clearly an underachieving center. But let's give credit where it's due. The mother of his first child and his youngest kid were murdered. If that **** happened to Marbury you would have shown up to the ****ing funeral wearing a mourning hat with 6 dozen white roses. Cut the guy a break. So he got fat and threw away a season. It's ****ed up but under the circumstances I think it's understandable. Now he has lost weight and is making an effort but that's not good enough. Curry and Lee can be a serious inside tandem if Curry can get it and keep it together.

    It seems that D'Antoni is starting to understand that you can't win games when the entire team jacks up shots like there's no tomorrow and no one, aside from Curry and Harrington even make an attempt to get inside. I'm all for trading Curry at this point, but we need someone that can get inside, rebound and block shots as his replacement.

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    remembering how many first round picks we've lost, and are about to lose, makes my hatred for isiah thomas grow even more, if thts possible

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    LMAO does that mean D'Antoni is starting to realize he si a coach with a bad innate strategy. I think if we had the Rockets team without Yao and Tracy we could do great with this system....they have pure 3pt shooters at almost every position.

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