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    Default The True Knicks Fans Represent Thread

    We have guys on here hating on Ewing? I repeat, Ewing? Seriously, if you hate on Ewing, you need to GTFO of this forum.

    If you're a fan of a coach, over being a fan of the team, GTFO. If you're a fan of D'Antoni, over our greatest player, ever, GTFO. We actually have people on this forum who didn't even want Pat as an assistant, and insult the man, by saying he's only a “big man's coach.”

    Well, I've worked as an assistant, for PSAL, as well as AAU teams, in addition to playing on various teams, while in high school. Pat, as an assistant, knows everything that the head coach knows, he's not living in some big man bubble, where anything else he hears or sees, for the past five or six years, goes into one ear and out of the other.

    To say something like that is an insult to his intelligence. And, anyone who thinks that is an idiot, a racist (I'd like to see anyone say that about Bird or McHale) or probably both.

    Then, we have the Patrick Ewing, Jr. situation. A few fans were excited about having the kid play for us. Junior would have shown that the team was more than just a jersey, an arena and some colors and slogans, that it's also about history, pride and connections that go beyond the latest fad.

    Those who expressed this love of tradition were told, on this site of mostly morons, that Jr. wasn't good enough, despite evidence to the contrary, and were met with apathy, by people who claim to be Knick fans. Meanwhile, amongst ranks was one tuner addict who feverishly promoted the greatness of Anthony Roberson, a bum whose spot could have gone to Ewing, Jr.

    Personally, I think we're packed with Phoenix suns, D'Antoni, and KKKnicks fans, who got a hard-on at the thought of D'Antoni, a White man, replacing Isiah Thomas, a Black man.

    Isiah's an NBA champion, a 50 greatest player, an all-star, D'Antoni did something in Italy and coached the suns. I think the scales are tipped in Isiah's favor, despite some problems he caused on the Knicks. Isiah actually won games by playing in them. D'Antoni wins games by proxy.

    Oh yeah, and amongst the people D'Antoni couldn't refuse to hire, which could have freed up a spot for Ewing, is Assistant Coach Kenny Atkinson. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Makes sense that Atkinson would be hired over Pat, doesn't it?

    Surprise, surprise, nobody that D'Antoni hires, only one guy he retained: Williams, is of African-American descent.

    Well, I guess, it's like Kate said in his recent retort to an abcd comedy post.... “move on COONS.” Superstar, indeed!


    Here are some comments made in regards to some of our Black players. What? No mention of court vision or high basketball IQ? What? Only mention of athleticism and dunking.


    Take a look at Kate's commentary on monkeys and raccoons, in reference to people of color.

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    <hr size="1"> Quote:
    <dl><dd> <table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="6" cellspacing="0"> <col width="256"> <tbody><tr> <td width="100%"> Originally Posted by abcd


    Broadcast: "It's just in.
    The protein used in the Mateys cereal that CrazyKatie loves to eat contains Mike D'Antoni's sperm."



    Only a fat, gay looking white guy from Japan(CrazyKatie) who has had 3 failed triple bypass surgeries would fall for that.





    </td> </tr> </tbody></table> </dd></dl>More racist copy and pastes from an idiot with nothing better to do. You and your boyfriend are a pair lame jesters. Move on coons.



    Gibbon anyone?


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    <dl><dd> <table width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="6" cellspacing="0"> <col width="256"> <tbody><tr> <td width="100%"> Originally Posted by Paul1355
    It might be a buyout...Marbury part 2...and once again a sad solution.
    </td> </tr> </tbody></table> </dd></dl> Well I'm glad we have a zero tolerance approach to any and all bull**** from players regardless of popularity or price tag. How would you like to watch a millionaire professional act like a gibbon under your roof and rules whilst putting up sub par numbers and revolting against the coach?

    Walsh & D' Antoni have the big picture closing in and don't need distractions from players with personal goals that surpass team ones.

    A buy out btw is highly unlikely really. Unless he becomes a real distraction behind the scenes there can't be much point. Not unless it gets really snakey between N8 and the management.

    Damn.. After all this you've gotta wonder just what's been said and done from both parties. We'll find out once the trade is over and the fat lady (Curry) sings.

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    <hr size="1"> I posted this a while back, it all came true. Not overwhelmingly true, but clearly (in my book) this guy should be shipped for all (hopefully more than) he's worth.

    Hanging on the hoop like a Gibbon isn't a real indicator of his lack of worth, but it's just another bruise on his resume.

    What a tool.




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    <hr size="1"> A rock maybe.



    Take a look at how Jordan Hill's intelligence is questioned (no court vision stuff here).


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    Jordan Hill=Taller Balkman
    <hr size="1">Ok, so I was watching this workout Film of Hill on NBA Draft Express [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] after we drafted him, and I couldnt help but notice how familar he moved with the ball. I knew it wasnt Amare (sorry Phil Webb!) the unorthodox/akwardness but yet somehow controlled style of play looked very familar.

    At first I thought Brian Grant....and that seemed to stick until I watched the video some more and read his scouting report, and realized this dude is Balkman minus the ball handling and the Hustle, but plus some size and a J!

    To Hill's credit, I always thought Balk was just a few iches short from being a real impact type player. To me Balk was not a SF, but too small to be a PF. Now lets look at some of Hill's strengts and see if they don't apply to Balk
    A lot of similarities in that regard! Now lets look at their weaknesses



    <table width="175" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0"><tbody><tr><td width="171">
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171">
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Advanced post moves
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Left hand
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Questionable hands
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Defensive fundamentals
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Foul prone
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Man to man defense
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Average basketball IQ
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Older than class peers
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Passing skills
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Free throw shooting
    </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="171"> - Inconsistent shooter
    </td> </tr> </tbody></table>

    HELL NO man i would hate it if he was like Balkman in any way and I dont think he is at all. The stuff you bolded can be applied to any atheltic big man and balkman never had and still does not have an all around offensive polish, which is one of the things you bolded.

    Just because they both have long braided hair and athletic doesn't mean they are the same.lol
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    Originally Posted by SmittyMcCuff
    His title was "assistant" but he was doing nothing more then helping the bigs... geez

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    <hr size="1"> i dont know about him being assistant coach.....id like him to b a trainer or sumthin....i like jeff for assis. coach


    GIBBONS AND COONS, OH MY, OH MY!

    Written by a true Knickfan Circa 1989, bitch. 33 Forever!
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